Twice a year my husband tracks down a bottle of Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Rosé Champagne (one for New Year’s Eve and one for our wedding anniversary)! The rosé has become increasing more difficult to find, however it has special meaning to my husband and I. I am blessed and grateful for my husband whom spends countless hours to find us this champagne.
This New Year’s I decided to create the signature hand painted champagne bottle with matching champagne glasses.
Supplies Needed For This Project:
• Champagne Bottle cookie cutter: http://bit.ly/1VpEBM8
• Champagne glass cookie cutter: http://bit.ly/1TpAIWf
• Decorating nozzle #1: http://bit.ly/1Lu3L9z
• Decorating nozzle #2: http://bit.ly/1Lu3L9z
• 12-inch decorating bag: http://bit.ly/1IiNWMO
• Scribe tool: http://bit.ly/1KSlQue
• Artistic brush: http://bit.ly/1MALk3F
• Coupler: http://bit.ly/1JJjuh2
• Damp cloth
• Fondant smoother: http://bit.ly/1Px80Ud
• Cookie Dough Recipe you may my recipe here: @5th avenue Cakes shop: http://bit.ly/1iLvWFH or (use your favorite recipe)
• Royal Icing Recipe you may find mine @5th avenue Cakes shop: http://bit.ly/1KLvDED (or use your favorite recipe)
• Piping gel
• Sparkling Sugar
• Flood consistency royal icing
• -Juniper: http://bit.ly/1LF4dyq
• -SugarFlair: http://bit.ly/1iMHd8v
• – lemon yellow
• -Sterling Pearl: http://bit.ly/1kMZ9B9
• Crystal Colours: http://bit.ly/1kMZ9B9
• -Fairy Pink
• Everclear, high proof alcohol, or lemon extract
• Confectionary glaze mixture 1/4 glaz- 3/4 alcohol
• Edible gold leaf 23K
Watch my video to see how to decorate a hand painted gold leaf champagne bottle and glass cookies.
For more confectionary decorating designs click on the photos below!