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Can you stencil a cake with wilton food color spray??

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As anyone tried to use Wilton food color spray to stencil a cake? Any tips or suggestions...please help me

Thanks in advance
post #2 of 7
Yes, you can, It is like using an airbrush to spray stencils. Be sure your stencil is in place good. Protect uncovered areas and spray. Sending you a link that will help you.


http://www.epinions.com/review/Wilton_Black_Decorating_Food_Color_Spray_1_5_oz/content_573463367300
post #3 of 7
Yes, you can stencil with the Wilton Color mist spray, this is the first method I learned to do before learning to use an airbrush. I'm in the learning phase with the airbrush. The stencil came from here on CC.
Color Mist Spray Stenciled cakes:
http://cakecentral.com/gallery/1733163/joshuas-birthday
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Thanks! But it didn't work out for me icon_sad.gif
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Originally Posted by SweetDelights2613

Thanks! But it didn't work out for me icon_sad.gif


Sorry, it didn't work out! What happened?
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When i picked up the stencil it was all water on the cake icon_sad.gif
post #7 of 7
When spraying the can, did you hold it at least 6-8 inches back from the stencil? With this stuff it can't be sprayed real close and no full blasts. Lightly press when spraying. Make sure you practice before putting on your actual project to gauge the best distance. It sounds like the spray can may have been held too close or maybe repeatedly spraying without letting each application dry in trying to achieve a sold color. I hope this helps. Best wishes!
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