Floral Wreath

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Learned a lot on my day 1 at Nana Cake Korean Buttercream Flowers (Intermediate Course) today, Tulip was my favourite buttercream flower to pipe (happened to be my Mother In Law favourite flowers too, lucky me!) Hydrangea was very complicated but towards piping the 3rd colours I slowly get a hang of it (we’ve got to do at least 6 set in 5 different colours!) last but not least Camelia, its medium hard, out of 7 best Camelias that I made my teacher said only 1 passed as great, really tough cookie hey! Nevertheless,  its my first time ever piping all of these flowers so she did give me some credits (smiley face).

The flower cake arrangement of the day was Floral Wreath and we’ve got to write a short message in the centre of the cake. My short message is dedicated to all of you wonderful readers out there, Thank You!

On that note I’ve gotta go to dream land soon, more learning tomorrow, good night World ❤

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Spent the whole Sunday morning piping Daisies with Korean Buttercream, I think I’ve made more than 50 pieces of Daisies and finally get a hang of it, wohooo!

These are Angel’s last minute Daisies Cupcakes order, pink frosting were Chocolate cupcakes, Violet frosting were Banana and Chocolate Chips cupcakes and last but not least the blue frosting were Vanilla Cupcakes.






I did it!

I’ve completed the 2 days of Basic Course on Korean Buttercream Flowers by Nana Cake, hooraayyy! Next week I’m moving on to the Intermediate Course, can’t wait!

Below flowers arrangement cake (titled Blossoms by my teacher) were consists of Daisies, Peonies and Ranunculus. My favourite flowers to pipe was Peonies and the most challenging one for me were the white daisies, I definitely need to practice to pipe it more. The Ranunculus were the fastest that I made out of all of them, I love piping the tiny size ones, aren’t they pretty?


Korean Buttercream Flowers


Hello Everyone,

The moment that I’ve been waiting for is finally here!
Thanks to my better half I’m able to join the famous Nana cake decorating class in Manila this weekend. She came straight from Busan, South Korea and well known for her clean, modern yet sophisticated buttercream flowers. YES … I’m learning the beautiful art of making Korean Buttercream Flowers directly from the Master herself, one happy cake artist here!

Check out the result of my day 1 learning the art of making edible Korean buttercream flowers below, I’ve made Roses, Chrysanthemum and Apple Blossoms (the latest being the most challenging one!). Very excited to learn more flowers piping tomorrow, have a great weekend everyone.