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Freezing an airbrushed cake

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I did a search and could not find the answer. I have a groom that want's a 3D cake that will be buttercream and airbrushed. If I box, wrap and freeze. Then let come to room temp while still wrapped, will the airbrushing run?

I am going out of town and he can't find anyone else who will attempt this cake. I am going to do an experiment on a small cake this week, but wondered if anyone else has tried this and what were the results.

Thanks!
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I have had bad luck with this. When you take a buttercream air brushed cake out of the freezer as it thaws it forms moisture beads on top and sides of the cake and the air brush runs.
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Did you leave it wrapped to defrost?

Thanks!
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I don't have an airbrush, but took a class once and used the teachers airbrush for my project. I put it in the freezer to save for my grandkids because I wouldn't see them for a week and when I took it out all the airbrush color ran.I had it in an open box covered with press and seal. Nothing was touching the cake.
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