Sue-F Posted 17 Feb 2014 , 8:34am
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AI hope you can all help, I am making a cake for a pharmacist's birthday... So pestle and mortar and pill bottle. The problem I have is the bottle. I have made a hollow bottle out of flower paste, it is round in section, but want to put a label on , how do I do that? If it were flat it would. Be easy, but it is curved, normally I would cut a label out let it dry and then write on it with writing pens, I find wet paste the pens dig in, but I don't think writing on the curve will be easy.... Any brilliant ideas to help me out of this problem I seem to have made for myself.

Thanks

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Snowflakebunny23 Posted 17 Feb 2014 , 8:48am
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I can think or two solutions…1) find something bottle-shaped and let your paste dry over it and then write on it (It's a bit awkward so maybe make two, just in case one goes wrong!).  2) have a label printed onto edible paper and just attach it :-)

 

Suppose a lot comes down to what type of look you want to go for..

sugarflorist Posted 17 Feb 2014 , 12:55pm
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AHow about writing on rice paper and just attaching it at the corners with RI

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