Iced with buttercream frosting. The leaves made with wafer paper look so real!
Absolutely awesome. I am making my first wedding cake soon (my own) and I have boughten these wafer leaves from Sugarcraft to place on it like you did. Thank you for helping with instructions!
Bekah...you are very welcome...They are so easy to do. Congratulations on your wedding! Please post your cake for us to see!
WOW! I'd love to know how you made those leaves! They look awesome! What a beautiful cake! email@example.com
The cake is so beautiful. The leaves look great
Beautiful - i'm curious as well about the leaves - please share!!
Love the cake! I'm curious too, please share your leaves! firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks so much for the nice compliments! I noticed that Sugarcraft sells leaves already printed on wafer paper. I scanned in real leaves and printed them myself with edible ink. Then, thinnly (very, very thinly) spread them with clear piping gel. Let them dry 2-4 hours.(They still will feel a bit sticky). Cut them out with sissors, You may have to wipe your blades with a paper towel with cooking oil to keep them from sticky so much). Lastly, I held each on over steaming water for just a second to curl them.
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