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Warm in microwave, then let sit 5-10 mins. to allow the froth to rise to the top. Peel the froth off ( it will stick to a a piece of wooden skewer, I use the very inexpensive bamboo ones from grocery store). It will come off mostly in 1 try.. The gelatin is now ready use. You will need to rewarm it to liquidfy. brush it on a texture or veining sheet and let it dry. The jello will release itself when it is completely dry. Once it's dry, you can cut it into anything you want with a scissors.
For a Bow, cut it into strips, bend each strip to form a loop and use a small drop of mixture to hold the loops together. To keep a loop together put a paperclip over the ends til dry. (about 10 min.) To form the bow, put a quarter size drop of mixture on a plate or piece of plastic and assemble like you do the fondant bow. let 1st layer set up and add another bit of warm gelatin and add remaining loops
The mixture can be rewarmed as much as you want and saved up to 3 days. When cleaning the bowl, just peel the whole mess out in one piece. I make a bowl and then divide it into several more so I can color them.
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