Wilton Spray Color (Black On Red)??

Decorating By Kay_NL Updated 16 Dec 2009 , 2:05pm by Kiddiekakes

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Kay_NL Posted 16 Dec 2009 , 1:58pm
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I have never used this before. I need to make a Star Trek uniform cake that is red fondant as the base with black on the top part. I was wondering how well this works? I would like to spray the black on the top portion of the cake but don't want to get any black on the bottom red part, basically I need a seamless line between the red lower half and black upper half. Does this dry well on fondant?? I am concerned that I will wake up the next day and see red through the black as well.

I would appreciate any input onto the spray on colors and how well they work, and how easy it is to make a straight line where one color ends and the other begins.


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Kiddiekakes Posted 16 Dec 2009 , 2:05pm
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It is very difficlut to control the overspray of an airbrush let alone the wilton canned sprays.I would cut out a thin cardboard template and block off each color as you do it.Do several light coats and use a stroking motion instead of a still spray..It will puddle that way.

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