SO, THOSE OF YOU WHO HAVE DONE ONE..
CAN I MAKE THE IMAGE NOW AND LEAVE IT ON THE WAX PAPER TONIGHT AND PLACE IT ON THE CAKE TOMORROW?
DO I LEAVE IT ON COUNTER, OR FRIGDE?
Are you talking about using the piping gel to transfer the image so you can pipe it in with buttercream?
If so, then no, I wouldn't leave it overnight, it might dry and not transfer or worse yet, become too sticky and lift off the buttercream or fondant.
SO.. ONCE I GET IT ON THE WAX PAPER. IT WILL PEEL OFF? THEN JUST PLACE IT ON THE CAKE? IT'S MY FIRST TIME. IT'S GOING ONTO WHIPPED ICING.. SO CAN I PLACE IT ON THE CAKE AND THEN KEEP IN THE FRIDGE
Take off the caps lock, sister! You're yelling.
I have never heard of anyone letting piping gel dry and then peeling it off of the waxed paper to place on a cake.
Are you sure you're not trying to do a piping gel transfer??
Yes, I've also never heard of peeling it off.
A piping gel transfer is where you print a backwards image, lay a piece of wax paper over the image and trace it with a 1 or 2 tipped bag of piping gel. You immediately place this on the cake and you will have an outline to follow which you can then fill in with buttercream stars.
I used the technique on this photo in my gallery.