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    Keep oven temperature low when setting SugarVeil, as it will bake, rather doneness. For dark lace colors, mix dry powder color with SugarVeil Instructions.
    SUGARVEIL® ICING INSTRUCTIONS. FOR MAKING FLEXIBLE DECORATIONS FOR CAKES OR PLATED DESSERTS. MIX: Using a fork and a deep glass or
    Next, take your decorative Sugarveil mat, there are a number of impressive designs to choose from including lace, dots and floral patterns and using your
    White Confectionery Icing Mix. Mix 2/3 cup (95 g) icing mix with 1/3 cup (80 mL) water. For use with Confectioners’ Mats, beat on medium speed with paddle blade for approximately 4 minutes, scraping sides of bowl. Spread onto mat. SugarVeil may be set in a 200 F / 93 C degree oven or air dried.
    Follow the oven-setting instructions at http://www.sugarveil.com/mat/SugarVeil-Confectioners-Mats.pdf. You can use SugarVeil directly after mixing and set all of

    Allow the mat to set at room temperature. This is the preferred method for setting SugarVeil. If ‘speed setting’ is desired* or if humidity is greater then 50%, place28 Jun 2012
    Featured in the 2012 Baby Shower issue of Cake Central Magazine, this lace tutorial by Michele Hester of SugarVeil® will show you how to create a cake that’s
    Confectioners’ Mats. Before using, wash mat in warm, soapy water. Rinse and dry thoroughly. Prepare SugarVeil® Confectionery Icing Mix following package instructions. Beat again for one minute just prior to use. To aid removal of decoration, lightly dust mat with cornstarch. Brush off excess before spreading icing.
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