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Sugar Work By kissyphers Updated 17 Sep 2009 , 1:22pm by Makeitmemorable

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kissyphers Posted 16 Sep 2009 , 7:47pm
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I am wanting to make a beer stein for my nephew's birthday can some ome hlp me?

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Steelgoddess Posted 16 Sep 2009 , 9:12pm
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What do you want to know??

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Makeitmemorable Posted 17 Sep 2009 , 1:22pm
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Here is beer glass I did - it may help.

This was 2 x 7" rounds, 1 x 6' inch round.

The 6 inch I sliced and used a thin layer for the bottom rim and the curved top for the top of the cake.

2 x 7' were tiered in the middle. I put stripes of rolled fondant around the outside of the cake before I covered it. I rolled the fondant around, trimmed it and made the seam where the handle was and smoothed it. With the ball tool I shaped the icing between the fondant pieces under neath to give it the 'glass' shape. The top was covered with royal icing but you could use butter cream. I pre made the handle well in advance with fondant and gum trag to ensure it dryed. I painted the fondant the 'beer' colour and then just rubbed my silver dust over it as accents to the shape of the glass and rims.

I covered the board in fondant and marked the lines to make it look like wood and then painted it with vodka and gel, the bowl I moulded from a small glass bowl I have and then just made the peanuts from fondant.

If you would like any other info, please don't hesitate to ask.

Best of luck,

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