Sugarcraft Flowers: 25 Step-by-step Projects for Simple Garden Flowers

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New Holland, 2006 - Cooking - 80 pages
Cakes are as popular as vases for displaying flowers—except that the sweet blossoms that bloom here are the artistry of sugarcrafters. Anybody can master the art of creating marvelously realistic sugar flowers—and exquisite-looking desserts—with these simple instructions, step-by-step illustrations, and close-up photos of the finished product. The emphasis is firmly on the simple garden flowers that most people love, from delicate freesias, pansies, and daisies to favorites such as roses and carnations to bold sunflowers and poppies. A special section explains how to arrange flowers into sprays and bouquets. These designs will add beauty to any table.

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About the author (2006)

Claire Webb is an experienced sugarcrafter who has previously written two books on the subject. She runs her own business making sugarcraft flowers as well as having an old-fashioned sweet shop. She lives in England in Diss, Norfolk.

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