How To Construct And Attach A Cascade Of Flowers From A Teapot.

Sugar Work By Ninas cakey Updated 28 Mar 2016 , 8:58pm by bella2524

Ninas cakey Posted 13 Jan 2016 , 7:48am
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is is there any advice and help anyone can give to me please. 

I have tried to find tutorials on line but have failed. 

I have a wedding cake book in next year, so plenty of time to practise. 

I have to make a cascade of flowers from a teapot into a saucer, 

what would be the best way to construct this and attach it so that its stable and does not collapse on me! 

Many thanks in advance! 

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-K8memphis Posted 13 Jan 2016 , 6:47pm
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oooh too cool! coming out of the spout perchance? i'd use fishing string -- that clear stuff -- or coming out of the lid? just the regular way -- you can stick them into the cake or wire them all together and stick that in where it will balance for you -- you'd want whatever actually enters the cake to be slid into a straw and glued in with chocolate or something sturdy so no wire-y things touch the food kwim

Creativeconfectioner Posted 27 Mar 2016 , 9:36pm
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like this?


Or like this?


Creativeconfectioner Posted 27 Mar 2016 , 9:43pm
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Creativeconfectioner Posted 27 Mar 2016 , 9:46pm
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This too may help....not a teapot but same concept??

bella2524 Posted 28 Mar 2016 , 8:58pm
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I made a beer mug cake using a dial rod to hold up the mug, maybe you could do something similar for the flowers. 

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