Planning to make a wedding cake? Here are a few Sugar cosmos flower tutorials that will teach you how to make gumpaste flowers for your cakes. Learn to make wedding cakes flowers using sugar paste and flower making tools
Not just wedding cakes, but cosmos flowers can take any occasion cakes to the next level with its beauty and colorful palette. Their quick to make as compared to the other flowers like peony, dahlia, etc and can be made with fondant or gum paste
Sugar Cosmos Flower tutorials (Videos)
How to make a Gumpaste Cosmos Flower Tutorial by CakesbyLynz
Gumpaste Cosmo Flower Tutorial by Gourmet Gateaux
Cosmos by Samantha Liang Cake Artistry
How To Make A Fondant/Gumpaste Cosmos Flower Tutorial by Cake Nation
Anand Kumar's Cosmos Tutorial by Sugar Flower Master Anand Kumar
Gumpaste Cosmea Tutorial by Aleksa Cakes
How to Make a Realistic Gumpaste Cosmos Flower by FiveTwoBaker
How to make Cosmos by tudomi (Wondering if making these with buttercream is easier? Indeed, it is !!)
Images for Inspiration
Here are a few cosmos flowers made from artist around the world. These are really easy to make and can be made in so many colors. Not just for wedding cakes but perfect for a beach party or Hawaiian Birthday cake as well. From dark shades to pastel light colors, they look good in all forms
So, get inspired with these gorgeous flower works, and get creative with these ideas for your next cake project
Flowers by - Chanda Rozario, kiaras cakes design, La Lavande Sugar Florist, Butterfly Cakes and Bakes, Sweet Couture, CakesbyLynz, Gabi Schnell, Darina, malgosiab, JarkaSipkova, Agnes Havan
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