Will The White Or Silver Pearl Dust Make Purple Fondant Roses Glimmery?

Decorating By Julie_S Updated 19 Nov 2012 , 6:09pm by DeniseNH

Julie_S Cake Central Cake Decorator Profile
Julie_S Posted 19 Nov 2012 , 5:23pm
post #1 of 2


I never used pearl dust before. If I have gold and purple roses made of fondant/gum tex combo and I want to liven them up a bit, would white or silvery wilton Pearl dust do the trick?

Or do you have to get the same color pearl dust to match the color of your fondant?




1 reply
DeniseNH Cake Central Cake Decorator Profile
DeniseNH Posted 19 Nov 2012 , 6:09pm
post #2 of 2

This is such an easy question.  Are you ready....................and yes I'm in a silly mood today.  Just put your tea kettle on and get it boiling away, put each rose into the steam for just a few seconds then let dry and they will be refreshed and back to their brighter (freshly made) color.  Not to worry, the shine will disappear on its own over night (if you go lightly on the steam - but will remain if you keep the roses in the steam for longer than a couple seconds).

Quote by @%username% on %date%