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Muscadelle

Muscadelle

32 minutes ago, Jonathan said:

Gorgeous Muscadelle! What did you use for the copper in the first one if you don’t mind me asking? I’ve finally gotten ahead on Valentines with the theme “Summer Lovin’” and did some Pina Colada bonbons (with the theme of Sun, sea and sky) and some passionfruit ones:

 

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I love the first ones! They give a Van Gogh vibe!

 

Thats what I use for  some of my metallic effects:

 

I'm in love with the copper, it gives such a pretty result! But the one used for the quenelle chocolate (ombre) is the bronze highlighter.

 

 

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Muscadelle

Muscadelle

25 minutes ago, Jonathan said:

Gorgeous Muscadelle! What did you use for the copper in the first one if you don’t mind me asking? I’ve finally gotten ahead on Valentines with the theme “Summer Lovin’” and did some Pina Colada bonbons (with the theme of Sun, sea and sky) and some passionfruit ones:

 

E5C56BC3-CFBD-46E5-BEAC-F18606695B4E.jpeg

B906DDEC-BD49-489D-BB5D-0930EB54AEF0.jpeg

7B235072-F060-41F3-9164-20906C0A9BAA.jpeg

DFEE8145-3F9F-40B4-A3C6-3A5DE8532BDF.jpeg

I love the first ones! They give a Van Gogh vibe!

 

Thats what I use for  some of my metallic effects:

 

I'm in love with the copper, it gives such a pretty result! 

 

 

IMG_4290.jpg

IMG_4251.jpg

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