Online Poinsettia Tutorial

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$15.00

Class Overview

Sugar artist Edna De la Cruz shares her techniques for creating gumpaste poinsettias that will take your holiday sugar creations to another level. Learn how to assemble these beautiful flowers in this online tutorial that was created for her DVD collection and now is part of her advanced online tutorials. Learn to make the centers, which are considered the flowers of these plants. Then, bring your poinsettias to life with either realistic colors or use other ideas to create fantasy looks for the flower.  Finally, learn how to assemble the flower with Edna's easy way of arranging it.

Edna De la Cruz believes in using techniques that help you move fast when creating flowers for real cakes. Moving fast is important when you want to earn money from cake decorating. Once you learn the techniques you can improve the flowers with more details for cake competitions. Once you learn the basics, the rest becomes easy. Practice will improve your sugar skills.

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Lesson Breakdown

Introduction

Get some information about these

beautiful seasonal flowers.

The Center

Learn to make the center of

the Poinsettia.

Painting the Center

Learn different ways to paint

the center of the flower.

The Petals

Learn to make the petals

of the Poinsettia. This in

reality are part of the leaves.

The Leaves

Learn to make the green leaves

of the Poinsettia.

 

Painting the Petals

Learn to paint the petals,

(red leaves),

of the poinsettia.

 

Painting the Leaves

Learn to paint the green

leaves of the poinsettia.

 

Arranging the center

Learn to arrange the center

of the poinsettia.

 

Arranging the Flower

Learn to arrange the Poinsettia

flower with some simple

techniques.

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