How Do You Think This Is Done?

Decorating By morganchampagne Updated 3 Nov 2013 , 8:25am by morganchampagne

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morganchampagne Posted 2 Nov 2013 , 8:24pm
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I have two ideas...

 

1) colored fondant rolled into pearls and tossed in pearl dust

 

2) colored fondant rolled into pearls and tossed in pearl dust of matching color...ive seen blue pearl dust, green pearl dust etc etc in the cake decorating store. 

 

The reason im asking is because the color seems to really pop...thats the effect im going for. Any suggestions are appreciated. 

 

 

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Dayti Posted 2 Nov 2013 , 8:39pm
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I would say option number 2 ;)

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morganchampagne Posted 2 Nov 2013 , 9:17pm
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AThat is the way I was thinking...seeing as how those colors really pop

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morganchampagne Posted 2 Nov 2013 , 9:17pm
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AThanks!!

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cupcakemaker Posted 2 Nov 2013 , 10:51pm
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APut the lustre dust in a food bag and roll the balls in the bag.

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Chellescakes Posted 2 Nov 2013 , 10:58pm
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you add a little cake decorating alcohol to the bag or container along with the lustre dust.  

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morganchampagne Posted 2 Nov 2013 , 11:00pm
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ARight....but do you use luster dust that's the same color or the regular pearl color

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Chellescakes Posted 2 Nov 2013 , 11:04pm
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You can do either , If I want a particular colour lustre , I just add the white or pearl lustre to some ordinary petal dust . I usually make the balls out of white fondant with a little tylose added, although that isn't necessary . 

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Chellescakes Posted 2 Nov 2013 , 11:11pm
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It isn't a good photo but the beads on the second tier are all make using that method. I started with white and added the lustre and colour with a  small amount of alcohol swished them around and them popped them on some paper towel to dry , The alcohol dries off and you can reuse the dust . 

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MBalaska Posted 3 Nov 2013 , 2:34am
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Originally Posted by Chellescakes 
 

It isn't a good photo but the beads on the second tier are all make using that method. ..........

cute cake! Chellescakes.  did you roll all of those by hand, it looks like you put a great deal of time into it.

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morganchampagne Posted 3 Nov 2013 , 4:37am
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AThank you guys for all your help!!

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Chellescakes Posted 3 Nov 2013 , 5:11am
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Originally Posted by MBalaska 
 

cute cake! Chellescakes.  did you roll all of those by hand, it looks like you put a great deal of time into it.

I use a pearl maker so they are all the same size , and then roll them by hand, those ones also have a hole poked through the centre so I could make the cake jewellry with them . I use a french knitter to make the band with. 

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MBalaska Posted 3 Nov 2013 , 8:21am
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Thank you guys for all your help!!

morganchampagne:  post your photo plz, with your decorating skills it will be a nice cake.

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morganchampagne Posted 3 Nov 2013 , 8:25am
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AI definitely will. Thanks so much for the compliment!

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