AI have been asked to make a cake with 4 of the Advengers' heads on each corner. I was wondering if I outline the heads onto a piece of wax paper in royal icing and let it dry, will it come off easy (stay together) to place on cake? I don't know of any other medium to use to do this. Any advice would be helpful. Thank you in advance.
Wilton's Color Flow Technique would work. Just make sure you give your creation several days to dry and then very carefully peel the wax paper off as your characters will be fragile.
Color Flow technique on Cookies:
Wilton website info: http://www.wilton.com/technique/Color-Flow-Decorations
Since colorflow breaks down when in contact with moisture, another option might be to use candy melts. A little more akward to work with, but sturdier in the end.
Here is a link for candy melt transfers on this site:
Have fun!!! :)
I made mine from frosting sheets. Then cut them out and put them on fondant. Made them pop a little more than flat on the cake.
They are fun cakes to make. Good luck.
ADid you free hand them? I'm not great at free handing things like this. If I could see through the sheets it would help.
What about RI?? would that work at all? I also have to do a cake for my grandson....he wants MARIO CARTS...and Im trying to think if RI or Color flow would be best...I need to lay the plaque down on BC icing...
AHey there, I meant to post after I finished the cake. The Royal icing worked like a charm. I couldn't have been happier. Thanks you to everyine that had other ideas. I will try them next time to see what works other than RI. I will try and get a picture up as soon as I figure it out.
Cant wait to see the cake!!!! I need to start my cake. I work tonight and tomorrow night, graveyard, but get off on wednesday and leave for the casino's til late the 9th...and cake is due 11th....so starting the design now and cake, and all I have to do is decorate it at the last minute. Its for a home party for my grandson, so a small cake not bigger than 8", thank god! lol