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post #31 of 454
These are looking so good woman, can't wait to finish mine icon_smile.gif
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post #32 of 454
Wow these are so good. I have been trying to come up with an ideal for my daughter's teachers for an end of the year party and I think I have found it...That is if you don't mind me borrowing your ideal. Great job

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post #33 of 454
Those are so cute! I would love to try one, but I don't have a 1M tip. I may have to go shopping this weekend to get one! So cute and they would make a good mother's day gift! Hope you don't mind me using your creativity, however I know mine won't look as good as yours do.
post #34 of 454
I found this one also and thought it looked easy but i don't know the difference between the cup method and the ones you have posted.

I don't remember whos pic this is but i liked it alot.
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post #36 of 454
I have got to find me a 1M tip. Everytime I'm in the stores I look but noone has one.
post #37 of 454
Wow...those are all really great. Supposed I should get my butt in gear and take the first step in trying these. Worst case scenario--I have to eat my mistakes.... icon_wink.gif
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post #38 of 454
Cambo, is the green shred just glued on?
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post #39 of 454
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Originally Posted by Cookie4

These are just adorable - have you considered gluing on the drip bottom to the flowerpot for extra stability in travel, then perhaps you wouldn't have to even use a box. You could use celophane and tie it up above the entire arrangement with a simple bow. Just a thought - I love the colors of the roses also.



DUH! I hadn't even thought of the drip liners! Great idea! I attempted the cello bag over the entire thing with a bow....but even after I let the cupcake icing "crust" well, the bag smooshes and disfigures them!
post #40 of 454
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Originally Posted by torysgirl87

Cambo, is the green shred just glued on?



Nope...I just laid some around the opening of the pot, then squooshed the styrofoam ball onto of it....then added a handful over the styrofoam ball to cover the white....and inserted the toothpicks! Stays put very nicely!
post #41 of 454
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Originally Posted by rosita6882

I found this one also and thought it looked easy but i don't know the difference between the cup method and the ones you have posted.

I don't remember whos pic this is but i liked it alot.



I also had this picture in my favorites....it's beautiful! I tried to make my smaller bouquets with roses on them, but the icing was too heavy and mine are at such an angle the icing rose wants to fall off. If I sat them down in the pots a litte more like the picture it would probably work, but then you run the risk of them being "messy" to remove and eat! I'll figure this out eventually! Thank you so much for posting the pic....her roses are beautiful! (mine are awful)
post #42 of 454
This is such a cute idea thumbs_up.gif
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post #43 of 454
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Originally Posted by itsajeepthing0196

This is such a cute idea thumbs_up.gif



Thank you! A couple of people have hinted that they would like to try them, if I didn't mind....GO FOR IT! They are not entirely my original idea anyway....I just put my spin on them! I don't mind at all if ya'll want to try them....I just ask that you share the pics! ha ha!
post #44 of 454
Those are cute cambo! That looks similar to an idea from the Cake Doctor in her cupcake book.

I need a 1M tip too. Wilton has a cupcake set out that has one in the kit. It also has a tip for filling the cupcakes. If I can't find the tip at the local cake shop in my area, I think I may buy it with my next AC Moore or Michaels coupon.

In case no one has seen the kit, here it is:

http://www.wilton.com/store/site/product.cfm?id=7893D338-423B-522D-F729B9F1462611BD&fid=789F9C40-423B-522D-F33B12D662603F01
post #45 of 454
Cambo-
Your so inventive! I was thinking the same thing a few weeks ago, how could you do it without the cups?! I might just scrap all the cookies that I started for my mothers day samples, and make some of these instead. Sure is alot faster than piping all those details on the cookies, and could sell them at the same price!! I love your ideas!!!
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