Gold Buttercream

Decorating By cargresha Updated 28 May 2014 , 1:30am by Lfredden

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cargresha Posted 2 May 2014 , 6:31pm
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I am planning to make a 2 tiers gold buttercream with a smudges looking (not sure if that's the right term).

 

1. Is it better to do the crusting buttercream to make the smudge look?

2. Is it better using the gold spray ? or airbrush?

3. Will the gold color stays on the buttercream after you spray or airbrushed them?

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AZCouture Posted 2 May 2014 , 6:58pm
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ADo you happen to have an example to show what you mean?

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cargresha Posted 3 May 2014 , 11:39pm
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Ok I made mine..by using plain white buttercream and airbrush them with yellow gel color mix with vodka since I apparently grabbed the wrong bottle. Instead of airbrush color I grabbed gel color of americolor.

 

So I airbrush my cake with that yellow then followed by the gold color.

 

The gumpaste flowers I airbrush lightly with red and gold.

 

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Lfredden Posted 27 May 2014 , 11:36pm
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AI would like to know how to do the one that was posted in the link. Would a crusting butter cream and then airbrushing it with americolor gold work? What color should the buttercream be?

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morganchampagne Posted 28 May 2014 , 1:06am
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AI would use a crusting BC and color it Americolor gold. Then airbrush it with Americolor gold shimmer to get it darker and give it a sparkle

I would not promise that I would match that EXACTLY. Photos can be edited, taken in a certain lighting or whatever. You never know

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Lfredden Posted 28 May 2014 , 1:30am
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AGood point, thanks!

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