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Wine Bottle Cake Pops

These Wine Bottle Cake Pops are so fun to serve and they can be personalized with your favorite wine label. Everything is edible.

I'm going to make these fun Wine Bottle Cake Pops for my next party. The guests are going to love them!

Wine Bottle Cake Pops

Looking forward to a ladies night in? Bring along these fun Wine Bottle Cake Pops for you and the girls to enjoy!

You can order the pretty sugar wine bottles and labels from Pege from Never Forgotten Designs. She was nice enough to send me a few bottles and labels from her shop.

Head on over to Juggling Act Mama to find out how I made these fun cake pops. They are simple to make and fun to share with your friends. These would also be fun for a wedding shower, wedding favors or for a birthday party.

Enjoy a wine party with these fun Wine Bottle Cake Pops for you next girls night in. They also make a great wedding favor!

To  make these Wine Bottle Cake Pops I simply made some basic cake pops and dipped them into purple candy melts and coated them in purple sanding sugar. When they were dry, I added the paper label to the isomalt wine bottle with a drop of vanilla extract. I added a bit of melted candy to the back of the bottle and then attached it to the bottle to the pop. Be sure to hold it in place for a count of 10 to make sure that it completely attaches.

To make the grapes, I used a plastic baggie and dotted on a grape cluster and some vines. They are more artistic than realistic 😉

These Wine Bottle Cake Pops are so fun to serve and they can be personalized with your favorite wine label. Everything is edible.

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