I am learning how to use fondant in my weekly Wilton Cake Decorating Classes. I am currently doing Course 3 and absolutely loving it.My first attempt: Email Tonya StaabLifestyle blogger. Content Creator. Memory Maker. Mum. previous post It’s Pupping Season in Monterey next post Flowers, Fruit and Fish. You Might Also Like These Too Football Party Snacks for Kids A S’mores Breakfast Parfait With Homemade Nutella GranolaRustic Crust: Bacon and Egg FlatbreadPart 1: Wilton Cake DecoratingValentine’s Day Treats for KidsA Build-A-Bear Party5 comments Cindy C. April 15, 2010 - 11:18 pmThat’s great!! I wish we could have gone further. Some day!! 🙂 Isn’t fondant fun? It’s like playing w/play dough again…but you can eat it. I got a fondant recipe from someone online and we made our own. It was SO much better than the store bought stuff. Have fun! Reply Ali @PickleSugarPlum April 15, 2010 - 11:14 pmOMG…so cute…did you see the launch of the Cricut Cake this week?!?! I wish one of those would just magically appear on my doorstep…it is definitely something I could see you using to amaze us even more with your fabulous food creations! Reply Shannon April 16, 2010 - 8:39 amGreat job! That seriously looks like a professional made it! Reply Brooke April 16, 2010 - 9:46 amGreat job! Your fondant is fantastically smooth. When I did my cake I loved the curls so much that I skipped the bow, still not really sure how to make one. 🙂 Reply Bre April 21, 2010 - 8:34 pmSo cute!! I attempted my first fondant cake completely by myself when I was like 6 months pregnant with Cash. I made the fondant from scratch myself…and yeah…that will never be happening again! So Hard!!!! My kitchen looked like a tornado hit it!! LOL! And the cake??…Horrid!! LOL! However, Yours Is Beautiful!!!! Reply Leave a Comment Cancel ReplySave my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.