Originally Posted by MellyT
I haven't timed myself but i'm thinking with colouring and such, 3 (flat ones) - 5 (the 3d ones) minutes?
You should definitely time yourself so you have a better idea. Let's say the ingredients cost $0.30, and it takes you 5 minutes to make one flower. If you pay yourself $12/hour, the labor cost would be $1. If your kitchen rent is $15/hour, that would be an additional $1.25, so your cost would be $2.55 (or $1.30 if you have a legal home-based business). Add a 20% markup and you have a price of $3.05 or $1.56, with and without kitchen rent respectively.
Of course you may find that it's cheaper to buy them, in which case you should do so (assuming you are satisfied with the quality) and add your markup.