I think its a great base... again, like someone else had stated... white chocolate gets a little less corn syrup.
I have noticed, at least with white chocolate (i did that one first to decorate a chocolate cheesecake with red roses) it can be a bit hard to work with if your hands are warm... so i will periodically set it aside and work after my hands cool off. If it gets a little hard from sitting out (i made it, and worked so much I couldnt mold it for about two days) just work it, like you would clay, making it more pliable with warmth. I find the peices just on the outside, the most "dry" are the most moldable, because it will not slide back into a round ball as easily.
Oh, and rose petals? I find it helps to make a ball, and squish it down with a finger in the middle... then shape it into a teardrop. In general, I get really nice petals that way. I make about ten and then start to shape, peicing them together.
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I think its a great base... again, like someone else had stated... white chocolate gets a...