Bright Buttercream Roses Birthday Cake

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This bright buttercream roses cake was for a special grandma who loves bright and happy!!     It was all vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream.  I used my 1M tip to pipe the roses.

You can scroll through more of my buttercream roses cakes here and you can see Amanda from I am Baker’s wonderful tutorial on how to pipe Buttercream Roses here.

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  1. Denise says

    I always love all your creations, but your bright and happy rose cake for a special grandma is truly special. I hope she had a happy one and I wish her many more healthy and blessed birthdays to come. Happy New Year to you and yours. Denise

  2. Julie W says

    I just did a bridal shower cake with this technique in white. The bride’s mom asked me for a simple white cake and I showed up with the rose cake. Everyone thought it took me hours. Thanks for sharing this beautiful and very easy technique to me!

    • Rose says

      I actually started at the bottom of the cake and went all the way around, then moved up and did the next row around, and kept working up and then to the center. Hope that helps!

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