I made mmf and didn't add any color got rolled up in making it, rooling it and placing it on cake and then realized I didn't add color.
Any help please
I don't know if you can do the spray color. I've never heard of anyone doing that. There is fondant paints Or it might be called fondant coloring. You might be able to dip a paint brush into some food coloring gel & get some color that way. I wouldn't use too much of the color though. Sorry I couldn't help you more.
I've seen photos of cakes where the design is actually painted on with a brush, but I don't know what kind of paint they are using. I have a picture of one saved on my computer, but since it isn't mine I guess I can't attach it here, but I found it on a google search and its a tier cake with painted purple roses on it. Looks very pretty! Janice
I'm not sure about the spray. But I have heard that when painting on that some people will use their gel paste colors and a thin paint brush. It seems relatively easy. But I haven't tried it myself. Maybe if you have some left over MMF you could try it on that to see the effect you get.
Sorry that I couldn't be of more help to you.
When I made my castle cake, I covered it in mmf and sprayed the color on. I had no problems with it whatsoever. I only spot sprayed my cake however, so I do not know how it would do if you wanted the entire cake done with the same color.
Well look at that! It does work! Great job!
you do not need special colors to spray fondant. Colette Peters is a perfect example. I good majority of her cakes are airbrushed.
Turned out GORGEOUS!
That turned out so cute! Besides the spray, I love the little train tracks!!