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  • Betz

    Edible bling spray, i could have some fun decorating cakes with this!

  • Yvette

    EDIBLE BLING SPRAY - "Tasteless in every sense, this 100% edible spray paint will coat any food you fancy with a layer of gleaming bling. Choose from silver or gold. Brilliant! Simply spray it over your food and tuck in. The result is truly stunning. You can spray strawberries, gild gherkins, coat cakes – and those are just the daft alliterative examples. Why not bling up desserts, burgers, bananas and tomatoes too? The possibilities are endless. If you can eat it, you can spray it."

  • Angela King

    Metallic spray paint for food

  • Dave Warren

    Shut the front door.... Bling out your food! Gold and silver edible spray paint for food.

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How to make edible bling for decorating cakes, cookies, cupcakes, etc.

how fun! especially for a soup junkie like me.

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buy flipflops at the dollar store, bling them up, then make a wreath for summer

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Pink & Blinged love the bling although I doubt they're edible. I do know that you can acheive a similar effect with melted sugar and molds.