Make It Monday- How To Color Sprinkles

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Hi everyone.  I am beyond excited to share this Make It Monday with you- How to Color Sprinkles.  I TRULY wish that  I had learned this years ago.  I love sprinkles but usually avoid them because the colors simply are usually ugly, too bright and don’t match my parties well.  When I made this known to my local cake store owner, we started brain storming ways to color white sprinkles.  Food dye is messy and the sprinkles come out uneven.  Luster Dust was the answer.  It is amazing and so simple.  I  was able to get the most beautiful colors and it takes about 10 seconds to do, if you’re slow.

 

0001gA What you need:

  • white sprinkles
  • luster dust- available in baking sections 0001ij

Pour the amount of sprinkles you need into a Ziploc bag.  Add a bit of luster dust.  Shake.  Start with a small amount of luster dust and add more if need.  Otherwise, the excess dust gets everywhere. If you do add too much simply pour into a sifter and shake off excess.

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Please excuse all the photos.  I just am totally in love with how they came out.

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Hope you all had a great weekend.  I did another party over the weekend  for the most delightful family!  I loved working with them. They are beyond adorable and I can’t wait to share the photos and new party package with you soon!

Taking a much need break from party styling for a while and focusing on blogging ideas and adding some fun new party items to the shop.  If there is anything you would want to see on the blog or in the shop, let me know! Tomorrow Audrey’s Favorite Thing Party.

Jenny

 

Comments

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    Heather price says

    I am so in love with these sprinkles and I am pinning this. I will never buy colored sprinkles again! Thanks for sharing.

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