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Spring & Summer Sugar Flowers
Spring & Summer Sugar Flowers
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.
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Bring out the breathtaking best in your sugar flowers! Learn seven inspired arrangement techniques that will make any client's interest blossom.
James Rosselle
James Rosselle
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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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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

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