How to Make Fondant Fantasy Flowers

Learn to make easy fondant fantasy flowers with this step-by-step tutorial. Great for decorating cakes and cupcakes. Basic tools needed!

Today, I am sharing a tutorial for these beautiful easy fondant fantasy flowers.

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I chose to go with a purple and green color theme and loved how the cake turned out.

I also made 2 tiered square cake but you can follow the same design pattern on a circle cake too.

This would be a great cake for modern wedding parties.

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To make these easy fondant fantasy flowers, you will need the following SUPPLIES:

MY OTHER RECIPES

Purple marshmallow fondant
Green marshmallow fondant
Small heart cutter
Big circle cutter
Small circle cutter
Paintbrush
Water
Flower forming cups

These are the INSTRUCTIONS:

Step 1:
Roll out purple fondant.
Cut out 1 big and 1 small circular piece.
Also, cut out many small heart pieces.

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Step 2:
Brush water on the outer edge of the circle pieces.
Stick the heart pieces in a circular formation until you have a row of hearts.

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Step 3:
Brush some water on the inside of the circle.
Stick more heart pieces here, until you have another row of hearts.

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Step 4:
Brush water on the inside of the circle again.
Stick more heart pieces here, until you have another row of hearts.

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Step 5:
Make 2 little balls of green fondant.
Stick them in the center of each flower with some water.
Place these fantasy flowers in flower forming cups.
Let them dry overnight or until they harden.

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Then, use these fondant fantasy flowers to decorate your cakes and cupcakes.

By the way, if your fondant covered cake is driving you crazy with UGLY bubbles, bumps and tears. Then, do this little trick => Cut out some weird and irregular shapes of fondant. Start sticking them on to your cake randomly by brushing some water or corn syrup and voila… all flaws get covered up!

Well, that’s all for today.

Until next time, tata my lovelies!

30 Comments

  1. Abeer

    March 1, 2013 at 4:05 pm

    @ Asmita… Awww. I would have gladly shared whatever I know with you 🙁

  2. Cakegirl's Kitchen

    March 2, 2013 at 8:04 pm

    I love this…. I wish I had the patience.

  3. Abeer

    March 5, 2013 at 1:53 pm

    @ Cakegirl’s Kitchen… I never thought i had patience before i started cake decorating. Give it a shot… you would be surprised at the patience that suddenly takes over you…lol

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