I'm making a fondant bow and it needs to be silver. Do I use silver glaze? That's the only "silver" I can find.
hi not sure if this will be any help, but on a christening cake i done which can be found in my pictures, i used a silver dust which worked really well dry just rubbing or painting it on, you can aso add a lil vodka to it and use it wet. works just as well.
Silver Luster Dust either used dry or painted on (mixed with a bit of vodka) works well. Also, silver airbrush food color if you can get it. I have seen the edible silver glaze which is made for fondant, there is a silver food spray that is edible as well.
silver lustre dust thats the one thanks couldnt think of the name earlyer
You may already know this, but if you tint the fondant grey first, you will maximize the silver color, whichever method you choose to use.
I did not know that - thanks for the tip!
Ditto on coloring the fondant gray first. I always start with white fondant and add a small amount of either black fondant or black food coloring. It works so much better than dusting it on white fondant.
wonderful tip. need to do a silver anniversary cake in November. Will keep this in mind