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If you would like to try out airbrushing without the cost of buying a machine, I would suggest trying either the Wilton or Betty Crocker spray cans of edible icing "paint". The Wilton ones are available at craft stores and the Betty Crocker ones are at the grocery stores. If you do invest in an airbrush, you will need to also buy airbrush food color, the only place I have found that is online.marci
This weekend I tried airbrushing on a cake for the first time. I used a very simple buttercream that I let get hard in the fridge (had butter in it). I used KopyKake's airbrush food coloring. The problem I had was that the food coloring was not drying. It would dry out some, but was still slightly wet to the touch. Should I use a different icing? Am I doing something wrong? The darker the color, the wetter it was.Thanks,Marci!
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