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Applying Pearl Dust and/or Color Dust to Sugar Sheets
Bring out the color of your Sugar Sheets! flowers with a few brushstrokes of Wilton Pearl Dust or Color Dust. Use a contrasting shade to highlight the flower center or on petal edges.
Applying Sugar to Sugar Sheets
Your Sugar Sheets! decorations really sizzle when you add colorful sugars or sparkles on top! Go with a bolder shade or and a kicky contrasting color.
Creasing Sugar Sheets
Give Sugar Sheets! flower petals or leaves dimension by folding a gentle crease down the center.
Curling Sugar Sheets
In nature, many leaves have a natural curled shape. You can create this effect in seconds with Sugar Sheets! leaves. Alternate the direction of the curl to vary the look in your bouquets.
Curliques with Sugar Sheets
Twisted strips of Sugar Sheets! make ideal streamers or curling ribbon to accent bows. They bring a sense of motion to any treat!
Flower Cupping in Formers with Sugar Sheets
Use Wilton cups and candy plate cavities to create the curved shape without pressing on the center.
Fringing Sugar Sheets
Cut slits along the edge of Sugar Sheets! to make grass, hair, hat trims and more. You can also roll up your fringed piece and secure the ends to make tassels and hair tufts.
Pleated Fan with Sugar Sheets
If you love the texture that draped fondant brings to your cakes, try this easy Sugar Sheets! technique. Flexibility makes Sugar Sheets! a great material for creating deeply ridged decorations.
Quilling Loops with Sugar Sheets
Thin strips of Sugar Sheets! bring big impact when looped together. The quilling effect of placing groups of loops together to build shapes like the flower shown here creates a breathtaking look.
Transferring Patterns on Sugar Sheets
Sugar Sheets! bring the ease of paper crafting to cake decorating. There’s no better example of this than being able to trace and cut any shape you want onto the back. Create your own pattern or use one that’s part of your Wilton design.