White Splatter "paint"

Decorating By aquariuscook Updated 29 Sep 2013 , 2:44pm by aquariuscook

aquariuscook Posted 20 Sep 2013 , 6:05pm
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Hey all! im doing a night sky and i have no white food coloring. I want to splatter the stars on. any ideas on how to make an opaque white splatter?  i tried 10x and water but it was dull. HELP!!!!

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AZCouture Posted 20 Sep 2013 , 7:45pm
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ATried 10x and water...what does that mean? Anyways, if you don't have a lot of stars to make, get some Qtips and vodka, and rub off the coloring in little dot size patterns. Assuming the fondant underneath is white, that will give a good look. That's what I did on a cake around Christmas time, might be in my galleries.

AZCouture Posted 20 Sep 2013 , 7:45pm
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AAh...powdered sugar, 10x? Can you just make royal icing, and pipe that on in tiny little dots?

aquariuscook Posted 21 Sep 2013 , 1:02am
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Im a neurotic perfectionist i ended up hand paiting each star w silver lustre dust.  Came out amazing  

aquariuscook Posted 21 Sep 2013 , 1:57pm
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Srkstrickland Posted 21 Sep 2013 , 2:51pm
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Originally Posted by aquariuscook 


That looks amazing! :)

remnant3333 Posted 21 Sep 2013 , 2:57pm
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Your cake turned out terrific!!! Great job!!!!

milkmaid42 Posted 21 Sep 2013 , 3:28pm
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Oh my gosh, that is a stunning cake! It may have been tedious, creating that starry night effect, but boy! you sure pulled it off. You really captured the book.



milkmaid42 Posted 21 Sep 2013 , 3:39pm
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Yikes, I just wrote a comment and somehow lost it before I posted. This cake turned out amazing. You certainly brought a treasured book to life. Now I've forgotten what I had written! :(  At any rate, this cake is really a work of art. Such fun to eat a 3-D illustration for a lucky recipient!



aquariuscook Posted 21 Sep 2013 , 6:03pm
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Thank you every cake is a lesson.  The hair on the monster was rough!  I hsve to get a better extruder. 

Pastrybaglady Posted 21 Sep 2013 , 8:49pm
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The waves on your board are fantastic!  I greatly appreciate your neurosis :D

brendajarmusz Posted 29 Sep 2013 , 10:10am
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AWow!!!! I have to agree with everyone that cake is truly a wonderful work of art. Awesome job!! How long did it take to complete if you don't mind me asking? Whoever got that cake must have been proud.

aquariuscook Posted 29 Sep 2013 , 2:44pm
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Thank you it prob took a total of 60 hours but i make everything including the fondan.  I like to make sure evrrything tastes as good as it looks.  It woukdve been a lot less time if i had a good extruder.  Saving time in this line of work is all about the right tools for the right job.  

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