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"pearlizing" frosting

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Thread Starter 
I'm pretty new to cake decorating. I am making an all white cahe for a friend. I want the decorations to stand out a bit from the cake so I wanted to know if pearl powder could be added to buttercream frosting and show up pearlized? I'm used to using the powders as paints by adding a little vodka and then drawing on designs. Will it work in frosting too? Thanks for any info!
post #2 of 5
Alternatively you can buy one of the wiltons colour mist sprays (pearl colour) and spray them.
post #3 of 5
Adding the dust to buttercream really dulls the luster of the dusts. The shortening and sugar coat the dust and make it unappealing. Silver will turn out grey, gold would be kinda brownish--I can only guess that pearl would do the same. I would paint or airbush it on afterwards.

Hope that helps!
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Thread Starter 
That does help! Thanks so much!
post #5 of 5
Look up PME luster spray. Comes in several colors and sprays on like spray paint. One can covered nine cakes for me. Wonderful product much better than Wilton's or trying to use Luster Dust.
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