Louis Vuitton Edible Image

Decorating By SweetsSpot Updated 30 Nov 2011 , 7:38pm by icingimages

SweetsSpot Posted 29 Nov 2011 , 8:50pm
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Has anyone had any luck with printing the LV edible image without it turning colors on them? I have seen some cakes that look FLAWLESS and I have also heard the horror stories of the greenish color. I happen to have my own horror story. I printed from the "jpg" image, kept it away from direct light & it still turned a green color. Please help me as I am looking forward to creating some LV handbag cakes in the future. THNX in advance!!!

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icingimages Posted 30 Nov 2011 , 7:38pm
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Ok, here is why. The LV images that are being pulled off the web are made in different formats. If the image was ever designed or passed through a word type document such as word or a .pdf then you must treat the image as a word type document. Your printer settings should be set as paper type: Plain, Quality: High. If you know that the image was created as a graphic and never passed through a word type document then stick with paper type: Matte and quality as standard.

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