What if you could easily make
and turn your cakes into
It's easy using our mould & cutter sets....
Petunia Multi Set
Super versatile, this set will enable you to make flowers for cupcakes, cookies as well as larger cakes. The petunia mould was already our best seller - We have added extra 5 cutters.
Many of our fans say that this is their go to set for creating icing flowers.
Cutter sizes are from 35mm down to 15mm. Great for some larger petunia flowers but also lots of cute little flower too.
Blossom Multi Set
Beautiful blossoms, perfect on their own or try layering them to create 3D flowers. It's not hard to see why this set is so popular!
Non stick silicone and stainless steel cutters.
Cutter sizes are from 30mm down to 15mm.
Our moulds are also suitable for air dry clay, paper clay, polymer clay, jewellery clay and so much more. Create beautiful flowers to decorate your crafting projects. It is recommended that you do not use the same mould for food and non food purposes.
Why Choose Us?
- Create quick and easy flowers in icing, marzipan or modelling chocolate.
- Original UK design.
- The two part moulds give highly detailed impressions on both sides of the icing to create a more realistic flower.
- Premium Quality - non stick food safe silicone & stainless steel cutters.
- Dishwasher safe.
Want to know a little secret?
The cake decorators secret (I guess, not so secret now!) to creating gorgeous flowers is....... to use the correct modelling icing. I like to use mostly ready made sugarpaste or rolled fondant and add a hardening agent such as CMC or Tylose.
You can buy the icing from most supermarkets and the hardening agent from cake decorating supply stores. This hardening agent when mixed into the icing will turn your icing into an elastic, easy to work with hard drying modelling paste.
If you just use regular fondant the decorations will be too soft and sticky, they will not dry hard either...
Or you can use modelling chocolate or marzipan! Yum! But I know not everyone likes marzipan... I seem to eat way too much when I am making marzipan flowers!
I like to cut out my shapes by rolling over the cutter with my acrylic rolling pin. You can use you hands instead if you prefer to press down. DO NOT use one of those white plastic rolling pins to do this as it will end up with lots of dings in it and be unusable. (you can try a small glass bottle for this technique).
Some decorators like to grease the mould lightly with vegetable fat, others prefer cornflour or cornstarch. Up to you!
I like to dry my flowers in a white plastic paint palette, found cheaply at an art shop, pound shop or craft store. You may dry your flowers on a crumpled tea towel, or kitchen towel to give them shape as they dry.
"When I first started cake decorating I felt overwhelmed by all the beautiful flowers that took so long to create and all the specialist equipment needed. I was looking at so many photos of incredible cakes and cupcakes wondering how I could learn to do that. Does this sound familiar to you at all?
I then set out to design my own range that would be suitable for all users ranging from beginners to the experienced cake decorator. Beginners love our products as they are so easy to use, experienced decorators love them too as they save so much time when making hundreds of flowers."
Louisa Russell - Blossom Sugar Art
'Have just received my recent order and just wanted to say I was delighted. The presentation was outstanding. My 2 daughters are graphic designers and they both said it was 'cool' so thought you would appreciate the feedback. I have used your products for a while and am a fan of them already but glad you now have an online store.' Julie
'Excellent results every time. Easy to use and fun.' Sue
'Just wanted to drop you a quick email to say 'THANK YOU! My order arrived today, and I love the products! They arrived so quickly, were beautifully packaged and I can't wait to use them! Thanks again, and I look forward to ordering more soon. Its rare to find great products and great service in the one place, so it was a pleasure to find both here.' Amanda