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How to Pipe Royal Icing Roses (with Four Coloring Methods)

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No cookie project this week – instead I’ve got a technique video to add to your repertoire of decorating fundamentals! I often use royal icing roses on my cookie projects to add interest and dimension, and so I thought it was high time to give you my take on this classic decoration. There are probably as many ways to make royal icing roses as there are YouTube videos on the subject – so please bear in mind that what’s shown here is simply what’s worked best for me. If you’ve mastered another approach, that’s certainly fine too!

In addition to showing you the basics of piping roses, I share four methods for adding color to them – two while piping, and two after the roses have completely dried.

Enjoy!

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RELATED LINKS:
Royal Icing recipe (with consistency adjustments): http://www.juliausher.com/blog/more/royal_ici ng
3-D Wedding Bouquet video: http://tinyurl.com/qdmmvsx
3-D Contoured Wedding Cake video: http://tinyurl.com/ot2fd2p
Rose Nail source (This link directs to a 2-inch #913 Ateco nail, which is more than large enough to support roses for cookies; smaller nails are also available from this site): http://tinyurl.com/l6ukkpk
Rose Petal Tip source (I typically use tips #101S to #103 for roses for cookies; #101 for small ¼-inch roses, and #102 or #103 for ½-inch or larger roses): http://tinyurl.com/mjzcnks

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CREDITS:
Music by: Kevin MacLeod, http://www.incompetech.com
Videography/Editing by: Kat Touschner, https://www.youtube.com/user/kattouschner

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