Cakemaster26 Posted 22 Jul 2005 , 2:55am
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Hi

Just wanted to know the difference between the victorian rose and the regular rose (course 1). how is it done.

any help will be appriceated.

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letseatcake Posted 22 Jul 2005 , 3:18am
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The Victorian Rose uses tip 97 and the petals are more curved at the edge. It's done the same way.

PurplePetunia Posted 22 Jul 2005 , 3:18am
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The only difference I can remember is the that the tip is different.
In course one you use tip 104, but for the victorian rose, you use tip 97 in the exact same way you make the regular rose. The difference is that the tip 97 causes each petal to curl under slightly.
I personally love tip 97. I use that for all my roses.

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MichelleG Posted 22 Jul 2005 , 12:12pm
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I agree I only use tip 97 now. It makes a much pretttier rose

DesignsbyD Posted 22 Jul 2005 , 1:59pm
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I personally love tip 97, I just used it a few nights ago in wilton class 2 and have been making roses for days. the edges come out so nice!

melissablack Posted 22 Jul 2005 , 2:44pm
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I love the Victorian rose too! A lot of people in my class actually like the regular rose better, but I think the Victorian one is so much prettier, personally.

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Cakemaster26 Posted 23 Jul 2005 , 1:29am
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thanks everyone for your information. I think I'll try it out soon.

PTDixieGal Posted 16 Jun 2013 , 3:03am
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I got my tip 97 a few days ago and I LIKE IT MUCH BETTER THAN THE WILTON ROSE!

 

FYI My personal preference, in order from most liked to least liked:

 

First choice-victorian rose

Second choice-Wilton rose

Third choice-ribbon rose

chloe_52 Posted 16 Jun 2013 , 3:53am
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If you are referring to Wilton's Course 1 Ribbon Rose, it is done differently than the Victorian Rose.

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