More Brush Embroidery Questions...

Decorating By shannonlovebug Updated 23 Feb 2009 , 11:53pm by shannonlovebug

shannonlovebug Posted 23 Feb 2009 , 6:21pm
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Sorry for so many questions icon_redface.gif

Anyways....how do I get the shine as seen in the first photo? Is that brushed on after it dries (like with luster dust or something) or is something mixed into the icing to make it look like that?

Next question...How do I get a white outline and a color inside the outline? Does that make sense? Please see second pic
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Win Posted 23 Feb 2009 , 6:32pm
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This is just my way of doing things... I'm sure there are better ways!
Brush embroidery is done with royal icing, so yes, when it dries brush it with Luster Dust diluted in Vodka or Lemon Extract. That will provide the sheen.

For a white outline and color inside you are actually using two lines. Outline with white then go back with the color you desire and outline inside the white. Actually pull the colored line out in the brush embroidery method.

Hope that helps. Some. icon_lol.gif

tinygoose Posted 23 Feb 2009 , 6:36pm
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I agree with Win. My teacup cake posted under my pics is three (albeit very pale as requested) but still 3 colors of RI. I then went back and added a little luster dust and petal dusts.

Win Posted 23 Feb 2009 , 10:25pm
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Oh! Tinygoose! That teacup is precious! And, yes, exactly as I was trying to describe in writing.

tinygoose Posted 23 Feb 2009 , 11:19pm
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Thanks so much Win!

shannonlovebug Posted 23 Feb 2009 , 11:53pm
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Thank you both for your help! I agree, that teacup and saucer is amazing!!

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