Tamplate For Printing Circles On Precut Edible Paper Circles

Decorating By loriemoms Updated 16 Mar 2010 , 3:08am by bizatchgirl

loriemoms Posted 5 Mar 2010 , 3:47am
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Does anyone know what software to use to print out the circles on the edible precut circle paper (whatever you call it) The only software I can find is the one where the paper is keyed and honestly, I dont like that paper...I found a better quality of frosting sheets,but dont know what software to use! How do you do it?

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bizatchgirl Posted 5 Mar 2010 , 4:39am
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There is a free software from KopyKake that will cut it but it only lets you print like 15 copies, I think. After you buy more paper from KopyKake you get a code that gives you more copies.

I used it for a round Spiderman image and it worked very well. I was able to expand my image up to the full circle size and it only printed on the circle, crops out everything else.

Hope that helps.

bennett5 Posted 5 Mar 2010 , 4:51am
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Thanks for that info !!

loriemoms Posted 5 Mar 2010 , 12:30pm
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Originally Posted by bizatchgirl

There is a free software from KopyKake that will cut it but it only lets you print like 15 copies, I think. After you buy more paper from KopyKake you get a code that gives you more copies.

I used it for a round Spiderman image and it worked very well. I was able to expand my image up to the full circle size and it only printed on the circle, crops out everything else.

Hope that helps.




That is the only software I have been able to find, and again I don't want the coded stuff. (I HATE thier paper!)

thanks anyway, but would really like something where I dont have to have a code. Anyone?

bizatchgirl Posted 5 Mar 2010 , 2:28pm
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I gotcha. I totally didn't get what you meant when you said 'keyed'. I thought you were referring to something on the paper.

What don't you like about that paper, if you don't mind saying? I am new to the EI printer world and they're the only brand I've used, and only done 2 images!!

loriemoms Posted 6 Mar 2010 , 4:55am
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I gotcha. I totally didn't get what you meant when you said 'keyed'. I thought you were referring to something on the paper.

What don't you like about that paper, if you don't mind saying? I am new to the EI printer world and they're the only brand I've used, and only done 2 images!!




The paper is too thin and dries out quickly. It is hard to remove sometimes, especially in the humid summer. I buy my paper from Icing Images, it is on a nice backing, EASY to remove, you can even cut the paper itself if you want too AFTER you peel it off. They also have chocolate transfers you can print on for reverse printing... I use the circles all the times on cookies and its nice having a decent paper since you have to work it a little on the cookie.

They are working on some software but dont have it out yet and I spend hours putting together circles that will line up. There has to be a better way...

icingimages Posted 6 Mar 2010 , 11:01am
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Currently the Premium Icing Sheets have a free version of the software that is not keyed. The premium icing sheets do not dry out so quickly. Also, Corel has a software called photo express which allows you to put in your coordinates to print. Finally, if you need them, I belelive we do have some key codes for the other software if you PM me, I can get them for you when I am at my office on Monday

loriemoms Posted 6 Mar 2010 , 6:23pm
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Originally Posted by icingimages

Currently the Premium Icing Sheets have a free version of the software that is not keyed. The premium icing sheets do not dry out so quickly. Also, Corel has a software called photo express which allows you to put in your coordinates to print. Finally, if you need them, I belelive we do have some key codes for the other software if you PM me, I can get them for you when I am at my office on Monday




That is the paper I use and I LOVE IT. Do you know where I can get the software for it? I know I have a demo version of it, but could not get it to run (a dos window comes up and then goes away) so I bet there is a newer version out?

icingimages Posted 7 Mar 2010 , 12:44am
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Call my office tomorrow and we will give you a direct link to download from. Still in beta, but its beta version 2!!!!! Cant wait until the final comes!

Taleesa Posted 7 Mar 2010 , 4:56am
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THanks for the info. I can't wait to get one!

bizatchgirl Posted 16 Mar 2010 , 3:08am
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Thank you lorismom for the info. I've been happy with it so far but I don't know anything different...I'm also in Az and we have absolutely no humidity here so that probably makes a huge difference.

One thing I am not too happy with is the ink cartridges. Are there any other companies that sell the ink cartridges for standard printers? I have the Epson 620.

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