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post #16 of 19
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Yes!  Using less butter/shortening and adding more water seems to help but then butter cream for me is a mystery, lol.  I really hate the sweetness of it and have been adding salt and a little lemon juice to help with this, plus french vanilla coffee creamer - powder, really helps bring out a good flavor without added sweetness. 
 

post #17 of 19

I just did a cake this weekend with this color.  I used Wilton teal and Wilton Royal blue to color my fondant.  The color came out perfect. Hope that helps.

post #18 of 19

I just did a cake this weekend with this color.  I used Wilton teal and Wilton Royal blue to color my fondant.  The color came out perfect. Hope that helps.

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Thanks all. 

 

I ordered Neon Bright Blue - Liqua Gel from Chefmaster.  Got my fingers crossed it comes out right. 

 

The cake will only be white and this blue-turquoise color, which is the theme color of the party!
 


Got my order today and checked it out.  Perfect!!  A little goes a long ways so you have to be careful with the color.  I will have to mix everything up together so I make sure I have the same color throughout.  The only thing missing in the order was the Disco Blue Rainbow Dust.

 

Has anyone used the two things together, the Neon Bright Blue & the Disco Blue Dust?  My plan was to dust the edges of a few white carnation/peony flowers, with hope that it would match or at least come very close!

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