Daffodil and Daisy Wafer Paper Scrapbooking Project
Spring flowers are in full bloom with this fun daffodil and daisy edible scrapbooking project! These dainty flowers are perfect for cakes, cupcakes and cookies!
Pre-Prep: You will want to use the flower dies listed under supplies needed and cut them out ahead of time in wafer paper of your choice. You can use plain white wafer and use the dusts to color it, or one of the many patterned or colored options found in our online shop.
You can purchase these products online. There are many scrapbook machines on the market. If you're an avid scrapbooker, you can use the machine you already own.
Creating the Daisy & Daffodil
If you live in a climate that dries your wafer paper out, use a little bit of piping gel to condition your flowers.
Use modeling chocolate, gum paste or fondant to create a disc to build your flowers on.
Use the mold to create the petals. Layer your flower petals onto the disc using gel to glue in-between each layer. Work from larges petal to smallest.
Use a ball tool to make sure the layers adhere to each other. Remember: Piping gel is your glue. Use only a small amount.
Use a ball tool to pop all the petals up.
Take the small round flower and place it in the center of your petals. Use the ball tool to cup and form the tiny petals around it to create the daffodil center.
This is how your daffodil will look with the fluted center.
Your daffodil is complete!
Step 9: Create the Daisy
For the daisy, repeat steps 1-5. Add a molded center to complete the daisy. I dust my mold first with color.
Add your medium to the mold.
Flatten it out well while retaining the detailed edges!
Give it a little pearl dust sheen!
That's it! Now you a beautiful daisy and daffodil using the same tools and process.
Your daisy is complete!