Add a little bubbly on top of your cupcakes! Learn how to make pink fondant mini champagne bottles for your sweetheart
Let's Get Started:
Take some fondant the color you wish your bottle to be and roll into a ball then a tapered oblong and shape carefully into a bottle while it is stood up on a flat surface.
With approximately 2-3 drops of vodka added to some gold luster dust/gold metallic edible paint - hand paint the neck of the bottle. This may need a few coats if your bottle is dark colored fondant.
Take some 3mm. ivory and cut to a length that fits around the bottle's neck and crosses at the front. Attach with a few tiny dots of melted candy melt (melt these quickly by filling a disposable bag with the melts and microwaving until ready before snipping off the end of the piping bag). Hold gently until set.
Roll out some white or ivory fondant/sugar paste to 2mm. thick onto an icing sugar dusted surface. With the blade tool cut out a rectangular shape that is an appropriate size for the front of your champagne bottle. Attach using a little edible glue. Imprint or add any detail to the label now.
Take a small amount of red or pink fondant and roll into a ball then into an oblong shape.
Shape into a dumb bell or bone-like shape by rolling the middle of the red fondant oblong with a finger.
With a little melted candy melt attach the heart where the ribbon crosses and meets at the front of the champagne bottle.
Repeat all above steps unitl you have the desired amount of champagne bottles.