Add frosting or trim after soap is finished?

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Is it possible to add frosting or melt and pour trims to a soap after it is finished, like the next day? I'm thinking if you scrape the top a little to make groves and then spray with alcohol, it might work?
 

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I have added frosting (CP) the next day on cupcakes with no problem. Can't speak to adding MP though.
 

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I have added frosting (CP) the next day on cupcakes with no problem. Can't speak to adding MP though.
Thanks! I thought I would add some M&P flowers into the CP frosting. Anyway, the experiment for today!

I'm wondering whether I should spray alcohol between the layers of CP?

Terry
 
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You shouldn't have any problem. I did MP Pumpkins, Lips and Balls they worked fine.
 

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I made frosting for the first time and I think I went a little nuts with the decoration! LoL! I'm going to cut it today and see how it looks. That size loaf should give me 10 bars, one inch thick. I tried to place the decorations so I could cut it and not lose flowers, but we shall see!

I couldn't get the frosting to hold it's peaks very well, but I think I may have over whipped it.

 

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Now I can, very nice! Love the swirls.
 

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