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Rolled fondant has become a popular decorating option – it's so easy to shape so even less experienced decorators can create something lovely. This is a great example. The quilted texture on the cake looks great against the bold, multi-hued daffodils.
Warm up the anniversary gathering or wedding reception with a dash of fresh peach. It’s the ideal color to complement your table linens or floral arrangements.
Stand-Up Cuddly Bear cake asks, “How Does Her Garden Grow?” Now she’s outside to plant more flowers with her hoe and sun-blocking bonnet. (For black areas, start with chocolate icing so less icing color will be needed.)
Candy clay is a pliable, fondant-like icing you can use to make flowers instead of using royal icing. Our Hearts Treasure Cake, topped by a monogrammed candy plaque, is decorated with candy clay roses and mini flowers you make ahead of time.
This stand-up bear cake and cub cookies are a sweet way to give Mom flowers on her special day! Make the fondant flowers in advance and add that lively touch of color with brushstrokes of Pearl Dust.
Beautiful flowers are blossoming up the sides of this botanic masterpiece. Fondant leaves and blooms make the cake come to life in a rainbow of colors.
Your Valentines will stand up and cheer for these 3-D treats! The oh-so-tasty base is a crisped rice cereal mixture in a candy shell topped by holiday sprinkles.
Finely detailed, layered flower decorations are easily created with Sugar Sheets! Cutting Inserts. The look is captivating!
Personalized cookies will be a hit when you Name That Bloom after each guest. Use them on the table as place cards, standing in a wrapped craft block as a centerpiece or wrapped individually as part of a birthday loot bag!
Imagine her surprise when she sees her cake surrounded by a fondant ribbon rose fanfare. Watch our online video.
Statuesque treats stand ready to please! Build the confections from candy-covered cake squares, Candy Melts® fence posts and candy blooms formed in our Dancing Daisy Lollipop Mold.
Welcome spring with sprays of royal icing flowers! Set over your iced cupcakes, they’ll create an edible centerpiece for a family dinner, shower or dessert table.
Candy-coated cookies are always a welcome treat, especially when they’re so easy to make. Our Round Cookie Treat Pan, Wilton Candy Melts® and Candy Color Sets are a few of your “gardening” tools you’ll need to create these flower inspired lollipops.
Cover cupcakes with icing “grass”, and then plant a decorated egg cookie on top. You have created a double treat for Easter morning—cookie and cupcake!
Fun flower cookie pops are as sweet as a sunny spring day! The Star Cookie Treat Pan bakes up the perfect shape for making the daffodil petals in bright Color Flow icing.
Molded candy base and a sweet bunny display the fondant basket created using the Planter fondant Mold Set. Fill it full of fondant flowers and use it for your Easter table place card holders.