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Monday, November 23, 2009

Autumn Maple leaf tutorial





Mame's Maple Leaf Instructions

Mame Recckio Wolfe-1/05/09


Maple Leaves:

1. Color gumpaste w/Ivory gel color
Ivory gumpaste takes Fall colors more naturally

2. Roll out gumpaste thin on flat side of CelBoard.

3. Lightly dust CelBoard with 50/50 Mix [Confectioners’ sugar/Cornstarch]

4. Cut out various sizes of Maple Leaves

5. Vein leaves using Maple/Grape leaf veiner

6. Using CelPin, soften edges – right side of leaf down

7. Slightly pinch along center vein

8. Place on gently crumbled foil squares to dry naturally

9. Dust in various Fall colors of petal dust [Brick/Golden/Kiwi/Pumpkin/Red]
Mame's Custom Made Petal Dusts



10. Steam

Leaves can also be wired
1. Follow above instructions but roll gumpaste out on grooved side of CelBoard
2. Turn board over
3. Lightly dust board

4. Place gumpaste on board and cut out Maple Leaf

5. Dip 26 gauge wire into gumpaste glue and insert into central vein

6. Vein with ridge-side up on veiner


7. Soften edges – vein side down
8. Allow to dry on foil squares
9. Cover wires with green or brown floral tape
10. Dust with petal dust
11. Steam


Mame's Autumn Leaves


Tutorial was created by Mame Recckio Wolfe-1/05/09-all rights reserved. This material may not be reproduced without the permission of the author.

Copy written © 2009 - Present Year Created by the author of the above work – Mame Recckio Wolfe

4 comments:

  1. Mame,
    This was a great step by step. So easy to follow!!
    Thank you for sharing!

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  2. Beautifully demonstrated. Thank you so much!

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  3. Were do you sel your natural dust powders? Do you have a web site . Thank you for the tutorial. Marg. Candybarpie@yahoo.ca

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  4. How long do you steam for?

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