Candy Melts By Numbers: How to Make 12 Custom Colors with Candy Melts

A little addition is all you need to transform standard candy melts into unique shades not currently available in stores!

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How to Melt Candy Melts:

Put the candy melts in a microwave-safe bowl and microwave at 50 percent power, stirring every 30 seconds, until smooth. Remelt as needed. For a thinner consistency, add a little coconut oil or shortening. Let set at room temperature or in the fridge or freezer.

Color Your Own Candy Melt Shades:

Simply melt these colors together to create your very own one-of-a-kind shade! Here are the ratios you should follow.

Reddish Pink

Orange

Light Yellow

Gold

Light Green

Pastel Green

Teal

Blue-Gray

Light Pink

Dark Pink

Lavendar Purple

Dark Purple

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