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Hey fellow bakers!  I am working on the design of a wedding cake for me friend. It's going to be a beach cake with lawn chairs on top and small sections of picket fence dotted here and there.  I'm fairly sure I can figure out how to make the chairs....maybe but I have no clue how to do the fence.  Any thoughts/advice on the fences and/or the chairs would be greatly appreciated. Happy baking!!!

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I'm with Tessa on this one.  Unless your fence is going to be straight up against the cake, then you could cut out of fondant (make a template with parchment paper first if you find that easier) and stick straight on.  But if you want it free-standing  then it would have to be really hard gumpaste, modelling paste - or better still, use pastillage which will dry really hard, but will be quite brittle, so be careful with it.  You will be able to find a template on the web - here's one from Cake Central - 

http://cakecentral.com/g/i/65777/my-interp-of-the-old-course-2-pick...

Thanks bunches, ladies. I think I'll use the template for the fence using gumpaste if I can't find pre-made wood ones at Michael's.

I did a quick search for picket fence molds.  hope this helps the first one is a pricey one but the mold looks great but it isn't made with silicon. anyway hope this helps you out.

http://www.etsy.com/listing/116172276/vintage-wilton-gingerbread-ho...

http://www.wineandcake.com/browse.cfm/picket-fence-gumpaste-cutter/...

http://www.countrykitchensa.com/shop/candy-making-supplies/fence-si...

Celebrate with Fondant! Book (Picket Fence and Trowel Patterns used) this is a wilton book

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