Top Tip Friday: How to get the "Doily Look" on fondant toppers.

how to make fondant edible doily, scalloped edges with a circle cutter, Christmas example reindeer, snowflake, tree. Bright colours.
Scalloped edges punched out
to make a pretty doily effect.

I know it's out of season now, but the pretty doily effect on the edges of these scalloped fondant toppers, would totally look fantastic for any occasion, any time of year!

It's really pretty simple and all you need is a scalloped edge circle cutter (I am pretty sure they have lovely oval and heart shaped ones now too)

Cut out your shapes then get  a small circle piping tip and cut /punch out little circles along the scallop line. I find a good dusting of corn flour underneath helps prevent sticking as you go around the circle.

Team it with a bright coloured next size up, plain circle underneath to really highlight the pretty punched out edge or leave them plain - either way they will look great.

A simple yet awesome technique that will give your next edible toppers that extra wow factor!

And they say a picture tells a thousand words so check it out!! 

Making punched out scalloped edges with fondant to make doily toppers.
Cut and punch

Gorgeous Christmas Cupcakes Boxed sets, Great teacher gift idea.
Packaged Cupcakes as Christmas gifts.

Will you use this popular technique? Let me know in the comments section below! (I love comments!)

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