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Topic Title: copying image onto a cake???
Created On Friday November 07, 2008 8:33 AM
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jmerryweather
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Posted: Sunday October 26, 2008 9:10 PM

i am going to make a clifford the big red dog cake for my daughter's 3rd b-day and i was browsing at ideas on the internet, and i saw a cake that had a perfect image of him on it. The person said they printed a picture off the internet and traced it onto the cake. How can that be done??? another one used something called colorflow(and also got a picture off the internet). Can someone please help me???
 
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myhobbies
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Posted: Monday October 27, 2008 10:01 PM

color flow is really simply put tricky... Wilton has it in detail (class 3) if you take the picture and place it under a piece of wax paper (tape to keep in place) trace the picture with the color flow, let dry then fill with thinned color flow. check out the wilton class book for details
 
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cattitude
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Posted: Friday November 07, 2008 8:33 AM
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Try searching for frozen buttercream transfer or edible rice paper transfer. Rice paper and wafer paper refer to the same thing and the word is interchangable, so try wafer paper as well.
 
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