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  • Jackie Barri

    VERY cool: Sculptable frosting that can be cut and shaped like fondant, but has the flavor and softer texture of buttercream....For Ashley, because she seems to have found the initiative that I lost for cake decorating! (cupcakes at least)

  • Adele McKinney

    Sculptable Frosting. Can be shaped like fondant, but with the taste of buttercream icing. For all my cake decorating friends.

  • Kaitlyn Borgaard

    Shape-able Butter-cream Flavored Frosting, frosting that can be cut and shaped like fondant,

  • Tracy

    Sculpting Frosting. Can be shaped like fondant, but with the taste of Buttercream icing.

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