How To Do A Rose With A Witch Hat Nail Tip

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bizcocho Posted 21 Dec 2006 , 8:03pm
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I think a while back someone posted pictures of a nail tip that has a cone in it to pipe the rose. I am desperately in need of finding this information. If anyone knows where I find it, please let me know ASAP.
Thanks.
Bizcocho.

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Sweetgurl Posted 22 Dec 2006 , 1:21am
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If you are inquiring as how to make one, it is about the same way you do a rose on a flat tip. I make a couple of swirls around the cone, then just start doing the petals. This is a great rose nail and the roses turn out with a nice petal silouette.

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tiggy2 Posted 22 Dec 2006 , 1:47am
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Where do you find the witch had nail tip? It sounds easier than making the cone with BC and having it wobble.

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JanH Posted 22 Dec 2006 , 4:34am
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Is this what you're looking for, Ateco Witche's Hat Rose Flower Nail #910:

http://bakerstools.com/prods/910.html

HTH

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cakemommy Posted 22 Dec 2006 , 4:41am
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I made my own by super gluing a narrow #0 tip to one of my rose nails!


Works like a charm!


Amy

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rezzygirl Posted 22 Dec 2006 , 4:32pm
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I was wondering ... how do you remove the rose from the nail tip?? Wouldn't it stay attached to the nail?



-Rezzy

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JaneK Posted 22 Dec 2006 , 4:42pm
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Rezzycakes wrote:

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I was wondering ... how do you remove the rose from the nail tip?? Wouldn't it stay attached to the nail





Good question..I was wondering the same thing too?..it is even hard for me to remove a bc rose from the nail normally icon_redface.gif I have mushed more than my fair share of them...I now freeze them for 5 min and it helps..

Jane

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cakemommy Posted 22 Dec 2006 , 5:53pm
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It takes practice but you can either use a pair of scissors or Wilton's flower scissors. You spin the tip and pull it down while you have the scissors open around the tip under the flower. It took practice and practice and practice for me. The center bud of the flower kept collapsing. That's really the only down side of this rose nail.

If anyone has an easier way to do this I'd sure love to know!


Amy

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bizcocho Posted 22 Dec 2006 , 6:24pm
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Thank you all for answering. I'm going to try it. I had the same questions, if I do the base on the tip doesn't this gets attached to the tip. Oh well...I;m going to try it.

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