White Roses

Project in first gumpaste class. White rose and rosebuds. Used the Wilton fondant large 5-petal flower cutter and varied the petal sizes/styles with the rolling tool. Liked this method WAY better than with the Wilton gumpaste rose cutters.

Comments

nanni Says... 9 years ago

I honestly thought I was looking at a real rose!! Bravo!!!

smashcakes Says... 9 years ago

wow, those are amazing

ps3884 Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful!!!

thecakemaker Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful!

cakesondemand Says... 9 years ago

wow just what I'm dreaming of doing

cashley Says... 9 years ago

wow just gorgeous, I wish they had classes like that here I want to learn how to do gumpaste

Sherryb Says... 9 years ago

Just beautiful !!!!!!!!!

tirby Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful. Is that the stepsaver cutters?

Phoov Says... 9 years ago

It's the plastic cutters that come in the Wilton Course 3 fondant cutter set. Mine are pink, and this is the largest 5 petal flower cutter. Then I just cut it apart like a pie and rolled the petals for whatever tier of the rose they were to be.

isabella Says... 9 years ago

These are gorgeous! And I agree with Cashley, some classes like that near me would be great!

nanni Says... 9 years ago

I honestly thought I was looking at a real rose!! Bravo!!!

smashcakes Says... 9 years ago

wow, those are amazing

ps3884 Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful!!!

thecakemaker Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful!

cakesondemand Says... 9 years ago

wow just what I'm dreaming of doing

cashley Says... 9 years ago

wow just gorgeous, I wish they had classes like that here I want to learn how to do gumpaste

Sherryb Says... 9 years ago

Just beautiful !!!!!!!!!

isabella Says... 9 years ago

These are gorgeous! And I agree with Cashley, some classes like that near me would be great!

tirby Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful. Is that the stepsaver cutters?

Phoov Says... 9 years ago

It's the plastic cutters that come in the Wilton Course 3 fondant cutter set. Mine are pink, and this is the largest 5 petal flower cutter. Then I just cut it apart like a pie and rolled the petals for whatever tier of the rose they were to be.


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