Anemone Flower Gumpaste for Decorating Fondant Cake

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Anemone Flower Gumpaste for Decorating Fondant Cake

Tutorial: Anemone Flower Gumpaste for Decorating Fondant Cake

It’s very easy to create a simple and elegant Anemone flower gumpaste using fondant. Everyone can do this.



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  1. CakeDelicate, 2 years ago Reply

    pls can i ask, where do you buy your things to use? Is it online?
    I love your tutorials :) trying to get some inspiration among all thos video’s!
    Keep up the good job!!!


  2. tryingcake, 2 years ago Reply

    Love your video!!!! I can’t wait to try these. You can make sugar flower glue by mixing water and Tylose powder. Easy-Peasy and lasts a long time.


  3. bymeryng, 2 years ago Reply

    @shilohandmichelle Hi there, it is called SUGAR FLOWER GLUE, alas it is made in Australia, by Carolines Sugar Art. Please google it, (i think i am not allowed to place a link here) Maybe she will post it to where you are… good luck :)


  4. shilohandmichelle, 2 years ago Reply

    @bymeryng Thank you! I don’t have any cake decorating stores near me except for Hobby Lobby and Micheal’s. Is there a certain brand I should look for? What exactly is it called? When I searched for sugar glue online I couldn’t find it.


  5. bymeryng, 2 years ago Reply

    @shilohandmichelle hi… try cake decorating store, or buy it online… it is heaps better than water and gumpaste mix… and it’s great for more delicate shapes good luck.


  6. shilohandmichelle, 2 years ago Reply

    Great tutorial. Being a self taught cake artist these videos are so helpful! I do have a question about your tools. Where can I buy the sugar glue with the brush? I usually mix water and gumpaste to make my own glue, but this seems so much easier, especially if I have a small and quick job to do!


  7. bymeryng, 2 years ago Reply

    @docgroovy hello there, it’s a foam mat.. especially for thinning flower petals.. it needs to be soft enough so the icing won’t fall apart, hope this helps :)


  8. SelinasVideos, 2 years ago Reply

    How many stamens do you use for this flower?


  9. docgroovy, 2 years ago Reply

    what mat r u using? Is that a silicon mat?


  10. bymeryng, 2 years ago Reply

    @MIssTouver Hi the black steams are from cake deco shop, I believe you can also get them online… I am using Wilton gel fondant colouring.. they are easy to work with, all the best :)


  11. MIssTouver, 2 years ago Reply

    where did yoy get the black flowers stems? can you eat them? and btw loved it! i whish my black gel color would work like that, the one i have is a mess and everything ended black i had the time of my life washing it out! :S


  12. bymeryng, 2 years ago Reply

    @avivelevovii you can use any 5 petals cutter to achieve the same shape


  13. bymeryng, 2 years ago Reply

    @dingbat183 oh I used a special mould for the centre of the flowers.


  14. bymeryng, 2 years ago Reply

    @dingbat183 oh I used a special mould for the centre of the flowers.


  15. MrsBaity, 2 years ago Reply

    @dingbat183 I am not 100% sure of how she did it, but you could achieve this look by using royal icing tinted black piped with a writing tube, or make a center as she did in the video, but w/o the dent in the middle and stamens, then go back in with little balls of black gum paste and glue them on individually. Hope this helps!


  16. dingbat183, 2 years ago Reply

    How did you make the other center for the flower shown in the picture…the one without the stamens…


  17. avivelevovii, 2 years ago Reply

    Do you think there’s something else I can use for making those flower petals?


  18. bymeryng, 2 years ago Reply

    @parisat1 Hello, the cutter is called ORCHARD FIVE PETAL FLOWER CUTTER, they come in various sizes. Any cake decorating shop at your town should have them. Good luck :)


  19. parisat1, 2 years ago Reply

    @bymeryng I wanted to know where to purchase the large petal cutter that your using in this video (TUTORIAL Anemone Flower Gumpaste for Decorating Fondant Cake)


  20. bymeryng, 2 years ago Reply

    @starbuckgeisha many thanks, will do more soon :)


  21. starbuckgeisha, 2 years ago Reply

    wonderful tutorial. Thanks!


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