Royal Ising Transfter Question

Decorating By TheTreeHouseBakery Updated 17 Apr 2013 , 10:47pm by maybenot

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TheTreeHouseBakery Posted 17 Apr 2013 , 8:15pm
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AI'm going to make an abby cadabby royal iced cookie for a friends daughter. I was thinking about doing a transfer of her face the. Setting it on a wet flooded cookie once the tramsfter was dry. Are royal icing transfers done the same as chocolate transfers? I know with chocolate you flip the image over. I want it to look really clean. I'm guessing I can do it the same as a chocolate but I'm hoping someone can clarify.

Thank you,


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maybenot Posted 17 Apr 2013 , 10:47pm
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You wouldn't want to flip over the royal transfer because the backside will not be as smooth and shiny as the  upside. 


I suggest that you make more than one image and that you lightly grease--and then wipe it off-- the surface that you pipe it on so that it releases easily.

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