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How to Create Sugar Paste Pansy

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Classic Sugar Flowers: Peony, Anemone, Tulip taught by Nicholas Lodge

Make your cakes petal-perfect with instruction from Nicholas Lodge, sugar artist extraordinaire.

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Category Cake Decorating
Material Gum Paste
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Do you sell this cake? Yes
Name of website or online shop: bobbie's shop

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Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this cake: Equipment: Rose petal cutter, OP Ceramic silk stick, HP Dresden tool, FMM Grove board, CC 28 gauge white wire 26 gauge nile green wire Fine needle nose pliers Wire cutters Dusting brushes #2 fine paint brush All-purpose leaf Cutter, ISAC or Oak leaf cutter, OP Pansy leaf veiner, SKGI Poppy veiner, JR Six petal cutter #5, OP Ball tools Foam pad Floral pad Steamer, optional Pasta machine, optional Nile green floral tape, HH Fondant smoothers Small sugar paste rolling pin Plastic mat or DYI plastic cut bag lightly coated with crisco Fine Scissor Make-up pads Cocktail straw Material: Fondant, Fondarific Sugar paste (gumpaste), Fondarific Yellow food paste, electric yellow food paste, and leaf green food paste Daffodil, plum, violet, lime green, and foliage green petal dust Edible varnish Egg white Vodka 1- recipe almond cupcakes Crisco Cornstarch

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? What the class

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Looks beautiful, very nice

05/31/2013 Flag

Thank you

06/07/2013 Flag

Thank you, Pansy are a fun flower

11/02/2013 Flag

I love the way you coloured your pansies. They look gorgeous.

06/02/2013 Flag

Thank you

11/02/2013 Flag

So pretty!

06/12/2013 Flag

Thank You

11/02/2013 Flag

There are quite a few sugar flower classes available, which would recommend as a first one?

09/29/2013 Flag

I would start with Nicholas Lodge's Classic Sugar Flowers. If you need tutorials on flowers that are not covered with a Cratsy class here is link to a free step step.. http://bit.ly/1bpWyWG

10/04/2013 Flag