How Is This Done?? Airbrush? Picture Inside

Decorating By ajm092000 Updated 1 Nov 2013 , 4:43pm by johnbailey64

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ajm092000 Posted 31 Oct 2013 , 12:47pm
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anyone pls?? i would like to do the same technique on my wedding anniversary next month, many thanks!

Dayti Posted 31 Oct 2013 , 1:00pm
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I don't think it's done with an airbrush since you wouldn't get the particles of Disco Dust plastic through the needle. In my opinion, it was done on one long piece of fondant with the heart shape masked out, then wrapped around the cake. 

ajm092000 Posted 31 Oct 2013 , 1:08pm
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thanks for your reply! do you think it could be silver disco dust? 

Dayti Posted 31 Oct 2013 , 1:32pm
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Yep, the silver one I think, it's very sparkly.

 

Just so you know, there are differing opinions on Cake Central about using Disco Dust. It is classed as non-toxic, not classed as edible. You won't die from eating it, but your body won't digest it (it basically leaves the body in the same form it went in...), so you need to decide whether to feed it to your guests at your anniversary. Most people would use it on removable decorations which are not to be eaten. 

ajm092000 Posted 1 Nov 2013 , 9:08am
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AMany thanks for the info :)

johnbailey64 Posted 1 Nov 2013 , 4:43pm
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Originally Posted by Dayti 
 

Yep, the silver one I think, it's very sparkly.

 

Just so you know, there are differing opinions on Cake Central about using Disco Dust. It is classed as non-toxic, not classed as edible. You won't die from eating it, but your body won't digest it (it basically leaves the body in the same form it went in...), so you need to decide whether to feed it to your guests at your anniversary. Most people would use it on removable decorations which are not to be eaten.

Lol - sparkly poop! too funny. I had to go there!

 

I have used the pearl dust mixed with butter flavoring with my airbrush, but I have not tried the disco dust... but that's a LOT of sparkle. I love it, but I think airbrusing would get it too wet.

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