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Classic Sugar Flowers: Peony, Anemone, Tulip
Classic Sugar Flowers: Peony, Anemone, Tulip
Nicholas Lodge
Make your cakes petal-perfect with instruction from Nicholas Lodge, sugar artist extraordinaire.
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Whether you're a budding cake artist or a full-blown pastry professional, your sugar rose skills will blossom under Nicholas Lodge's expert guidance.
Nicholas Lodge
Nicholas Lodge
Make trend-setting sugar roses, buds and leaves with Nicholas Lodge. Then, transform your blooms into alluring arrangements your clients will love!
Nicholas Lodge
Nicholas Lodge
Keep your sugar flowers in-demand and up-to-date. Cater to the event with basic, client-worthy and competition-level variations on three sought-after species.
Nicholas Lodge
Nicholas Lodge
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Classic Sugar Flowers: Peony, Anemone, Tulip