Gypsophila single blossom aluminium metal cutter measurements – blossom length .6 cm x width .6 cm. (blossom length 1/4" x width 1/4") This distinctive range of Botanically Correct Products By Sugar Flower Studio are designed by master sugar artist Robert Haynes. These quality products can be used to replicate time and again, stunning life like flora in any edible or non-edible medium of your choice. The Aluminium metal cutters in the Sugar Flower Studio range are perfectly matched to fit within the perimeters of each corresponding silicone veiner, giving you a time efficient and botanically correct result each time. These cutters can be used with edible mediums including sugar flower paste (SFP) gum paste, fondant, modelling chocolate and marzipan. They can also be used with non-edible modelling mediums: cold porcelain (Modena), Hearty - Artista soft, polymer clay and modelling clay. Instructions for use of products: Using the Sugar Flower Studio Hand saver, place on top of each cutter, cut out petals or leaves. Place thinned out petal or leaf shape into lightly corn-floured Sugar Flower Studio veiner. Press firmly to give a natural vein. Remove petal or leaf and allow medium to go leathery before colouring. To clean cutters, wipe with an alcohol dampened soft cloth after each use. Copyright © 2016 Sugar Flower Studio. How to make the flower Bend a tiny hook on the end of a 35 gauge white wire or scientific wire, attach a tiny ball of white flower paste (2-3 mm diameter) around the hook leave to dry. Roll a small amount of white flower paste very thinly on the board, don't use any grease as you don't want the paste to stick to the surface of the board, lightly cornflower the surface on each side of the flower paste. Taking your (Gypsophila flower cutter CRH120-T) push down onto the paste rub slightly from side to side so the paste has cut out cleanly. Cover remaining paste so it doesn't dry…. Using a (small rolling pin TRH014) petal filling tool or cocktail stick frill from the centre all the way around the edge of your cut out shape. Use a (small ball tool TRH010) to frill the outer edge of the paste. Cover the dry ball of paste on your wire with edible glue, push the wire through the centre of your frilled petal completely cover the ball scrunching the petals around the ball. Repeat five times, each time use the paintbrush to apply a small amount of edible glue into the centre of each round of petals, making sure you stagger each layer of petal covering to the base of the ball.