Turquoise Non Pareils???

Decorating By Nadiaa Updated 23 Jan 2014 , 1:02am by Nadiaa

Nadiaa Posted 23 Jan 2014 , 12:14am
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I'm planning my daughter's birthday cake and need turquoise non pareils. The problem is I live in Australia and they don't seem to exist! 

Her birthday isn't until May and I wanted to do a small 2 tier ocean inspired cake - very girly - so I'm doing the bottom tier in buttercream using the petal effect in pink, turquoise and white then the second tier I wanted to cover in pink, turquoise and white non pareils. Then have pearls at the base of the top tier and a sea inspired crown with pink jelly jewels in it on top. And, randomly, it will also have a fondant unicorn and a flamingo on the cake too :) It's very 'her' - lol!!! 


BUT I can't find any turquoise non pareils!! Maybe I could do it in sanding sugar instead because I can make that myself? Or do the turquoise non pareils actually exist somewhere and I just can't find them! 


Thanks in advance for any help :)

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Nadiaa Posted 23 Jan 2014 , 12:25am
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Never mind!! I've been searching online all morning and couldn't find anything, and as soon as I posted this I found a seller on easy who ships to Australia and does all sorts of amazing colours! 

Nadiaa Posted 23 Jan 2014 , 12:57am
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Now I've found edible glitter. It says it's 'truly edible' not just non toxic. Hmmm….maybe I could do a glittery top tier. Or would that taste gross? I haven't used it before. 

Nadiaa Posted 23 Jan 2014 , 1:02am
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The glitter is this stuff. Thoughts? I think I'm hesitant to use it exclusively, but maybe a little mixed in with the non pareils would be pretty?

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