What Kind Of Flower?

Decorating By Amps.prkns Updated 21 Aug 2015 , 5:01am by kakeladi

Amps.prkns Posted 21 Aug 2015 , 1:00am
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First off- this is not my cake.


im making a cake similar to this but don't know what kind of flower this is. Also why does it look plastic? How can I make it look like that? Was thinking of doing a gumpaste peony instead. Any thoughts or ideas?


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Brookebakescake Posted 21 Aug 2015 , 1:32am
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its a fantasy flower. You could make it with a 5-petal cutter, as for roses. The shine could be from luster dust or just steaming. 

kakeladi Posted 21 Aug 2015 , 5:01am
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Yes, what the other poster said.  Once you cut out each layer, just ruffle the edges some and stack up the layers.  Looks to me like they used 2 layers, then a very small one in the center.

Yes, most any large flower can be used unless there is a request for *that specific* one :)


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