Sugar bouquet with rugosa rose

Contents 02h 27min
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Whats inside

🌹 Sugar flowers of several types

Learn how to make different types of sugar flowers.

🧰 Tools and materials

The tutor gives the list of useful tools that you need to prepare before starting your work.

🎨 Painting secrets

Watch how to paint the fondant flower details with gel or dry food dyes, how to shade, blur and smooth the colors.

🖌️ Varnishing technique

You'll see how to cover the fondant elements with confectionery varnish, and will learn how to add the glossiness to your composition if you have no varnish.

🍃 Natural look

Your flowers and leaves will look just like the original.

Whats's in the class

1Instruments

The sugar floristry master explains all the important details considering the tools you need. Watch it carefully, as you will have to use these instruments every time you want to make a sugar flower.

2Dogwood flowers

This will be an excellent addition to your sugar-flower composition - a soft pink dogwood flower. He will decorate the birthday cake and make the cake original. It will take you less than 20 minutes to learn how to create such a beauty. You will learn how to give delicate flower petals and leaves a natural look through shape, texture and color.

3Jasmine flowers

Delicate and light, spring-like fragrant Chinese jasmine - it's impossible not to fall in love with this flower. Do you want it to bloom on your cake?

4Sugar peas flower

Charming sweet peas from fondant. Due to its universal size, it looks great not only on the cake, but also in a live bouquet. And it's extremely easy to create.

5Dendrobium orchid

The orchid is called the flower of passion. Place it in your composition, and it will transform. Unusually stylish, the orchid harmoniously looks in any bouquet. Curly petals emphasize the showiness of large flowers, and the medium size goes well with small ones.

6Cordyline leaves

Masterfully executed foliage will bring liveliness and naturalism to the bouquet - both ordinary and sugar. Learn how to create colorful and juicy cordyline leaves that will fill in unwanted voids in the composition, give it brightness and volume.

7Rugosa rose

Cloudy-light rugosa rose is good on its own, and in a bouquet, and on a cake. This elegant decor is easier to make than a regular rose with many petals, and its airy appearance does not weigh down the composition.

8Bouquet assembly

You've made all the elements, and now watch how to assemblge a gorgeous composition!

Rose, the Queen of Flowers, and her retinue - that's is exactly what this composition looks like.

Evgeniya Bocharova, an experienced master of sugar floristry, who devoted a series of lessons to this topic, proposes to make a whole bouquet of sugar flowers.

Each of the flowers looks great separately, but together they make an amazing impression!

THANKS TO THIS MASTER CLASS, YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO:

  • make petals of various shapes and sizes from fondant;
  • apply tint so that the flower looks natural;
  • create sugar buds and leaves, also shading them;
  • assemble the twigs that look naturalistic;
  • assemble a bouquet properly - not only sugar one, but also a live one.

THE PARTS OF THE TUTORIAL ARE THE FOLLOWING:

Part 1. Dogwood

This will be an excellent addition to your sugar flowers composition - a soft pink dogwood flower. It will decorate the birthday cake and make the cake excellent.

Part 2. Jasmine

Delicate and light, spring-like fragrant Chinese jasmine - it's impossible not to fall in love with this flower. Do you want it to bloom on your cake?

Part 3. Sugar peas

Another masterpiece - charming sweet peas from fondant. Due to its universal size, it looks great not only on the cake, but also in a live bouquet. And it's extremely easy to create.

Part 4. Dendrobium orchid

The orchid is called the flower of passion. Place it in your composition, and it will transform. Unusually stylish, the orchid looks harmoniously in any bouquet. Curly petals emphasize the showiness of large flowers, and the medium size goes well with the small ones.

Part 5. Cordyline leaves

Masterfully executed foliage will bring liveliness and naturalism to the bouquet - both live and sugar. Learn how to create colorful and juicy Cordyline leaves that will fill the voids in the composition, give it brightness and volume.

Part 6. Rugosa rose

Cloudy-light rugosa rose is good on its own, as well as in a bouquet or on a cake. This elegant decoration is easier to make than the usual rose with many petals, and its airy appearance doesn't weigh down the composition of which it will become the center today.

Part 7. Bouquet assemlby

Evgeniya will tell you what size of flowers should be chosen for the composition, and show in practice how to assemble a bouquet correctly.

The master will share her experience on how to decorate a cake with sugar flowers so that the decoration looks professional.

Feel free to experiment and make changes to your liking! Thanks to Evgeniya's detailed explanations, it will not be difficult even for inexperienced confectioners!