there's not too many--i would cut out those shapes and use both ends of the ball tool to curl the edges up like that- the small ball for the skinny more linear scrolls--the big end for the larger end pieces-if you practice a bit you can get there--then just make the flowers out of a flower cutter and small blossoms linked together--i would make it up--
there's probably cutters out there but i mean how often you gonna really use 'em? and they cost a fortune--
or you could even over pipe the edges to get the texture/depth there--maybe brush the piping to make it look seamless
AThere's a JEM scroll cutter out there that's what it looks like to me. I wasted money on that cutter and did not like it at all. You're better off doing what Kate said
Looks like only two cutters. The scroll and the flower. Start with Global Sugar Arts. They may be using molds not cutters. Consider using a mold or cutter of your own choosing and give it your own creative touch!
and of course there's those big rose petals too--that makes it even easier visually too--just plop those around --
I know this one..It's from Wilton Gum paste molds available in Michaels, hobby lobby or Joann fabrics ..Good luck!
I have a set of metal scroll cutters, then I would place them between a doublesided lace mold and press in a design. I have used the Gem Cutter Scrolls and loved them. They impress a design in each. The only thing I would add is to lightly apply a coat of Crisco to the surface of the paste you're about to cut and it will come right out of the cutter/mold.