I have made a video tutorial on how to make a frangipani..I have uploaded it to Youtube...can I just post the link here or do I upload it to CC somehow????
Thanks in advance
Noone has replied so I will just post the link...If that is not the right thing to do please let me know.
Nicely done! Thanks for sharing!
Beautiful! Thank you so much for the tutorial. I was just thinking that it is a flower I would like to try.
Ahhhh...another flower to try! Nice tutorial, seeing it done is so much better than reading the directions and seeing pictures!
I was just in Hawaii and these flowers are everywhere and are so pretty. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you so much for the link...
Wow! that is brilliant! Thank you for sharing. They are gorgeuos!
If it helps anyone I have also done a photographic tutorial which shows the tools etc a bit clearer
please follow the link
Thanks for sharing. It is very helpful!
Ahhhhh....and if you have ever actually smelled one of those...wow!! The tree I have, those flowers smell like fresh cut peaches....just delicious!
Beautiful! Thank you so much!!!
those are so pretty! Are they a trumpet like flower?
They grow in bunches on a tree and I suppose are a bit trumpet like...
This is one that grows in my garden
Sigh. My favorite flower. Takes me back to Hawaii every time I smell one. Thanks for the tutorial...I think I want to make some for myself
Thank you very much for the tutorial. Excellent !
thank you so much for this tutorial. It couldn't have come at a better time. I am doing a Luau cake and was in desperate need of any easy flower to do.
Thanks for taking time for us.
Thanks. I like the picture tutorial the best!
My head is in the clouds sometimes... Here I came in thinking you had made a tutorial for almond cream (frangipane) hehehe... blame the pastry chef in me.
The flowers are great... will definitely have to try your technique. You're SO talented!
I wasn't sure which it was for but either would have been great! I can't wait to try and make some. Thanks for the video, the pictures and all your help!
Thanks for your feedback everyone....I suppose the video and the photo tutorials complement each other... you can see different things in both...I hope you find them helpful!
My frangipani wedding cake is finished if you would like to see it
Here is the link
I have these in my backyard. I was just back there, yesterday, picking up fallen petals (they smell awesome!) and thinking about how to make one out of gumpaste. thanks for the tutorial!
I must try these, thanks for the great video!
Those are so lovely. I am interested in the holder you place them in to dry. Can you tell me what is in the pan?
Thank you for asking... I dry them in a bed of flour....it doesn't matter what type... or you could use icing sugar!
What a wonderful tutorial!! Thanks for sharing!
I love the smell,thanks for the tutorial.
A bed of flour...very interesting..First time I've heard this..... hmmm
Thank You very much for the tutorial, I have one but it is pictured instructions, visuals is always better, and your cake looks great too.