Please help me find the tutorial with the rose on the side of a cake that has the floating petals.
I can't remember where I saw it.
Thanks for your help.
Thanks sweettooth 101, but that is not the one I am searcing for. The rose is a large one that the petals
keep getting bigger and bigger then appear to seperate and appear floating/falling off the main large flower.
Sorry this might not be what you are looking for.
not sure if this is what youre looking for?
Thanks beachandsweets, that is the cake I was looking for. I saw a tutorial for it and now I can't find it.
Any help would be appreciated
I was able to find the tutorial. Thanks for helping me find it.
Love this community of helpful decorators.
where is the tutorial Pam57?
I found the information on the cake forum, posted May 4, 2012 under Rose Petal Cake.
Yes, I see that. What a beautiful cake. But where do you get started? Do you start with the center and work your way out? And how large would you say those petals are? Sorry for the questions.
Love this cake. I am thinking about doing it on a dummie.
Auntginn, I'm not really sure how it is done. I don't want to give you the wrong information.
Can someone that has made this cake answer the question?
Thanks Missy227, appreciate you taking the time to give us help.
Is there a way to save this thread to find it later
Thank you Missy, I just looked at the tutorial. It was great. Will have to make that one this week for practice.
You’re welcome Pam57 and auntginn, but all thanks should actually go to CC member Kara, aka costumeczar. There is also an absolutely beautifully done example of her cake on her blogsite that also explains how she did it.
Thank you Kara! Love your blog!
Kara, aka costumeczar,
THANK YOU for your great tutorial. You were very generous of your time and talent
to share it with everyone.
I just found this thread, you're all very welcome! I'm glad that you fond the video useful. It's a really simple technique.
something that I didn't think to mention in the video is that when you're putting the flowers in place, they'll sometimes fit better if you turn them around backwards so that the back of the petal is facing out. It's not really noticeable once it's all put together, but every now and then it just fits together better to flip one around to get it into place.
Thank you Kara for all the advice and putting the tutorial together. absolutely awesome