Chromelike/silvery Icing?

Decorating By kirahhh Updated 1 Jul 2007 , 9:38pm by disp4so

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kirahhh Posted 1 Jul 2007 , 9:31pm
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Okay so Im in the mist of planning to make my sons 4th Birthday cake! He has requested a Doc Hudson cake! The old timer ROYAL BLUE CAR.. from the Disney Cars movie! DOC HUDSON? anyway I could just stir up some Grey but I would love to get some "Silver chrome effect" or soemthing shinny? or more SILVERISH... any ideas. I m not doing "fondant" since Ive not learned how to do that yet. I will be doing a 3d Car and just carving him from probably 2--- 13x9 cakes on top of each other. I would appreciate any helpful advice!! icon_redface.gificon_cry.gificon_lol.gificon_confused.gificon_smile.gif

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disp4so Posted 1 Jul 2007 , 9:38pm
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you can dry dust silver luster dust on your cake or if you have an airbrush .. that would be best

if you don't have an airbrush you can try a silver luster spray

here is a link to where you can buy the spray

good luck

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