Edible Image On A Wavy Surface

Decorating By louglou Updated 29 Oct 2019 , 12:56am by SandraSmiley

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louglou Posted 28 Oct 2019 , 5:48pm
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How would I apply an edible image to a wavy surface like this? I’ve only ever applied them to a flat surface.


Edible Image On A Wavy Surface

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kakeladi Posted 28 Oct 2019 , 7:35pm
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Adhere it to a thin piece of fondant 

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kakeladi Posted 28 Oct 2019 , 7:41pm
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My phone won’t load your pic so that’s all I can suggest 

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-K8memphis Posted 28 Oct 2019 , 8:32pm
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I don’t have a ton of experience with these but my thought is — can you flatten the two areas where the walkers circular logo is and where the picture of the chips are — but they could be at different angles to each other too and one could have a slight extra angle in it —

then the rest of the bag could be fondant or buttercream and airbrushed to match the differing green coloration —

i would be sure the areas were flattened the way I wanted then airbrushing would go before placing the images —

and I would cut out the lettering and apply piece by piece —

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Fabricake Posted 28 Oct 2019 , 8:40pm
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If you print on to an icing sheet rather than wafer paper as long as the sheet hasn't completely dried out it really easy to apply to a wavy surface. Just cut it out, apply glue to the back and gently push it down. I tend to put a piece of kitchen towel over the top, as it's not completely dry some of the print does tend to come off or get smudged if your not really careful. 

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SandraSmiley Posted 29 Oct 2019 , 12:56am
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