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DIY: How to make Edible Fabric!

DIY Home-made Edible Fabric: this stuff is better than sliced bread! 

We've made our share of paper thin cake decorations out of gum paste, and its doable, but oh so breakable, and can make for some nerve-wracking deliveries.

My new go-to on paper-thin, is edible paper.
In this step-by-step tutorial you'll see how 5 ingredients come together to make cake magic:
rice paper   also called wafer paper
2 TBSP powdered unflavored gelatin  I use either Great Lakes or Knox
4 TBSP water 
2 TBSP glycerine
powdered food color 

silpat mat
measuring spoons
microwavable cup or bowl 
broad art brush  (i.e. 1-2" flat brush)
spoon for stirring

I find myself working this medium into cake designs more and more, and I decided that it was time to make and share a short tutorial on how to make Edible fabric, and some of the ways it can be used.

For updates on follow-up tutorials on how to attach edible fabric to your cakes and create gravity defying elements on wire armatures follow cak…

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