Now I realise that lately everything has been about Christmas baking and Christmas tutorials, so I really wanted to create a, pretty, all year round tutorial for this weeks video. So this week its all about cupcakes, and I have to admit I am in love with these mini rose flower cupcakes. They are based on my original mini rose cupcake tutorial, but add some new piping techniques to make them look like little individual cupcake bouquets with 3 mini roses, surrounded by white flower buds and finished off with green leaves.
I love how these cupcakes look, either on their own, put in boxes to give as gifts or as part of a cupcake bouquet, mixed with other flower designs. The cupcakes are created by using 4 different piping tips, the #34 (or in some brands the #35) which is a small closed star tip, which gives this beautiful mini rose design. The #2 & # 3 tips for the flower buds and the #352 to create the leaves. I have put links below to where you can find them all. Also I love the fact that these cupcakes can be created in so many different colours to match the theme that you are creating and just look so pretty.
I have created a video tutorial which gives a step by step guide on how to create these cupcakes and how to add the 3 different elements together. I really hope you enjoy this video tutorial and find it useful if you are looking to create some flower cupcakes of your own.
Tools I used
Below is a list of the tools I used to make these cupcakes that you might find useful:
JEM #35 Piping tip (Similar to the tip I used): http://amzn.to/2AET6eX
Wilton #352 leaf piping tip: http://amzn.to/2AF5OKp
Wilton #2 Round end piping tip: http://amzn.to/2ksOwVR
Wilton #3 Round end piping tip: http://amzn.to/2o6roSu
Piping bags I use: http://amzn.to/2xqeDlM
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