johnson6ofus Posted 27 May 2013 , 1:28pm
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Anyone know a tip or link to make these type of roses?

 

http://www.joann.com/wilton-small-icing-rose-12pk-red/zprd_01557008a/

 

If the link doesn't work, they are wilton small icing roses you buy in a 12 pack for $6. Not the standard rose shape, and not a ribbon roses.

 

Any guesses?

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Nonni53 Posted 27 May 2013 , 2:08pm
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AThose look like they would be easiest to replicate in molding chocolate. Betting it's a mold.

JSKConfections Posted 27 May 2013 , 2:17pm
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Those are probably factory made from Wilton...best bet to make yourself with buttercream are these tips depending on size flower you want.  I agree modeling chocolate or fondant you could create these too.

 

 

 

 

I hope this opens...HTH

JSKConfections Posted 27 May 2013 , 2:19pm
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remnant3333 Posted 27 May 2013 , 2:44pm
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Here is a site for making roses out of butter cream. Use tip 104

 

http://seriouscakes.com/wordpress/?page_id=468
 

johnson6ofus Posted 27 May 2013 , 3:23pm
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thanks all... but the "standard" rose or ribbon rose I am good at. I understand these are some mass produced extruded or molded wilton product... yup 104 or similar sizes. This one appears to be some swirl inward to create this closed bud look. 

 

Anyone with success on making something this way?

leah_s Posted 27 May 2013 , 4:24pm
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I really think those are piped out of royal icing.  Probably by ladies in a country far, far away who produce thousands of them in a day.

Unlimited Posted 27 May 2013 , 6:43pm
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Those are not hand piped (by a person), but perhaps piped by a machine — all three petals at once. If they were hand-piped roses the center bud would be step 1, followed by a step 2 petal, then the final petal. These steps were completed all at once as you can see with the finished swirling effect. If they weren't machine piped, the petals could have been assembled by hand with a stiff enough consistency product perhaps like rolled buttercream.

Stitches Posted 27 May 2013 , 10:14pm
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Originally Posted by Unlimited 

 piped by a machine — all three petals at once. If they were hand-piped roses the center bud would be step 1, followed by a step 2 petal, then the final petal. These steps were completed all at once as you can see with the finished swirling effect.

That's what the only logical answer in my head. All three petals appear to be piped at once, coming from the middle. It would be cool if you could do that with frosting but you'd need a very special multi opening tip to do that.

johnson6ofus Posted 28 May 2013 , 12:07am
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Yeah... nice flower effect, just wondering about any "easy" (eyes rolling)" way to do it. icon_smile.gif  Thanks for the replies!

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