Gerbera Daisy Cookies
- Go easy with the trigger. Less is more!
- You are never done with just one color. It takes two, three and sometimes four colors blended together before your get the shading and dimension right. Think highlights and low lights.
- Every airbrush behaves a little differently. Get to know YOUR airbrush. We have two of the same brand and they spray completely differently.
- We have totally made all of this up. This is SugarBliss airbrushing 101. We have never taken a class and neither one of us had ever used an airbrush before cookies. Everything we know is from trial and error. You will learn so much from actually using your airbrush that we could never explain in a tutorial.
We like to use a sand dollar cookie cutter for our Gerbera daisies because we like the imperfect shape it gives them. You can find a similar one here.
Let’s get started.
As we mentioned before, we’re entirely self taught, so we love hearing tips and tricks from other airbrushers. If you’re already a pro, please share your advice and experiences with all of us in the comments below.
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