Airbrushing is versatile and efficient way to personalize and elevate the designs on a cake or centerpiece. You can use airbrushing to apply small details or large all-over effects with edible color, glitter, cocoa butter, shimmer and more. But there is one problem, airbrushing can be an awfully messy cake decorating technique. Luckily, there is an easy solution: the CakeSafe Airbrush Booth — and we’re giving one away!
Enter to win your own Airbrush Booth!
The creators have generously offered to give away one CakeSafe Airbrush Booth (valued at $345) to one lucky Craftsy member! To enter, just click here by July 2, 2014. We’ll randomly select a winner, who will be notified via email, on July 3, 2014.
“If people only knew the time they would save cleaning up the airbrush mist sprayed in their kitchens this would be the first they would buy,” says sugar artist Carolina Lara of Dulce Bella, seen here using the CakeSafe Airbrush Spray Booth.
About the CakeSafe creator
Engineer Scott Chapin got the idea for his first invention, the CakeSafe transporter, 25 years ago while helping his wife Juli, a successful wedding cake decorator, make deliveries. After just a few stressful trips, he concluded that there had to be a better way to protect the beautiful cakes while transporting them, and soon after, the CakeSafe was born. Since then, Scott has set out to solve more problems that frequently plague cake decorators, and after many trips to trade shows and conversations with cake designers and sugar artists, he developed the Air Brush Booth as well as the Sugar Warming Box.
He’s always looking for more cake decorating problems to solve, and welcomes your thoughts and ideas. Let him know what design you would like to see from him next by answering the question below.
What needs do you feel are not being met in the cake decorating community?
Master advanced airbrushing techniques with help from Craftsy!
Get all the support you need to start airbrushing like a pro in The Art of Airbrushing. Whether you want to add a single perfectly gilded rose or paint an entire three-tiered cake in shimmering lace, renowned airbrush artist Lisa Berczel will help you gain confidence and mastery over the airbrush, a complex tool with numerous cake applications.