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1.25" Round Edible Image® Frosting Sheet Only, sheet of 35
Edible Image Sheet only, sheet of 35

Price - $9.45
(Minimum order):  2

Product Code: 1REI

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Looking to decorate your own cookies or treats with our edible images? Now you can!

Your logo, photo or image will be printed on these edible image frosting sheets.

1.25" round edible image frosting sheet has 35 images per sheet. Minimum order of 2 sheets, one image per 2 sheets (70 images).

These edible images are best when used with moist background such as butter cream, royal icing, white chocolate or confectionery (candy) coating. Can also be used with whipped frosting and ice cream.

The edible frosting sheets and edible ink are kosher and FDA approved.

The shelf life of edible image frosting sheets is 6 months when kept in the included airtight poly zip bag away from bright lights, heat and humidity. They should not be stored in a freezer or refrigerator.

Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Looked good. Difficult to use. February 27, 2014
Reviewer: Marc Vogtman from Arlington, VA United States  
The logo frosting disks looked great. We brought cupcakes for a promotional event for my company and topped them with these edible logos, and it was a big hit. My only criticism is that they were difficult to work with. The instructions that came with them (or on the website) specifically said not to put them in the freezer or refrigerator, but left out they were impossible to remove from the wax paper. I needed to put them in the freezer for 10 minutes, take them out and remove 2 or 3 disks. But then they were all too soft again and I needed to put them back in the freezer. Very frustrating.

It's quite possible this was user error on my part, but there were no instructions or advice on your site on how to handle these images. In my trial and error I ruined several of them. Some instructions on the site would probably solve the problem.

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