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I am flower incompetent but this looks fairly easy.  Can someone walk me thru this?  It seems like a simple flower cutter is used but not sure how I get it to dry in that "rounded" shape.  Do you think that fondant or buttercream under the flowers?

 

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Probably dried the flowers in a washed and dried plastic/foam egg carton.
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Probably dried the flowers in a washed and dried plastic/foam egg carton.

ahhhh ty! was thinking mini muffin tins - along the same line...

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looks like a 6 petaled blossom cutter dried in a rounded form (like an egg carton Leah suggested).  I personally would use fondant on the cake and royal icing to glue the flowers on.  There are three little dots in the middle of the flowers that can be piped in royal icing. 

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Thank really helped
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You might consider taking the beginner's Wilton flower course at your local craft store, they cover things like this.
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I am flower incompetent but this looks fairly easy.  Can someone walk me thru this?  It seems like a simple flower cutter is used but not sure how I get it to dry in that "rounded" shape.  Do you think that fondant or buttercream under the flowers?

 

ty!!

 

That is so pretty, good luck with it.

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Hello, I just wanted to share with you all a few of the cakes I've made recently. I am only 14 years old and would love some feedback from some people! 400400
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Hello, I just wanted to share with you all a few of the cakes I've made recently. I am only 14 years old and would love some feedback from some people!


Hi Amy.  Pretty Nice, indeed. 

I would like to suggest that you upload these on CC and then join the thread Peer Review http://cakecentral.com/t/755127/peer-review-cake-club/555  

That is the link to the last page.  All you have to do then is copy/paste the link to your cakes and many will give you feedback and ideas.  Just something I thought you could take advantage of. 

 

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Hello, I just wanted to share with you all a few of the cakes I've made recently. I am only 14 years old and would love some feedback from some people!

How long have you been cake decorating? Those are really good! 

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