How To Get This Look?

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allibakescake Posted 25 Mar 2020 , 5:08pm
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Hey there everyone :)

Question for everyone, I’ve seen a local baker do a lot of character cakes and such and while I don’t agree with violating copyrights, I have to know... how/what methods did this person use to get Elsa so perfect? I’ve reached out to others and have heard some people will hand paint characters but this looks closer to printed. Any ideas? 

Looks almost to 3 dimensional to be edible paper but I could be very wrong. 


Thanks!How To Get This Look?

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rychevamp Posted 25 Mar 2020 , 11:45pm
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That's a printed picture. Maybe with edible ink and wafer paper? Looks like it's on a piece of fondant to make it stand out.

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kakeladi Posted 26 Mar 2020 , 12:23am
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You won’t be able to reply to any posts so if you want to comment just start a new post referring to the one you are talking about I can’t see the picture so can’t help:(

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jchuck Posted 26 Mar 2020 , 1:25am
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I totally agree with rychevamp, definitely either a wafer paper printed image or printed on computer paper. The placed on fondant. 

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SandraSmiley Posted 26 Mar 2020 , 10:03pm
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Ditto what the others said!

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jchuck Posted 26 Mar 2020 , 10:15pm
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Bump...

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kakeladi Posted 1 week ago
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Bump

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gscout73 Posted 6 days ago
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Yep, I vote edible image on gumpaste

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kakeladi Posted 4 days ago
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Bump

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