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2/09/2011

Edible Confetti

So I mentioned the edible confetti in my earlier post today.  I made the fondant and let it sit for a couple hours.  I just rolled some out and used the #12 Wilton tip to make jumbo size confetti and then played around with other shapes.

I am no longer afraid of fondant!  Now I just need to find some super small alphabet cookie cutters, any ideas where I can find them???






Now they just have to dry over night and then I can store them in a container and put them in my "sprinkle" cabinet.
 
 
 
 
 

7 comments:

ibakewithout said...

How fantastic is this idea?? I love it! Now I can make allergy free sprinkles for my son, which are very hard to find here! Thanks for this great idea! x

Gina said...

What a great idea!! And I agree with a previous poster - a great way to make sprinkles. I'm often on the look-out for gluten-free sprinkles since TWO of my daughter's friends have Celiac - and most sprinkles have some wheat in them.

Carol said...

They look great, fun idea!

BigBearswife said...

cute idea! bet they'd looks great on cupcakes!

Lynn - A Foodie and Her Family and Crafty Lynn said...

Wow...I am glad that you now can have sprinkles!

BTW Gina were you a CL/CM on iVillage???

Medifast Coupons said...

You have a sprinkle cupboard?
Great idea for making your own confetti.
Have never seen tiny alphabet cutters. They would be a good idea though.

Lisa said...

So cute!

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