How Do I Apply Printed Icing Toppers To My Cake?

by Nitin Kumar Digital Marketing Company

Applying printed icing toppers to the cake is quite easy. To achieve the best results follow these simple instructions:

Printed icing sheets/cake toppers must be stored in a sealed bag to prevent the icing from drying out and the printed edible image from deteriorating. Ensure the cake topper is stored on a flat surface away from excessive heat and humidity.

How To Apply Cake Toppers 

  • Printed cake toppers will work on most cake coverings but the best results are achieved when used on smooth, fondant icing or shop-bought, ready iced cakes.
  • When using icing sheets the cake toppers have virtually no taste but are completely edible.
  • Before applying your cake topper you’ll need to ensure your icing is slightly moist. The best way to achieve this without over dampening your cake is to spray a fine mist of water onto the surface of your cake before applying your cake topper.
  • Next, carefully remove the plastic backing from your icing sheet. Icing sheets are specifically designed for ‘easy peel’ and don’t require any freezing or heating, unlike some other icing sheets. The backing should easily remove with a palette knife or cake slice.
  • Carefully place your cake topper in the desired position on your cake and press it down gently.

If you are looking for good quality edible icing sheets, Icinginks is the best place! In my experience, it is the best online shop for premium quality cake decorating edible supplies and tools. They offer a different range of cake decorating supplies such as Edible inks, Edible cartridges, Edible paper Icing/Frosting sheets, rice paper, Wafer papers, Fondants, Airbrush ink, Chocolate transfer sheets, etc. at very affordable prices.

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