Flower Cake Decorations
Make one full-bloom yellow blossom, two solid rose blossoms and one yellow/rose blossom as follows:
Roll out tinted fondant OR gum paste and cut blossoms using second smallest (2 1/2 in.) blossom cookie cutter. For full-bloom yellow blossom, this will be bottom row of petals; cut top row using smallest (1 1/2 in.) blossom cookie cutter. Using craft knife, cut between all petal divisions to 3/4 in. deep.
Place flowers on foam and use ball tool from confectionery tool set to thin and fan out petals. Let dry in cornstarch-dusted Mini Ball Pan.
For full-bloom yellow blossom, attach top and bottom rows of petals with brush dipped in water. For centers of solid rose and full-bloom blossoms, cut a 5/8 in. wide x 5 in. long strip of tinted fondant or gum paste. Roll up strip in four complete turns, pinching at bottom and trimming excess with each turn. For center of Flower #3, roll a 3/4 in. of rose-tinted fondant or gum paste. Attach centers to flowers with fondant or gum paste.
Using royal icing, pipe tip 2 swirls on solid rose petals and center of yellow/rose blossom.
Using fondant or gum paste, attach centers to flowers and flowers to wire wrapped in florist tape.
Prepared Ready-to-Use FONDANT
Variety of packaging options: Pure White, Neon Colors, Pastel Colors or Primary colors.
3 Flower Cutter Shapes
For Fondant, Icing shapes and more
Re-usable Mini Metal Cut Out Set
Versatile uses include mini cookies and arts & craft projects.
Patterns, colorful photos and directions for a lot of birthday, bridal, baby showers and fun ways to use prepared Fondant. Using fondant, to me, is like playing with clay! A fun activity to do with children.
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