Flowers can add so much to the look of a cake and daisies are probably some of the easiest to create. Daisy shaped petals are possible to cut free hand but using a cookie cutter definitely makes life easier — Wilton has a set of 3 that work perfectly!The smallest one in this set is pretty tiny to work with so I prefer to use the medium and large ones mostly. The tiny one does work well to add some daisies to fill gaps if need be.For each flower, you need to cut 2 of the same size as one will go on top of the other to create a fuller flower. Cut several of each of the large and medium sized ones.Tip: Texture is the key to making fondant look realistic. It adds depth and character to almost anything you create and daisies are no different.To add texture to the petals, press or draw a thin line along the center of each and every petal.Then place one cutout on top of the other with a bit of water to hold them together. Just be sure to offset the petals a bit so that they are not directly on top of each other.You can now lay each flower over an upturned egg carton to give it some shape.A little ball of yellow fondant pressed in the center will finish off the daisy. Once placed in the center of the flower add a few random pokes with a toothpick to add texture and realism.