How to make a ribbon rose in 40 sec.

Here is a video tutorial on how to make a ribbon rose. As you can see CakeJournal is now on youtube. I am just testing this so please abstract for the poor picture and sound quality πŸ™‚ I would though really love your feedback. Is this something you would like to see more of?

Please visit my tutorial section if you want to learn techniques on how to make other types of gum paste flowers.

Happy Caking!

Louise

Comments

  1. priscilla kuhny says

    Dou hve any tutorial for decorating with buttercream???

    Anyhow,,, i really enjoy to read all your tutorial…
    U r a kind woman… Love to share with people begginner in bakinglike me…

  2. sylvia says

    Ur pastes are great, just very wonderful. I would love to have mine look like urs someday. Am a begginner. I love ur work

  3. lorraine says

    my daughter is twelve and loves making cakes she is very good your site has good easy to follow instructions and lots of advice thankyou

  4. Lorraine says

    I love your web site. Glad to have found it and your instructions are great. Thank you so very much.

  5. Fabia says

    I totally love your website, I have learned a lot!!! and of course I would love to watch your tutorials in youtube!
    Please I would love to see a tutorial of a gift box cake!!! thank you my dear.

  6. Cindi says

    I would love to see how you make a magnolia. I have seen so many variations of this flower. I am always looking to learn new things,new angles from other artists. Thanks.

  7. Marcella Lee says

    Hey Louise,

    I really liked video it helps to see you do it, but I still like to have it where I can print it, so I can go back to it in my file . I’m very new to this, all the information I can get is great. Thanks for your help it means alot!!!!!

  8. Emma says

    Hi Louise,
    Great tutorial! I love these little roses! However, mine seem to get a little cracked on top, where it’s been rolled – do you know why this might happen?

  9. Bridget says

    Thanks so much–for all of the information you share! I had wondered, too, what you used (straight fondant or gumpaste), so a little info in the sidebar would be useful.

  10. Kathryn @ Australia Entertains says

    Thank you so much for this gorgeous tutorial. I’ve just run this over at Australia Entertains for the Aussies to try! Thanks as always for your beautiful inspiration. Kathryn

  11. Stephanie says

    I know this was posted a “little” while ago but it’s great! Now I’m going to have to make a run to the store for more supplies! LOL

  12. Louise says

    payal: I guess that you could only marzipan is not flexible so it can be hard to make it nicely.

  13. mein says

    Thank you for the post. I have just started learning how to decorate wedding cakes and this is going to be very useful.

    Thanks again.

  14. jennifer says

    This is good,the video was not bad afterall, if the free clips that are normally sent to me by cake sites were this good i could have paid up for then, i’d really like to see more. thanks

  15. Anonymous says

    Thanks for the post! love your page, stumbled upon it while looking for some mad hatter tips. will be coming back for more!

  16. asmaa says

    so nice ,, go on ,, it is really more good when you see the thing practically not like reading it you really got it:)

  17. Nancy Weisbart says

    It is so much easier to understand a video than a book. Thank you so much! Keep doing this!!!

  18. says

    I’ve found a GOLDMINE for instructions on how to do some of the simpliest things that were causing me soooo much frustration. Your site is absolutely AWESOME!!!!!!!!!

  19. diana says

    AWESOMEEE.. : >
    So thats how you do it,
    I never thought of folding the rolled fondant before shaping it into a rose.
    thank you so much…..
    love it

  20. AG says

    Hi Louise!
    Most creative people are very visual and therefore are visual learners, so videos are great! You are doing great things here :o)

    Ag

  21. T. Myers says

    Thanks for the video!! It was very easy to see and understand, Great technique, thanks again!!

  22. Louise says

    Hi Sophie,

    I think for this one I use rolled fondant. I usually dont add Tylo powder to ribbon roses. I used a leaf cutter.

  23. Sophie says

    Hi Louise,

    Were these made with just mmf? or did you add anything to make them harder? Also do you use molds for the leaves?

  24. anna says

    wow! i can’t believe it was that easy! it was really nice discovering your blog, i’ve learned a lot. thanks!

  25. Judee Ann says

    loved the video but i hope you can explain while doing the stuff that you do.. you’re so awesome! God gve you such a great talent! i envy you… πŸ™‚

  26. Anonymous says

    I loved it! It’s a lot easier to see it being done in a video than stills. I’d love to see more.

  27. Louise says

    Thank you! One of my friends gave me some great ideas for what I could show on video. So I will work on that when time allows πŸ™‚

    Louise

  28. Anonymous says

    Thanks Louise for all your advise. The rose looks so easy. Im going home to try it out. I love the video’s.

  29. Anonymous says

    I learn by example so much quicker. Thank you! If you have anything else, please share:)

  30. Louise says

    Thank you all. I am glad that you liked it and found it usefull. I will try to make more of these video tutorials in the future πŸ™‚

  31. jcann says

    CJ, that was very cool. As they say: pictures are worth a thousand words, but videos are even better!

    You are going to be a very busy girl! LOL

  32. Diane says

    I love video tutorials.And have been wanting to learn that ribbon rose ! You sent it at the perfect time! Thanks so much!! I would love to see more video tutorials! Its so much better to see it being done !!! THANKS!!!

  33. Destini says

    I would love to see more video tutorials. My ribbon rose never turned out right. Seeing it done on the video really helped. Thank you so much for posting this.

  34. landa says

    That’s awesome. It is so cool to actually see it done because I couldn’t get it. Thank you!

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