Gum Paste Cabbage Rose
Gum Paste Cabbage Rose is an amazing video tutorial in full details with all information you need from tools to dust as well as more color variations, tips and tricks.
The Cabbage Rose is called such because of all the numerous petals that are needed to create this large full bloom flower resembling a Cabbage. These were developed in the 17th and 18th century by the Dutch and you will find them often in paintings by the Dutch Masters such as Renoir and Van Gogh.
These have gained a lot of popularity over the years because of their bouncy full bloom appearance especially for weddings and events of the rich. They are quite expensive and considered very exquisite.
A little about Cabbage Rose aka David Austin Rose
Do you know that the David Austin is just a popular variety of the Cabbage Rose? Yes! I read that it’s referred to the Gucci brand of Garden Roses so much that it is become the synonym-om for the Cabbage Rose; mostly in the Sugar Community.
I love making these flowers despite that they really do take a while to complete. When I just started making them they felt like forever but after a few times now; they are so easy I love making them.
Quite often you make one large Cabbage Rose for a cake and that’s all it takes to get a wow factor.
You can make a simple naked cake with just one Cabbage Rose. It really has an amazing effect.
On this Cake I have used a spray with some sweat peas and filler blossoms and while they are four cabbage roses on it.. you can see it gives the cake such a full bloom look.
I had a PDF that was very popular in my online shop but due to high demand for a video I have now updated this tutorial to a video. Yeey!!
So now you get to watch me make a Cabbage Rose from Start to finish. No it’s not boring.
I have given you everything in details so no matter how new you are; you will have no problem creating this flower. And of course there is always the forward and rewind button that you can use to skip or watch again.
I have also discussed variations in detail and shown you how I dust three different colors – just so you get a better idea of the dusting process.
The list of tools is below for you to see in case you need to buy.
Here is a preview for you.
26 g florist wire (white or green)
Nile Green Florist Tape
Gum Paste Foam Pad
Rose Petal Cutters
Rose Petal Cutter
Five Petal Cutters
Six Petal Cutters Sets
Gum pate wire cutter
Needle Nose Pliers
Gum Paste Rolling Pin
Corn Starch Pouch
Gum paste plastic envelope
Gum paste drying rack
Gel Colors – Turquoiseand Neon Purple OR
Gel Food Colors
Well, I do hope you like this tutorial and I do hope you will enjoy making this gorgeous flowers, I sure do.
Some Cakes with Cabbage Rose
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