How to make Flowers DVD

Decorating By OhMyGoodies Updated 2 Dec 2013 , 8:34pm by Roseyrod

OhMyGoodies Posted 4 Dec 2006 , 7:54pm
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I don't know where to put this thread so it's going in general. icon_redface.gif
So I guess my questions are....

With this DVD will I:

Learn to make roses?
Drop flowers?
other flowers?
Is it easy to follow?
Is it easy to do????????

Thanks in advance everyone! icon_smile.gif

8 replies
sandie Posted 4 Dec 2006 , 7:59pm
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I have order the dvd. If there is not any answers from any of the cc members, I will let you know when I get it.

tracy702 Posted 4 Dec 2006 , 8:00pm
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I haven't seen the DVD yet, but I do know you learn all of that in Wilton course 1. Which is what I think the DVD is based off. The key to Wilton Roses is stiff icing. The Wilton Can Frosting is not stiff enough.

Good Luck

Divyne Posted 4 Dec 2006 , 8:03pm
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I have thought about purchasing this DVD myself as a refresher after taking the course. In the course I didn't quite get it mastered and wanted to practice at home. So please let me know what you think of the DVD.
Also I took all three of the Wilton Courses and you are not expected to come in there prepared. I didn't know how to do anything. I had just always had an interest.

OhMyGoodies Posted 4 Dec 2006 , 8:05pm
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When my husband makes the BC icing (it's his job as co-owner of the business lmao he wanted his part in the company and to help at the same time gave him that job icon_wink.gif
I plan on taking all of the Wilton Courses after the 1st of the year but just wanted to get that down incase I can't take them for some reason (health, money, etc anything lol)

2sdae Posted 4 Dec 2006 , 8:09pm
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I took course 1 and 2 and have the wilton "how to make flowers" and the "how to do wedding cakes" and I really found them helpful. I learned more about the rose in class and just practising though. It's easier when you can see someone actually doing it. It helps to demonstrate proper bag positioning and icing pressure control. I deff think stiff icing is the key, though I haven't bought the wilton ready to use stuff before. I thought making my own and learning to make the different consistancies myself would be more helpful later on when I am on my own and can't ask my instructor"is this right?" icon_wink.gif

Erinlorna2 Posted 1 Dec 2013 , 11:10pm
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AHi, I am trying to buy this Dvd. Wiltons how to make flowers,but Wilton say it isn't available anymore . I tried Amazon but its only available in Canada and they won't ship to the UK...can anyone help????? Andrea

Roseyrod Posted 2 Dec 2013 , 8:34pm
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Why don't you try to learn how to make gumpaste roses.  Edna DeLaCruz from has excellent DVD's on all sorts of Flowers including the roses.

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