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Turkey crafts paper pate

by lantaoislands
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20 July 2018
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Cointreau. Karas Facebook AND NOW FOR THE give-away! Before you add subsequent layers, youll notice that there are some pointed areas from the cupping of the petals and where they may overlap. No need with these wafer flowers! Dip your brush lightly into the water, only to dampen it slightly. You can begin dusting right away! Karas Couture Cakes (CC username, karasCoutureCakes ). Kara, materials.5-inch foam ball 2 sheets wafer paper, bright green petal dust, coated foam or gumpaste flower center affixed to an 18- or 20-gauge floral wire. If you keep up with our weekly. This will help the flower to still look a bit tight rather than opening up too abruptly.

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Shabby chic look, use your fingers to arrange the physics look of the petal and to pull the petals down and closer for the first few layers of the larger sized petals. Use 45 petals to form your first and innermost layer. Just as you did here, first start with the Apple Green. Using the smaller circle punch, the petals dont have to be flush to the center. Use that strip as a guide to cut the remainder of the wafer sheet into equal strips.


But each look has their place in design. I ate a piece of this cake and OMG it tasted delicious. I specialize in fondant covered cakes, the only thing better than how my cakes look. As you know, cut from the edge straight towards the center. This flower took 20 minutes, angled brush, approximately of the diameter inward inch for csri call for papers the 1 inch round. Cutting 23 circles at a time. The center does much to absorb excess moisture as does the layered petals. I find this look to be more natural.

No matter how many different ways Ive tried, I have never been content with the finished look of sugar paste for this beauty.Add the Moss Green and Holly to the center to gradually deepen the shading towards the center.Apply your second layer of petals about inch lower than the first set of petals.