Blog entries tagged sugar flower

Modeling Chocolate Flowers #1: Thistle - Wired Modeling Chocolate Flowers

Attached is a tutorial for making wired Thistle flowers from modeling chocolate. In addition to using colored modeling chocolate, I also added color using petal dusts and a bit of the white Edible Art Paint color as well. No Cutters, No...

Daisy Tutorial

Hi everyone! So, as a first entry of my blog, I’ve made this really simple Daisy tutorial. Materials: Non-Edible: #20 or #22 white floral wire wire cutter wire bender foam pad brushes (one for edible glue and one for painting)...

Cosmos flower tutorial

Supply list: Wires – 24, 26 and 33 gauge, Nile green floral tape, Bumpy foam, Foam pad, Flat brushes for dusting, Pollen mix (petal dust and corn flour mix), Petal dusts (for this project I use Magenta and Geranium from CK), A bunch...

Sugar flower magnolia tutorial

How to make sugar magnolia without cutters.

Sugar flower tutorial

cornflower tutorial

I use Nicholas Lodge gum paste receipt what dries really fast . With this flower I preferred to tape the star side flowers to the base until they were still soft a little, it prevents breaking them. I never saw a cornflower tutorial, but I needed...

Poppy Tutorial #1: How to Make a Gum Paste Poppy (using heart shaped cutters)

Poppy flower tutorial

Hello every one , Here is a tutorial for my Poppy Flower. I am so honoured to be included on http://cakesdecor.com/mbulla/blog/672 list. Thank you Michal. I think pictures are easy to follow but...

Tutorial-Unwired Anemone

Introduction: This tutorial gives you instructions on how to create the flowers in the centre of my stained glass cake To start with, let’s talk a little bit about this flower. The number of petals ranges from about 5-15, and they are...

Making Sugar Flowers: Daffodils

Hello, I finally finished my daffodil tutorial (my first tutorial, so please let me know where you think I might improve): http://clearlycake.com/blog/making-sugar-flowers-daffodils/ Thanks :) Centres for the Daffodils: Cut a 20 gauge...