Join NOW to access 1643 courses Watch Now Save up to 50%! Already a member? Login Scabious with Robert Haynes Skill level: Advanced HD Lessons: 15 Lesson Details Now Playing 11:17 1. Making the glaze For the full tutorial see Butterfly Blue Scabious Here Robert shares with us his recipes for creating fantastic glaze for various finishes. Now Playing 15:03 2. Making the pistils and stamens This lesson is full of wonderfully delicate work that adds incredible realism to the flowers using everyday items and clever techniques. Now Playing 07:49 3. Making the flowers Here Robert shows us how to make the beautiful individual flowers that make up the scabious using the coloured flower paste we prepared earlier. Now Playing 10:36 4. Colouring the flowers Now that the flowers for the scabious are ready Robert shows us how to colour them using various dusts, as well as some great paint brush techniques. Now Playing 08:24 5. Making the seed pods Here Robert makes the seed pods, which are the centre of the scabious. He demonstrates two methods – one a lot quicker than the other – but you can tell Robert would rather take the long road for the more authentic look. Now Playing 06:48 6. Working on the closed bud Robert creates various stages of the scabious life, and in this lesson shows us how to complete the closed bud using various dusts and fine hairs. Now Playing 06:57 7. Attaching the smaller flowers Now it’s time to attach the flower to the centre of the scabious and Robert shows us some fantastic techniques to achieve realistic results. Now Playing 06:27 8. Attaching the larger flowers Robert starts off by attaching the smaller flowers, as well as the stamens, to the centre. Now Playing 08:50 9. Making the calyx In this lesson Robert shows us how to make the calyx which attaches underneath the flower. Now Playing 06:49 10. Attaching the hairs and calyx We see it really start to come together in this lesson with the finer details being added with careful use of tweezers and homemade edible glue. Now Playing 10:41 11. Dusting and steaming the flowers Robert uses various dusts mixed together to create wonderful tones and then shows us some great brush techniques to highlight only the key areas. Now Playing 09:50 12. Making the scabious leaf Robert starts off by showing us how to make the scabious leaf using special cutters he has personally designed which can be purchased through his website. He shows us a clever technique when using leaf cutters which will save you a lot of time. Corn flour is key! Now Playing 13:00 13. Colouring the leaves Now that the leaves are ready it’s time to dust them and glaze them using the homemade edible glaze recipe. Now Playing 04:06 14. Putting it all together Here we see all the different flowers, leaves and everything being turned into a complete arrangement. Now Playing 04:03 15. Making the contorted hazel Robert shares a little something extra with this great technique for creating contorted hazel, which adds lovely dynamic movement to the arrangement. The Tutor Robert Haynes Robert Haynes is a completely self-taught sugar crafter. He learnt through reading books and studying the anatomy of flowers and foliage and wished he had access to classes and teachers to learn from, so he now does just this and travel far and wide teaching students how to create beautifully realistic sugar flowers and foliage. One of his particular skills is recreating life-size botanically correct blooms which he show-cases as pieces of art.