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post #31 of 45
I used the happy birthday on a 6" chocolate birthday for my sister. I chose the 6" because I thought it would be easy since it was small. I love the results.

I used the Ghirardelli dipping double chocolate that I purchased in bulk from Sam's.

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post #32 of 45
Thanks for posting the link!
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post #34 of 45
Thanks!!
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Thanks!!
post #36 of 45
Thanks for the link! icon_smile.gif

Does anyone know the shelf-life of chocolate transfer sheets?
(I thought the image was cocoa butter - seems like it'd spoil?)

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post #37 of 45
They will keep indefinitely in the refrigerator. I've used them for years.
I always use melted chocolate chips with a tablespoon of shortening melted in....no issues.
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post #38 of 45
Awesome website!
post #39 of 45
if anyone is interested in buying chocolate transfers and they dont stock them in your country let me know and I might be able to help you out.
I started selling Chocolate Transfer Sheets about 5months ago when I was looking for them in Cape Town and no one seemed to have them and now when I started it suddenly everyone sold them (*weird) lol.

I post orders around my country so if you are willing to send a courier from your country to mine then I would gladly sell you some.

my email address is bakedct@telkomsa.net (not sure if im allowed to sell things on CC??) but send me an email and I will send you the designs I have
post #40 of 45
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Originally Posted by kwalsh4

Thanks so much for the link to the video, sounds great.

Has anyone tried or knows how to transfer the sheets directly onto fondant without the chocolate?

I heard that you can do this but don't know how.



You may already have got better information from Paul but I think it is possible to do the transfers onto fondant with a hairdryer - put the transfer sheet onto the fondant and heat up the back of the sheet (ie the smooth side) with a hairdryer until the sheet heats up and the design melts. I think you then need to leave it on the fondant until it is set and then peel off the backing like you would with chocolate. I haven't done it myself but they explained how to do it at the cake show I went to in the NEC.
post #41 of 45
Can't wait to give this a try! Thanks for posting!
post #42 of 45

Thanks a lot! I was needing a link like it!
 

post #43 of 45

The videos are so amazing.


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post #44 of 45

Thanks for this link.. I love cake .. I can apply your process in making this type of cake...
 

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BakedCT - sent you an email - please check

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