Blog entries tagged roses

Super easy sugarpaste rose

That’s my all time favorite silicon mould for big roses from Karen Davies

Hand Painted Vintage Rose Cookies

Wedding season is in full bloom, and wedding cookies are more popular than ever. For this tutorial, I will show you how to hand paint edible vintage roses on royal icing transfer cookies. These hand painted vintage rose cookies were...

How to make buttercream roses using Nifty Nozzles

http://www.candyscupcakes.co.uk/blog/how-to-make-buttercream-roses-using-nifty-nozzles/ I have practiced and used the popular Nifty Nozzles that have recently come on the market. I intend on using them for Mothers Day and any other floral...

Fondant Cake Toppers #18: Cute Valentine Bear Cake Topper

Hi all, Quick little video how to make a cute bear for Valentine’s day!

SMALL 8 PETAL ROSE

Beautiful and easy to make 8 petal Rose. Tutorial: http://bit.ly/1UFOBzR

How to Create Wet on Wet Bat Cookies

Decorate Halloween cookies that are breathtaking, eye-poping and look complex, however between you and me they are super easy and fast! In this video I will show you how to decorate royal icing wet on wet bat transfers. Than they will placed...

The Easiest Rose Ever my way

How to make a rose with the Easiest Rose Ever cutter Tutorial

I must admit I do prefer to make modelling than flowers that’s why when I heard of the easiest rose cutter I could not resist. I hope you find the tutorial useful 🌹🌹🌹

Easy Texture effect

Textures are one of my favorite and be a little creative and you can find it everywhere. For my recent creation ‘’Sparkly Bridal Shoes’’ for A walk of the wild side collaboration, I struggled to get the texture as I wanted. I tried tools,...

Veined Wafer Paper Rose Leaves

Working with Wafer Paper just grabbed me since I took lessons in a work shop by Stevi Auble who taught a beautiful open rose. But I was not totally happy with the leaves, so I started an attempt to give them a more natural appearance by...