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SWEET PEA


Sweet Pea 1, originally uploaded by sundeepswati.

Since long I had acquired the sweet pea cutters but somehow making them just kept postponing..
Surprisingly, they were very quick to make as there was no drying time and finished the whole stem in just about an hour.
I remember having sweet peas in my garden in Botswana and the wide variety of colours that the blooms would show up was fascinating..I am very fond of gardening too but not always successful with it.. :( It was really exciting watching the blooms in pastel shades and ofcourse the very attractive soft green long tendrils and the pods which grow along with the flower...

Though sweet peas can also be made with the petal nozzle with icing but somehow I feel the beauty of this flower comes with sugarpaste where one can show the delicate petals, pods and tendrils....

23 comments:

Anonymous said...

Swati,

This is just too amazing....your garden must be a great inspiration and source of memories to inspire such beauty.

Just keep up the GREAT work!! Love the coloring...too realistic.

Student

Anonymous said...

Dear swati,
I came through food blog desam..
wow!I was really stunned to see your blog ...its out of world...no words to explain..really superb !!I don't know much about sugar craft b4..I am thinking is there this many things you can do and that too very perfect!!
Your bananas are very realistic!!
Keep up ur work and all the best for your future:)
-Raks kitchen

Asha said...

Looks almost real Swati!! Great work!:)

Laavanya said...

What stunning creations.. they look absolutely real.

Mishmash ! said...

Very pretty and beautiful shading :)

Shn

Rachel said...

What can I say, Your works are just adorable!!!

SUGARCRAFT INDIA said...

Thanks to Raks Kitchen...happy that you liked all the sugarcraft creations.
Asha, thanks so much.
Laavanya ans Shn thanks to you too.
Love having all of you here.

Jeena said...

Wow I can't beleive how beautiful your pictures are. It is amazing you make all these out of sugar. Lovely blog. :)

smita said...

The sweetest sweet peas I have ever seen di...an amazing creation again !!

SUGARCRAFT INDIA said...

Rachel, thanks a ton.
Jeena am glad you are here...do keep coming!!
Smita, you the best sis...!! :)

Sana said...

Dear Swati

U are a talent...am in complete awe of your work..
Please let me know when you are having classes in Delhi in the month of December. Any plans of having it in DLF?

Thanks.
Sana.

Sia said...

beautiful shading there. u r a true artist sugarcraft. thank u for leaving a trail in my corner and leading to ur awesome blog:)

Cynthia said...

Your blog is so instructional and a treasure.

Anitha said...

I totally agree that sweet peas look best with gumpaste rather than icing :-)

The soft colors, delicate petals, the tendrils, the presentation everything is perfect & beautiful.

Anitha

Rajitha said...

my! how lovely..you are really very talented :)

SUGARCRAFT INDIA said...

Hi Sana, I plan to have a workshop in Delhi in Dec/Jan. So keep a look out for dates here...will look forward to have you in the workshop.
Sia, thanks for coming over.

Cynthia, its flattering to hear such words from u...blush...blush!!

Anitha, thanks a ton...:)

Rajitha thanks ...do keep coming over..

sra said...

Swati, your work is beautiful! Thanks for visiting my blog - it allowed me to discover yours.

Amrita said...

hi swati

thanks for visiting my blog. its such a shame that it is only today that i have discovered your amazing blog!!! you are extremely talented with your hands....for a moment there i thought the flowers were real! keep up the good work!

Gloria said...

I arrive here by the Blog Ahn, your work is wonderful and so beauty is really nice. Is amazin the beauty blogs we can find!!!!Gloria

Anthony said...

Swati - Simply amazing work. I can't believe you talent! I wish it sould rub off onto me. Sigh.

Greetings from London!

SUGARCRAFT INDIA said...

Thanks Sra, Amrita, Gloria and Anthony..Welcome all of you to my world!!!!

Bharathy said...

Great work!...Very realistic!!!

Darlene said...

Good post.