DIY Fondant Roses

These roses are the cutest things that can be put atop a red velvet cupcake.  For fondant beginners or just for those who want a new varieties of decorations on their cupcake, this is great.  It’s super easy, quick, and really fun to make.

I made these roses with marshmallow fondant, which in my opinion, is so much tastier than store bought fondant.  Store bought fondant tastes artifical… and awfully gummy.  I think the best store bought brand is Wilton, and you can basically access that at any Craft Supply store, or Walmart!


1.  Let your fondant out to room temperature on a powdered sugar dusted surface before anything else!  This softens the fondant and brings it to a workable consistency.  The powdered sugar prevents the fondant from sticking to your work surface which is so annoying.


2.  Once your fondant is at room temperature, take out a small chunk and roll it into a ball. 

DSCN32503.  Using a wine cork, or any other small cylinder, being rolling out the ball.

DSCN3260 DSCN3261Roll it out to be about this thick.  You can use a spatula to help release the fondant from the surface, if you would like.


4.  Fold the piece of fondant in half, as shown. DSCN3265 DSCN32555. Folded side up, beging rolling the piece of fondant into a rose shape.  Make sure you don’t roll too lightly, or else the rose will fall apart!

DSCN3268I think that this is my shortest tutorial ever, only 5 steps!  The rose is so so so cute, and it’s so easy to make.

DSCN3269Let the rose dry out for about 2-3 hours before you put them atop your cupcakes.  The powdered sugar will disapear from the roseas it dries.  This rose is just so cute, and it’s just perfect for quickly decorating some cupcakes.

Happy baking, and good luck!

-Kristie xx


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