Blossom Tint Range Of Powdered Food Colour From Sugarflair - Set of 3 BRIGHT GREEN Colours
This set from the Sugarflair range of Blossom Tint dusting colours contains the 3 vials for colouring sugar foliage and green themes such as St Patrick's Day cakes. Perfect for sugar flower making, cake decorating and many more uses.
This is a great starter set from which you can mix many other tints and shades. For example mix yellow and red to get orange tints, or blue and yellow for green tints.
The colours included in the set are: Jade Green, Apple Green and Emerald Green.
Each 7ml (net) resealable vials contains 2g of 100% Edible powdered food colour.
Sugarflair are the leading specialist manufacturer of sugarcraft colour products and are well known to cake decorators throughout the world.
Because so little food colour is needed you will find that this lasts and lasts.
The best before date is guaranteed to be at least a year and in most cases it is more likely to be 2 or 3 years! As this is a best before date and not a sell by date you can even continue to use the the product for some considerable time after this date - it does not 'go off' but may start to lose some of it's colour as it gets older.
Instructions and Tips for Use
Blossom tint is perfect for dusting onto edible sugarcraft items such as sugar flowers, frills, plaques, models and so much more. It gives a subtle and impressive finish. Just use a soft dry brush to apply to your sugarcraft.
Petal Powder can also be used for painting. To paint with blossom tint mix with rejuvenator solution, dipping solution, isopropyl alcohol or even vodka! (this does not dry so quickly but will still work!).
Although it can be mixed into small quantities of modelling or covering pastes to colour without making the paste sticky the Spectral Paste colour is more effective for large amounts as it is more concentrated and easier to mix.
- JADE - contains E133 and E102
- APPLE GREEN - contains E102 and E133
- EMERALD - contains E104 and E133
100% Edible food colours. E102, E104, E110, E122, E124 and E129 may have an adverse effect on activity and attention in children.