Mould Sugar Roses in 4 Easy Steps|Country Hill Cottage

Mould Sugar Roses in 4 Easy Steps|Country Hill Cottage

In this video, we will show you how to create
pretty roses out of flower paste in four easy steps using a silicone mould. This technique
is great for beginners and last minute decorations. You can make roses in any colour and different
sizes and place them on cookies, cake pops or cupcakes.
A list of all the tools and materials we used is in the description.
Start by lightly greasing the cavities of the mould with your fingertips. This helps
to release the roses from the mould. Form a small ball of flower paste that has
roughly the size of the cavity you want to use and roll it between your palms until no
creases are showing. Press the paste firmly into the mould and
remove any excess paste with your thumb. Make sure the edges are clean and the paste fills
out every part of the mould. Allow the paste to dry for a couple of minutes. Carefully unmould the roses and let them dry completely on parchment paper. Depending on
the size of the rose, this usually takes between one and six hours.
You can prepare these roses well in advance and store them in an airtight container until
you need them. Thank you so much for watching and please
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10 thoughts on “Mould Sugar Roses in 4 Easy Steps|Country Hill Cottage

  1. Hi, Country Hill Cottage. Those roses look really beautiful. They kinda reminds me of Thumbelina, a childhood favorite fairy tale. What did you love about making roses? Have a good day, Country Hill Cottage. 💖💖💖

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