I would buy an airbrush and some molds, cutters etc that are generic enough to be used often or that would give a great look and effect. anything to save decorating time but still make a great cake. Also magazine suscriptions or books!
Sorry, but I do have a right to post a comment. Don't get your panties in a wad.
AI don't think she is asking for financial advice, one person said something..thats ok but every other post. She just wants to get some cake supplies....sooooo I think petal, luster and disco dusts, LOVE my airbrush. Cutters, edible markers and some Craftsy classes, they are amazing!
OP isn't asking for anything today. This was from 2009. :)
I'm a home baker who doesn't sell anything. I would probably want to buy shelving for my character pans and a few Nordic Ware bundt pans.
tracyjade ought to know it was from 4 years ago, since she commented then too! lol I just read through this whole thing and I have to say I would put some on my debt, too, even though that doesn't seem to be a popular opinion. I would love the OP to come back and say what she spent it on and tell us if she still has the great job and the debt :-)
If had had $750 to spend, I would buy an Airpen, and some Sugar veil mats, and a new edible image printer, mine keeps getting lines in the print, and isn't very crisp. I am getting a large CakeSafe, too. I have a small one, and I am having to put my cakes on some tiny board. I put a 15" cake on a 17" board today and thought it was going to snap!