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Exotic Sugar Orchids
Exotic Sugar Orchids
James Rosselle
Bring a touch of the tropics to your cake creation with an arrangement of delicate sugar blossoms, accented by graceful leaves, bamboo stems and fondant pebbles.
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Make your cakes petal-perfect with instruction from Nicholas Lodge, sugar artist extraordinaire.
Nicholas Lodge
with Nicholas Lodge
Bring out the breathtaking best in your sugar flowers! Learn seven inspired arrangement techniques that will make any client's interest blossom.
James Rosselle
with James Rosselle
Grow your sugar garden with realistic poppies and lifelike parrot tulips as James Rosselle teaches you to craft colorful flowers for all occasions.
James Rosselle
with James Rosselle
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