I recently ordered some sugar flower supplies from the International Sugar Art Collection by Nicholas Lodge. This is the first time that I've ordered anything from this collection so I was excited to receive it. I decided to do an unboxing of the supplies. I will be using these supplies to make some sugar French tulips later on this week.
Right away I liked some things about what I saw with the packaging. On the box their was a 20th anniversary sticker, which I thought was really nice. Also in the invoice their was a note that said thank you. It's nice to be appreciated when you order a product.
Each one of the International Sugar Art Collections packages have their logo on one side of the label and their contact information on the other. I ordered a French tulip petal cutter and a French tulip leaf cutter. They are stainless steel, which means they will make a clean cut when using fondant or gumpaste.
I also ordered a French tulip leaf veiner and petal veiner and center set. These are silicone veiners, which are flexible. These veiners will last a long time and are easy to use. There are two different sizes of petal veiners in the set, which is nice.
A floral tape cutter will come in handy when I am doing a lot of sugar flowers at once. This floral tape cutter will cut the tape into half length and quarter lengths. I am trying out this plastic tubing which will give the stems of the sugar flowers a more realistic look.
I will be doing a blog post later on this week on the sugar French tulips. I hope that everyone has a great week.
Savor the Baking,