brcowan2006 Posted 8 Apr 2013 , 7:20pm
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I saw several pics where they tinted the cake board with color. How do you do this? Looked really neat.

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Annabakescakes Posted 8 Apr 2013 , 7:37pm
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I'm sorry, do you have an example? I am not sure of what you are talking about.

scrumdiddlycakes Posted 8 Apr 2013 , 7:43pm
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Were they covered with fondant?

brcowan2006 Posted 8 Apr 2013 , 7:50pm
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http://www.flickr.com/photos/8594180@N05/1290646004/

 

not fondant, it said she tinted with coloring

brcowan2006 Posted 8 Apr 2013 , 7:55pm
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Read it again, said tinted with food coloring

Annabakescakes Posted 9 Apr 2013 , 12:18am
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I use different colors of fanci foil. But they come that color.

brcowan2006 Posted 9 Apr 2013 , 6:37pm
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Would anyone know how you'd do this??

kazita Posted 9 Apr 2013 , 6:55pm
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AHas it been airbrushed maybe?

Annabakescakes Posted 9 Apr 2013 , 8:13pm
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Bleh, why? A fondant covered board, or one with different colors of fanci-foil, or even a plain silver cake drum is a much better look in MHO...But if you must, I would say it has been airbrushed. Also, I would think it would stain it enough that you could rinse it after, otherwise, it is going to get everywhere.

okstout4 Posted 29 Jun 2013 , 6:11pm

AI just saw this post, but I agree its either been airbrushed or she got those Wilton coloring sprays and sprayed it. Not sure if it would come off being touched. But it looks cool though for the background of this frog.

yortma Posted 29 Jun 2013 , 6:27pm

Could it have been coated with a thin layer of tinted royal icing?  That would dry hard, but would crack easily on a thin cardboard base, so not sure how that would work either.  

anothernurse08 Posted 29 Jun 2013 , 7:46pm

In one of her Craftsy tutorials, Colleen Peters does the tinted royal icing cake board.

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