Coloring Candy Melts Tiffany Blue

Decorating By wendiloossweets Updated 26 Feb 2013 , 8:46am by drummerg68

wendiloossweets Posted 26 Feb 2013 , 8:20am
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ACan someone here help me please. What colors do I mix to make tiffany blue? I have a large order soon and can't seam to get the color right. I've tried mixing green and blue bu americolor oil base and it gives me a very loght minty green or a very deep teal. :( please help!:-(

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drummerg68 Posted 26 Feb 2013 , 8:28am
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A simple Google turned this up. If i read it correctly she used just Blue a tinny bit at a time no green at all. If you scroll down a bit, using this method she was able to match the color pretty much exactly.

wendiloossweets Posted 26 Feb 2013 , 8:36am
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[email protected] I've too found that post on google and tried it and it gave me a baby blue medium blue and then dark. :( but not tiffany blue. Thanks for replying. :)

drummerg68 Posted 26 Feb 2013 , 8:44am
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No problem. I also read to omit the green and try mixing teal and sky blue. 5 drops of teal to 1 drop of sky blue, but you have to adjust based on the amount of chocolate you use. I would start with the 5:1 ratio, and if it is to dark just melt in a bit more white until you get your desired shade.


This person was making macrons and used sky blue and leaf green.

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