Hawaiian Themed Cake - Help!

Decorating By MammaMia Updated 31 May 2008 , 1:01am by aztomcat

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MammaMia Posted 31 May 2008 , 12:08am
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I am making a cake for my sister's baby shower (she doesnt know what she is having yet) and her theme is LUAU! I was planning on making a cake that looked like gifts stacked on top of eachother - all "wrapped" in Hawaiian wrapping paper. Does anyone know how or if it's possible to transfer a design onto fondant? If so, does anyone have a good Hawaiian print? If it's not possible, anyone have any other suggestions on how I can do it? Her shower is in 2 weeks.

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aztomcat Posted 31 May 2008 , 1:01am
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A grocery store can transfer any print onto rice paper. You would then have to put it on top of your fondant. Most can do a maximum size of 8x10 inches. Simply find a hawaiin print you like, enlarge it to 8x10 or bigger, they will scan it and then print it to the paper. My local store here charges $7 a sheet.

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