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Gelatin Balloon Dog by Tami Utley

3D Gelatin Art - Gelatin Balloon Dog By Tami Utley 3d gelatin art balloon dog instructions: Materials: Long Balloons (as for balloon animals) Balloon Pump Unflavored Gelatin Americolor Super Red Gel Food Color (or airbrush color) Black food marker (black gel food color will work) Toothpick, (tweezers or clamp optional) Medium microwave safe bowl Duct tape Shortening Ruler Measuring Spoon Styrofoam or slotted plate (cooling rack will work) Paintbrush Scissors Paper Towels Step 1: Gelatin mixture: 2 parts cold water to 1 part unflavored gelatin (like Knox).    I used 6 tablespoons water and 3 tablespoons ; However, this is not…
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A Walk Through Time With Gelatin! by Diane Simmons

A Walk Through Time With Gelatin! By Diane Simmons Known for their translucent beauty and durability, gelatin flowers have been a part of cake decorating for several decades, found in books as far back as the 1960’s. Oh how things have changed over the years though, take a walk through time as Diane shares methods with you from old school to modern school and beyond. Prepping the Gelatin: Gelatin Mixture 1 Tbsp unflavored gelatin (Knox, Not Jello) 2 ½ Tbsp water Food colors (airbrush colors dissolve better) *To alter the recipe, simply maintain the ratio of 2 ½  parts water…
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Clear gelatin recipe

Gelatin Art Tools - don't forget to purchase the basic gelatin art tools to help you get started! Recipe for Transparent gelatin: 3 cups hot water 1 cups cold water 3 tablespoons Blossoms By Angelica™ super clear gelatin powder 2 cups white sugar or (Truvia) to taste. 1 teaspoon citric acid 1 tsp. of Blossoms By Angelica™ clear flavoring Directions: 1. Hydrate "bloom" the gelatin with the cup of cold water and stir to incorporate the whole entire gelatin powder very gently. Let stand for 5 min. 2. While the 3 cups of hot water still boiling. 3. Mix the…
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