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Feb 03, 2011


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You are amazing! Thanks for sharing your great idea. The two-tone roses are to die for!


Looks very easy and elegant! You could probably also put a smear of one color in your bag going up the side in a strip, then add white (or whatever color), if you hold your bag in a certain way it should sort of tip the roses in color. I do it with real tip 104 roses, I imagine it would work this way too. I also do it with swirling colors together on cupcakes too. Hmm now I wanna make cake..


Thanks for sharing that!!! What a great idea adding color!!! :D


Thanks Amanda! You make it look easy. MAYBE I can do it:) So beautiful, the second time around!

Amber | Bluebonnets & Brownies

So awesome! I can't wait to see the vertical cake tutorial, I'm dying to know how you did it.


Just beautiful. You have amazing talent!!


I love it!!! And the swoop was a brilliant idea!!

Diane {createdbydiane.blogspot.com}

Looks great, roses are my favorites and yes white is so pretty. Great job!!! So pretty :)

Jessica @ How Sweet

Wow! I think I totally need to try it!


I want to wear this cake like a dress! can you make some videos, just for me? I want to become a piping master just like you! xx


Stunning! I don't know how you do it but I wanna be like you when I grow up. :-) The all white is just superb. I am going to try this...just have to see if I can do it.

Thanks so much for all the info you share!

Monica Lim

words cannot describe... u're uh-may-zing and i look forward to your updates every week!! xo

sana faiz

i just wanna asked after decorating the cake completely does it need tu place inside fridge?isnt butter cream prespired inside refrigerator


Love this!!!! Thank you so much for sharing this. ♥♥


Great tutorial and you make it look so darn easy but I doubt that it is. Thanks for showing us what that color mist can do. I've seen it but never used it. I'm with you that the white roses are the best for your beautiful cake.


Completely floored as usual

Dianne Chadwick

You are so AWESOME! This is such a beautiful design!




Just one word:

Already sent to the printer!

Sylvie @ Gourmande in the Kitchen

I just can't get over how beautiful this cake is! I'm so glad you shared how you did it, not that I could ever hope to recreate this.


Very very really beautiful!!! Just like real roses!

Emma @ Poires au Chocolat

That is so much simpler than I thought it would be! Wonderful tutorial, thank you :)

Happy Cook

Wowo beautiful, I have seen thise color mist and didint know what they are used for. Wish i could make roses like this.


I am amazed, your cakes looks amazing. My daughter loves making cakes, am definetely making this on the weekend with her. Thank You :)


Question: Did you spray the roses before or after you put the cake in the fridge to set?

This really is one of the most gorgeous creations I have seen. I do have a 1M tip and will definitely make this my next decorated cake. My mind is racing right now on what else to do with these swirls... topiaries in green and little pink flowers... roses interspersed with the vertical ribbons...edible glitter added for snow on the roses... WOW.

Thanks for the inspiration!


So simple yet so stunning! You're right, roses on top of cupcakes have been going on for ages, it makes sense to do the same on a cake.
This is absolutely gorgeous. I could see it as a wedding cake too.

Brilliant! :D


I can't say how much I LOVE this cake!!! Beautiful!! Thanks for sharing!


wow! This rose cake looks incredibly amazing!


Im shocked at how easy yet so elegant this method makes a cake look! Im too excited to try this...thanks for sharing !!!


Fabulous cake!!!!


The cake took my breath away... awesome job and your directions almost make me think I could do it even though I am a rotten cake decorator. I can't think of a better cake for valentines or any time!


I love it white!! I might be tempted to try this.


the tutorial is FANTASTIC!
i am s o o o excited to try this…& look forward to the vertical layering (which i am trying to imagine how to create & just cannot!)….
thanks so much!

Kristen @ High Heels and a Hammer

Stunning cake Amanda!!! You are so talented girl. I'll have to try this one for sure! :)


Thanks so much for explaining!! I can't wait to try this for my Mother-in-law's Birthday coming up. It will take her breath away!!

Amy | She Wears Many Hats

I didn't think it was that easy. I think I'm gonna try it too!

Renee (Kudos Kitchen)

Wowza! You have left me speachless!!! Stumbled and in love!


This cake is so easy! I was thinking you made roses with a rose tip and a nail and put them on. I would have gone about this the hard way instead of your sneaky genius way.

Ashley G.

Soooo pretty, love it! Going to see if my husband will try to make it for me for Valentines Day! =)

Robyn | Add a Pinch

I'm going to have to give this a try. You make everything look so easy and attainable! :)


Sp beautiful! Can't wait to try it!


YOU ROCK!..........I love how beautiful this turns out, yet how simple it is to achieve!!
Thanks Amanda

Paula (Salad in a Jar)

I think I can do this. Your pictures make it look easy anyway.


This looks absolutely amazing! Congrats! :)


I really can't waitto try this. I need to start practicing for march. I think I will try the practice round for Valentine's day. :O) Woohoo I think I can I think I can I think I can


Wow thanks for the tutorial! I'm wondering if you would mind sharing how you made the vertical layer cake inside.


I should have waited for you to put up your tutorial before I made my cake, haha!


It's so beautiful! You make the decorating look so simple but I'm not sure I could accomplish that.


This is amazing. When I saw it I thought 'that's what my wedding cake will look like someday.'


I absolutely love this cake! Thanks for sharing this how to!

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