Create this beautiful floral masterpiece with the help of our Nature Designs Gum Paste & Fondant Mold. From blossoms, to branches to birds, the designs come together for a fondant cake that celebrates nature?s beauty.
In advance, make top tier tree branch arrangement. Tint fondant as follows: 4 oz. brown with 1/2 teaspoon Gum Tex, 4 oz. light rose with 1/2 teaspoon Gum Tex, 2 oz. light blue with 1/4 teaspoon Gum Tex. Tint remaining fondant light moss green, remove 2 oz. and tint to a medium moss green adding 1/4 teaspoon Gum-Tex; set aside light moss green fondant .
Mold several different shape tree limbs, leaves and birds. Press fondant into cornstarch-dusted molds, roll with small fondant roller and carefully remove with paring knife greased with shortening. Set fondant pieces aside on cornstarch-covered boards.
To make bottom tier arrangements, press fondant into branches, leaves, flowers and birds, making sure to dust each mold with cornstarch prior to molding. Roll with small fondant roller. Trim excess fondant with paring knife greased with shortening. Carefully remove from mold with knife. Attach bottom tier tree branch pieces to cake with tip 3 dots of icing. Attach top tier tree branch arrangement with tip 3 dots of icing to those areas where pieces stand above or away from cake.
Mom always took pride in the pictures you drew at school. Now give her a new picture for her special day?a sweet fondant cake accented with a garden of blossoms and vines, hand-painted with icing colors.
A vision in white fondant, delicate ribbon roses cover the sides of this cake. It?s perfect to serve at anniversaries, wedding showers or winter celebrations. Our great tasting Decorator Preferred Fondant is easy to use to form your flowers.
Speed up the decorating process with a few nifty tools. Use our Decorating Comb to create narrow or wide ridges in iced surfaces and a Decorator Dessert Pro® to apply icing in interesting ways and shapes.