Celebration Centerpiece

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7 cups sugar

Scant 2 cups corn syrup

2 cups or 450 grams water

Food color, liquid or paste, blue and white

White vinegar

Magic Flowers, see recipe for Magic Flowers (Show JQ1A03)

1 8-inch cake, see recipe for Classic Genoise (Show JQ1A03)

Buttercream, see recipe for Basic Buttercream (Show JQ1A03)

Simple Syrup, see recipe for Simple Syrup (show JQ1A03)

Rolling Fondant, see recipe for Rolling Fondant (Show JQ1A03)

Royal Icing, see recipe for Royal Icing (Show JQ1A03)

Assemble the centerpiece: You need to first make the glue to stick everything together. Place the extra sugar pieces (those are remnants of the sugar that you poured freeform on to the silpat) in the microwave and heat until it begins to bubble. Watch car

Next you need to make the sugar supports to hold the moon vertically and to support the 8-inch sugar circle that will be resting on and in the moon, creating the level stand for the cake. You will need 4 support pieces in order to build the centerpiece. T

Pour some of the melted sugar into the center of the 12-inch circle and "glue" the moon vertically into place. The end of the moon that you cut off is now the bottom of the moon. Hold the moon straight until the sugar sets. "Glue" the first 2 support piec

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