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Covering Cakes in Fondant: Round, Square & Shaped
Covering Cakes in Fondant: Round, Square & Shaped
Rachael Teufel
Cover any cake in fondant — no matter the shape!
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Make, color, and flavor your best buttercream yet. Plus, learn to ice cakes with super-smooth sides and razor-sharp edges.
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Join Craftsy expert Rachael Teufel to unlock the magic of smooth, pliable modeling chocolate!
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