Caitsith Posted 25 Sep 2012 , 3:36pm
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Hi everyone, ive just joined. This place is brilliant !

Im kind of new to all this, i used to watch my nan when i was little but only now Ive started to make cakes for myself lately after an idea my friend and i have come up with.

Ive been practising trying to make sugarpaste roses. I can get the petals ok but im finding that im getting a bulging bottom ! at the base of the roses ?

I cant work out what im doing wrong ? Ive watched so many tutorials but i cant quite get it right. I have no one to ask if they look right or for any advise.

Has anyone else ever had the same prob ? Or is it just me ?

I would be so greatful for any help and advise.

Sorry if this has been asked before.

Thank you
caitsith

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Bliss Pastry Posted 25 Sep 2012 , 4:46pm
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That's pretty normal. Try not to squeeze the petals on so tightly at the base or try making a rose with petals on wires for the outer rows. If you ever do very large roses you will find the base isn't so bulbous.

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