Help!! Please

Decorating By Tmaree Updated 5 Nov 2013 , 3:46am by RedneckHippie

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Tmaree Posted 20 Oct 2013 , 12:11am
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ACan I save my red icing that I added too much black to For depth. It looks like a muttled brick red! And I'm going for a ladybug red. I'm all out of ingredients and I'm hoping there's a color that can reverse it :/ any help, please and thank you!

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BrandisBaked Posted 20 Oct 2013 , 1:54am
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ADo you have white? That might help.

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dukeswalker Posted 20 Oct 2013 , 3:30am
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White *might* help lighten things up but you may not get "ladybug" red - when I'm trying to dye something red, I go dark pink first, then add in the red.

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cakeballer85 Posted 20 Oct 2013 , 5:15am
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AI did this exact same thing...too much black...sorry but nothing saved mine....I wasted alot of white trying...my opinion is to start over :/

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Tmaree Posted 21 Oct 2013 , 2:23am
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AThank you everyone, I tried adding white it did only lighten it, so yes I did have to start all over, thankfully my husband was there to do my store run. Lesson learned. Thanks again! :)

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christ00 Posted 22 Oct 2013 , 5:41am
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Hello everyone
I really want to appreciate this forum. People easily get the solution of their problems. This is really a great thing so many people are their to help us.
People are giving time from their busy schedules, to give solutions to those people whom they even don't know. This shows our humanity. Thanks to everyone.

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RedneckHippie Posted 5 Nov 2013 , 3:46am
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Gotta' agree with you.  I've not been registered for long, but have been reading this entire forum for a month and have seen a lot of kindness.  It's wonderful.

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