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How to Make Bacon Roses with Free Printable

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Perfect for ALL the lovers of pork in your life, learn How to Make Bacon Roses, then download, print, and color my Free Gift Tags. What do you get for the Dad that has everything? A flower arrangement made of meat, of course! This project is actually pretty quick and easy to create in just about an hour and a half with supplies that can be found at the grocery store and Dollar Tree. I created this arrangement for under $20 and I know my Dad will LOVE it!

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How to Make Roses from Bacon for Father's Day

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Here's what you need to make Bacon Roses for Dad:

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Here's how to create Roses from Bacon for Dad:

STEP ONE

To begin the How to Make Bacon Roses with Dollar Tree Supplies, gather all supplies. I purchased the grocery store generic brand one-pound package of thick-cut bacon for under seven dollars. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees, wrap the cookie sheet in aluminum foil and place the wire rack on top.

STEP TWO

Roll each strip of thick-cut bacon into a tight pinwheel. One end will form a pretty rosette pattern, and the other will look messier. Secure the end of the strip with a wooden toothpick placed near the bottom, and inserted all the way through the roll.

STEP THREE

Secure with a second wooden toothpick inserted at the base, forming an “X” pattern. Place the roses on the wire rack, using the wooden toothpicks as stands to keep the flowers upright. Place in a preheated 375-degree oven for 30-45 minutes.

STEP FOUR

While the flowers are baking, remove the heads from two bunches of silk roses. Disassemble the petals from the plastic star-shaped base, and then insert the plastic bases back onto the flower stems. Bend the wire stems, so they are all pointing directly straight up. Gently clean the floral wire that will come in contact with the bacon roses with a damp paper towel.

STEP FIVE

Cut the floral foam in half with a serrated kitchen knife. Place both pieces of floral foam into the plastic ice bucket. Add several pieces of tissue paper between the pieces of floral foam, and then insert the two rose stems into the floral foam.

STEP SIX

Remove the roses from the oven, and let cool on a paper towel for approximately 30 minutes. Once the roses are cool to the touch, place one flower on each floral stem. Bend the stems, if necessary, so that the roses stay in place.

STEP SEVEN

To finish the How to Make Bacon Roses, download and print the FREE Bacon Tags and/or the FREE Bacon Tags for Dad (BELOW ⇓) on white cardstock. I love to color with my favorite Tombow Dual Brush Pens. Cut out the colored image, attach it to the black cardstock with an adhesive runner, and then cut out a tag shape with scissors. Punch a hole at the top of the tag with a hole punch and tie it onto the floral arrangement with baker's twine.

Download the Free Printable Funny Bacon Tags

These free Funny Bacon Tags have a Dad version and blank version files are free for you to use, but ONLY for personal use, please. This pair of Father's Day tags are ready to print with this file, making this perfect to use with large groups, younger children, older children, and classroom parties! You will receive ready-to-print digital files that you can print at home or in any local or online copy shop.

For best results, once you provide your email address and received the email with the file link, then download the PDF file to your computer before printing, and print these free files using card stock for the most durable instructions (you can laminate them too). Print both pages, single pages, or multiples of any one you would like once you save the downloadable file below 

Please note that the design is NOT editable.

Easy DIY Bacon Roses for Father's Day

Upon first glance, these flowers look like real variegated roses, which are nice enough on their own, until you discover that they are in fact edible rosettes of delicious, crispy, rendered, thick-cut bacon. Basically, these roses are the gift that keeps giving. With two sets of gift tags to print and color, you can give them to your Dad, or customize the tag and give them to anyone for any occasion.

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People love novelties. And people love bacon. So it makes perfect sense that people will love these bacon roses. Although, it’s undeniably more fun to receive these edible meat treats than to give them unless you get to share in the yummy results.

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Handmade is super important to me because of the meaning behind the gift. Taking time to create something by hand is the ultimate of thoughtfulness and will definitely become a keepsake. Download and print these Four FREE Father’s Day Cards and create a memento for the special men in your life.

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Too busy to make these DIY Roses from Bacon now? Pin it for later!  I'd love for you to pin this project to your favorite craft board on Pinterest and then it’ll be waiting for you when you’re ready.

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14 thoughts on “How to Make Bacon Roses with Free Printable

  • So creative and elegant! Can’t wait to try it by myself! Thanks for sharing!

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    • Julie, I would LOVE to see your results! Hope my tutorial is helpful!

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  • WOW, this is genius and I am sure any Dad will love it. Pinned it.
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  • Thank you from your Vroom Vroom Team for sharing this Bacon treat for Day with us at #263 SSPS Linky. Please check back weekly to see if featured on the blog post or by any co-hosts.

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  • Not what I was expecting today on my visit, but I am sure any dad would love them! I know I love bacon so I would even like to receive them myself!

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    • They are perfect for anyone who LOVES bacon, Cara!!

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  • This is such a good idea and every dad would love it!! Great idea Beth! I’m excited to tell you that this post will be featured in Tuesday Turn About Link Party this week! Thanks so much for linking up and we hope to see you this week! Pinned 😊

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    • YAY!! Thanks a BUNCH, Cindy for the feature! I’ll be sure to stop by!!

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  • So clever! What a fun idea. Pinning! Visiting from the Happy Now blog link-up.

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    • Thanks a BUNCH, Jennifer! And they are actually super easy to make!

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    • YAY!! Thank you so much Nicolle!!

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  • This is darling. What a fun idea. 🙂 Pinned to save and share! Visiting from the Sweet Tea & Friends linkup.

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