Anyone ever make/attempted to make delphinium gumpaste flowers? What cutter did you use for the petal? Is it similar enough to another flower petal cutter to use? Is there a website which sells it? I already checked scott clark wooley's website and did not find a cutter for it among his cutters for sale.
I know this is an old post, but did you ever find a cutter for making Delphinium gumpaste flowers? Im going to need some for a wedding cake in July and I need to get started on them soon. What did you end up doing? Because Im not finding much either in cutters or ready made flowers. Thanks!
I am also interested. Delphiniums are my wedding flower for my own wedding cake and I'm very curious on how to make them.
I Googled delphiniums and came up with photos of varieties that looked fairly different from each other, so it's kind of hard to say. I would think you could use rose petal cutters for some of the varieties I saw. I'll bet Scott Clark Woolley has instructions for them somewhere in his books/DVDs.
I'm going to take it on to make some instructions. I think I can do it. I'll keep you in the loop. Thanks mpetty.
Definitely let us know how it turns out!
i got in touch with tonya by email. she sent me some pictures of them that are on her website and some instructions. she suggests that you use either a 5 petal cutout or a calyx cutout. shape as necessary. I will definitely post the ones that I do.
I liked the middle one, too. Just curious, will you be using individual blossoms or wiring a bunch of them up the stalk?
well, i'm making these for my wedding cake. i mostly plan on a white cake with blue hearts here and there and just a few delphiniums for accents. I'll most likely do individual blossoms.
the back of the delphinium is a little weird. imagine a rose with the stalk coming in from the side at a 45 degree angle while the petals carry on.
top left one on this picture
its like they got a mucked up petal. I would like to get the one i'm making as close to real as possible.
That's actually a weird little "tail" on the back of the petal. Maybe you could just pinch the end of the top petal and pull it backward?