Edible Fabric Ruffle Tutorial with Ginger Bear Bakery
In this tutorial, Zoe Rees from @gingerbearbakery shows us how to create beautiful ruffles out of wafer paper.
You will need:
Products mentioned above are recommened, as used in Zoe’s tutorial. However, you can swap out where you see approprate with different colourings and powder colours etc.
Mix the flexique as per the instructions on the tub. Then, add drops of Rose Colour Mill into the mix.
Paint on one side of the wafer paper and allow to dry for 5 minutes.
Turn over and repeat the process on the other side of the wafer paper.
Dust the wafer paper with Rainbow Dust’s edible powder colour.
The wafer paper will now have the hand feel of fabric – it can be draped and folded just like the real thing.
Using a circle cutter, cut out 8-10 circles.
Start by folding your circles in half, then half again.
Thread a florist wire through the centre corner of the folded circle.
Repeat steps 7 and 8 until all circles have been used.