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STEP 1: PREP THE ORNAMENT DECORATIVE ACCENTS
Heat some of the white candy coating on half power in the microwave, stirring frequently until melted (do not overheat or it could burn). Spoon it into the Peanut Butter Cup Mold cavities. Freeze for 10 minutes and pop them out of the mold.
Roll some white fondant into a small worm shape, bend it in half and then use a knife to cut it flat at the bottom. Set the loops aside to dry.
Roll some fondant out thinly and use a snowflake punch cutter to cut out snowflakes. Set them aside to dry.
STEP 2: COAT THE MOLDS AND FILL WITH CAKE
Remelt the coating and spoon a tablespoon into each mold cavity. Use the back of a spoon or a paintbrush to spread an even layer. If you spill any outside the mold, wipe it away with a paper towel before continuing so that you have a clean edge. Place the mold in the freezer for 10 minutes.
Cut your cake into 1" thick layers and then use a circle cutter or a knife to cut out tiny layers of cake. We used a 2" and a 2 1/2" diameter circle of cake in each ball. Remove the mold from the freezer and layer the tiny cakes in the mold using buttercream in between. Press them down so that they don't extend past the top of the mold or trim if necessary.
Spoon some melted coating on the back of the cake and spread it thinly with a spatula or knife, sealing the mold. Place the mold back in the freezer for 10 minutes.
STEP 3: POP THE CAKES OUT AND COVER WITH SANDING SUGAR
Flip the cakes out of the mold and let them come to room temperature so that they do not have any condensation on the exterior. To speed things up, you can dab them with a paper towel. Once dry, use some melted candy coating to attach the top to the ornament.
Then, use a brush to spread a thin layer of piping gel anywhere you want the sanding sugar to stick.
Sprinkle them heavily with sanding sugar. It helps to have them on parchment or wax paper so that you can lift the paper and funnel the sugar back into the jar.
Add the dried fondant loops by dipping each one into melted coating and then holding it in place on the top until it dries. Squeeze a few dots of piping gel on the back of the snowflakes and press them onto the ornaments.