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Tuesday, May 5, 2009

2 Dimensional Fondant Flowers


2 Dimensional Fondant Flowers



Tulips

Take two shades of pink fondant, roll into sausages and twist together,
and mash together slightly.

Roll out thinly, and cut three petals with a rose petal cutter.

Cut a small V, using the v shaped end of your rose cutter,
on one petal ( as shown)

Creating the center of the tulip.
Press into an impression mat, then apply the center petal on the end of your
Piped or fondant green stem.

Press the other two petals into the impression mat and
place on each side of Tulip center. (as shown)



Trumpet flower

Take a small ball of lilac or pink fondant.
Press between thumb and forefinger as shown.

Using your ball tool, flatten end
of gumpaste and thin edges.

Roll pinched end of flower into a long funnel,
fold sides to back and roll the thinned
Edge over the front, creating a trumpet flower.

Apply on greenery on Cake.

Repeat the process in a lighter shade of pink or lilac and
Place on top of the first trumpet flower.






Photography and Tutorial by Jacque Benson
All rights reserved 2009.
Material in this tutorial cannot be reproduced for commercial purposes without
Permission from author.

12 comments:

  1. I'm extremely happy that I discovered your blog as I'm starting to use fondant and gumpaste and have so much to learn about cake decorating. Thanks for all these lovely tutorials.
    Beautiful flowers, can't wait to see more.

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  2. Hi,

    I just came across your blog and I am thankful for the excellent tutorials you have here. Love it.

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  3. I love those 2D flowers! Thank you for all the ideas that you give me!

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  4. thank you for this tutorial. I love!

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  5. beautiful work...thank you. love the tutorial.

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  6. Thank you ladies for your lovely comments!!

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  7. Wonderful tutorial Jacque!! Love the background layout you chose also!! It's fun!!

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  8. Thank you for the flower tutorial Jacque!! :o)

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  9. Jacque, that is just amazing! I love this! I want to try it on a cake all in white. I love white cakes and this would add so much

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  10. This is so nice and simple at the same time, thanks for sharing it with us , I'll try it asap on a cake! Thank you Jack :-)Ciao, Tina

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