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This took F-O-R-E-V-E-R ! Photoshop kept dying on me. So I am going to try and do the breakfast one tomorrow. I think I am done with photoshop for today. I didn't think this would take so much time and be so huge.
So here is my sushi cane tutorial. I was really looking forward to making this one. ^_^
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I generally try to leave the canes in the freezer for an hour. (If I am patient enough) It will harden a little bit over time and be easier to cut further down the line, but the freezer method is a lot faster.
This was so amazing it inspired me to do a couple for myself! My friend is buying some charms from me and asked for sushi, I looked it up on here and this is what i found n.n Your tut is amazing! Thanks soooo much! I'll post a pic for you to see!! n.n
You can actually do it both ways! Depending on how you plan on using your cane you can bake it for a few minutes to harden it up (like 5-7 minutes) and then cut it and use it for projects. Or, you can use the cane as is, cut it up and then bake them.