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post #242 of 344
I must say your cake came out awesome and I really want to give this a try. I was wondering? Are the bottles and ice edible? I know you would want to remove the bottle but would you have to remove the ice before cutting/eating the cake?
post #243 of 344
the bottles and ice are edible. i removed the bottles and most of the ice when i cut it , cuz its really hard to cut with it on
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post #244 of 344
I agree with Kayla; removing the bottles makes it easier to cut the cake. I actually flavored the ice, so it was fun eating it like candy.. icon_biggrin.gif
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post #245 of 344
Oh gosh!!! How do you lock in this post to keep??? this is wonderful. thanks for sharing it.
Dede Wilson (cake decorator) I dont want people to look at my cakes and say: It's to pretty to eat. I want them to look at them as dessert and want to eat them. .
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Dede Wilson (cake decorator) I dont want people to look at my cakes and say: It's to pretty to eat. I want them to look at them as dessert and want to eat them. .
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post #246 of 344
I made my molds and 2 bottles already but when I am going to take the bottles out the mold my mold tore do you guys have any sugestions?

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post #247 of 344
What did you use to make the molds?
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post #248 of 344
icon_redface.gificon_redface.gificon_redface.gif I use Amazing molding Putty, do you think I made them too thin? I made 2 molds from 1 package
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post #249 of 344
Hmmmm, I don't know. I use Mold Builder and it is really sturdy. I put about 5 or 6 coats on.
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post #250 of 344
I think you might have it too thin.. I put 10 - 12 coats on the ones I made. I have poured at 12 bottles from the first one I made.. sorry that happened.. icon_sad.gif
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post #251 of 344
ok... CakesByLJ... i see your instructions.. all the way to the picture that shows mold cut in half.. see bottle inside. but back in post.. i do read the other persons.. instructions of making whole mold... taking it off bottle.. then filling with cooked sugar and all.. just asking.. why is your mold cut in half.. you say to keep it whole for no seams. i truly am a little confused. i actually read over this thread about a month ago. now i am reading over it again.. tia for answering this ques tion..
post #252 of 344
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ok... CakesByLJ... i see your instructions.. all the way to the picture that shows mold cut in half.. see bottle inside. but back in post.. i do read the other persons.. instructions of making whole mold... taking it off bottle.. then filling with cooked sugar and all.. just asking.. why is your mold cut in half.. you say to keep it whole for no seams. i truly am a little confused. i actually read over this thread about a month ago. now i am reading over it again.. tia for answering this ques tion..



I am confused now.. icon_lol.gif I use the mold with the rubber latex, and it is not a half mold, it is the whole one, with the opening at the bottom of the bottle. I know there are several sets of instructions by different decorators and they are confusing. I recently made my own tutorial for the demo I gave at the TN Cake Festival. If you would like yet another set of instructions icon_confused.gif I will be happy to send them to you. PM me your personal email addy..
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post #253 of 344
[quote="CakesByLJ"]
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I am confused now.. icon_lol.gif I use the mold with the rubber latex, and it is not a half mold, it is the whole one, with the opening at the bottom of the bottle. I know there are several sets of instructions by different decorators and they are confusing. I recently made my own tutorial for the demo I gave at the TN Cake Festival. If you would like yet another set of instructions icon_confused.gif I will be happy to send them to you. PM me your personal email addy..


Hi CakesbyLJ, can you please tell me where you bought 'rubber latex'?? I also thought that you make whole bottles not half...right? icon_confused.gif
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post #254 of 344
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Hmmmm, I don't know. I use Mold Builder and it is really sturdy. I put about 5 or 6 coats on.


Quick question, what is 'Mold Builder'?
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post #255 of 344
[quote="Rosie2"]
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Originally Posted by icer101


I am confused now.. icon_lol.gif I use the mold with the rubber latex, and it is not a half mold, it is the whole one, with the opening at the bottom of the bottle. I know there are several sets of instructions by different decorators and they are confusing. I recently made my own tutorial for the demo I gave at the TN Cake Festival. If you would like yet another set of instructions icon_confused.gif I will be happy to send them to you. PM me your personal email addy..


Hi CakesbyLJ, can you please tell me where you bought 'rubber latex'?? I also thought that you make whole bottles not half...right? icon_confused.gif
Thank you very much!!



The brand I use is Mold Builder; that is a rubber latex, and yes, my mold is a whole bottle, not the half one. icon_biggrin.gif
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