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post #16 of 36

Sorry for the typos. lol It's late.

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I should have my own website up soon.;o)

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https://www.facebook.com/Alissweettooth

I should have my own website up soon.;o)

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post #17 of 36

I haven't done gold, but I used the Wilton silver Color Mist for some cookies recently and was very pleased with the result.  It works just like spray paint; you can give a light coat for a touch of shimmer, or a heavier coat for a more opaque finish.  This isn't a very good picture but it shows a little of the silver shimmer.  Good luck!

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post #18 of 36

Check this out, though it doesn't seem to be available in the US:

 

 

http://www.npr.org/blogs/thesalt/2013/04/03/176108322/shiny-happy-food-courtesy-of-the-can

post #19 of 36

how to make that color gold? or else i want a color yellow gold :) thanks :)

post #20 of 36

any one can help me, how to make yellow gold icing!

post #21 of 36

marking

Jerome just read a few posts back and there were quite a few great suggestions on page 1.
 

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post #23 of 36
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Originally Posted by Montrealconfections View Post

This might interest you:http://www.sweetsugarbelle.com/2013/04/how-to-make-gold-icing/
My luster dust is the same but across the bottom it says "non-toxic" and "not for consumption" is this a different type or have they recently changed the labeling?
post #24 of 36
Her containers clearly state "non toxic" which means she is using a non edible product.

There are all kinds of people willing to set themselves out as experts and give advice. It might be well to note that pretty talk and pretty picture aren't indicators as to who to listen to.
post #25 of 36
When you see ads on a website, that tells you that this person is making some income off the site. The more traffic you have, the more you can charge sponsors. That means you have to always be coming up with something to share. I am not saying this is true about this website, just that it's something to keep in mind when we're out there.
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Her containers clearly state "non toxic" which means she is using a non edible product.

There are all kinds of people willing to set themselves out as experts and give advice. It might be well to note that pretty talk and pretty picture aren't indicators as to who to listen to.

I had to look at the picture again, I didn't see non-toxic on the side, because I'm used to seeing it on the bottom. I'm thankful for those of you on this site who DO know what you're talking about, as you've helped me from following others who see something pretty and use it without researching it. icon_smile.gif
post #27 of 36

GSA carries a line of FDA approved luster dusts.  Edible Hybrid Luster Dust.  They are much more expensive but they are edible.

 

http://www.globalsugarart.com/search.php?q=edible+hybrid+gold+luster+dust#/?_=1&page=2

 

(scroll down to see gold & silver - they have the aztec gold color that sweetsugarbelle uses.

I love what I do and do what I love

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I love what I do and do what I love

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post #28 of 36
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GSA carries a line of FDA approved luster dusts.  Edible Hybrid Luster Dust.  They are much more expensive but they are edible.

 

http://www.globalsugarart.com/search.php?q=edible+hybrid+gold+luster+dust#/?_=1&page=2

 

(scroll down to see gold & silver - they have the aztec gold color that sweetsugarbelle uses.

Have you tried any of them? I've wasted so much money on edible dusts, I'm a little gun shy.

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Have you tried any of them? I've wasted so much money on edible dusts, I'm a little gun shy.


I haven't yet but I'm going to get a silver & gold to test.  I want to try the aztec gold first but it's out of stock.  An expensive test indeed.  I will let you know when I use it.

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post #30 of 36

Thanks, I'd love to hear what you think!.  Maybe that it's out of stock is a good sign.:-D 

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