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I haven't tried it yet. My daughter bought an airbrush and is buying disco dust this week to see if that is the key. We haven't given up! I will let everyone know how the airbrush and disco dust works.
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post #47 of 80
Disco dust WON'T WORK in an airbrush -- the granules aren't small enough. It will clog the brush and worst case scenario break it!
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post #48 of 80
what if you grind them up more?
post #49 of 80
You could try, but they simply aren't designed for airbrush usage. You'd be better off using the pearl airbrush colors which are specifically designed for it.
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post #50 of 80
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Originally Posted by -Sweetheart-

what if you grind them up more?



I very much doubt that you'd get uniform results, let alone something that will go thru an airbrush with any consistency.........

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post #51 of 80
You know what you could also use are the colored cocoa butters like the ones Chef Rubber sells, I know several chocolatiers who airbrush with those and you'll get the shiny, glitzy look of the Bedazzle truffles.
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post #52 of 80
I just ordered a 7oz bottle this morning.
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Specifically the far right gold one. Not completely in focus, but I think you can probably pick up on what I'm seeing.
post #55 of 80
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Hmmmm. Look closely. Looks like teeny bits of disco dust to me.



Sure does.............and it looks really unappetizing to me--blech, blech, blech icon_confused.gif

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post #56 of 80
You don't need an airbrush to apply disco dust. Shake the jar, set it down, unscrew the lid, then pick up the glitter off the lid in a small dry paintbrush. then tap the brush over whatever you are bedazzling.

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post #57 of 80
I've uploaded pictures. Look for them under "my photos". I couldn't get them in this message. Catagory is gumpaste...3D, glitter/bedazzle. I used warm water. Some of the glitter comes off on your fingers. I dipped my tips into the water. I also scraped some off into the water. Draw your own conclusions.
The lips are hard candy. The surface has a fine sandpaper feel to it.
post #58 of 80
Well, the "sandpaper" feel certainly supports the sanding sugar hypothesis.

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post #59 of 80
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What kind of "glitter" did you use? Your bonbons are beautiful!
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CC family. The photos were removed. "Please note, only decorated cakes and cookies are allowed in the galleries. Photos of undecorated items, candy, gelatin, fruit, cheesecakes, tarts, breads, pies or other desserts are removed."

Pood those are not my bonbons.
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