I'm wanting to make a cake that has CD's on it. I was thinking about using that edible transfer stuff to put on the CD's. I can't think of the name of it though, and secondly can I do it at home?
Does anyone know what I'm talking about?
Basically I would like to take the cover of my husband's favorite CD and transfer that image onto some fondant. I will then take that fondant and put it on the cake I'm going to bake.
Thanks for any advise.
If you are talking about an edible image that is printed on you could take and make a copy of the CD you want and take it to the local supermarket and see if they will print it for you in their bakery department. I know around here the local Kroger will do it for $5 a page so I usually put more than one item on there I want to use. Good luck
Walmart will also do this!
I use buttercream transfers and love them! I like working with the buttercream more than fondant right now. i have heard people having great experiences with both ways though, all depends on your preference.
Will Walmart do copyrighted images like Thomas or Barbie?
I have heard of people getting them. But when I went, she told me they couldn't do copyrighted images. I suppose it's a matter of who's working the bakery on that day!