Mikel79 Posted 17 Sep 2010 , 9:45am
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Hi Cakers!!! icon_biggrin.gif

I want to make a few edible images and store them in a cake box. My question is, how long will they last. I had a edible printer nightmare that I posted about earlier this week. I want to go ahead and make them since my printer is being nice to me this week. icon_wink.gif

Party is in November. Can I print them and just leave the frosting sheets in the plastic bag they came in? Or, can I print and attach them to the fondant and leave in a cake box for 1 1/2 month?

Thanks,

Michael icon_biggrin.gif

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Kahlua Posted 17 Sep 2010 , 10:18am
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I had one printed about a month ago and had an extra one printed as a spare in case I stuffed up. I didn't end up needing it. I've kept it in cello bag in a cool dark place, it still looks as good as new. From my understanding the biggest worry is with fading, so keeping them out of sunlight should help.

Mikel79 Posted 17 Sep 2010 , 12:03pm
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Thanks!

I would keep it covered in a cake box. The cake box is inside a cool room with a window that I keep covered with a dark sheet.

Thanks
Michael
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