i dun like the slightly bigger ones people make for charms though, i like the more realistic ones. for quite some time, i've been wondering how others make the cupcake bases small enough with detailed indentations on the sides. i've been trying it myself and failed every time. the indentations would get squashed as i mark the ones on the opposite side. i've also tried various mould-makers but none satisfied me. i've even ordered a custom-made mould too, but i still didn't like how it turned out at the end.
until today, i finally made a cupcake mould that i really like !!
|here is the cupcake made from the mould ~ totally satisfied with how the indentations turned out !!! =D|
so actually, the cupcake was made with the good old polymer clay. although it's not flexible, the clay could easily come out with a bit of talcum powder, so it's not a problem. in fact, the hardness of the polymer clay held the shape of the indentations nicely. very happy with the result =)
|i used very small bottle/tube caps to make the bases.|