Described by Chef Duff Goldman of Ace of Cakes as "hugely aspirational yet completely approachable," the authors demonstrate how to build up each flower using simple piping techniques that even the novice cake decorator will be able to achieve.
Learn how to make stable buttercream icing, get advice on colouring and flavouring, and all the basic cake decorating techniques you need, then discover 100 diverse buttercream flowers in step-by-step photographic detail. You will also find five full cake decorating projects demonstrating how you can use your newfound flower piping skills to create stunning cake designs.
With expert instruction from the best buttercream teachers in the world, and a huge range of flowers to try, this book is the ultimate reference to piping flowers in buttercream and will be a cake decorating classic for years to come.
WINNER OF BEST BOOK AWARD, Cake Masters Awards 2017
Publisher: David & Charles
Number of pages: 144
Weight: 572 g
Dimensions: 276 x 210 x 10 mm
"...this is certainly a wonderful encyclopedia that can be used as reference or jumping off point for the experienced decorator as well as an all-in-one resources for intermediate or even ambitious beginners." --Pink Cake Box University
"This book is the best book on decorating buttercream icing that I own... That is saying a lot right there. There are a lot of photographs and illustrations for each technique/flower. The step by step directions make sure there is no guessing as to how to do each flower that is illustrated." --Crafter's Corner
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