Korean-Style Intricate Buttercream Flowers

Decorating By riceandflower Updated 25 Jan 2018 , 2:18pm by jchuck

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riceandflower Posted 25 Jan 2018 , 3:10am
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Hello all, 

My name is Seyun, I am a owner/designer of a buttercream flowercake studio "Rice & Flower", based in New York City.


I know Wilton style buttercream flowers are very wide-spread, but Korean-style buttercream flowers are probably fairly new to many decorators. The focus is on high-level of intricacy, details and one-of-a-kind coloring-- which are major components to creating a beautiful, realistic-looking flowercakes. I am hoping to introduce these techniques to fellow cake enthusiasts! Any questions, comments are welcome. :) Would love to share and talk!

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littlejewel Posted 25 Jan 2018 , 1:25pm
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I never knew Korean method was buttercream, so thanks for the explanation.  Will your class be online with one of those companies that offer claas on line?

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jchuck Posted 25 Jan 2018 , 2:18pm
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Gorgeous flowers, beautiful colours. Korean buttercream has been a confusing topic. Many decorators trying to find a recipe to replicate. Not a easy task. Will you be sharing your recipe or creating a platform to sell the recipe and tutorial?

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