Crystal Candy: AFTER DARK silver edible sugarcraft flakes 6g
100% Edible Flakes! Another New Cake Decoration Product from Crystal Candy!
AFTER DARK silver mix edible flakes from Crystal Candy
one of the most requested products from our customers, so we're happy to oblige . . .
all the way from our friends at Crystal Candy in South Africa
100% edible flakes with an excellent silvery metallic lustre
Crystal Candy describe After Dark as a mix of white, silver and black but we'd say it's more a mix of light and dark silvers
available in 18 stunning colours
flakes are random shapes and sizes, creating an amazing light catching sequin effect
they look stunning around the sides of wedding and celebration cakes
quick and easy to use, creating breathtaking results in little time and at very little cost - fully decorate an entire top tier for under a fiver !?!
one pot is enough to generously cover the top and sides of up to a 6" diameter cake
break up further or gently grind to create edible lustre dust
you will need: edible glue, confectioners' glaze, piping gel, a mixing tray, sugarcraft dusting brush (or food approved paint brush) and edible lustre dust colouring in a shade close to the edible flakes
PLEASE NOTE we can't offer the Crystal Candy range of lustre colours yet (shown in the video) as we are waiting on EU certification arriving for it, but Faye Cahill, Sugarflair, Colour Splash and Rainbow Dust lustre dusts work equally well
flakes are water soluble so, for best results, avoid using on wet icing, fresh cream or frozen products
good sized pot - the flakes are virtually weightless so 6g actually means hundreds, even thousands, of individual flakes
lightweight plastic pot - approx 5cm / 50mm / 2" diameter x 3cm / 30mm / 1¼" high
suitable for vegetarians . . . the Vegetarian Society consider Shellac suitable for vegetarians but not for vegans - it sounds a bit gruesome but the female lac beetle produces a resin to cocoon her eggs. When these eggs hatch the young bugs eat the mother (which dies naturally after laying eggs) and it is the shell of the mother that is used to produce Shellac
shades can vary slightly within each pot, especially where outer layer has been exposed to light
shade accuracy - please remember colours shown are representative only and will look different on different PC monitors and tablet / phone screens
although not necessarily present in this particular product, the colours used across the entire icing colouring range may include the colours E102, E104, E110, E122 & E129 - which may have an adverse effect on activity and attention in some children