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Fondant Frills
Fondant Frills
Maggie Austin
Couture cake artist Maggie Austin shows you how to create an elegant ombre cake with her signature frill technique.
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Achieve sophisticated multidimensional sugar work with accessible techniques. Create stained-glass effects, climbing sugar flower arrangements and bas-relief.
Maggie Austin
Maggie Austin
Bring filler flowers to the forefront and make beautiful gum paste botanicals in cake designer Maggie Austin's latest Craftsy class.
Maggie Austin
Maggie Austin
Beautiful dogwood and magnolia blossoms take center stage as Maggie Austin shares her signature sugar flower techniques.
Maggie Austin
Maggie Austin
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