Item# WLPROJ-8914

Blossoming Spring Flowers Cake

Item No. WLPROJ-8914
Amount
About 12 servings
Skill Level
None

Buttercream flowers in pretty pastels create a garden of sweetness on this cake that's perfect for bridal showers, weddings, Easter or Mother's Day. Showcase your decorating skills using icing colors and the Master Tip Set to recreate this stunning cake.

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    Zinnia
    Zinnia

    When piping the Zinnia, the ball flower center has a lot to do with the final shape. For a perfectly shaped flower, make the ball a little flatter, more like the shape of a half orange.

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    How to Pipe a Pull-Out Star

    The star tip creates the most celebrated, easily accomplished decorations! The pull-out star technique can be used for fun, furry creatures, or for textured hair for your cakes.

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    How to Make Icing Roses

    Roses make the perfect gift, especially icing roses on top of a cake. With these easy steps and some practice, you’ll be piping roses that look like they’ve just been picked from a garden!

    How to Pipe a Daisy
    How to Pipe a Daisy

    Try some fun color combinations: yellow petals with yellow or blue centers, violet or blue petals with yellow centers and peach petals with orange centers. Highlight centers with Wilton Cake Sparkles, or colored sugars.

    How to Pipe a Buttercream Pansy
    How to Pipe a Pansy

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    Sweet Peas
    Sweet Peas

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    The Chrysanthemum is a fall classic but can be seen on cakes year-round in many seasonal colors. And it’s easier to pipe than you would think. The secret to success--the curved opening of specialty tip 81 used with a simple leaf-making motion.

    Violet
    Violet

    The Violet is an ideal ?filler? flower. Use it to give an abundant look to all kinds of floral cakes. It looks beautiful in white and yellow as well as violet.

    How to Pipe Swirl Drop Flowers
    How to Pipe Swirl Drop Flowers

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    How to Make an Icing Primrose
    How to Make an Icing Primrose

    The primrose is a flat flower with detailed petals. The key to the heart-shaped petals is perfecting a "curve-dip-curve" motion as you spin the flower nail. In nature, you will find them in a variety of colors, including deep pink, purple, orange and yellow.

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    Stunning Succulent Cakes

    Learn how to use the decorating tips in your collection to create amazing blooming succulents. Great for tea parties, birthdays, bridal showers and weddings, these stunning mini cakes are a great way to showcase your decorating skills. Mix and match succulent styles and colors to create the edible garden of your dreams!