Skip to main content

Lotus Flower
Inspired by Manu's Tutorial, I made this flower, but I made it in white and the pink color made by powdered painting. The water was made with isomalt. Also the mosaic was done with royal icing and the vase was modeling, using a dremel.

Add Comment

Comments (13)

Newest · Oldest · Popular

I was looking at the pics you added, what a beautiful piece, dear Dani! Every part has so many details. The mosaic work is amazing and the container is excellent too. Congratulations!♥️

How beautiful, Dani @Dani Matos! I am so glad to have inspired you and I love how your project turned out. Thank you, for citing me and my Cookie Connection tutorial, I really appreciated that 💙

@Manu posted:

How beautiful, Dani @Dani Matos! I am so glad to have inspired you and I love how your project turned out. Thank you, for citing me and my Cookie Connection tutorial, I really appreciated that 💙

Yes, Manu! I follow, but I change some points, as the number of petals and also the size for the petals, I start with little ones and they increase a few the size according the layers. But the idea was taken in your tutorial. 
One more, thanks ;-)

@Dani Matos posted:

Yes, Manu! I follow, but I change some points, as the number of petals and also the size for the petals, I start with little ones and they increase a few the size according the layers. But the idea was taken in your tutorial. 
One more, thanks ;-)

The only credit I can take is for the flower technique: creating the curved petals out of royal icing transfers and assemble the flower. The water lilies/lotus are very popular, but usually gum paste is used to make the petals, not royal icing as I did. 

I noticed that you changed something and I appreciated that. 

The idea to reproduce in cookie form a water lily in a concrete tank (the variation to my tutorial) is not mine, that’s where they are usually put in real life (as I showed in the inspiration pictures at the beginning of my tutorial). Here in Bangkok concrete tanks with lotus are everywhere, but the best view is when they grow wild in the canals.  

Post
×
×
×
×
Link copied to your clipboard.
×