Cherry Blossoms

Decorating By jastaus Updated 29 Mar 2008 , 4:26pm by lecrn

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jastaus Posted 29 Mar 2008 , 7:57am
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Do they make a cutter just for these. Or if not which cutter should be used and where is the best place to buy.


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kakeladi Posted 29 Mar 2008 , 3:31pm
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You must be wanting to make them in gp.
I would think a small apple blossom - or for that matter any small 5 petal round cutter w/work.
If you know how to make apple blossoms you've got it madeicon_smile.gif
Cherry blossoms differ in color depending on the variety of cherry, but basically they are a small 5 petal, slightly cupped blossom that is (usually) white in the center w/light pink edges. The center is a tiny yellow star w/many, many stamen.
Thin each petal edge - they can ruffle slightly. HTH

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JenniferMI Posted 29 Mar 2008 , 3:38pm
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E-mail me, I can give you info on an awesome veiner!

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lecrn Posted 29 Mar 2008 , 4:26pm
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I agree if you can make an apple blossom, you can make a cherry blossom. Basically, cut out the flower, thin the edges, and cup ea. petal with the ball tool. For the centers I use a sm. ball of yellow gp and make spiked cuts on the top with cosmetic scissors. That gives an appearance of stamen. Do a google search for cherry blossom images and look at the coloring of the flowers. I just made a cake with cherry blossoms. I have a pic. in the gallery.

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