101s Tip

Do you own a 101s tip?  If not, you need one…or five.  A #101s tip is an itsy bitsy, teeny tiny petal tip.

I use it to make tiny modified ribbon roses.

Now, when I make larger roses I always make smaller ones to match.

It’s quite addictive, almost relaxing.

I love having these around because they make perfect accents for cookies like these and are also a great way to use up royal icing.

If you need a bit of help making ribbon roses, I have a helpful post HERE.  There are other techniques for making royal icing roses which you can check out by clicking on the links below:

To buy a #101s tip, click HERE.  If you like this itsy bitsy tip, you may also be interested in a #65s tip which can be used to make tiny leaves.

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    Jen says:

    Hi,

    Is it luster dust you used to make your royal icing roses look like these? I’m making vintage tea party themed cupcakes this weekend and i am planning to make tony royl icing flowers as toppers. Hope to hear from you dear. Thanks!:)

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