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Adding color details to candies makes them more realistic and much more fun! For large areas of color, it's best to paint the melted candy right in the mold before the whole candy is molded using a decorator brush. Or, for very small details like vines, mouths and messages, melted candy should be piped onto molded candies using a parchment bag with a small hole cut in the tip.

A pretty tasty combination makes a pretty and easy fruit treat! Use Light Cocoa Candy Melts® Candy and the Jewelry Fondant and Gum Paste Mold as your candy mold for these special-occasion Chocolate Covered Cherries.

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Sweet Valentine's Wreath~ Cupcake Style

small rosettes on cupcakes

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How to Decorate a Cake

To make waves while decorating a cake, use the back of a tablespoon or teaspoon to make a small twisting motion in one direction. Then move the spoon over a little and make another twist in the opposite direction. Repeat until entire cake is covered. --Taste of Home Test Kitchen

A scenic way to present your pop— serve it on a bed of candy grass made in a Wilton Baking Cup. Makes an ideal base for jungle or floral themed brownie pops.

Well the boys are back to school and Bella and I are finding plenty to do! Yesterday — homemade gummi bears! All we needed was 1 -3 oz box of flavored gelatin and 2 – 1/4 oz packages of unflavored gelatin, water and candy molds. (we used two candy molds) Place 1/3 cup water in …

Lots of good tips on working with chocolate and candy melts. Love the melting several colors in a skillet with water/in jars idea!

The right buttercream consistency makes a difference in your decorating results. Learn which consistency works best for your cake decorating or other dessert projects, plus easy ways to adjust consistency.