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WHAT ARE EDIBLE ICING SHEETS? All information and ingredients are in our Product Info page.
HOW DO I STORE MY ICING SHEET? Keep the icing sheet stored in a cool dark place ie a cupboard in a cool part of the house, till time of use. Ensure your grip sealed bag is kept closed, however do not be afraid to have taken out the icing sheet to have a look.
WHAT IS WAFER PAPER? All details are ingredients in our Product Info Page
WHAT KIND OF CAKE/TOPPING SHOULD I USE? Any kind of cake suitable. You can use a shop bought one or bake yourself or a bakers cake. The icing sheets can be applied to sponge, royal icing, fruit, chocolate, buttercream etc. If using on a wet icing ie buttercream, fresh cream we would recommend applying as close to the occasion time as possible or applying onto a backing disc of roll out fondant.
SHOULD I ICE THE CAKE? The topper needs to bond to stick to the cake. On a fondant icing lightly brush with water before application as per video. For buttercream/ freshcream etc you can apply directly. For sponge or hardened chocolate l would recommend some small dabs of icing pen to hold in place.
HOW TO APPLY MY ICING CUPCAKES? Watch our video.When you come to apply your cupcake toppers, please make sure that you cut them into strips of 5 and work with a strip at a time. There are instructions in with your order that will advise this. If using the freezer method only do so if you have a DRY FROST FREE FREEZER to remove them as per our application video then put one strip in the freezer at a time and work with that strip before putting the next strip into the freezer. If using rubbing method hold top and bottom of sheet and rub backing vigirously off a work counter top till they peel away. DO NOT LEAVE OUT ON SIDE OR PACK OPEN AS THIS CAUSES HUMIDITY TO AFFECT THEM.
WHAT DO I APPLY MY ICED CUPCAKES ONTO? We would recommend if weather is warm or humid to either place on a flat swirl of buttercream or use a fondant disc under them to support them. This can be very easily made cutting a circle out of flat fondant icing waiting for it to dry out (couple of hours) then VERY lightly brush with water and place icing topper on top.