Pressed Flower Cake Decor

Paper Flowers Cake Decor //

Paper Flowers Cake Decor //

It’s Spring. Yes it is. I thought this would be the perfect time to share this cute cake. I’ve officially used my pressed flowers printable 3 times: paper flower frame, decoupaged flower eggs, and now my pressed flower cake decor! I think this little cake turned out pretty adorable. How sweet would this be for Easter or Mother’s Day? It’s so easy, especially if you buy a cake instead of make it. Hee.


pressed flowers printable

– toothpicks

– hot glue

– delicious cake


Paper Flowers Cake Decor //

1. Print out your pressed flowers printable. Use some scissors to cut out the flowers you’d like to use. Use your hot glue to attach the toothpicks to the back of the flowers.

Paper Flowers Cake Decor //

2. Pick off any lose bits of hot glue string, and your cake decorating flowers are ready.

Paper Flowers Cake Decor //

3. Organize then on the top of your cake. I arranged the flowers so the taller blooms were in the back.

Paper Flowers Cake Decor //


– Chelsey

P.S. I picked up this beautiful cake from a local Portland bakery, The Cakery. Highly recommended if you’re in the area and don’t want to bake a cake.


  • Shelley on said:

    what printer do you use for these printouts?

    • Chelsey on said:

      Right now I’m using this lovely printer: HP ENVY 7640 e-AiO Printer. I always make sure to set the print quality to high. 😀

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