What Kind Of Flower Is This?

Decorating By FrostedMoon Updated 28 Oct 2014 , 7:51pm by MBalaska

FrostedMoon Posted 28 Oct 2014 , 2:00am
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I need to find a tutorial to make this flower, but not sure if it's a specific kind or if it's more of a free form flower.  A botanist I am not!  Any help would be appreciated!  Thanks!

 

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MBalaska Posted 28 Oct 2014 , 7:14am
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It's to small for me to see well.

cazza1 Posted 28 Oct 2014 , 8:56am
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MB you obviously have old eyes like me.  It's too small for me to see properly, too, but it could be a fantasy flower.

winniemog Posted 28 Oct 2014 , 11:54am
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AMore old eyes chipping in - it's not very clear, but I would go with [@]cazza1[/@] and the fantasy flower.

FrostedMoon Posted 28 Oct 2014 , 1:24pm
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Thanks for trying.  I tried posting a bigger picture, but it just gets grainy & harder to see.  After pouring over a million different images of flowers, I think it must be a fantasy flower too.  Again, thanks for the help!

melmar02 Posted 28 Oct 2014 , 1:45pm
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It just looks like a ruffle fantasy flower to me.

imagenthatnj Posted 28 Oct 2014 , 2:29pm
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https://www.flickr.com/photos/anitajamal/9074295245/

 

It's just a ruffled flower but it does have ruffled petals on the outside.

JanDunlevy Posted 28 Oct 2014 , 2:35pm
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AIt is a buttercream rosette. Lots of tutorials available for this. Tips that can be used are 1M, 2D, or for a smaller one a 21. Practice makes perfect with these but technique is very simple.

JanDunlevy Posted 28 Oct 2014 , 2:37pm
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ANever mind my comment! Reread the post and then realized what you were asking!

pastrypet Posted 28 Oct 2014 , 4:34pm
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I found a bigger picture (not that it matters now):

MBalaska Posted 28 Oct 2014 , 7:51pm
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Yupper that looks like a fantasy flower, and I'm really envious of how perfectly round those rosettes are.  I'm a leaning tower of Pisa piper for rosettes myself.

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