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Fantasy Cake with Cattleya Orchids

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Cattleya Sugar Orchids

Created in this Craftsy Course

Exotic Sugar Orchids taught by James Rosselle

Bring a touch of the tropics to your cake creation with an arrangement of delicate sugar blossoms, accented by graceful leaves, bamboo stems and fondant pebbles.

Other projects made as part of this class:

Cake Decorating
orchids
Cake Decorating
Mother's Day Cake
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Category Cake Decorating
Material Gum Paste
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Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this cake: Gum Paste Icing, Fondant Icing, White Vanilla cake, edible pearls, edible gold dust, press forms veiner forms for leaves and orchids, Pink, lime Green , and goldenrod petal colors

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What are you most proud of? Taking anything in one form and transporting some things of some form into something entirely different, and beautiful enhances pleasure in life. I'm proud and moved that I took James Roselles class in exotic orchids. It has enhanced my joy immensely.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Just do it! All things come with practice and time even if you aren't clever. I have some experience in modeling polymer clay and designing jewelry. Both of those crafts contributed heavily to my early success.

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I love this one!!! The leaves falling on the cake was a great idea.. Were thet leaf molds? Where did you purchase them if so?

05/31/2013 Flag

Thank you MaryJane! The ivy leaf molds came with my first gum paste set of cutters from Wilton. I ordered them from Amazon.com years ago and then chickened out of useing them until this past few weeks! LOL

06/01/2013 Flag

oh...and the leaf mold on the pink cake I purchased at Michaels in the Wilton section. The green leaves were made with a couple of different leaf cutters and then embossed with a leaf veiner!

06/07/2013 Flag