They might not look quite as "authentic" as the more fiddly version, but:
A) I would NEVER get around to making it that way.
B) My spouse will still appreciate the effort & creativity.
C) It's still BACON. What's not to like??
Step 1: Things you will need
cupcake liners (Foil liners will make clean-up a breeze!)
skewers (Toothpicks might be better IF you have a mini-cupcake/muffin pan because it will make smaller holes in the bacon.)
oven & oven mitt
vase to hold to the bouquet
white chocolate chips
red food coloring
NEW paint brush
Step 2: Preheat oven & make the roses
The annoying thing about precooked bacon is that it's not crispy. But this is also what makes it possible to use this to make easier bacon roses. YAY!
Take a piece and make a spiral. Then stick it with your skewer (or toothpick). Try to stick it on the top half. (The top should be the darker color.) This is so that the fat will drip from the bottom so you get crispier bacon.
Let the bacon "cook" for 5-10 minutes. You do NOT want to leave it in longer than 10 mins though!