i have been looking through many of the gallery pictures and i have seen some really nice cakes with flowers and butterflies.
how do you make the butterflies? it looks as though a mold may have been used.
Hi , yes there is a PME cuter with imprint
You can do piped chocolate and/or candy melt ones that are easy to do. They can be multi color or filled in with multiple colors. Depends on what look you are going for
Oh man, my brain isn't working right - I meant to say - they can be made one color lacy or multi-colored solid -ugh- Sorry!
One can also make very beautiful realistic ones with waferpaper, food writers, & petal dusts. I don't know if she still has the instructions on her site or not but try going to Earlene Moor's site. When I learned this way some 25 yrs ago we used chalk to color them.
I could not find the butterfly instructions on EM's web site, but did find this, which gives both printer and non-printer methods. These look fascinating, and will give them a try sometime. Hope this is helpful:
thanks so much for your help!! the molds look great!!
@ NJCakes - the website you posted isnt working for me, is it possible you could post again?
So sorry about the link not working I cannot get it to work directly either - UGH in a big way - So you can get to it by going to:
Search for Earlene Moore butterflies (search is located at the left)
Should be the 8th item listed entitled:
"Butterflies, edibe and so life like you have to touch them...."
There are other butterfly articles there too. Plus a whole lot of other info that I have not yet explored. Sorry again, hope this helps
OMG it did it again by converting the name to "block" -Aaaarrrgggghhh-
type the following into your browser, but without the spaces in it, and that will get you there:
http:// sugarcraft . com /
So sorry for the trouble
OMG I guess it isn't allowed to give the name of the site for some reason. It will still block the name no matter how I enter it. Sorry
haha... sorry for all the trouble...
thank you for your help
Most of us know which site you are referring to It's sugar craft. I *think* that will work. Nope that won't work either.
When we work with 'sugar' the projects are called a 'craft'. Let's see if that helps/comes through O.K. put together the two words in quotes.