How to make a Croc effect on fondant

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    Use the paper to make different sized tubes and stick down with tape. cover your cake first as it is much easier that way!!!!!
    Use the paper tubes to make the pattern in the fondant. Squeeze the tubes to make varying shapes.
    Fill in the spaces using the straw and different sized round piping tubes.
    Lustre powder colours work really well to bring the pattern to life. Or use an airbrush if you have one.
    Add different shades of colour to create depth.

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    1. Milena ❧ 73 months ago | reply

      Amazing! Thanks for sharing!

    2. alwayscake 71 months ago | reply

      wow, thank you for sharing!

    3. torte di nadia 69 months ago | reply

      mille volte grazie!!!!!!!

    4. Homebaked by Audrey 67 months ago | reply

      wow, thanks for sharing this. I was wondering how this was done.

    5. YalinCreations [deleted] 65 months ago | reply

      Terrific idea, thanks so much for sharing!

    6. Cake in y0 face! 65 months ago | reply

      You are incredibly talented!! I admire all of your work.

    7. Bichinho dos Bolos 62 months ago | reply

      Gorgeous! Thank you very much for sharing.

    8. whitestar_08 62 months ago | reply

      just so you know that is an awsome trick and very cool. but there is a stencil or stamp for that texture. it about a paper sheet big and you just press it into the fondant and wow it there. just let you know :)

    9. bridge72 60 months ago | reply

      Awesome tutorial! Just found this, thanks so much for sharing! :-)

    10. steamboatwillie33 55 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing !

    11. Merginmyndz Dynasty 51 months ago | reply

      oh this is really wonderful thanks for sharing your talent

    12. juliscake 49 months ago | reply

      great idea! thanks!!!

    13. Sam_Dobbyn 48 months ago | reply

      very clever , thanks :)

    14. Divalicious Cakes N Such 48 months ago | reply

      You're so creative!! Thanks for sharing:))

    15. The Sugar Box 37 months ago | reply

      OMG lots of work but awesome end result!

    16. Cakes To Di For 35 months ago | reply

      Wow this looks amazing. Thank you for kindly sharing with your fellow cakies.

    17. zendegy 24 months ago | reply

      so clever! i am going to try something like this on polymer clay! thank you for sharing.

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