Friday, September 17, 2010
Sugar Art. How to Make a Rose out of Pulled Sugar.
Wearing gloves will somewhat help with the hot sugar and reduce the pain. Just a tad....
Knead and pull the sugar blob until it's firm enough, but yet still applicable to pulling and molding.
For the first petal, pull out a long stretch until it's long enough and cut it.
If you don't work quick enough, the sugar will cool down and become brittle. It will crack and shatter.
Quickly mold the petals with your finger tips while shaping it to look more natural.
Gluing the petals together by heating up the ends of the leaf.
Work each petal pretty much the same way as you would the first ones.
You will achieve a glossy shine if you just pulling during it's colder stages, but it will be harder to pull.
Finished. 11 petal rose This will be one of my componets on my final sugar art show piece.
張貼者： Made2Order 於 7:14 PM