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Silver paint?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Eileen S Sep 28, 2011. 5 Replies

What product do I use to achieve a silver or chrome effect? i purchased shimmer powder but thats not it. Please help!

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At 4:41pm on September 27, 2011, Linda Wolff said…
Hi Becky, I wonder if NU Silver by CK products would give you the look you are trying to achieve. You can mix it with either vodka or ever-clear and use it like a paint, and it will be very shiny.
At 1:37am on September 9, 2011, Nadia (zohreh) said…
Thank you so much for your comment.I have just viewed your fantastic work. Absolutely lovely!
At 9:45pm on September 5, 2011, Linda Anderson said…
Thank you Becky. Yes I am making a portfolio of my cakes. Where in Florida are you? I looked at your pictures and they are great. I am still learning. I took classes at Michaels earlier this year and have been doing cakes ever since. I actually have a beach theme cake to do for Thursday and I am looking forward to trying some new techniques.
At 10:17am on September 5, 2011, Linda Anderson said…
Becky, No I don't work for Publix. My friend sent me a picture and asked if I could do a cake like the pic and I said I could do one similar. I found out after I delivered yesterday that it was a pic of a Publix cake. I also found out that Publix was gonna charge like $425 after they brought back the stand. If I had known that, I would have charged alot more to her. lol I think I did pretty well with it even though there are differences in the two different cakes. I would love to work for a bakery, but for now I just do friends and family.
At 10:47am on August 25, 2011, Linda Wolff said…
I've never taken any cake decorating classes except for whatever I have learned on line through tutorials. But I have dabbled in cakes since I was a kid. My aunt was a cake decorator and tried to teach my Mom, but my Mom wasn't interested. She had some tips in a drawer in the kitchen that my aunt gave to her, (that she never used) so I would mess around with them when I baked cupcakes. It's only since having the Internet to explore and learn that I have broadened beyond character pans and butter cream! lol My key to learning? Never become big headed, always know there are a 10000 and more way better than myself, give credit always to those who have been instrumental in your growth, and give back whenever possible.

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