Has Anyone Ever Airbrushed Sugar Veil?

Decorating By qtrican Updated 5 Jun 2014 , 10:56pm by qtrican

qtrican Posted 5 Jun 2014 , 2:39pm
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I just tried to make black sugar veil in order to make some lace for a cake I'm making. After adding americolor super black and a bunch of powdered food coloring it still came out dark grey. I need to know if after the lace has dried can I give it a pass with my airbrush to make it black? Will it change the consistency of the lace? Will it make it sticky or brittle? Thanks in advance.

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emilyg Posted 5 Jun 2014 , 4:11pm
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Hello qtrican,

 

For making SugarVeil black, you can airbrush white SugarVeil decorations - this is the most economical way to do it, since it takes about 5 tsp. of powdered color mixed into one cup of dry SugarVeil to get a good black. Note that liquid or gel colors mixed into SugarVeil are great for medium or pastel shades, but because SugarVeil is so white-white, it takes way too much sticky liquid/gel color mixed into it to get a deep black, red, or any really intense color. 

qtrican Posted 5 Jun 2014 , 10:56pm
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Thank you for the response! I just peeled off my first piece of lace and I am in love with the results. I can see using sugar veil for lots of different things! It's good to know I can airbrush the product. I can see lots of gold and silver this holiday season!

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