Christmas Flower Cupcakes

December 16th, 2013 | Posted by Louisa Russell in Uncategorized


Festive cupcakes using a Petunia Mould

How to make a Poinsettia flower

example

Roll out the icing.

Using the Petunia cutter, cut out two flowers.

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 Carefully remove the excess icing from the two flowers.

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Place the flower onto the Mould and line up the petals.

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Press the Mould firmly to add detail and veining to your flower.

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 Gently lift the flower using a brush.

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 Using a brush, dust your flowers with  Edible Festive Red Colour.

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 In the centre of the bottom flower, place a small amount of Edible Glue.

Rotate the second flower so that the petals are not aligned.

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 Using a fine paint brush, detail the flower with Edible Gold Shimmer,

 Add water or alcohol to the shimmer to paint fine details.

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 Glue a gold pearl in the centre of the flower.

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Dip your cupcake into melted chocolate and sprinkle with Emerald Edible Glitter.

Place your decorated flower onto your cupcake.

 

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