I've seen several beautiful cakes with fondant/gumpaste gerbera daisies-how do I make these? What tool(s) do I need and where do I get them? Does anyone have any tips/tricks they can share? I want to decorate my daughter's birthday cake with them, and I need to start practicing! Thanks so much!
Some links (hopefully they work)-these are what I am hoping to make:
oh my gosh i have been looking on you tube to day looking for how to make these flowers so when i saw this i got really excited! i hope some people post some really good ideas cause i am at a loss..
hi, click on forums. then how do i. then you will see a sticky: tons of flower tutorials. you will see how this flower and many others are done. hth
They are made with a plunger press PME Cutter... they come in different sizes
here is a link to where i bought mine
They are very cute!
Hluterbach a fellow cc'er did a great cake. Take a look at hers. I had her pm me the instructions if you are interested.
The wedding cake in "My Photos" has blue ones. I just bought the cutter from Sugarcraft and use gumpaste.
Here is a link to the tutorial that I used when I made mine.
The cake I made with the gerbera is in my gallery. I used the plunger cutters from country kitchen sweet art. HTH
I recently posted a cake with Gerbera daisies. I also used the PME plunger from Country Kitchen Sweetart and followed the instructions from
They're fairly easy to make just time consuming and very fragile. Be sure to make extras.