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Handcrafted Sugar Flowers taught by Jacqueline Butler

Awe your friends and family by creating delicate hydrangeas with Jacqueline Butler's skilled instruction and easy, effective techniques.

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Cake Decorating
My wedding cake
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Category Cake Decorating
Material Gum Paste
Style Traditional
Aandara on craftsy.com

Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this cake: Fondant to cover the cake and Gumpaste for the flowers

Aandara on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? I create my own silicone molds out of pieces of lace, and these are my first flowers, for the first time they look pretty good

Aandara on craftsy.com

Aandara... what a beautiful cake. I love your ranusculus flower You did an amazing job. Did you use tear drop shaped cutter to make the petals? How many petals did it take to make this flower? Many thanks lila

05/21/2013 Flag

Hi lilagreen1514641, I used a two different size round cutters for the petals, i used like 30 petals to make the flowers on the smaller flowers i used like around 20, all depends on your flower, put as many as the flowers is asking you, it sounds strange, but you will see what i meant when you do your own flowers, thanks for following.

05/27/2013 Flag

It's a stunning cake. Love the details on the sides of the cakes. Are your flowers on wires are the right in the cake.???

05/24/2013 Flag

Hi macdonaldb, yes my flowers are wired but they are not directly on the cake I cover a Styrofoam half sphere with fondant and i insert the flowers in it

05/27/2013 Flag

gorgeous cake, I'm sure you're proud of it.

05/31/2013 Flag