Wafer card...tips!

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A few hints and tips for using wafer card prints. Wafer card is thicker than the very thin floppy rice paper and is much more sturdy. Excellent for also using as 'stand up' toppers as they won't flop over.
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Example

To the right is an example of our pre cut wafer card prints. Image examples are shown in high definition. Although the print quality is very good, wafer card is slightly transparent and isn't as smooth as you would find as the same prints on icing sheets. If you are in any doubt, feel free to ask us a question and we'll be happy to advise you!
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Prints on wafer card won't print in the same quality or sharpness as they would on ordinary paper and they will appear slightly different depending on the type of screen you are viewing on. We do use only the highest quality edible inks and wafer cards..and the result is very good. Check our feedback and buy in confidence!
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Tips!

Keep your print in the plastic packet it arrives in, until you are ready to use it, laid flat and away from sunlight.
All our sheets have a shelf life of 12 months...but we do recommend using them within 6 to avoid any natural fading of colours. We highly recommend placing your print onto icing/fondant or a buttercream surface that has formed a slight crust before placing onto your cakes will make the wafer card images appear more vibrant.
Its best to apply to your cakes as near to serving as possible as prolonged exposure to moisture from the icing can affect the print quality, and any excessive moisture can affect both the image and the card itself. We don't want soggy toppers! The best way to attach the wafer card to icing is with edible glue or you can also use a touch of butter cream or Royal Icing...again avoiding moisture.
Thats it! It really is super easy to get a professional looking finish to your cakes at home!
Don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or would like any more information. We always reply as quickly as we can!
See our other guide for handy tips on using our icing sheets too!


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