Join NOW to access 998 courses Watch Now Take me to the SALE Already a member? Login David Austin rose technique with Paul Bradford HD Lessons: 10 Lesson Details Now Playing 10:31 1. Getting the cut outs ready Paul starts by explaining the numbers, shapes and sizes of wafer paper cut outs needed and puts together the centre of the roses. There’s also some information on how to keep your wafer paper moist. 14 cut outs of the 3cm rose petal cutter 7 of each of the 4cm, 4.5cm, 5.5cm rose petal 30 of each of the 7.5cm rose petal cutters and 5.5cm leaf cutters For the full tutorial and tools and ingredient lists see DAVID AUSTIN ROSE Now Playing 11:25 2. Adding the petals Paul now starts to shape and bring the petals together to begin to form the David Austin rose. It takes a few more petals than he first thought so you need to use your creative eye on this one. Now Playing 07:19 3. Conditioning the outer petals The rose starts to come together here as you prepare the outer petals. Paul guides you through the shaping and moulding of the petals to get that perfect rose. Now Playing 04:34 4. Attaching the outer petals Paul makes a sugarpaste cup for the rose to sit in which helps the rose keep its shape and allows you to attach the outer petals. Now Playing 06:41 5. Adding the final petals and centres Paul repeats the process for the last layer of petals making sure the petals have a bashed look and using enough moisture for them to keep their shape. Now Playing 01:31 6. Shaping the leaves Paul shows a couple of techniques in how to shape the leaves so it’s just down to your preference. Paul being Paul has chosen the fastest route! Now Playing 04:59 7. Colouring the rose Paul comes up with a funky new way to colour wafer paper, but requires some of David’s cherished vodka! Now Playing 02:37 8. Colouring the leaves Using a mix of gel and alcohol Paul adds some lovely lifelike colouring to the leaves. This is where you can add your own personal touch. Now Playing 09:42 9. Putting the rose together Paul brings the leaves together to create stems then by adding the rose makes the most amazing of flowers. Now Playing 0:00 10. The Tutor Paul Bradford Paul Bradford´s mission is to ‘Empower people to achieve their cake decorating dreams’ by providing a range of cake decorating courses and online tutorials through their website, which currently teaches 195,000+ students.