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primrose and apple blossoms first try

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Created in this Craftsy Course

The Wilton Method®: Piped Flowers taught by Beth Somers

Make your cakes and treats enticing — learn to pipe more than 15 flowers with buttercream or royal icing!

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Category Cake Decorating
Occasion Any Occasion
Type 2 Tier
Material Buttercream
Style Colorful
NaomiBakes on craftsy.com

Do you sell this cake? No, just for fun

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Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this cake: working on square cakes and making clean edges so this was my first time baking a square cake and making the flowers gotta get in more practice but coming along nicely

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awesome Naomi

06/03/2014 Flag

thank you very much

06/12/2014 Flag

Gorgeous flowers! Are they buttercream or royal icing? And how did you get those dark edges? Maybe I should sign up for another class :)

08/29/2014 Flag

thank you everyone, those are butter cream flowers and I learned how to strip the bag for the edging from the class. You will not regret spending a penny on any class Beth teaches.

09/04/2014 Flag

Hi Delronda, the flowers are butter cream and I learned how to strip the piping bag from this class. You should absolutely sign up for any class Beth teaches, she is informative, detail oriented, and responds to your post. I learn so much from her classes, and what makes her so great is she really goes through every thing to help you be successful in the lesson and gives great insider tips for you to master the techniques.

09/04/2014 Flag