Anyone Know How To Do "whimsy" Roses Out Of Fondan

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cakiemommie Posted 6 Oct 2010 , 5:48am
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I was wondering if anyone could help me out with this.. I ADORE Pink Cake Box cakes... and often try to imitate their designs. They often use what they call "whimsy" roses, which I assume are basically roses made out of rolling a strip of fondant.. I'm wondering if there is a tutorial out there, or if anyone can tell me exactly how to do this.. as I've tried myself with no success. This is a picture of what I'm talking about. Thanks!!!
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CWR41 Posted 6 Oct 2010 , 6:34am
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Some call them ribbon roses. You roll your fondant into a strip or ribbon, fold it in half lengthwise (so you don't have any raggedy/raw edges), and roll until it's the size you want. You can play around with them if you want them more open, loose, or wavy.

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beenie51 Posted 6 Oct 2010 , 6:36am
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Those are also called ribbon roses. If you go to the ICES wev site (www.ices.org) There is a tutorial on victorian ribbon roses which would give you the basic idea. Also, wilton has a tutorial on there site. Have fun.

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madgeowens Posted 6 Oct 2010 , 6:37am
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roll out the fondant and cut small circles, then roll them up

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emmer_d Posted 6 Oct 2010 , 5:49pm
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I was curious about this too. Thanks!

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