Camellia Flower Cake Toppers
These lifelike blooms are a gorgeous cake topper—and they’re fun to make, too. Pick up a few supplies at the craft store and make them over the course of a few days. One item you will need is an edible glue, like Wilton Dab-n-Hold Edible Adhesive. Two other items that are handy to help with the leaves are a leaf shaped cookie cutter and a leaf veining mold. The petals and leaves need time to dry before you can assemble them into flowers. Although they’re not meant to be eaten, the camellias will keep for up to four months in an airtight container, so you can enjoy their beauty well after the cake is gone.