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Tropical Sugar Flowers
Tropical Sugar Flowers
Alan Dunn
Expand your sugar-flower offerings into tropical horizons. Learn Alan Dunn's expert techniques for creating sprays of bauhinia, hibiscus and gardenia flowers.
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Stop your clients in their tracks with lifelike wildflower arrangements. Update your cakes as you learn to create sugar daisies, nasturtiums, foxgloves and more.
Alan Dunn
with Alan Dunn
Bring filler flowers to the forefront and make beautiful gum paste botanicals in cake designer Maggie Austin's latest Craftsy class.
Maggie Austin
with Maggie Austin
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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