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Can the Crystal Color Powders be used in Airbrushing?

The Crystal Colors by Elizabeth Parvu may be used for airbrushing. You need to mix it with alcohol first, and then strain through a coffee filter.

Whatever liquid comes through, may be used for the airbrushing.

The specific colors of Bright White, Gold and Elegance in the Crystallized Pearl Color Powders by Elizabeth Parvu will create a magnificent sheen to your cake and will give it a touch of bling.

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What can Crystal Color Powders be applied to?

The Crystal Color Powders by Elizabeth Parvu can be used on many applications.

To color Fondant, simply knead the crystal colors directly into it, let it set for about 2 hours to develop the color, all the while keeping the fondant in a tightly closed plastic bag.

If you’d like to paint on your cookies and confections, mix the Crystal Color Powder with either Lemon Extract or vodka and you are ready to paint! Another alternative would be to mix the Crystal Colors with some shortening.

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What is the difference between Crystal Color Powder and Crystallized Pearl Powder?

The Crystal Color Powders and Crystallized Pearl Powder both work fabulously on fondant and icing.

The Cyrstal Colors will have a matte finish while the Crystallized Pearl Colors will have a shimmer.

When using Crystallized Pearl Colors with isomalt, it will add a beautiful dispersion of color.

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How do I mix the Crystal Powder Colors with my icing?

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How do I mix the Crystal Powder Colors with my icing?

The Crystal Powder Colors by Elizabeth Parvu work very well with Buttercream Icing.

Here is how to do it: Mix a quarter teaspoon of crystal color with one half of a teaspoon Clear Vanilla Extract  or Lemon Extract. Now it’s ready to be added into your prepared Buttercream Icing.

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Will Crystal Color Powder Food Colors work with candy melts?

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Are the Crystal Color Powders a good choice to color my fondant?

The Crystal Color Powders by Elizabeth Parvu would be a great choice when looking to color your fondant.

The powders are available in over 200 colors so you are sure to find your perfect shade.

You can knead the crystal color powder into the fondant, and then let it stand for 2 hours to have the color set in well, all the while keeping it in a tightly closed bag.

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Will Crystal Color Powder Food Colors work with candy melts?

The Crystal Color Powders by Elizabeth Parvu would work great with Candy Melts.

You just need to mix Crystal Color Powders into the Candy Melts.

The Crystal Color Powders by Elizabeth Parvu are available in over 200 colors, so you are sure to find your perfect shade!

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How do I use the Crystal Color Powder Food Coloring?

Can Crystal Color Powder Food Coloring be added directly into the fondant?

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How do I apply the Crystal Color Powder Food Colors to my gumpaste flower?

The best way to apply the color to your Gumpaste would be by kneading the Crystal Color Powders directly into your gumpaste. Let it stand for appoximately 2 hours in a tightly sealed bag, to have the color develop.

You can also mix the Crystal Color Powders with some Lemon Extract or Vodka to paint with it as well.

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Can Crystal Color Powder Food Coloring be added directly into the fondant?

The Crystal Color Powders can be mixed directly into the commercial fondant.

Simply knead the Crystal Color into the dough and let it stand for approximately 2 hours to let the color set in well, all the while keeping it in a closed plastic bag.

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How do I use the Crystal Color Powder Food Coloring?

How do I apply the Crystal Color Powder Food Colors to my gumpaste flower?

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How do I use the Crystal Color Powder Food Coloring?

The Crystal Color Powders by Elizabeth Parvu can be used on many applications.

To color Fondant, simply knead the crystal colors directly into it, let it set for about 2 hours to develop the color, all the while keeping the fondant in a tightly closed plastic bag.

If you’d like to paint on your cookies and confections, mix the Crystal Color Powder with either Lemon Extract or vodka and you are ready to paint! Another alternative would be to mix the Crystal Colors with some shortening.

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