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Is there a tutorial out there on how to construct the  internal support structure for a self balancing wine bottle cake?  anyone has any ideas how to do it?  Here is the cake;

http://www.eatsleepdreamcakes.com.au/f.ashx?v=823544

Do you think it is all cake?

post #2 of 15
I would love to know this too!!
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deborahanne

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So they did share? Now my curiosity is raging! Lol!

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Is there a tutorial out there on how to construct the  internal support structure for a self balancing wine bottle cake?  anyone has any ideas how to do it?  Here is the cake;

http://www.eatsleepdreamcakes.com.au/f.ashx?v=823544

Do you think it is all cake?

"Yes, This is actually all cake, held in place by nothing more than air, a bit of maths and a whole lot of physics.

An unique and unusual cake perfect for your next big birthday or even as a Wedding Cake

The label is handpainted and can be customised to suit your occasion"    From their website

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I didn't ask them.  it is a business place so I don't think they would share.  I would ask if they were members from cakecental.   so anyone else has any ideas /suggestions about how this bottle is floating in the air?!!icon_biggrin.gif

post #8 of 15

Now im dying to know what the secret is

post #9 of 15

I have no idea how this is done, but I came across a class at Planet Cakes in Sydney

http://www.planetcake.com.au/courses/novelty-series/novelty-108

post #10 of 15

WOW!!! I would love to learn this but not at $1100 a class!!!

post #11 of 15

Sounds about right for PC classes. I took a madhatter class in San Francisco with a PC instructor for about $900. Worth every penny.

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"I can do that, because this is my sandbox and I've got the bullsh*% shovel." ~Dianne Sylvan, Author and Lunatic
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post #12 of 15

It is a really cool cake and if you sold a few you would make your money back....just not in my budget at this point.

post #13 of 15

Do the travel and do classes?

post #14 of 15

look up craftsy gravity defying cakes!  less than $40

post #15 of 15

Anybody ever figure out how to do this gravity defying bottle cake??

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