As a bonus, Cake Journal (another gorgeous site I’ve loved a long time!) has perfect video showing how to quickly make ribbon roses. Once dry, use your roses and leaves to decorate cupcakes or cakes (sneak peek of a cake below that I’ll share more pictures of later this week). Glory, darling, even that you don’t know me, I am always thinking about you, how do you look like, what do you do in your day, how do you work at the kitchen, how do you take photos for your masterpieces, I even think about your husband and your daughter ! Note ~ If you are new to working with fondant, I have a full post, Fondant 101 that shows how to color and roll out fondant, and lots of different ways to use fondant.
Add your fondant butterflies to cakes, cupcakes or any special treat.  The cakes above show the butterflies in two sizes, small on the Butterfly Birthday Cake on the left, and large on the Purple Ombre Mini Cake on the right (sources for the cutters linked above).
I tried to make these yesterday but the colours just didn’t come out properly at all. Beautiful, I’m going to make some flowers to share with my girlfriends now that spring has finally arrived. Love these and your tutorial was so well presented, I managed to make one in about 10 minutes to decorate a birthday gift.
If you’d like LARGE pom flowers like the ones above there is no need to cut your tissue paper. My daughter’s 16th birthday party is next month and she wants the whole house decorated for it. I’ve just found your website and love this simple  way to make beautiful tissue paper flowers. They would make very effective (and inexpensive) decorations for the ends of church pews at a wedding don’t you think? Hi, I’m Jamielyn!Welcome to my blog.I Heart Nap Time is a creative blog sharing easy and delicious recipes, tips and DIY crafts to help families create unforgettable moments.


I made super tiny ones last week and had solo much fun making them and putting them on dark chocolate cupcakes — the chocolate makes the red POP! Don't know how Bakerella wouldn't know you exist, as I think you are right up there with her!
My cupcakes took a major leap forward since I watched your step-by-step on how to frost cupcakes. Pick some pretty tissue paper, you will want 2 yellow sheets for the centre and 4-6 sheet for the petals depending on how full you want your flower. Fold all the sheets over at the same time, you can play with the size of the fold so get different effects but 5-6cm is a good start. Fold the yellow tissue back up, it should go back together nice and easy thanks to that little ruler trick. Now take the coloured tissue and fold it in half, cut the ends into whatever shape you would like your petals to be. Re-fold the tissue, this can be a little tricky, just try to get it back together as best you can as it doesn’t matter if it is a little messy.
Now start with one side and pull up the tissue whilst fluffing it up, separating each layer to create the centre of the flower.
Another thing you can try is creating two petal sizes, so that your inner most petals are slightly shorter creating a more layered effect.
The only thing I might add is on one side of your colors and your yellow center pieces add a pencil dot so you know which way to lay the yellow back on in step 11 to match up the right way without having to try several ways before finding the correct way.
I think ill actually try and have my sunday school class make them for their mothers for mothers day!! In the step-by-step photo below I folded the stack of tissue paper in half and then cut an 8×8 square.


Stick one on a cake stand like I did below… or dress up a cheap bag like the one above.
ALl you need to do is wrap a foam wreath with fabric or ribbon and then hot glue the flowers onto the top of the wreath. Jamielyn aspires to reach women, get their creative juices flowing, and to genuinely inspire. There are several online but yours was especially clear, and I appreciated the tip on calculating the finished size. I would suggest using sharp scissors to get a good cut and then make sure you fold them really good on the creases! All you need to do is wrap a foam wreath with fabric or ribbon and then hot glue the flowers onto the top of the wreath.
The batter itself looked very vibrant when I’d coloured it, but once it baked the colour seemed to have been drained out. At this point I like to run something hard like a ruler along the folds to make sure they stay. The most important part here is to make sure you cut quite a long way down the sides as this will make it easier to form your flower. If you notice any petals that are a little too joined together due to how the paper is folded now is a good time to fix them up.
When she’s not creating, Jamielyn loves to chase her two little monkeys and snuggle up on the couch with her man.




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