How Do You Make These Roses? Not Duff Roses, Are They???

Decorating By cakecastle Updated 7 Jun 2008 , 5:30am by AKA_cupcakeshoppe

cakecastle Posted 6 Jun 2008 , 4:58pm
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This is not my cake (I'm sure you can tell that on your own, lol) it's Sugar Shack's but I wanted to post a picture showing what kind of rose I'm talking about.

This is the style of rose I'm wanting to do on my dd's Sweet 16 cake next month and I wasn't sure if they are done like a Duff Rose or some other way. Any help is much appreciated. icon_biggrin.gif Thanks!

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DaisyLisa17 Posted 6 Jun 2008 , 5:27pm
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No, I know they are not Duff roses.... but I have also wondered how to make these. I played around last week and tried, but I cant get mine to look "fat" like those are. Thats a cute cake!

cupcakemkr Posted 6 Jun 2008 , 5:33pm
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Those are ribbon roses, you cut a strip of fondant and fold it in half length wise then roll it.

http://www.cakejournal.com/archives/how-to-make-a-ribbon-rose-in-40-sec/

HTH-

cakecastle Posted 6 Jun 2008 , 5:40pm
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Thanks so much for that link! icon_biggrin.gif

I didn't think they were Duff Roses, the "petals" didn't look the same.

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bobwonderbuns Posted 6 Jun 2008 , 5:56pm
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Those are ribbon roses.

DaisyLisa17 Posted 6 Jun 2008 , 6:05pm
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I cant get the video link to work, but then my POS computer is dumb. I've tried rolling the strip of fondant to make a ribbon rose, but mine always come out flat looking. How do they get these to look fat on the outside?

DaisyLisa17 Posted 6 Jun 2008 , 6:08pm
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Its a miracle! The video worked! You fold the strip in half first, then roll. Amazing!

Oh, the little things in life...

staceyboots Posted 6 Jun 2008 , 6:08pm
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you have to fold the strip of fondant in half lengthwise and then roll (with the folded part to the top)

weirkd Posted 6 Jun 2008 , 6:24pm
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As you roll them you want to pinch the base and then after you want to play with it a little so that it has more curves in it like a rose.
Usually in the back of the Wilton books they have the how to on them. Or atleast the fondant one does.

wgoat5 Posted 6 Jun 2008 , 6:33pm
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you gather and roll gather and roll gather and roll.. so it's not totally rolled up straight.. to give it a whimsy look icon_smile.gif

cakecastle Posted 6 Jun 2008 , 6:41pm
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One more question....can you make them out of straight fondant or is gumpaste or 50/50 better?

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wgoat5 Posted 6 Jun 2008 , 6:43pm
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the softer the better I think.. gives a softer look icon_smile.gif .. so I would out of straight fondant icon_smile.gif

cakecastle Posted 6 Jun 2008 , 7:15pm
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Thanks Christi!

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wgoat5 Posted 6 Jun 2008 , 7:18pm
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very welcome!! icon_smile.gif

butterflywings Posted 6 Jun 2008 , 7:31pm
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i LOVE the ribbon roses!!! they are SO freakin' EASY to make and give just a whimsical look. i love duff's rose's too, but his are more "formal" these are my FAVORITE rose (damn that wilton rose LOL)

LauraLanier Posted 6 Jun 2008 , 7:36pm
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Thanks, cupcakemkr for the link I have often wondered how to do them, but didn't know what they were called.

AKA_cupcakeshoppe Posted 7 Jun 2008 , 5:30am
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i love these roses! they're so easy to make and not as stressful icon_biggrin.gif

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