Cake Artist Paint FAQ

 

Here at Cake Decor, we’re so excited to introduce our brand new range of Cake Artist Paints!

Below you will find a list of Frequently Asked Questions about Cake Artist Paints! If we haven’t already answered your question then please fill out the comment box below with your email address and we will get back to you as soon as we can!

 

How do I use Cake Artist Paints?

Simply remove the Cake Artist Paint from the packaging and take off the lid. Very gently squeeze the tube until the brush fills with paint and paint directly on to your cake or icing – you may want to dab any excess paint onto a plate before applying to your cake. When you are finished, clean any excess paint from the brush and replace the lid.

When using the Gold or Silver Cake Artist Paints you will get best results if you dab the paint onto icing rather than brushing.

 

What colours are available?

Cake Artist Paints are available in Gold, Silver, Rose Red, Blue, Pink, Yellow and Green.

Morrisons have the full range of colours whereas Gold and Silver are also available from Sainsbury’s and Asda.

 

Where can I buy Cake Artist Paints?

You can buy the full range of 7 colours from Morrisons. Gold and Silver are also available from Sainsbury’s and Asda.

 

Can I re-use my Cake Artist Paint after opening and using once?

Yes, make sure you remove excess paint from the brush tip and replace the lid securely. Your Cake Artist paint should be ok to use right up until the best before date.

 

Do Cake Artist Paints contain any artificial colours?

No, none of the Cake Artist Paints contain any artificial colours. All are natural.

 

Are Cake Artist Paints suitable for vegetarians?

A number of our Cake Artist Paints are suitable for vegetarians – Blue, Green, Yellow, Gold and Silver.

 

How many cupcakes could I decorate with a Cake Artist Paint?

Using a standard design like the one on the Cake Artist Paint packaging, you should be able to decorate up to 100 cupcakes!

 

Do I need to have a stencil to use Cake Artist Paints?

No you do not. Using stencils is a great decorating idea to achieve intricate and beautiful designs but you do not need stencils to create fabulous painted cakes. Get creative!

 

Is there anywhere I can get ideas/inspiration for how to use Cake Artist Paints?

Of course! Have a look at our Cake Artist Paint page for some great ideas and tips! And don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest to be kept up to date with the latest decorating ideas, tips and videos.