Rosemary Watson Flower Former

Decorating By gma1956 Updated 16 Aug 2013 , 3:11am by cakestomuch

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gma1956 Posted 17 Sep 2007 , 3:33am
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Does anybody know how to make them?

Take a look.

I really want to know how the formers are made, I know that the base is plastic spoons. But what is the other and how is it shaped?

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ValMommytoDanny Posted 17 Sep 2007 , 6:51am
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I think it is made of very light tin - I want to say it's a very light gauge metal like flashing you can get at Lowe's. It comes on a roll. You have to be careful cutting it out because it can be very sharp.

If you are in a pinch I have seen people just use the spoons hot glued on a board without the metal.

That video was really great- thanks for sharing and I hope this helps. icon_smile.gif

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peterlori1 Posted 17 Sep 2007 , 12:15pm
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You can use foil pie or cake tins cut up to make the formers. They are heavier than heavy duty foil on the roll. HTH

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cakestomuch Posted 16 Aug 2013 , 3:11am
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AI know this is an old thread, but does anyone have any photos or can describe better what they are talking about?

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