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Upright chocolate transfers - for flowers?

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Hi everyone - so I'm planning to make a flowerpot cake and my colleague wants sunflowers in the pot. I have the PME cutters, but I think a bigger flower would probably look a bit better than what I have. So, seeing all of the great sunflower choc transfers I thought perhaps that could work. Could someone tell me if they've tried this before? I was thinking I could make the flower part and then 'glue' that on to a green fondant covered dowel rod or something along those lines. Any input would be appreciated! Thanks icon_smile.gif
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I haven't done it, but I do think it should work just fine. I would make sure the transfer isn't really thin.

You could also do a color flow transfer.
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