These revolutionary metallic art paints by Sweet Sticks are the first of their kind, designed to enhance the finer details in cake and cookie decorating. These paints take away the need to mix lustre and alcohol together that makes one big mess most of the time – and costs more money! With edible art paint, simply shake, pour and paint!
With a unique blend of edible ingredients, these art paints can dry and be rub-free on many surfaces, enabling quick, easy and effective cake decorating.
These art paints provide a beautiful metallic finish once dried, providing your projects with some extra glitz and glamour – perfect for using on various mediums including: sugarpaste and fondant, modelling paste, flower paste, marzipan, royal icing, macarons, chilled buttercream, sugar cookies, marshmallows, gold leaf, chocolate, ganache and even fruit!
Edible Art Paint can be applied using many different techniques including brushes for detailed work. We recommend using a quality sable brush or sponge. Sponge work also looks great on buttercream, fondant and royal icing.
The paint is ready to use from the bottle, so there is no need to thin it out or mix it with any other ingredients. Once applied, it dries quickly and the pigment is sealed within the surface – no dust or smudges! If you require a water colour effect you can achieve that by adding cake decorators alcohol (high grade 95% alcohol) to your palette.
Available in a choice of 22 colours, each bottle containing approximately 15ml.
Do not consume directly.
Propylene Glycol, Glaze (Shellac, Ethanol 16%), Mica-based Pearlescent pigments (12.5%).
As well as these ingredients, please note that different ratios of mica-based pearlescent pigments, titanium dioxides and iron oxides are used to make each colour unique. Please see product packaging for full list.
Contains traces of SOYA.
✔ 100% Edible
✔ Nut Free
✔ Dairy Free
✔ Gluten Free
✔ Alcohol Free
Our Top Tips!
1. Have a small cup of water on hand ready to go.
2. Dip your fine line brush into the water to wet it and start mixing into your palette. Make sure to keep dipping it in water, mixing and repeating until you have created a paste consistency.
3. The palette will dry up over time, be sure to continue adding water from your brush as you go to keep your paste consistency.
4. Once-over strokes are best, so try and think about what you are painting before you start.
5. Two coats are best. paint your first coat and let dry (takes a short time to dry). when dry, paint over.
6. Wash your brush in clean water before starting a new colour.
Do not consume directly.