Do you know anyone who has an edible image printer? I've got to do a wrestling ring cake also.I'm sure I'll have a million questions soon LOL
My grandson wanted a Manchester United logo on his birthday cake. Since my drawing skills are somewhere between limited and none, I printed out the logo onto heavy glossy photo paper and then carefully cut around the design. I attached it to 1/8" thick fondant, cut out around the logo, painted edges of the fondant black and attached it to the cake. It looked great and he was able to keep it.
Maybe a frozen buttercream transfer for this one? There are great directions on this site with the recipe as well. Just make sure you flip the image upside down so when you put the image on the cake the Letters are not backwards. You could maybe just use tinted piping gel on top of the tranfer for the drips...
When is your cake due, I live in north AL. If there's time I could send you the image let me know, I've heard that walmart will make an image for you, I think that depends on the store.
I need it for Saturday! I dont think a fbct would work bcause the image is going to be pretty small. like 2x2 inches. Green royal on black fondant? Maybe do the letters then when that dries make the drips?
Wow tiny! The fondant & royal sounds best then.
Now that I think about it, I can't see making a batch of royal just for that! lol I might just cut it outta fondant and forget about the drips. I don't think a bunch of 7 year olds will even notice
Could you just make it with candy melts with a paint brush on a sheet of vinyl. Brush on the DX backwards, set in frig for a few minutes and then after it hardens brush the black over it. Place in fridge till just stiffened, peel from vinyl, flip it over, logo. Just a thought.
Do the candy melts take color well? I've never tried to color them before.
I did it! I rolled out my green fondant and used a black edible marker to "draw" it on. Very easy! Thanks for all the ideas.