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post #46 of 73
You're so welcome, happy to help anytime.
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You're so welcome, happy to help anytime.
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post #48 of 73
I can't believe that was your first try! It looks so real! You did such a great job. I can't wait to see what you do next! How long did it take you to make it? I hope I can get that good some day!
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Actually it takes about 15-20 minutes to make one rose. I could have made at least 2 or 3 of them during that time, but I just wanted to try one.

I used a pasta machine to roll out the dough, so that was pretty quick. Then I used the cutters, then started to make them. The last 2 layers takes awhile, because you want them to harded just a little to help them hold their shape. So for that, it took about 10 minutes, but it was a pretty quick to make it. It's the drying time that's probably the longest part.
post #50 of 73
I too have to add how beautiful your rose is icon_smile.gif Also thanks for the scan do you know how they made the formers? was there a pattern then cut out of soda cans??
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post #51 of 73
Leilani,
Your rose is beautiful and real looking! We have a hot and humid climate here in P.Rico as well. I'll also appreciate it if you decide to post your gumpaste recipe that SEAQUEEN asked as well.
Lucky you to own those Rosemary Watson's videos.
post #52 of 73
It took me so much time to write that I couldn't see you had already written that you use CKGumpaste and the tylose you add to it.Thanks anyway.
Forgot to add that you have a lovely name.
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Erlyns_Treats thank you very much for the compliment.

The former is just spoons and the foil pans. You just cut the foil pans to a shape of a petal.
post #54 of 73
Amazing and so inspiring! Can't wait to see more! thumbs_up.gif
post #55 of 73
Thanks leilani808 for the sites and pics on how to do the roses. Your rose is amazing. I cant believe its your first You inspired me to try this method so here is mine. thanks again. sorry not trying to hijack your thread.
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post #56 of 73
Great job Kelli, it looks beautiful.
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post #57 of 73
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Ooooooooh Kelli! I love the color! Did you use luster dust? I wanna know how you got that color? You did a great job! See you can do it!
post #58 of 73
WOW! Just beautiful. Love it - you did well!
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post #59 of 73
WOW! Just beautiful. Love it - you did well!
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Originally Posted by leilani808

Ooooooooh Kelli! I love the color! Did you use ? I wanna know how you got that color? You did a great job! See you can do it!



leilani808, thank you. I used the webshots you posted to get the general idea but I used spoons and just folded the tops over gently if that makes sense.
I started with white gumpaste and then used 2 different types and colours of luster dust. 1st dusted with cc luster mauve quartz then dusted with carolines pink pearl. Thank you all for your comments.
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