How to make a good witch out of fondant tutorial

How to make a good witch out of fondant tutorial

Robbie and Michael Cheadle are the co-authors of the Sir Chocolate Book series


21 thoughts on “How to make a good witch out of fondant tutorial

  1. Very cute, Robbie – love her green eyes and her sweet little smile.

    When I read the words “good witch” I immediately think Dorothy, the Wizard of Oz, follow the yellow brick road and Glenda the Good (who practically looks like The Blue Fairy) – and yet this little smiling witch is still dressed in black.
    Do we have to read the story to know why she a good witch?

    Also, if you eat black fondant does it turn your tongue or teeth black?
    (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMORE dot com)
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    1. I did dress her in black as I was thinking of Winnie the Witch, who is a good witch but still has the look and feel of a witch and rides a broomstick with her black cat on the back. There is a story that goes with this little witch. The link is here Unfortunately, both red and black fondant do stain your teeth and tongue but not for long. Thanks for your interest, Madelyn.

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      1. I don’t know Winnie the Witch. Maybe not a story around when I was a kid (or in America)?

        Re: staining — I was recalling purple and black jelly beans from childhood Easter baskets. I don’t recall if the red ones stained as well, probably because a reddish tint was not as strange a color for lips and tongue. lol

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      2. Winnie the Witch is a fairly new book series and is very popular. I only know it because of Michael who absolutely loves it. The stain would be the same as those jelly beans of your childhood. I actually buy ready made black fondant because it makes a bit of a mess when you make it yourself. Have a lovely weekend, Madelyn.


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