Cake Wrap Instructions
To ensure the longevity of the images, store them in a cool and dry place. Avoid exposing them to direct sunlight. When stored properly, the images can last for several months.
In high humidity conditions, such as rainy days, you may encounter difficulty when peeling the image from the backing sheet. If this happens, try the following tips for smoother handling:
Gently roll the backing sheet over the edge of a table or counter, with the image facing up. This action helps loosen the image, making it easier to remove from the backing sheet.
Alternatively, place the image in the freezer for 30 to 90 seconds on a flat tray. Afterward, gently roll the backing sheet over the edge of a table or counter, again with the image facing up. This method can also help loosen the image for easier detachment.
Roll out your fondant to the desired thickness.
Lightly mist the area where you intend to place the edible image with water. Be cautious not to over-wet the surface as it may damage the icing sheet.
Carefully detach the image from the backing sheet, ensuring it remains intact.
Attach the image onto the fondant in the desired position, gently pressing it onto the surface.
Apply the decorated fondant onto your cake, ensuring a secure placement.
- The edible image can be applied onto buttercream, ganache, and rolled icing.
- If the image is applied directly onto ganache or buttercream, it is recommended to consume the cake on the same day for optimal freshness.
Additionally, it's important to keep in mind that there may be a slight difference in color between the printed image and what appears on your screen. This variation is due to the collaborative nature of color reproduction between print and digital displays. Achieving a 100% color match between the two is not always possible.