Sequin Cakes

Decorating By Aish90 Updated 10 Jul 2018 , 1:16pm by Freckles0829

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Aish90 Posted 9 Jul 2018 , 4:58pm
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I was wondering if someone would be able to help me on how I could make this cake? I have never made a sequin cake before. Can I get the sequins ready made in that colour? I am in love with the colour.  

Also how would I get that shiny  colour on the 2nd tier?

Also anyone know what the cake sizes used are?


Sequin Cakes

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kakeladi Posted 9 Jul 2018 , 10:00pm
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Are y ou talking about that middle tier - the silver one?  I think it is just a wide ribbon wrapped around the cake.

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TruCake Posted 10 Jul 2018 , 12:59am
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I think that tier may be a disco glitter brushed on heavy.  My picture is not very clear.  Looks like a blush or light rose color

Sequins can be done several ways:

* You can make edible sequins from gelatin the color you need

* Use on fondant cake, paint very thin w/ gel, add colored sequins, or add sequins and air brush

* Use butter cream add sequins to BC then paint with colored dust

* there are silicon sequin molds you can buy and color how you need to

The 2nd from the bottom tier it either painted by hand or air brushed

Good Luck

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Freckles0829 Posted 10 Jul 2018 , 1:16pm
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The second tier looks like it may have been hand painted or air brushed with pearl luster dust.

The third is hard to tell but I am thinking using cake flakes may give you the same effect.

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