Thanks. Can't wait to try these, they look beautiful!
love them! much simpler!
Thank you so much for taking the time to do this, i've tried the individual petal method and they've never really come together the way I wanted them to. I can't wait to try your MUCH easier method!! Thanks again!!
Thank you...this would be very helpful!!! :)
Thanks for sharing this
What brand rose petal cutter please?
This is great! Thanks for sharing.
thanks for sharing these.they really look beautiful.surely, i will try my hands on it
Lovely! I'm so intimidated by flowers, can't wait to try.
Hi! These are beautiful & I love the Hibiscus flower. I have a question, do you insert the floral wire after the flower has dried or before? The reason I ask is b/c if I were to insert wire into harden gumpaste, it'll crack (Been there & done it). Thanks!
This instructions are down to earth, txs 4 sharing.
I am so happy to hear this is a useful tutorial. Angelfire3, You are corrrect. You can use the floral wire to make a lttle hole in the center of the flower before it dries.
Question...do I have to use a bigger rose petal cutter or a certain size because the one I have I don't think will make flowers as big as this. :)
imnamor95, it all depends on the size of the cake. I've used both, large flower petal cutter and small as shown on the tutorial picture.
Beauiful! tnxs for sharing.
This is great! I've always wanted to try one and now I can! Yay! 8D
can't wait to try them!
What does the rose petal cutter you refer to look like?
Oh my goodness, you saved the day. ALL my royal icing hibiscus flowers BROKE! I just cut the shape out of fondant and i think it’s going to work. I can’t believe how much easier this is. You totally saved my tail for this weekend’s cake order.