Cake Chat  »  Win a FREE Set of 15 Edible Paints!

Win a FREE Set of 15 Edible Paints!

Thursday, March 3

Make every cake your canvas with Squires Kitchen’s new range of Edible Paints designed by expert cake artist Natasha Collins.

This vibrant range of 15 easy-to-use edible paints has been developed by Squires Kitchen alongside Cakes & Sugarcraft contributor Natasha so you can paint like a professional in your own kitchen.

Win a free set of SK Edible Paints by Natasha CollinsWin a free set of SK Edible Paints by Natasha CollinsWin a free set of SK Edible Paints by Natasha Collins

Whether you want to paint stunning flowers, cute critters or create your own edible masterpiece, the new range of Edible Paints has been specially designed for hand-painting on cakes, cupcakes and cookies. They have a smooth, streak-free consistency that is ideal for painting directly onto sugarpaste, modelling paste, Sugar Florist Paste and marzipan.

Win a free set of SK Edible Paints by Natasha Collins

Natasha has specially selected all the paint colours in the range, choosing a contemporary colour palette of popular shades she regularly uses in her beautiful cake designs. Use these fabulous edible paints straight from the pot for a strong, vibrant colour or simply dilute them with water to create a range of exquisite tones. What’s more, the colours are fully intermixable and dry completely in no time at all, so it’s easy to layer the tones and create detailed designs.

Enter now for your chance to win a full set of 15 Squires Kitchen Edible Paints by Natasha Collins!

What You Could Win

We have a full set of 15 Squires Kitchen Edible Paints by Natasha Collins to give away to one lucky winner!

How to Enter

Simply enter your name and email address into the box below by midnight on Wednesday 18th May and the winners will be picked at random in the days that follow. Good luck!




Please note, this competition is open to UK residents only.

Tell us what you think… join the conversation!

All we ask is that your posts follow the house rules.