Wilton Fabulous Fondant Give-Away

I’m very excited to present my ”Fabulous Fondant” Wilton Cake Decorating Give-Way! I’ve been planning it for a very long time and hand choosing each wonderful product for one very lucky reader of Pink Martinis and Pearls.  This fabulous fondant friend of my blog will win everything needed to get started to create fabulous cupcake toppers with embellishments.  Thank you Wilton!

If you haven’t worked with rolled fondant to decorate treats such as cakes, cookies or cupcakes you’ve been missing out on a lot of creative fun!

Wilton Fondant Cupcake Give-Away

I’ve chosen these products just for you!

Wilton Fondant Cupcake Give-Away

Here’s all the goodies the winner will be receiving from Wilton:

White Decorator Preferred Fondant
9 inch Fondant Roller
White Pearl Dust
Water Brush
Dust n’ Store Pouch
14 pc. Flowers Fondant Cupcake Decorating Set
Flower and Leaf Mini Fondant Cut-Out Set

… and some examples of what you could create!  With the floral stamp from the 14 pc. Fondant Flowers Cupcake Decorating Set, the design below is one impression away!

Wilton Fondant Cupcake Give-Away

I’ve really enjoyed creating toppers with this set that even comes with a round cutter so I thought you would too!

Wilton 14 pc. Flowers Fondant Cut-Out Decorating Set

You can make any design with the little stamps.

Wilton 14 pc. Flowers Fondant Cut-Out Decorating Set

I’ve also included two other sets – the 7 pc. Cut-Out Set which includes textured sheets and the Flower and Leaf Mini Fondant Cut-Out Set.

Wilton 7 pc. Cut-Out Set Fondant

To make the cupcake toppers below, all you do is –

  1. Roll out the fondant and press a textured sheet into it.
  2. Cut out the shapes with the cutters.
  3. Add flowers stamped from the Flower Fondant Cut-Out Set and flattened out the petals with the end of a craft paint brush.
  4. Add glitter and luster powders for a little sparkle and shimmer.
  5. Attach flowers to the shapes with a dab of water brush.
  6. Finish with pearl dragees.

Wilton Fondant Flowers Cupcakes

I always hit fondant with a hint of luster powder, edible glitter and/or dragees because it adds a little extra sophistication.  Perhaps for the holidays?

Wilton Flower Fondant Cupcakes

So are you ready to sign up for the Wilton Fabulous Fondant Give-Away?

Good luck!  Remember to follow Pink Martinis and Pearls on Facebook and Instagram for extra chances to win!  And while you’re there, follow Wilton Cake Decorating too for even more inspiration.  Smile

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