Pink Rose Plaque

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Pink Gumpaste Roses on gumpaste plaque. Lovely glue blob really didn't show when viewing the cake!

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chaptips....my gumpaste teacher taught us that you can hardly get them too thin,,,just to keep rolling. It seems to work. The gumpaste sure has to be nice and pliable. There's a new kind I'm going to try that actually looks translucent when you are finished.

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I don't even know enough about it to tell you! My wilton instructor took a class from a gal named Beth Parve (I think that's her name), and she manufactures and sells her own gumpaste. My friend felt like it was a very superior product and is going to stock it in her decorating store. Her finished flowers from the class had this translucent appearance. They were just a cut above what we're producing with Wilton's gumpaste mix.

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these ar beautiful cakes i am the one you told to give up buttercream roses if i can make roses i/3 as good as you are the gumpaste roses i will be one happy persom thanks middysmom

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Oh you can! And these are some of my better ones. Even the first ones were fine. If I were you though...I'd check out the ribbon roses first. They're great to make when you're in a hurry~ and I seem to be in a hurry alot! LOL The gumpaste ones will take some studying. Wilton has a kit/course that you could buy and work thru on your own at home if you're inclined. The instructions are pretty good~

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chaptips....my gumpaste teacher taught us that you can hardly get them too thin,,,just to keep rolling. It seems to work. The gumpaste sure has to be nice and pliable. There's a new kind I'm going to try that actually looks translucent when you are finished.

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I don't even know enough about it to tell you! My wilton instructor took a class from a gal named Beth Parve (I think that's her name), and she manufactures and sells her own gumpaste. My friend felt like it was a very superior product and is going to stock it in her decorating store. Her finished flowers from the class had this translucent appearance. They were just a cut above what we're producing with Wilton's gumpaste mix.

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these ar beautiful cakes i am the one you told to give up buttercream roses if i can make roses i/3 as good as you are the gumpaste roses i will be one happy persom thanks middysmom

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Oh you can! And these are some of my better ones. Even the first ones were fine. If I were you though...I'd check out the ribbon roses first. They're great to make when you're in a hurry~ and I seem to be in a hurry alot! LOL The gumpaste ones will take some studying. Wilton has a kit/course that you could buy and work thru on your own at home if you're inclined. The instructions are pretty good~


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