A big thank you to Gilles from the Katy Sue Design Team for making this amazing tutorial video for us. He has used our Rose Medley mould to decorate a stunning Christmas decoration and best of all it’s entirely edible! Take a look at how he made it and let us know what you think in the comments below.

See more ideas from Gilles on his Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Les-G%C3%A2teaux-de-Gilles-345506015561869/

If you’d like to see more project ideas using the Rose Medley mould visit our UK https://katysuedesigns.com/cake-decorating/rose-medley/ and USA https://katysuedesigns.us.com/cake-decorating/rose-medley/ websites.

About Gilles Leblanc
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Born and raised in Montreal Canada, Gilles Leblanc was the youngest of six children. His interests in the arts were present at a very young age, and very much encouraged by his mother who shared similar interests. His pastimes as a child were always based around the arts, whether sculpting or painting, he enjoyed experimenting with different materials. As time passed, his passion and curiosity grew and Gilles Leblanc wanted to pursue a career. Being a perfectionist, he enrolled in a well renowned jewellery school, to better perfect his knowledge of the various metals. It wasn’t long after that Gilles work was exhibited in various art galleries and featured in different magazines. Electroforming, bronze, silver and even gold gave Gilles Leblanc’s pieces their originality, and unique quality.

Gilles Leblanc eventually had to put his sculpting and career on hold, but his passion for the arts never died. He later discovered the art of cake decorating, and his passion was renewed. Gilles Leblanc’s talent in sculpting, and original ideas succeeded in creating many diversified cake pieces. Gilles Leblanc has also taken part in many cake collaborations, and has been featured in various magazines, earning him the admiration of his peers.