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A[size=24] 15 YR.CAKE.DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW TO MAKE THEM.HELP PLEASE. icon_cry.gif [
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The only thing I can find about this is jello flower cookies?
http://www.kraftcanada.com/controller?cmd=RECIPE_VIEW&lang=EN&rid=2657ec
and
http://www.theromantic.com/stories/flowers/flowers12.htm
is that what you mean?
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That looks like a really fun recipe! I'll bet my kids would get a kick out of forming the flowers, play-dough is one of their favorite pass times! Thank you for sharing the link, gotcake!
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Are they the ones that are made up on wires?

Mix 1/4 cup water with 2 teaspoons plain gelatin. Add color if desired. Form a 'flower' frame from very fine wire & twist it together to close/shape it, dip the wire into the gelatin like blowing bubbles. Be sure it is covered. Bring it out and let the flower dry thoroughly then remove the wire frame.
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Originally Posted by lisa

Are they the ones that are made up on wires?

Mix 1/4 cup water with 2 teaspoons plain gelatin. Add color if desired. Form a 'flower' frame from very fine wire & twist it together to close/shape it, dip the wire into the gelatin like blowing bubbles. Be sure it is covered. Bring it out and let the flower dry thoroughly then remove the wire frame.



Ohhh...cool like those (dating myself here) fun film flowers I used to make in the 60's? I even found a pic of them
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That be them...that be quick...that be the Jell-o flowers on a stick! Okay, gotta get a life! I couldn't resist myself. I would love to learn how to make those. Is there a tutorial on CC?


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Originally Posted by cakemommy

That be them...that be quick...that be the Jell-o flowers on a stick! Okay, gotta get a life! I couldn't resist myself. I would love to learn how to make those. Is there a tutorial on CC?


Amy



Got a smile out of me icon_smile.gif I don't know of any tutorials but here are some examples.

http://members.nuvox.net/~zt.proicer/cakepict/fairies.htm

http://www.geocities.com/qccakeclub/confections_in_bloom/photos/not_on_cake/GelatinFlowers665adj_400.JPG
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Originally Posted by gotcake

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Originally Posted by lisa

Are they the ones that are made up on wires?

Mix 1/4 cup water with 2 teaspoons plain gelatin. Add color if desired. Form a 'flower' frame from very fine wire & twist it together to close/shape it, dip the wire into the gelatin like blowing bubbles. Be sure it is covered. Bring it out and let the flower dry thoroughly then remove the wire frame.



Ohhh...cool like those (dating myself here) fun film flowers I used to make in the 60's? I even found a pic of them



That's exactly what it's like! Those are so pretty.
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