In this cake decorating tutorial video, seriousCakes teaches you How to create royal icing flowers like hydrangeas, gerber dasies and royal icing roses for your wedding cake, birthday cake, or cupcakes
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The air drying would definitely come in handy when you need to make a whole lot of flowers for one project, say a wedding cake. Hope you like it!!
Thank you, I can't wait to try it out and I have a lazy susan that I can use! And little taste testers too! :-D
If you wanted to make a large hydrangea (ball shape)like a real one, how would you get it to stay in form? Also your video beginning, mentioned air drying buttercream flowers. I have done this for small roses #104, but I need to do very larges roses almost like the size of a regular long stem rose. What size tip should I use and is it feasable to do this size for a side grouping on a wedding cake?
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