I have an idea, but it involves having both sides of my wafer paper printed.
Is this possible? Or is it better to sort of sandwich two printed wafer sheets together?
My problem is that each side of the paper would have two different prints.
Has anyone given this a go before?
From using wafer paper yrs ago I say you would be better off making 2 prints & sandwiching them together.
Just curious....would the patterns not show through so that the images on both sides would be muddled?
I thought about that....not sure. Might depend on the image. One could always put ea pic on a very thin piece of fondant or gp backing or maybe a plain piece of wafer paper.
I always print on both sides when I need colored wafer paper for flower making. But if you use thin wafer paper you will see the image through, I guess. When you will sandwich the wafer paper it's difficult to maintain a smooth surface. It will probably be a bit wavy because of the "glue". I sandwiched two thick pieces of wafer paper for my Harry Potter cake to make the book covers. In this case it was fine because the books should look old and used.
I would recommend to glue the two sheets on some fondant in between.