Mixing Colors?

Decorating By calynmom Updated 12 May 2008 , 7:34am by JanH

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calynmom Posted 12 May 2008 , 5:43am
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Need help !!!

When using different colors to make a new color....example: for coral is 3 parts rose pink and 2 parts lemon yellow...,...

how does this apply to fondant? Or is there a different method when mixing colors in fondant?

I would like to learn how because i'm tired of the same old colors.

TIA !!!

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SpringFlour Posted 12 May 2008 , 7:12am
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It's pretty much the same with fondant. The best way to break out of the "same old, same old" with colors is to just play around with color. Experiment a little. If you start with light colors, you can add other colors to change it if you're unhappy with the results. If you don't want to waste fondant by experimenting, make MMF...it's cheap!

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JanH Posted 12 May 2008 , 7:34am
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Another way to experiment with color would be to marble your fondant.

Here's an illustrated tutorial:


Marbling help thread:
(Scroll down.)



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