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Making Small Pretty Flowers Using The Mixed Blossom Flower Making Kit

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Create a cascade of mixed blossoms suitable for cupcakes or a cake using the Mixed Blossom Flower Making Kit. This amazing little kit includes 6 different flower cutters and a versatile mould that works wonders with every cutter, shaping and embossing each flower. The Renshaw Flower & Modelling paste can be rolled out very fine and releases perfectly from the mould ready to use or they can be left to dry hard overnight.

Kit includes:

Blossom Sugar Art ‘Set of 5 Small Cutters’

Blossom Sugar Art ‘Blossom Cutter & Mould’

Renshaw Flower & Modelling Paste 250g

You Will Need:

Consumables

Sugarpaste Blush Pink (Sattina)

Flower & Modelling Paste (Renshaw)

Edible Glue

Royal icing

Daffodil Paste Colour (Sugarflair)

Baby Pink Paste Colour (Sugarflair)

Tangerine Blossom Tint (Sugarflair)

Mini Pearl Balls

Tools

Set of 5 Small Cutters (Blossom Sugar Art)

Blossom Cutter and mould (Blossom Sugar Art)

Non-stick rolling pin

Non-stick board

Cornflour pouch

Soft dusting brush

1.Colour small amounts of Renshaw Flower & Modelling Paste with the Sugarflair Daffodil and Baby Pink paste and roll out to about 1mm in thickness.

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2.Using 2 sets of cutters by Blossom Sugar Art (the set of 5 small cutters and the blossom cutter and mould set) cut out flowers in white, pink and yellow. To shape and emboss each flower dust the blossom mould using the cornflour pouch and place the cut outflower into the mould.

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3.Fold the mould over the flower, pressing down lightly. Place the flower in the foam flower pad to set.

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4.To make the flowers all slightly different, dust a few of the centres with tangerine blossom tint, add mini white pearl centres to others and you can even double up on the petals by layering a small flower on top of a larger one.

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5.Attach the flowers to your cake with a dot of royal icing.

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6.Create these floral cupcakes by piping a swirl of buttercream using the 1M tube then gently press each flower into place to create a colourful cascade.

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