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LittleLinda Says... 7 years ago

Marthajo1: Ha Ha! That's a scream!

LittleLinda Says... 7 years ago

Is it just me, or do they look awfully thick for roses?

AlamoSweets Says... 7 years ago

They are thick. I made them that way so they would show up better in the pictures. You can make them any thickness you want. However, very thin doesn't work as well.

yh9080 Says... 7 years ago

Thanks for taking the time to post.

RICKASH Says... 7 years ago

they are so cute thanks for sharing..

Sugar_Plum_Fairy Says... 7 years ago

Cool! I'm such a visual learner. This is a great help!

Suzycakes Says... 7 years ago

Which side do you start from? The yellow or the bottom and roll all 3 at the same time?

AlamoSweets Says... 7 years ago

Start at the yellow and roll toward the aqua.

marthajo1 Says... 7 years ago

Wow! I had to go try it!! Pretty cool! I started at the yellow and rolled it pretty tight!! It worked! Cute little roses more real than the whimsy ones but not as good as GP ones but far tastier! :lol: THANKS!!!!!!

Sugar_Plum_Fairy Says... 7 years ago

Thanks for posting that but for all us dumb bells I think the illustration should be followed by at least one more! :wink:

AlamoSweets Says... 7 years ago

Sorry, someone in a forum was asking and didn't understand so I whipped this out on Photoshop. Perhaps when it isn't midnight I will do a better one.

LittleBigMomma Says... 7 years ago

I watched Duff do this for a group of girl scouts. He brushed a little water on the edges that are overlapped and also in a line down the middle of all three circles.

Cookies4kids Says... 7 years ago

Thanks so much for doing this. I say this somewhere else, but the directions were not at all clear. This is just excellent. :)

Lorendabug Says... 7 years ago

Thank you so much! I have bee in rose H**L! Until now that is, I just made a dozen or so in minutes! I can not believe how easy they are to make and cute they are. After cutting them out I used a fondant tool with a ball on the end and ran it around each circle to thin the edges and they are great! I can not wait to put them on a cake! Thank you, thank you, thank you! :D

Rendee Says... 7 years ago

This is the coolest! I just made a whole bunch and can't wait to decorate a cake w/ them!! :D

Rendee Says... 7 years ago

Thanks for posting the illustration! I was rolling them the wrong way, but I've goy it now. This is the coolest!!! :) :)

Rendee Says... 7 years ago

Does it matter in which direction it is rolled?? The colored diagram says it should be rolled the other direction?? :? :?

AlamoSweets Says... 7 years ago

Try both ways and see which one works best for you.

AlamoSweets Says... 7 years ago

I saw the same episode and I have found the water isn't necessary with MMF. Perhaps the fondant he uses needed it.

formerbuckeye Says... 7 years ago

Can someone post a picture of the completed flower? I can't quite visualize how it would look. Thanks.

Amy729 Says... 7 years ago

I would love to "get it" More info would be great! :oops:

AlamoSweets Says... 7 years ago

Please check out my photo section for the basic 4 step photos.

ShayShay Says... 7 years ago

That's pretty awesome! Thanks for sharing and giving the step-by-step pictures!

patriciaab668 Says... 7 years ago

thanks so much this will help me alot :D

Nyma Says... 7 years ago

Thanks a lot for the tutorial it was very helpful! ;-D

Cyndi1207 Says... 7 years ago

How easy was that.!!! Thanks so much for the step by step. :D

Diesel Says... 7 years ago

ahhhh, it all makes sense now seeing the pictures. Thank you so much for posting!

fiddlesticks Says... 7 years ago

Thanks for the tutorial! :D pretty simple after you see it !

felecia Says... 7 years ago

going into my fav's!!!! THANKS!

TC123 Says... 7 years ago

Cool! Thanks for the timesaver!

ncbert Says... 7 years ago

Thanks for the pics! I get it now...excellent!

marthajo1 Says... 7 years ago

:lol: When I saw the thumbnail for this I literally thought "Oh wow somebody did a Scream cake.... wonder why it is upside down??" :lol: Thanks again for doing this! I am excited to use this sometime! I enjoyed eating the two I practiced with last night! :lol:

gakali Says... 7 years ago

Wow! How cool is that? Thanks so much!

Erlyns_Treats Says... 7 years ago

thanks for that tutorial!

MandyBs Says... 7 years ago

Thanks for the instructions! This should save a lot of time!

Suzycakes Says... 7 years ago

Which side do you start from? The yellow or the bottom and roll all 3 at the same time?

AlamoSweets Says... 7 years ago

Start at the yellow and roll toward the aqua.

marthajo1 Says... 7 years ago

Wow! I had to go try it!! Pretty cool! I started at the yellow and rolled it pretty tight!! It worked! Cute little roses more real than the whimsy ones but not as good as GP ones but far tastier! :lol: THANKS!!!!!!

Sugar_Plum_Fairy Says... 7 years ago

Thanks for posting that but for all us dumb bells I think the illustration should be followed by at least one more! :wink:

AlamoSweets Says... 7 years ago

Sorry, someone in a forum was asking and didn't understand so I whipped this out on Photoshop. Perhaps when it isn't midnight I will do a better one.

LittleBigMomma Says... 7 years ago

I watched Duff do this for a group of girl scouts. He brushed a little water on the edges that are overlapped and also in a line down the middle of all three circles.

RICKASH Says... 7 years ago

they are so cute thanks for sharing..

Cookies4kids Says... 7 years ago

Thanks so much for doing this. I say this somewhere else, but the directions were not at all clear. This is just excellent. :)

Sugar_Plum_Fairy Says... 7 years ago

Cool! I'm such a visual learner. This is a great help!

ncbert Says... 7 years ago

Thanks for the pics! I get it now...excellent!

marthajo1 Says... 7 years ago

:lol: When I saw the thumbnail for this I literally thought "Oh wow somebody did a Scream cake.... wonder why it is upside down??" :lol: Thanks again for doing this! I am excited to use this sometime! I enjoyed eating the two I practiced with last night! :lol:

gakali Says... 7 years ago

Wow! How cool is that? Thanks so much!

Erlyns_Treats Says... 7 years ago

thanks for that tutorial!

Lorendabug Says... 7 years ago

Thank you so much! I have bee in rose H**L! Until now that is, I just made a dozen or so in minutes! I can not believe how easy they are to make and cute they are. After cutting them out I used a fondant tool with a ball on the end and ran it around each circle to thin the edges and they are great! I can not wait to put them on a cake! Thank you, thank you, thank you! :D

GraceHope Says... 7 years ago

Thank you so much for doing this...you ROCK!!!!!!!

MandyBs Says... 7 years ago

Thanks for the instructions! This should save a lot of time!

Momkiksbutt Says... 7 years ago

OHHHHHH...very smart!!!! :D

AlamoSweets Says... 7 years ago

I saw the same episode and I have found the water isn't necessary with MMF. Perhaps the fondant he uses needed it.

formerbuckeye Says... 7 years ago

Can someone post a picture of the completed flower? I can't quite visualize how it would look. Thanks.

Amy729 Says... 7 years ago

I would love to "get it" More info would be great! :oops:

AlamoSweets Says... 7 years ago

Please check out my photo section for the basic 4 step photos.

ShayShay Says... 7 years ago

That's pretty awesome! Thanks for sharing and giving the step-by-step pictures!

patriciaab668 Says... 7 years ago

thanks so much this will help me alot :D

Nyma Says... 7 years ago

Thanks a lot for the tutorial it was very helpful! ;-D

Cyndi1207 Says... 7 years ago

How easy was that.!!! Thanks so much for the step by step. :D

Diesel Says... 7 years ago

ahhhh, it all makes sense now seeing the pictures. Thank you so much for posting!

fiddlesticks Says... 7 years ago

Thanks for the tutorial! :D pretty simple after you see it !

felecia Says... 7 years ago

going into my fav's!!!! THANKS!

TC123 Says... 7 years ago

Cool! Thanks for the timesaver!

LittleLinda Says... 7 years ago

Marthajo1: Ha Ha! That's a scream!

LittleLinda Says... 7 years ago

Is it just me, or do they look awfully thick for roses?

AlamoSweets Says... 7 years ago

They are thick. I made them that way so they would show up better in the pictures. You can make them any thickness you want. However, very thin doesn't work as well.

yh9080 Says... 7 years ago

Thanks for taking the time to post.

MissPrettyInPink Says... 7 years ago

wow.. i was taking like 6 or 7 half circles and carefully placing them in the right spots. this is so much easier! thanks! :D

Rendee Says... 7 years ago

This is the coolest! I just made a whole bunch and can't wait to decorate a cake w/ them!! :D

Rendee Says... 7 years ago

Thanks for posting the illustration! I was rolling them the wrong way, but I've goy it now. This is the coolest!!! :) :)

Rendee Says... 7 years ago

Does it matter in which direction it is rolled?? The colored diagram says it should be rolled the other direction?? :? :?

AlamoSweets Says... 7 years ago

Try both ways and see which one works best for you.

cinjam Says... 7 years ago

Thanks so much for the step-by-step pictorial! I can'

moplige Says... 7 years ago

i also thought this was a scream cake at first. How thick and what size are the circles. also did you use fondant or gumpaste and did you glue the circles together? sorry for all the questions

rlicup Says... 7 years ago

This is great!!! Thank you!!!

cupcakers Says... 7 years ago

thanks I can't wait to try one

msamson9 Says... 7 years ago

I made these roses for the first time a few weeks ago and I love them. they are so easy. Thank you for this.

msamson9 Says... 7 years ago

I made these roses for the first time a few weeks ago and I love them. They are so easy. Thank you for this.

krissy_kze Says... 7 years ago

That's SO easy!! I hate making roses. This is going to help a LOT! Thanks so much!!

kandio63 Says... 7 years ago

This is great. Thanks

nalyjuan Says... 7 years ago

thank you sooo much for this....I just did it and they came out PERFECT!!! Thanks again!

Jazz2U Says... 7 years ago

Thanks for the the photos!

justafairygodmother Says... 7 years ago

who is Gp what is mmf got the fondant part just for the fact i am comp genious but not all the short forms lol thanks again

AlamoSweets Says... 7 years ago

GP is gum paste and MMF is Marshmallow Fondant

MaraCarter Says... 7 years ago

awesome- thanks for sharing

Crazy-4-Cakes Says... 6 years ago

Thanks for this, it will be very helpful!


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