i used normal royal icing to cover the cup cakes then the sugar paste icing for the rest
via half baked
for the roses i found i brilliant video tutorial on youtube, for my first attempt i don't think they turned out to bad
heres the link
then for the bow i cut a strip and folded it to meet in the middle like a ring then flattened it in the centre then cut the bow ends and placed them behind and then cut a small strip and wrapped it around the middle, just like i would if i was making a bow with felt.
then i just winged it with the rest it was actually quite therapeutic i cant wait to try and make some more. i have got some gold edible spray paint to try out. i have been getting lots of cake things lately.
if i can do it then you can, im not an experienced cook, but my other skills helped allot with this if you like using clay or paper crafts then your already half way there.
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