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karateka Says... 7 years ago

Wow! That's unbelievable!! Is the bottle candy too?

katerpillrgrl Says... 7 years ago

Great job! Where's the cake? Either way, great attention to detail!.

aussienyankie Says... 7 years ago

How cool, where did you get the molds form can i ask?

aussienyankie Says... 7 years ago

How cool, where did you get the molds form can i ask?

katerpillrgrl Says... 7 years ago

oh my i just realized. The bottle is the cake! That's crazy. I thought it was made of pure sugar too. You did such a great job of painting it! It looks like a sugar sculpture.

bellejoey Says... 7 years ago

Thank you for the compliments. The cake was iced with a golden yellow buttercream and then I mixed yellow piping gel with a little brown and iced it with that to give it a "glass" bottle look. The "cap" is made up of 3 sections made of fondant and put together. I tried to do a buttercream transfer for the label (need some extra practice w/that one!) LOL!

bellejoey Says... 7 years ago

Oh, aussienyankie...I forget to mention, I found molds on-line that were silicon which would be better to use but JennLitton said that she saw them at "Linens and Things" so that Is were I got them. They are plastic and are actually used to freeze ice in the shape of shot glasses and then you can actually fill the ice glasses with liquor. I used the molds for the hard candy recipe instead. Worked out o.k.! :)

dolfin Says... 7 years ago

excellent, I can almost taste it.

eghglam Says... 7 years ago

Great job on the cake. How did you build the bottle? Did you use cakes from a loaf pan?

bellejoey Says... 7 years ago

Yes, I made 3 giant marble cake loafs and stacked, filled, carved...etc..it was actually pretty fun! :D

Sugar_Plum_Fairy Says... 7 years ago

You did an incredible job on this one! Looks awesome! Love the details in the bottle and its "cover

Sugar_Plum_Fairy Says... 7 years ago

You did an incredible job on this one! Looks awesome! Love the details in the bottle and its "cover". Great job on those sugar glasses, too!

dolfin Says... 7 years ago

excellent, I can almost taste it.

karateka Says... 7 years ago

Wow! That's unbelievable!! Is the bottle candy too?

katerpillrgrl Says... 7 years ago

Great job! Where's the cake? Either way, great attention to detail!.

aussienyankie Says... 7 years ago

How cool, where did you get the molds form can i ask?

aussienyankie Says... 7 years ago

How cool, where did you get the molds form can i ask?

katerpillrgrl Says... 7 years ago

oh my i just realized. The bottle is the cake! That's crazy. I thought it was made of pure sugar too. You did such a great job of painting it! It looks like a sugar sculpture.

bellejoey Says... 7 years ago

Thank you for the compliments. The cake was iced with a golden yellow buttercream and then I mixed yellow piping gel with a little brown and iced it with that to give it a "glass" bottle look. The "cap" is made up of 3 sections made of fondant and put together. I tried to do a buttercream transfer for the label (need some extra practice w/that one!) LOL!

bellejoey Says... 7 years ago

Oh, aussienyankie...I forget to mention, I found molds on-line that were silicon which would be better to use but JennLitton said that she saw them at "Linens and Things" so that Is were I got them. They are plastic and are actually used to freeze ice in the shape of shot glasses and then you can actually fill the ice glasses with liquor. I used the molds for the hard candy recipe instead. Worked out o.k.! :)

Sugar_Plum_Fairy Says... 7 years ago

You did an incredible job on this one! Looks awesome! Love the details in the bottle and its "cover

Sugar_Plum_Fairy Says... 7 years ago

You did an incredible job on this one! Looks awesome! Love the details in the bottle and its "cover". Great job on those sugar glasses, too!

bellejoey Says... 7 years ago

Yes, I made 3 giant marble cake loafs and stacked, filled, carved...etc..it was actually pretty fun! :D

eghglam Says... 7 years ago

Great job on the cake. How did you build the bottle? Did you use cakes from a loaf pan?


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