Through detailed step-by-step instructions and photographs, learn how to make a realistic hellebore sugar flower with Marilyn Hill.
Flowering from late winter into early spring, hellebores come in a wide variety of colours. Sugarcraft hellebores can be produced by using different-coloured centres combined with different-coloured bracts (petals), and are perfect for showstopper cakes and special occasions.
Marilyn says, “There are so many unique and innovative ways that you can display sugar flowers and foliage, so have fun experimenting.”
This course is ideal for anyone with some experience of sugarcrafting.
Marilyn Hill is an honorary member, past president and past chairman of the British Sugarcraft Guild. She is also a judge and an accredited demonstrator for the Guild. She is also a judge and an accredited demonstrator for the Guild. Marilyn has been making sugar flowers for over 30 years, ever since the first cutters for flowers and leaves became available in the UK. She enjoys being able to pass her skills onto others by teaching in sugarcraft flower-making classes and workshops.