How To: Make a tulip from the cover of New Moon out of fondant for a cake

Make a tulip from the cover of New Moon out of fondant for a cake

Hosting a Twilight-themed party? Of course you're going to want a cake! This video shows you how to use gumpaste or fondant to make a ruffled tulip like the one on the cover of New Moon. Fondant is an edible, easy to work with material that you can use to shape just about any kind of cake decoration you can think of. You'll need: wire, wire cutters, a rolling pin, a cutting board, grease, water, an orchid press, a veining tool, a fondant cutter and a thin piece of foam.

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There is so much more to any tulip center. It would have been much more helpful to see this,otherwise the petals have a big empty spot in the middle. The petals can also be hard to keep in place while wrapping if the one making the flower is inexperienced. I like the rest of the video,just needs to have more to actually show a finished flower.

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