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franjmc Says... 9 years ago

Wow!!!! Those are gorgeous, the colouring is spectacular

Doug Says... 9 years ago

oh my gosh...i thought it was real! excellent :D :D

KHalstead Says... 9 years ago

those are amazing!!!!!!!!!!

Phoov Says... 9 years ago

*blushing* THANKS!!!!

Karenelli Says... 9 years ago

These roses are amazing. The colors just perfect. I can't tell you how impressed I am.

Claudine1976 Says... 9 years ago

they are just perfect!!!

melissaanne Says... 9 years ago

these are wonderful!! How did yoou go about colouring them to make them look so natural.

Phoov Says... 9 years ago

I used wilton gel colors to color the gumpaste apricot (mixed pink and orange)...then used Crystal Colors impatient pink to dust on the shading, etc. and then quickly steamed the rose to set the color.

wendysue Says... 9 years ago

Love your flowers! You're doing a great job! : )

Phoov Says... 9 years ago

Thanks Wendy :-)))))

smashcakes Says... 9 years ago

ooh, gorgeous. How do you steam the roses?

Phoov Says... 9 years ago

I just heat a tea kettle and pass them thru the steam quickly. If you do it for too long, they become shiny and lose that porcelain look. Just steam them enough to set the dry coloring onto the gumpaste. I just watched my instructor and then experimented. She used a little garmet steamer in our class for convenience. I feel like I have better control with the teapot! Some people apply the colored powders to the flowers while they gumpaste is still "wet". I haven't tried this method yet.

CarolAnn Says... 8 years ago

These are incredible! I am verrrry impressed! Man, I want to learn to do this!

Phoov Says... 8 years ago

Carolann.....come to Anthony and we'll have a gumpaste party. I'm serious!!!!! I'll teach you!

smashcakes Says... 9 years ago

ooh, gorgeous. How do you steam the roses?

Phoov Says... 9 years ago

I just heat a tea kettle and pass them thru the steam quickly. If you do it for too long, they become shiny and lose that porcelain look. Just steam them enough to set the dry coloring onto the gumpaste. I just watched my instructor and then experimented. She used a little garmet steamer in our class for convenience. I feel like I have better control with the teapot! Some people apply the colored powders to the flowers while they gumpaste is still "wet". I haven't tried this method yet.

wendysue Says... 9 years ago

Love your flowers! You're doing a great job! : )

Phoov Says... 9 years ago

Thanks Wendy :-)))))

franjmc Says... 9 years ago

Wow!!!! Those are gorgeous, the colouring is spectacular

Doug Says... 9 years ago

oh my gosh...i thought it was real! excellent :D :D

KHalstead Says... 9 years ago

those are amazing!!!!!!!!!!

Claudine1976 Says... 9 years ago

they are just perfect!!!

melissaanne Says... 9 years ago

these are wonderful!! How did yoou go about colouring them to make them look so natural.

Phoov Says... 9 years ago

I used wilton gel colors to color the gumpaste apricot (mixed pink and orange)...then used Crystal Colors impatient pink to dust on the shading, etc. and then quickly steamed the rose to set the color.

Karenelli Says... 9 years ago

These roses are amazing. The colors just perfect. I can't tell you how impressed I am.

Phoov Says... 9 years ago

*blushing* THANKS!!!!

CarolAnn Says... 8 years ago

These are incredible! I am verrrry impressed! Man, I want to learn to do this!

Phoov Says... 8 years ago

Carolann.....come to Anthony and we'll have a gumpaste party. I'm serious!!!!! I'll teach you!


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