Pearls or Bubbles edible cake toppers diy mermaid cupcake decoration party luster dust gelatin clear gel (9)

DIY Pearl Cake Toppers!

Pearls or Bubbles edible cake toppers diy mermaid cupcake decoration party luster dust gelatin clear gel (9)

How to make gelatin bubbles, explained well and entertainingly :-D (and, yes, make them of flavored gelatin the same way, and they'll taste like the flavored gelatin... the flavors won't change the qualities of the gelatin much.)

How to make gelatin bubbles, explained well and entertainingly :-D (and, yes, make them of flavored gelatin the same way, and they'll taste like the flavored gelatin... the flavors won't change the qualities of the gelatin much.)

Chocolate raspberry ombre cake with gelatin bubble - Pastel degradado de chocolate y frambuesa con burbujas de gelatina

Chocolate raspberry ombre cake with gelatin bubble - Pastel degradado de chocolate y frambuesa con burbujas de gelatina

The monogram was made by melting chocolate melting drops and piping it onto parchment paper until it hardens.

The monogram was made by melting chocolate melting drops and piping it onto parchment paper until it hardens.

Valentines Cake pop - For all your cake decorating supplies, please visit craftcompany.co.uk

Valentines Cake pop - For all your cake decorating supplies, please visit craftcompany.co.uk

How to Make Gelatin Bubbles #2: Gelatin mixture: 2 parts cold water to 1 part unflavored gelatin (like Knox). Start by putting your cold water into a microwave safe bowl. Add a little luster dust, amount will depend on how translucent you want your bubble, I normally did about 1/8 tsp or less. Food color can also be used, but remember gelatin is a little yellow so will change your color slightly. I used super pearl but have used many others.

How to Make Gelatin Bubbles #2: Gelatin mixture: 2 parts cold water to 1 part unflavored gelatin (like Knox). Start by putting your cold water into a microwave safe bowl. Add a little luster dust, amount will depend on how translucent you want your bubble, I normally did about 1/8 tsp or less. Food color can also be used, but remember gelatin is a little yellow so will change your color slightly. I used super pearl but have used many others.

Melting and coloring gelatin | Erin Gardner | Craftsy

How to Make Gelatin Bubbles: Free Tutorial on Craftsy

Gelatin bubble tutorial Dip and twirl - funny and the right way to make them!

Gelatin Bubble Tutorial

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