Prior to despatch your Edibel Icing Photo Cake Topper(s) has been pre dried in a food dehydraytor.
You will have had you Photo Cake Topper(s) delivered in a grip seal bag to keep that dryness.

If you still find that your Photo Cake Topper will not come away from the backing then read our instructions below.


*Please note that all our ingredients (including the Edible Inks)
are Kosher Certified and FDA approved

Removal of Sheets that seem to stick to backing sheet:
Please understand there is NO single correct answer to this problem, since the climate conditions and humidity of each part of the country or even the world is different or changes seasonally.
*Remember whilst printing, we have added a considerable amount of wet ink to the sheets
After printing, we have dried you cake topper(s), and placed them in a grip seal bag to keep the dryness.
You should not remove your topper(s) from the bag until you are ready to use them.
In some cases you may still find that the frosting sheets will NOT easily release from the paper after the normal drying period, or come apart in small pieces.
In these conditions we recommend the following methods that have ALL worked successfully:
  1. Placing finished Frosting Sheet into a VERY COLD FREEZER will allow easy removal after about 10 to 15 seconds, (NOT LONGER), providing the freezer is a DRY freezer and not a WET freezer. (This really works the best). You should remove the sheet immediately.
  1. Use a blower type Hair dryer (or any other hot air supply) on the reverse side of the backing sheet on high hot for 30-40 seconds. This method is very reliable and should solve your release problems.
  1. Place in a warm dry oven at a low temperature, for about 1-2 minutes, or lay the sheet on a warm pan for a minute or two.
  1. It also works well if left in an Air-Conditioned area for a short time.
  1. Pull backing sheet over the Sharp edge of a tabletop
Remember, the only reason the frosting sheets will not easily come off the backing sheet, is that the Frosting Sheet is still wet.
Apply Your Edible Photo 

If you have a shop-bought cake or the icing on your cake has dried or formed a crust, a little moisture will help the icing sheet attach to the icing and blend in. Dampen the cake icing using a pastry-brush or a fine mist/spray, but don't over-wet it. DO NOT WET THE ICING SHEET - this may cause the colours in the image to run.

Hold the icing topper gently at the edges and place the middle onto the cake first. If any bubbles or wrinkles appear gently pat them out with DRY fingers.
If you accidentally tear the icing - DON'T PANIC! Just rub very gently with a dry finger and it will merge back together and the tear will disappear after an hour or so.
          Your Finished Cake

After a few hours your picture will blend into the icing and look like it has been painted onto the icing. The time this takes and the results will vary depending on how dry your icing is.
If you have used a very dry topping, or if you need to serve the cake straight away then pipe some icing around the image to hide any visible edges.