1st Royal Icing Flowers

This is the first royal icing flowers I made. My husband was amazed that I could make them after only a few weeks of Wilton classes. (So was I). But I thought if I could do this after only a few weeks than I have to continue and learn how to create much more! The color was so much nicer than the pictures turned out to show.

Comments

PaulaT Says... 8 years ago

Nice job on your morning glories - mine weren't half as nice - good luck/

Parable Says... 8 years ago

I don't think I was ever taught how to make morning glories in my Wilton classes. Care to share the instructions? I think I can figure it all out except how the white is accomplished in the middle.

Kimbrelle Says... 8 years ago

I started with the white. It is the blue that I brought around on top half and then took the brush with a touch of vanilla/water and pushed down to make the star shape you see into the white. So it is really easy..just remember the blue portion is what creates the star not the white. Then finish with the white lines and yellow center.

ntertayneme Says... 8 years ago

Beautifully done :) You should be very proud of yourself!!

NEWTODECORATING Says... 8 years ago

WOW I wish my first ones looked that good! Heck I wish ANY of mine looked that good!

weefoot Says... 8 years ago

Those are so pretty. I am so jealous. Great job.

smashcakes Says... 8 years ago

those are great. i can NEVER make that kind of flower look good

candy177 Says... 8 years ago

Very beautiful!

ntertayneme Says... 8 years ago

Beautifully done :) You should be very proud of yourself!!

NEWTODECORATING Says... 8 years ago

WOW I wish my first ones looked that good! Heck I wish ANY of mine looked that good!

weefoot Says... 8 years ago

Those are so pretty. I am so jealous. Great job.

smashcakes Says... 8 years ago

those are great. i can NEVER make that kind of flower look good

candy177 Says... 8 years ago

Very beautiful!

PaulaT Says... 8 years ago

Nice job on your morning glories - mine weren't half as nice - good luck/

Parable Says... 8 years ago

I don't think I was ever taught how to make morning glories in my Wilton classes. Care to share the instructions? I think I can figure it all out except how the white is accomplished in the middle.

Kimbrelle Says... 8 years ago

I started with the white. It is the blue that I brought around on top half and then took the brush with a touch of vanilla/water and pushed down to make the star shape you see into the white. So it is really easy..just remember the blue portion is what creates the star not the white. Then finish with the white lines and yellow center.


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