How Do You Make The Fondant Roses?

Decorating By jcrew Updated 4 May 2006 , 10:52pm by prettycake

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jcrew Posted 4 May 2006 , 2:50pm
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They look like they're just rolled, but can someone tell me for sure how to make these? They are just adorable!

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justsweet Posted 4 May 2006 , 3:28pm
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gilpnh Posted 4 May 2006 , 10:39pm
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has anyone used the wilton stepsaver rose maker, any thoughts????

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flamingobaker Posted 4 May 2006 , 10:42pm
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I've used the wilton step-saver - I really like it.
I use a 1/2 fondant & 1/2 gumpast mixture. It is much so easier for me to make the roses with it!

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tiggy2 Posted 4 May 2006 , 10:49pm
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What is the step-save? Does Michaels carry it? I'm for anything that makes it easier.

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redsoxgirl Posted 4 May 2006 , 10:51pm
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There is a version that is rolled and a version with petals. The ones on this cake are just a rolled up strips of fondant. My first attempt. And SO easy.
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prettycake Posted 4 May 2006 , 10:52pm
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I know which one you mean about the "rolled" kind..
you roll out a strip of Fondant, then you start slightly tight then as you go and roll the fondant, it gets more loose. I don't think you mean the
one where you build a "foundation", then add the individual petals around. icon_smile.gif BTW, the strip can either be folded to get a rounded edge OR not.

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