Hello 🙂 You asked for a tutorial on ‘Palette knife Painted flowers for beginners’ and here it is! I am amazed at how many of you love palette knife painting! It is really catching on, isn’t it? I love it and I am happy to see we share the same passion!
Below tutorial is absolutely suitable for beginners. Let’s get started!
Using a piping bag with some green coloured buttercream and a hole cut at the end, pipe strands of buttercream resembling stems of the flowers.
Using a small artists palette knife (Refer back to free giveaway videos to learn this flower painting technique) paint small petals. But be mindful, you need a stable buttercream recipe for this to work. I am using my signature buttercream here which is perfect for covering cakes flawlessly, piping and painting.
Apply more similar petals all around.
Using a different shade of buttercream (I used white) paint similar petals as a second layer.
Now add details to the middle of the flower. I used orange and green details. If you are Online School member, you could refer to the ‘Colour Theory’ module in Online School to understand what colours go well together.
Paint similar petals around the main flower, like half flowers, and add leaves and details.
Tadaa! That’s it, our simple summer floral beauty is ready! Do you know how long it took me to do this? 15 minutes. Yes, that is it! I am all about efficient cake decorating 🙂
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