Can't wait to try this, what a great and thoroughly informative tutorial! Thank you!
Forgot to note that while up to 4 layers of wafer paper can be cut at once, only 1 layer of frosting sheet should be cut at a time. Thanks for looking!
This looks really fun to do! I am going to have to try this. I have not seen this done.
This is a fantastic tutorial! I can't wait to have an excuse to try this. Thank you so much for sharing it with us. I have one question. If my local supplier doesn't carry wafer it there something else I can use? Or do you know of anywhere I can get it? The only good store for that is Michaels and I', not sure if I seen them there. Thanks again!! :)
Darthstefeny: I can't think of a substitute but if you search online, there are several places to purchase it. I have at least one on my blog but I'm fairly certain that CC won't allow me to post that here. Michaels doesn't carry it. Yet. Thanks for your kind comments!
A fanatstic how to!! your #1 fan!
This is the BOMB!!! I can't wait to try it. Just subscribed to your blog. Girl, you are sooooo talented!!!
could you just use white wilton sugar sheets instead of the wafer paper? you use the black ones, so why not the white ones? there isn't too much of a difference on thickness or flexibility is there?
cake-luv: when I tried it the outer layer cracked. For whatever reason, the wafer paper is just flexible enough not to. You may have better luck with it than I however so why not give it a try on just one petal to see?
What a great idea and an excellent tutorial. Thank you for sharing!
im going to buy the supplies today, cant wait to try it!!!!!!!!
Am so so impressed u guys re wonderful.Thanks a million can't wait to try it out
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