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Annalisa Says... 9 years ago

I thkink they look totally amazinf, I love the colours and your flowers look so perfect, it must have taken ages 8O

boween Says... 9 years ago

These are sooo pretty, Iam sure your daughter loved them!

tcrema Says... 9 years ago

I think you did a fantastic job on them! they are very pretty

LittleBigMomma Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful!!

KayDay Says... 9 years ago

Lovely!

izzybee Says... 9 years ago

gorgeous!

Kos Says... 9 years ago

Incredible. So beautiful!

scoobam Says... 9 years ago

These are gorgeous!!!! I just looked at all of your photos... you do really beautiful work!!! WOW All of your cakes look so perfect!! :)

mistygaildunn Says... 9 years ago

I think they're beautiful. Great job.

barbara-ann Says... 9 years ago

Wow, those are so cute. Those are some lucky friends. What exactly is meringue buttercream?

thecakemaker Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful job!

melxcloud Says... 9 years ago

Wow! Those flowers are just gorgous! Did you pipe them right on the cupcakes or somehow transfer them from a flower nail?

HollyPJ Says... 9 years ago

Thanks you guys! To answer questions: this particular meringue buttercream is called Meringue Buttercream for Flowers. The recipe can be found on marthastewart.com. Egg whites and granulated sugar are heated over simmering water, beaten until stiff, then LOTS of butter is added. I piped the roses on a flower nail. I first did the centers then froze them for about 10 minutes (this icing is soft). Then I piped the petals and froze the roses until they were firm enough to transfer to the cupcakes.

cakemommy Says... 9 years ago

BEAUTIFUL!

HollyPJ Says... 9 years ago

I meant to add that I piped the non-rose flowers directly onto the cupcakes. I piped the purple flowers, then added the frozen roses, then piped the yellow petals and the green leaves.

VickiG Says... 9 years ago

Stunning !!!! Just curious... did they hold up afterwards as well ? would like to try this frosting.

HollyPJ Says... 9 years ago

I stuck the finished cupcakes in the freezer for 10 minutes before we left for the party. I was worried I'd bump the flowers on the way there and mess them up. When the icing is at room temp it is soft. However, they were out for 2 hours before being eaten and they looked and tasted great. I just wouldn't leave them in a very hot area.

VickiG Says... 9 years ago

Thanks Holly. I'll give this a try... and hopefully will have a chance to use your cupcake design. These are so beautiful.

Kiddiekakes Says... 9 years ago

Very cute cupcakes!! What every little girl should have at her party!!

crimsonhair Says... 9 years ago

Spectacular cupcakes.. I love your flowers and I bet they were so yummy too with the meringue buttercream.

beany Says... 9 years ago

Sensational.

chellebell70 Says... 8 years ago

stunning little cakes!

Annalisa Says... 9 years ago

I thkink they look totally amazinf, I love the colours and your flowers look so perfect, it must have taken ages 8O

boween Says... 9 years ago

These are sooo pretty, Iam sure your daughter loved them!

tcrema Says... 9 years ago

I think you did a fantastic job on them! they are very pretty

LittleBigMomma Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful!!

KayDay Says... 9 years ago

Lovely!

Kos Says... 9 years ago

Incredible. So beautiful!

scoobam Says... 9 years ago

These are gorgeous!!!! I just looked at all of your photos... you do really beautiful work!!! WOW All of your cakes look so perfect!! :)

mistygaildunn Says... 9 years ago

I think they're beautiful. Great job.

barbara-ann Says... 9 years ago

Wow, those are so cute. Those are some lucky friends. What exactly is meringue buttercream?

thecakemaker Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful job!

melxcloud Says... 9 years ago

Wow! Those flowers are just gorgous! Did you pipe them right on the cupcakes or somehow transfer them from a flower nail?

HollyPJ Says... 9 years ago

Thanks you guys! To answer questions: this particular meringue buttercream is called Meringue Buttercream for Flowers. The recipe can be found on marthastewart.com. Egg whites and granulated sugar are heated over simmering water, beaten until stiff, then LOTS of butter is added. I piped the roses on a flower nail. I first did the centers then froze them for about 10 minutes (this icing is soft). Then I piped the petals and froze the roses until they were firm enough to transfer to the cupcakes.

cakemommy Says... 9 years ago

BEAUTIFUL!

HollyPJ Says... 9 years ago

I meant to add that I piped the non-rose flowers directly onto the cupcakes. I piped the purple flowers, then added the frozen roses, then piped the yellow petals and the green leaves.

VickiG Says... 9 years ago

Stunning !!!! Just curious... did they hold up afterwards as well ? would like to try this frosting.

HollyPJ Says... 9 years ago

I stuck the finished cupcakes in the freezer for 10 minutes before we left for the party. I was worried I'd bump the flowers on the way there and mess them up. When the icing is at room temp it is soft. However, they were out for 2 hours before being eaten and they looked and tasted great. I just wouldn't leave them in a very hot area.

VickiG Says... 9 years ago

Thanks Holly. I'll give this a try... and hopefully will have a chance to use your cupcake design. These are so beautiful.

Kiddiekakes Says... 9 years ago

Very cute cupcakes!! What every little girl should have at her party!!

crimsonhair Says... 9 years ago

Spectacular cupcakes.. I love your flowers and I bet they were so yummy too with the meringue buttercream.

izzybee Says... 9 years ago

gorgeous!

beany Says... 9 years ago

Sensational.

chellebell70 Says... 8 years ago

stunning little cakes!


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