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Pastel Food Colors

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Hi. Does anyone have a recommendation for pastel food colors?  I'm finding bunches of pastel sanding sugars, but not necessarily the colors. Thanks! :) 

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Just use a tiny bit of color.
post #3 of 6
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Hi Godot,

I will give that a try. I love AmeriColor, but boy are they concentrated!

Thank you!

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That's why toothpicks are handy.

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Or of course, you could use McCormick liquid food colors, in the little dropper bottles, from the grocer. With those, you'd have to pour in half a bottle to get anything that ISN'T pastel.

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