Air Brushing

Decorating By montanakate Updated 4 Apr 2005 , 8:08pm by montanakate

montanakate Posted 4 Apr 2005 , 3:25pm
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I have been looking at some cake sites that have beautiful cakes that are airbrushed (not the grocery store type - but really cool looking) How may of you use air brushes for cake? Would you recommend them to someone how is fairly new but starting to do more and more cakes? Which ones would you recommend? Any other info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, kate

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kate Posted 4 Apr 2005 , 3:43pm
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I have the airmaster airbrush set from and I really like it. I've used a few airbrushes at the bakery where I worked and this one is much better. You can get nice fine lines without blowing holes in your icing. It doesn't splatter like others either.

Lisa Posted 4 Apr 2005 , 5:11pm
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My DH gave me mine for Christmas. It came from Love it! I would recommend one for anyone who decorates cakes.

Jenni Posted 4 Apr 2005 , 5:17pm
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any pics where i can see what an airbrushed cake looks like? I don't recall ever seeing one...if I have I didn't notice. Just curious!

thecakemaker Posted 4 Apr 2005 , 5:40pm
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Lisa ~ which one did you get?


Lisa Posted 4 Apr 2005 , 6:00pm
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Originally Posted by thecakemaker

Lisa ~ which one did you get?


This one

thecakemaker Posted 4 Apr 2005 , 6:04pm
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Thanks! I'll check it out!

tcturtleshell Posted 4 Apr 2005 , 7:11pm
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Wow, those prices weren't bad Lisa! One day I will get one!! Maybe this year for Christmas! Thanks for sharing the website~ ~TC~

montanakate Posted 4 Apr 2005 , 8:08pm
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Another great example of airbraushed cakes are on (I think that's what it is). She does a lot of cupcake cakes and it looks like some are airbrushed and they are really adorable (especially the butterfly ones!)

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