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post #31 of 36
They were in a hatbox-type container. Do those bottles fit tips? I originally got them to work with Candy Melts, so I'd never even thought about them for icing. I'm working on my daughter's birthday party theme. It won't be in July, but if I want to make butterfly cookies I figure I'd better get practicing!
post #32 of 36
literarybeauty: I had seen those at michaels, and decided not to get them because the opening didn't look the right size for couplers and tips. Let me know if they do, I will pick some up. I think you can never have too many bottles icon_smile.gif
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post #33 of 36
I don't believe they do. I believe they are just smaller versions of the 'ketchup' type bottles.
post #34 of 36
That's what I was thinking, Chilz. thanks. Hey, love that doggie. I'm dying to try that with my bichon now icon_smile.gif
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post #35 of 36
That's my pride and joy, shiney! Poodle/Pomeranian mix
post #36 of 36
Chilz He/she is a cutie-patootie!! My bichon just had puppies, she got out of the yard couple of months ago, oops! They are cute, but still a mystery! I'm tempted to put a wanted poster in the neighborhood "who's my daddy?"
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