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Can any one tell how to make the flowers on this cake, Do you think they are fondant? And if they are Lily of the valleys , how do yoy make them head on? Thank you

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post #2 of 4

they look like buttercream.  Piped like the Lily of the Valley flower.  But meant to look like blossoms on a tree.  You could probably make little fondant blossoms, that would work too.

 

Here is a link for piping lily of the valley.  You only need the blossom tip Wilton 81

 

http://www.wilton.com/technique/Lily-of-the-Valley

 

Very pretty cake.

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post #3 of 4

yes that way that msgf said and also a teeny weeny blossom plunger would get you there too

 

http://www.bakedeco.com/detail.asp?id=25990&trng=fgle&gclid=CKuB7PGBoLYCFQrNnAodPy4AGQ

 

like these but super tiny--and then of course these would be out of fondant

 

i got one umpteen years ago from somewhere...it's metal--got it before they even made them in plastic

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I thought they looked like buttercream too, but when I blew up the pic some of them are scalloped. Thank you both for your input.

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