Make a strong rose petal tea by steeping the rose petals in water that was boiling. Allow to steep until the water has cooled. (If you are in a hurry, you can steep it for a few minutes and use it immediately, but a long steeping time gives a stronger flavored tea.)
To more easily incorporate your gelatin, allow it to hydrate by soaking it with 1/8-1/4 cup of the cooled tea mixture.
Heat the rest of the rose petal tea in a pot over the stove, and as it gets warm, slowly and thoroughly stir in the gelatin and honey. Taste the mixture to see if you need to add more honey. Keep in mind that you don't have the sweetness of fruit, so you will need to add more honey than you usually use for homemade fruit gummies.
Pour your mixture into silicone molds. If you set the molds on a plate or tray first, it is easier to move them without spilling. (When I forget, I let the gummies mostly solidify as they cool before moving them into the fridge.)
Add some rose petals, if you like. (See notes below for tips on getting them where you want them)
Move to the fridge for about an hour to let the gelatin set.
Pop your gummies out.
Serve over candlelight, or package to send to your valentine. :)
This recipe will make around 30 1-Tbsp. sized gummy treats. With my molds, I made around 40 gummies. This, of course, will depend on the size of your molds.The nutritional information is based on using honey to sweeten the recipe as written. You can lower the carbs and sugar amount by using stevia or erythritol.