How Would I Achieve A Tiffany Blue Color With Candy Melts

Sugar Work By cookieswithdots Updated 10 Aug 2012 , 7:07pm by HamSquad

cookieswithdots Posted 1 Aug 2012 , 10:05pm
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I'm going to be working on some cake pops in the future. How would I get a Tiffany Blue color?


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HamSquad Posted 2 Aug 2012 , 4:06am
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Isn't Tiffany Blue a light blue with a drop of green? With the candy melts, maybe mix some blue candy melts with white candy melts to lighten and add a drop of melted green candy melt in or used candy coloring. I'm curious to see if this works. I know this would be an experiment I would do. I really hope this works.

Jeannem Posted 10 Aug 2012 , 3:32pm
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I just did a batch of cake pops for a Tiffany wedding..used blue mixed with yellow. No white.. The green was too dark..Drat, I even weighed out the amounts so all batches would match, and didn't save my cheat sheet. I used CK melts (not Wilton)

HamSquad Posted 10 Aug 2012 , 7:07pm
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I must try blue with yellow, also the CK melts, thanks for reporting back with the info! Please post pictures, I'm know everything was just beautiful!

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