The cupcake flower

Just finished one more of the “old” tutorial updates. This time it was for the cupcake flower, that many have asked about the past years. It is my all time favourite :-) and I really like it together with the swirly blue cupcakes.

I have two more tutorial updates on my list that I am working on and you are proberly wondering by now, what’s up with all this tutorial updating? Well I cant tell you yet, but hopefully very very soon. All I can say, is that it will be super sweet and I am sure that you all are going to love it :-)

Happy Caking!

Louise

Louise
Louise is the founder and editor of CakeJournal. She's a passionate, self taught, cake artist who has been doing cake decorating since 2002.
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  1. Diana says

    Louise, thank you for all the lovely tutorials. I’m using the darling turtle one this weekend. I just saw the “little flower baby cake topper” in a set of about 8-9 photos. Would you happen to have information on that also? Thanks! And I just LOVE this blog! :)

  2. says

    I love your blog. Your work is just amazing! I wish I had this talent :) I love making baked goods, but find I do better made out of fabric. lol These cupcakes are works of art.
    Happy creating, gail

  3. Mari CCS says

    Each time that you post something, you astonish me with your amazing work. Absolutly neat!I’m sure you inspire many people, as you inspire me <3

  4. Susana says

    I love your blog.. because of it my passion for baking has come out.. Keep up the great work!!

  5. Annette S. says

    They look very pretty, I can’t wait to try and make them. I look forward to hearing what the reason is behind all these updates ;-)

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