Sunday, March 29, 2009

Icing rose on a dowel



This is my first video, so please bear with me. I hope to get better real soon!
This technique for making a rose has changed my life! Try it. You can do it!!!!!!
Fondly, DCRose

12 comments:

  1. This looks a bit easier and faster than the method that I use. Great job on the video!

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  2. I have a question...my friend wants to make her hubby a simple cake with fondant icing next month. Do you have a brand to recommend for me that comes in colors. I doubt I really want to make my own, and will cover to layers, and use some for cut out designs like dragons and a wizard hat. Thanks! and the video came out fine! My mom used to do that, I do not have the patience as you and her do...

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  3. Chef E: I use Satin Ice. This taste the best and is pretty easy to handle. You can color it yourself. Just wear rubber gloves when you color it. I buy it from Sugar Craft. Good prices too.
    www.sugarcraft.com/catalog/misc/fondanticings.htm

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  4. Thanks for making the video Rose! You make it look so easy!

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  5. Oh, Rose...your video was wonderful! You do make it look sooooo easy to make those beautiful roses. :)

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  6. Wow That looks easy, without making rose centers..Thanks Rose

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  7. You make it look so simple!!! Amazing!

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  8. It is so simple That is why I want you all to try it. I made two roses before I started the video. That was it. No practice. No mis-haps. Just really easy. I am not kidding. This method has changed my life. I will never make another rose on a flower nail. Now I just have to figure out what other flowers I can make using this method.

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  9. I'm looking forward to your videos Rose. You make it look so simple! I have an award for you here:
    http://www.babettesblog.com/2009/03/kreativ-blogger.html
    No pressure to play along, I just want to give it to you for inspiring me to try to decorate cakes. :o)

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