I have to give credit to the amazing Chris White for his photography skills.
I made the cute Cake Pop labels too - you can download them for Free at the bottom of this post!
Ok, so want to know how simple it is to make them?
Keep adding petals until you have a width slightly larger than your cake pop. (I used a basic chocolate sponge recipe for my cake pops, but Martha Stewart does this great cake pop recipe that would work well. ) Now for the petals that cover the sides, make sure these are long enough to reach from the top of the rose to the lollipop stick.
See, it really was simple! And I've even created the Cake Pop Labels for you to print!
I hope you enjoy making these and coming up with different styles and colours!
Thank you Jemma for this delicious tutorial! If you make your own rose cake pops for Valentine's Day, please send photos so I can post them! To learn more about Jemma take a look at her blog, Iced Jems, “a place for lovers of cupcakes & parties to come for ideas and inspiration.” Also, check out Jemma’s free Valentine's Day printables and her great parties on our main site.
(Do you have a DIY project from one of your parties that you’d like to share? Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’d love to show it off!)