EDIBLE FINGERS

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Introduction: EDIBLE FINGERS

Sugar fingers, beautiful :) cake decoration.

Easy enough and fun for kids too.

Step 1: WHAT YOU NEED

Ingredientes:

-sugar paste (you can also make your own one);

-red beets.

Tools:

-round knife;

-small cup.

Step 2: CUT

Cut the sugar paste in small pieces.

Step 3: ADD THE COLOR

Add a little bit of beet juice. A small quantity is enough, it will give a nice pink.

Mix in your hand until all the color is well blended.

If it become too sticky while doing this, refrigerate for a minute before using again.

Step 4: ROLL AND CUT

Roll in a long tube, than cut in small, finger length, sections.

Step 5: SHAPE

Shape as a finger. Round one one side and leave with the raw cut on the other side.

Squeeza a little the paste under the knuckles suppose to be.

Step 6: FINGERS HOLES

With the edge of the knife push in to the end of the fingers, making a space to place the finger nails.

Step 7: FINGER NAILS

Cut some white sugar paste, a flat long strep. Thank cut it in to rectangular small sections. Shape them as finger nails, and stick them to the end of the fingers.

Step 8: FINAL TOUCH

With the knife make some marks at the end of the finger nails, and some perpendicular marks on the knuckles.

Step 9: BLOOD

Add some blood around the finger nails with the tip of the knife.

Dip the cut part of the fingers in the beet juice, and smear it around a little with your fingers.

Step 10: DONE

Done, ready to use for your Halloween desserts.

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    11 Comments

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    DiyWaterDog
    DiyWaterDog

    4 years ago

    Eatable or Edible? :-)

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    marcellahella
    marcellahella

    Reply 4 years ago

    mmm… good question :)

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    marcellahella
    marcellahella

    Reply 4 years ago

    Thank you

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    Penolopy Bulnick
    Penolopy Bulnick

    4 years ago

    These are really neat! I also love that gray table surface in your main images. Is that just your countertop?

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    marcellahella
    marcellahella

    Reply 4 years ago

    Thank you! The gray surface is a countertop my husband did with bricks and cement

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    li321840
    li321840

    Reply 4 years ago

    Beautiful! Is there an instructable for the countertop?!?

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    marcellahella
    marcellahella

    Reply 4 years ago

    Unfortunately no, I wish I did it while we made it

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    Penolopy Bulnick
    Penolopy Bulnick

    Reply 4 years ago

    That is an awesome countertop :)

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    marcellahella
    marcellahella

    Reply 4 years ago

    Thank you

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    offseid
    offseid

    4 years ago

    Disgusting! Got my votes. :P

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    marcellahella
    marcellahella

    Reply 4 years ago

    Thank you very much!