Ten Geeked Up KitchenAid Mixers

Image: ~tommyfilth on deviantART
Image: ~tommyfilth on deviantART

A kitchen geek is lost without her KitchenAid. Sometimes I wish I had two or three of them, but I settle for having two bowls and multiple attachments for everything from casing sausage to extruding pasta. What I don’t have is an awesome design on it. I should work on that. Meanwhile, I’ll gaze at these:

If I could have made my Mass Effect costume out of batter instead of foam, this would have come in handy:

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Image: *Derlaine8 on deviantART

KitchenAid Brasil produced this special design:

Image: KitchenAid Brasil
Image: KitchenAid Brasil

Alas, most of us don’t live in Brazil. But you can buy decals for your KitchenAid designed for mixers that are blue. white, or red.

    Image: Alan Chris Ltd.
Image: Alan Chris Ltd.

You can always go hand-painted if you’re a committed DIY geek, but the easiest route is vinyl decals, and Etsy is a treasure trove of them. Click the names in the captions to go to their stores.

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Image: Flip Flop Graphics

The KitchenAid’s shape practically screams Bullet Bill from Mario, doesn’t it? Mustard Seed Dream on Etsy makes a white vinyl sheet that when applied to your black KitchenAid looks like this:

Image: bakewithavengeance
Image: bakewithavengeance

I think if you put these TARDIS decals on your mixer, you’re obligated to make Ood rolls with it.

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Image: Blakdogs Designs
Or there’s the Batman option:

Image: Blackdogs Designs
Image: Blackdogs Designs
For cupcake pirates, wandering the seven kitchens looking for tiny dessert booty:

Image: Walking Dead Productions
Image: Walking Dead Productions

And finally, though not strictly geeky in the way the rest of these are, I couldn’t resist adding this:

Image: Lil Punkin Creations
Image: Lil Punkin Creations

By day, Ruth works to make open source software communities better. The rest of the time, she makes things, which means her husband and kids know to watch out for stray sewing pins and to ask before eating anything made of fondant.