What Kind Of Glitter Is This?

Decorating By lmcclaflin Updated 18 Nov 2014 , 8:12pm by cakeladywalker

lmcclaflin Posted 13 Nov 2014 , 3:49pm
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Can someone tell me what kind of glitter this on the snowflake?  I have one that's a really fine dust but I don't think it's as "glittery".  And where I can buy it?  Thanks everyone!


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cakeladywalker Posted 13 Nov 2014 , 4:14pm
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AYou can find it at country kitchen.....also know as CK:-)

maybenot Posted 13 Nov 2014 , 8:30pm
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The pic is very tiny, but it looks like inedible plastic Disco Dust to me. 


As long as you're CERTAIN that the snowflakes will be removed and not eaten, it's OK to use.  It would be important to emphasize to the client that the decoration is covered in plastic and cannot be served.


You can get a nice, completely edible shine by using fine grain sugar and FDA approved edible luster dust and/or edible cake sparkles [made with gum arabic].

cakeladywalker Posted 18 Nov 2014 , 8:12pm
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AGreat point maybenot! Didnt even think to mention that very important detail:-)

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