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post #16 of 20

Good for you.  Nice work on the shoes.

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post #17 of 20

For me it depends on whether I'm covering a cake or modelling. I have had such a variation in the consistency of pre-coloured fondant that if covering a cake,  I prefer to colour my own...and often 'top it up' by adding a little pre-coloured fondant which boosts the strength of colour. Sugarflair grape is a nice purple colour.

post #18 of 20

So here's the finished work. I made this for my husband's fraternity meeting.  I'm a newby so I know it's a little lumpy. I'm working on it.  I'm still learning my way around CC so I haven't figured out gallery links and such. icon_biggrin.gif   I"m so grateful to the suggestions. This is first time I've been able to get a true dark, vivid purple/violet.  Thanks CC family! 

 

 

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post #19 of 20
SweetTbakes, what did you use to get that purple? That's the exact color I need!
post #20 of 20

The Satin Ice color chart is amazingly accurate and easy to see online.  For a true deep purple use Satin Ice 50% red and 50% blue.  

That'as right, don't buy the purple if you want a DEEP 

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