Cream Icing Rose - How I make mine

Lisa Templeton
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Ingredients
Pettinice with added CMC
Sugar Glue

Tools
Plastic Bag
Spoons
(Plus anything you might find around the house to support outer petals)

Make cone shapes, the size depends on how big you want your rose and how much icing you have to use.

Make a wee ball of icing and push it out between a sheet of plastic. Make it slightly Longer than your cone.

Make it slightly Longer than your cone

Wrap the petals around the cone using sugar glue to adhere it. Make sure the first petal is wrapped nicely around to form the center.

Wrap the petals around the cone using sugar glue to adhere it. Make sure the first petal is wrapped nicely around to form the center Once you get to the fourth or fifth petal bend it out a little.

Next pop your next petals on to some spoons. Make these slightly larger. And remember you can use cutters! You don’t have to use a plastic bag

And remember you can use cutters! You don’t have to use a plastic bag

Remember the bigger you make the rose the larger the next set of petals need to be

Add these with sugar glue. You will need to use something to support these petals. Here I am using some tupperware a wee bottle and some food colouring containers anything will do! Lol

You can stop here or before depending on how big you want your rose!

Or make some more Petals! Make some more slightly larger , (again) petals and place on your spoons or for Really big roses you can use an apple box inner!

Attach these using sugar glue and again support and shape your petals

Walla finished! Make them with fewer petals for buds and increase for a lovely large open rose!

(Leave to dry fully supported! Other wise your petals will droop or crack and fracture!)

And Most Of All Have Fun!

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Wow these are great instructions! I have always struggled with my rose petals curving correctly at the edges, I never did think of a spoon! Thank you so much!

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Thank you!! Made my second, third and fourth rose tonight, and they look great!!

-- Sharon Fort McMurray AB https://www.facebook.com/pages/Oil-City-Cupcakes-780-838-0654/273742679314153

Thanks so so much! I Would REALLY LOVE to see any roses you make!!!

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thank you after seeing that ill have a go at those :-)

Do u leave the petals to dry before glue them to the cone?

awesome TFS ; )

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So so Sorry Liliana I missed this question.. petals need to be left until the tip is holding shape but you do not want the petal to be completely dry as it will crack when you put it on if its totally dry.

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This is fantastic, thanks xx

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