The Perfect Match: Renshaw Royal Icing and Rainbow Dust Liquid Colour
Renshaw Royal Icing and Rainbow Dust Liquid Colour were made for each other. No, really. Liquid Colour was specially designed to colour Royal Icing, they are so concentrated they do not affect the consistency and they blend in with ease.
Mix different Liquid Colours together to create your own unique shades and endless design possibilities. We combined Rose with Ivory to create the perfect peach colour for our cute cookies below.
KAWAII INSPIRED OMBRE PEACH COOKIES TUTORIAL
These adorable peach cookies created by Francezka Bell were created with Royal Icing and Liquid Colour. Create your own cute designs following her video tutorial.
TOP TIP: COUNT YOUR DROPS OF LIQUID COLOUR
The dropper on the Liquid Colour bottle makes for very easy dosage. Replicate any colour easily by noting down the number of drops needed for your custom shade or colour.
FALL FOR ROYAL ICING
Royal Icing is perfect for covering, piping and detailed work on both cakes and biscuits. For firm icing, you can use Royal Icing straight from the pot once mixed.
For run-outs, mix in a couple of drops of cooled boiled water at a time until you achieve the desired consistency. If you need to thicken the icing, add 1tsp of sieved icing sugar at a time. Check out Emma Chamberlain’s blog to find out more about how to use Royal Icing.
FALL FOR LIQUID COLOUR
Liquid Colour is a versatile product that can colour Royal Icing and sugarpaste and is fantastic for airbrushing. Build up your colours from lightest to darkest when airbrushing to create depth and shade.