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tyty Says... 8 years ago

Those are beautiful

MomLittr Says... 8 years ago

Love these - they look so real!

Narie Says... 8 years ago

very real ! :o

cakelady5 Says... 8 years ago

these look pretty, are you taking wilton 4? i am starting soon and I was hoping she shows us how to make them. very pretty!

cowgirl58 Says... 8 years ago

Looks very realistic

Anna31 Says... 8 years ago

Oh my gosh! Those are perfect, couldn't look more real!!! Beautiful colors to! I have never tried using gumpaste, looks like it would be fun to create something so pretty!

cocorum21 Says... 8 years ago

those are really pretty! the look so real, great job!

Kweed Says... 8 years ago

Very nice job! I am a Wilton Method Instructor and am going to teach fondant and gumpaste where we do this flower. I love this class.

lucky7asbs Says... 8 years ago

cakel8t... you did an awesome job. i was just wondering what method you used in making these carnations? thanks for sharing.

petunia129 Says... 8 years ago

these are beautiful, great job!

flourgrl Says... 8 years ago

those look awesome! Love the colours too!

CakeL8T Says... 8 years ago

Using the OP Carnation cutter I cut out my flowers in white gumpaste then brushed them with petal dust. Frilled the edge with a toothpick.I stacked 3 petals then folded the 4th in half then folded before placing it in the middle of the 3 stacked ones. Thanks for all the great comments!!

Cakepro Says... 8 years ago

These are fabulous!

ShirleyW Says... 8 years ago

These are really lovely. Frilling with a toothpick takes such a long time. Have you tried using a crimped cutter and a ball tool for ruffling on a foam cel mat? It's so much faster and easier.

ShirleyW Says... 7 years ago

These are very nice and done the way carnations should be done. Gumpaste makes a much nicer and more realistic flower than fondant.

lucky7asbs Says... 8 years ago

cakel8t... you did an awesome job. i was just wondering what method you used in making these carnations? thanks for sharing.

Cakepro Says... 8 years ago

These are fabulous!

ShirleyW Says... 8 years ago

These are really lovely. Frilling with a toothpick takes such a long time. Have you tried using a crimped cutter and a ball tool for ruffling on a foam cel mat? It's so much faster and easier.

tyty Says... 8 years ago

Those are beautiful

MomLittr Says... 8 years ago

Love these - they look so real!

Narie Says... 8 years ago

very real ! :o

cakelady5 Says... 8 years ago

these look pretty, are you taking wilton 4? i am starting soon and I was hoping she shows us how to make them. very pretty!

cowgirl58 Says... 8 years ago

Looks very realistic

Anna31 Says... 8 years ago

Oh my gosh! Those are perfect, couldn't look more real!!! Beautiful colors to! I have never tried using gumpaste, looks like it would be fun to create something so pretty!

cocorum21 Says... 8 years ago

those are really pretty! the look so real, great job!

CakeL8T Says... 8 years ago

Using the OP Carnation cutter I cut out my flowers in white gumpaste then brushed them with petal dust. Frilled the edge with a toothpick.I stacked 3 petals then folded the 4th in half then folded before placing it in the middle of the 3 stacked ones. Thanks for all the great comments!!

petunia129 Says... 8 years ago

these are beautiful, great job!

flourgrl Says... 8 years ago

those look awesome! Love the colours too!

Kweed Says... 8 years ago

Very nice job! I am a Wilton Method Instructor and am going to teach fondant and gumpaste where we do this flower. I love this class.

ShirleyW Says... 7 years ago

These are very nice and done the way carnations should be done. Gumpaste makes a much nicer and more realistic flower than fondant.

marthajo1 Says... 7 years ago

wow I cant believe that is only 4 petals!!


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