The purplish-pink bitterroot is the official flower of Montana, and was even written about by the explorers Lewis and Clark. The Bitterroot Mountains, Bitterroot Valley, and Bitterroot River are all named for it, too! You'll want to use a large flower nail (3" across) and appropriately sized parchment paper squares, as well as a petal tip #104, round tip #3, a glue stick, a Styrofoam block to rest the flower nail in, and a dusting pouch filled with a 50/50 mix of cornstarch and powdered sugar. You'll also need stiff consistency royal icing in almost any shade of pink; I used Fuchsia Soft Gel Paste by AmeriColor. Start by sticking a parchment square to the flower nail with a generous dab from the glue stick.