How Do You Do This Pattern?

Decorating By cakechic87 Updated 18 Apr 2013 , 3:05pm by kazita

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cakechic87 Posted 18 Apr 2013 , 1:55pm
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How do you do the Chevron pattern like on this cake? Any links to tutorials or videos would be helpful! Is there a cutter or mold that you use? And do you hand paint the gold onto the pattern while it's on the cake?


I also need help with the flowers, what kind of flowers are on this cake? I know the bottom flower is a large rose, but what are the others?


Last thing, I only have one rose cutter, from the wilton flower cutter set, but it doesn't make roses that big. Where can I buy a cutter set that makes very large roses? Or is there a tutorial on how to make them.


Thanks in advance! Here is a photo of the cake...

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cazza1 Posted 18 Apr 2013 , 2:29pm
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Craftsy has a course on putting stripes etc on cakes.  The method would work very well for Chevrons.

The small pink flowers, next to the rose, look like hydrangers and the white flowers look like pulled flowers, both on another crafty course.

The blue buds look like balls of icing on wires.

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kazita Posted 18 Apr 2013 , 2:59pm
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AHere's a video on how to do the Chevron. She makes it look easy.

Here's a video on how to make a large rose. I would imagine you can buy the rose cutter from there store online.

Here's a hydrangea cutter

Here's the rose cutters Not cheap

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