10 Tutorials to Master Sugar and Buttercream Flowers

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Gum Paste Flower Tools

Whether it’s a single statement sugar flower or a full cascade complete with foliage, gum paste or sugar flowers are showstoppers at any event! Before you get started, join cake designer Rachael Teufel in this video as she shares all the tools you need in your kit to create lifelike gum paste flowers.

Gum Paste Flower Basics: The Stephanotis

If you’re ready to start your sugar flower journey, a classic Stephanotis flower is the place to start! Grab your gum paste tools and meet cake designer Rachael Teufel in the kitchen as she walks you through creating one of the most common flowers used in wedding arrangements and boutonnieres.

Coloring Sugar Flowers with Petal Dust

Applying edible petal dust on gum paste or sugar flowers is an easy way to enhance them and accentuate all the natural details! Come along with cake designer Rachael Teufel as she demonstrates the simple process of adding color to create depth and dimension in any sugar flower.

Arranging Sugar Flowers

After investing all that time into creating each petal and leaf by cutting, shaping, drying, dusting and wrapping, it’s finally time for all of that hard work to pay off! In this final step to creating sugar flowers, cake designer Rachael Teufel helps you pull it all together and shows you two ways of creating beautiful sugar flower arrangements.

All-Over Sugar Flower Cake

Starting with a freshly iced Swiss meringue buttercream cake, cake designer Rachael Teufel creates a beautiful cascade of variegated blue hydrangea flowers. Follow along as Rachael shares her technique for layering petals to create a beautiful mound at the top that wraps around the edges and reaches almost to the bottom.

Filling Multicolored Piping Bags

Head into the kitchen with cake designer Rachael Teufel as she shares her techniques for filling up those piping bags with two or more colors without any special tools or couplers.

How to Cut Your Piping Bag to Create Leaves and Roses

Did you know you can create beautiful floral designs without any piping tips or special tools? In this free lesson, cookie artist Maddie Gartmann shows you how easy it is to create beautiful rosettes and leaves with nothing more than a piping bag and a pair of scissors.

How to Pipe Buttercream Roses & Leaves

Continue to work on your piping skills by learning to pipe the classic buttercream rose and some filler leaves with Jenny McCoy’s step-by-step instructions. While these flowers take a bit more hand control, don’t stress! Jenny shows you the exact placement and angle for each petal.

Piping Flowers with Russian Tips

Skip the time-consuming process of making buttercream flowers petal by petal with the help of Russian piping tips. Join cake designer Rachael Teufel as she shows you how to create beautiful flowers with detailed centers and petals in a mater of moments.

Palette Knife Floral Texture

Come along with cake designer Rachael Teufel as she shows you just how easy it is to create a gorgeous buttercream cake using a few inexpensive palette knives.

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