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#1 Threelittleducks

Posted 26 February 2013 - 03:49 PM

Hi guys

I would like to make something similar to this cake for my daughter's birthday.


It says she has made the Daisies following a Wilton course, but the link is broken. I can't find this daisy on the Wilton page. Does anyone know which mold or cut-out she has used?

Also, would you only cover the bottom of the cake in the yellow fondant? I was thinking a white mud with white ganache.

Thanks for your help

#2 klr70

Posted 26 February 2013 - 03:55 PM

The link on the "mini daisy cupcakes" page works. I've copied it for you here

It shows which Wilton things to use for the daisies.


#3 Threelittleducks

Posted 26 February 2013 - 04:02 PM

Thanks for that. I tried that also and couldn't make it work....not my day!


#4 JuniorMint

Posted 26 February 2013 - 04:06 PM

I have a set of 3 little daisy fondant plungers which would work well for this.  I got mine from Kitchen warehouse for about $5.00.

I have also seen them at the Bake Boss shop and another local cake decorating store.

Very easy to use.

Good luck.

#5 HGL

Posted 26 February 2013 - 04:11 PM

These daisies would be super easy to make. You just need a daisy cutter (doesn't have to be a plunger type). Roll out white fondant, cut, then use a small balling tool (pearl pin head would work) and draw down each petal from the centre to the tip on a foam mat. Allow to dry on some dimpled foam to keep some shape, then glue a little ball of yellow fondant in the centre.
It's time consuming but easy.

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