Glitterkitti Posted 3 Jun 2013 , 5:28pm
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Does anyone know how to create an open rose such as this one? I can't find a tutorial anywhere for it? Thanks!

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LeeBD Posted 3 Jun 2013 , 5:59pm
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Have you tried a google search?  Google "how to make gumpaste open rose".  You should find some youtube links there.  HTH

Glitterkitti Posted 3 Jun 2013 , 6:03pm
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Yes, tried to search and all that came up were the closed rose type using a cone center. icon_sad.gif
 

shawna29xx Posted 3 Jun 2013 , 6:11pm
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you could try to put a small foam ball or use the wilton cone form to get the shape and then take it out before the petals dry. icon_smile.gif 

 

Just a suggestion, I would do that and it should leave you with an open rose.

girlisrad Posted 3 Jun 2013 , 6:18pm
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You could try staring with maybe another open center flower (like a Magnolia, maybe?) and then apply your usual rose petal pattern...

Fabricake Posted 3 Jun 2013 , 7:07pm
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I did a search on Google for how to make a Dog rose.

Couldn't understand what they said as it was in Korean or something but easy to make from just watching.

You can add more petals for a fuller look.

hope this is of some help.

Floralilie Posted 3 Jun 2013 , 7:53pm
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What about this?

http://simplycakescakesandmorecakes.blogspot.de/2010/03/christmas-rose.html

 

But your petals need to be more cupped, like the outer petals of a rose and of course you need more petals. You also have to take other stamens, if you want to copy the rose from the image.

 

Hope the link is helpful!  icon_smile.gif

LeeBD Posted 3 Jun 2013 , 10:51pm
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Hmmm...I did a google search and found a few youtube video tutorials.  Don't know why it didn't work for you.

costumeczar Posted 3 Jun 2013 , 11:13pm
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Just start with stamens wrapped around a wire with florist tape and build the petals around that. It's basically the same thing as the cone in the center but you build the petals around the wire itself. You can also do it on a wooden skewer that you can stick directly into the cake.

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