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"Bling" in chocolate molds

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HI! I need help. I have been asked to make cakepops for a sweet 15 birthday party with a princess theme. My idea was to make the pops as I usually would, then on top place a molded chocolate tiara. They want some sort of diamond/bling on the tips of the tiara top. I have tried adding two different colors of the colored sugar to the mold before putting in the chocolate. I've used a silver and white(ish)-not exactly sure what the color is. The silver looks too dark and the white one just blends right in with the white chocolate. I have added edible glitter to the molds and they look really good like that, but I'm not getting the diamond/bling effect they asked for. Is there any thing else I can try to use in these to get the right look? Thanks!!
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Would disco dust work? That stuff is about as "blingy" as you can get. Sparkles like diamonds.
FINALLY...I got a few cakes uploaded. Feel free to critique...more coming.
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FINALLY...I got a few cakes uploaded. Feel free to critique...more coming.
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I had never heard of disco dust. I just looked it up and I LOVE it. Thank you. I really hope I can find some or get it delivered by Friday! Thanks so much!!
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