How To: Make tea (or coffee) and toast with fondant

Make tea (or coffee) and toast with fondant

To start making your tea and toast, roll about a section of white fondant about four inches by six about 1/8th inch thick. Now take a one inch circle cutter and cut out one circle. Now taking a half inch circle cutter, make an impression in the center of the first circle being careful not to go all the way through. Now you have your saucer for your toast. Next, take a one inch square cutter and cut that out of the fondant as well. Cut it in half diagonally and poke tiny little holes with a toothpick. Do not go all the way through. Now take three different colors of dusting paint (dark brown, light brown, and yellow). Brush a little bit of the dark brown along the edges and use the light brown for the center. Add a little yellow to the center of each triangle as well to make it look like butter. After that, apply a little bit of glue to the plate and then place one triangle on the plate. Now flip the other triangle over and put a little glue on the back and then put that on the plate as well. To make the coffee cup, take a ball of fondant a little bit bigger than a pea and make it into a cyclinder. Taking a ball tool, push the ball into the top making a little hole. To make the handle, apply a stripe of glue down the side. Roll a little "snake" out of fondant and attach the ends of it to the glue. To make the tea in the cup, take some clear gel paste and add some brown food coloring. Put that in a small pastry bag and pipe that in the cup. To make the saucer, take the half inch circle and put some glue in the center. Put the cup on top.

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