I want to do some calligraphy on wafer paper and make a scroll document for a cake. Can I roll the ends and what would be the best way to do this? I have never used this before so any help would be great.
Well, here's a bump, cause I would like to hear more, too. I have only used it one time. I have had my paper stored in a vacuum-sealed bag, so it should be "normal" (as opposed to soggy). It seemed a little fragile - wanted to break off around the edges. I ran it through my computer printer since I can't do calligraphy LOL, and it printed very well and came through intact. I then rolled out and cut gumpaste just slightly larger than the paper and attached the paper to the gumpaste. I was able to shape and roll the paper with no difficulty while on the gumpaste (I used covered dowels and cardboard tubes as formers), but I don't know about just the paper with no support. Maybe someone will clue us in...
Is this really what is used in printers with edible ink? It seems way too fragile too me. I may have to bend a sheet just to see.
Steam, carefully. When I make a scroll or need to roll my wafer paper I hold it over a pot of steaming water, it softens and you can carefully roll it. You have to be careful though, too much and it will ruin the wafer paper.