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Author Topic: How to use rice cereal treats for modeling or the base of an object (video by Artisan Cake Company)  (Read 1347 times)

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This video by Artisan Cake Company provides instruction on how to rice cereal treats for modeling or the base of an object to obtain certain shapes.  This tutorial teaches you how to use rice cereal treats for cake decorating. Tackle the problems of falling apart, getting them to hold their shape and sticking to a structure successfully.

https://youtu.be/0P5WCW2EoeI

Loreta Wilson
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