3 full sheets ombre printed wafer paper for cake decorating or cupcake decorating. 8" x 10.5" edible paper prints

A Cake To Remember LLC By A Cake To Remember LLC

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3 sheets of ombre printed wafer paper in PORTRAIT mode (color going from the narrow side of the page to the other narrow side, or top to bottom) for cake decorating, cupcake decorating, wafer paper flowers, or other cake decorations. Edible paper prints.

Each order includes three sheets of one gradient color. Choose the color that you want at checkout. The colors in the photos show the color ranges. Colors on the sheets may vary due to computer monitors, but the range will be close to the color shown.

I might be able to do a custom color range for you, send me a convo to see if I can make your colors work. The single color fading to white would be an easy one to customize, others might be trickier!

Each sheet is about 8"x10", and colored using food coloring. The color will vary but is going to be on the lighter side, since too much color can make the paper buckle and prevent it from lying flat.

Each order contains 3 sheets of wafer paper, which is made with potato starch and vegetable oil. The paper will dissolve if it gets wet, so make sure to handle it with dry hands.

You can get up to 80 1" wide flowers out of each sheet if you're extra careful, but it's more realistic to plan for about 40-50 1" wide flowers depending on your skill at cutting them out.

The color will smear if you get it wet, so use caution and work with it in a dry area!

This wafer paper can be used with paper punches or paper scissors to cut out flowers or other shapes that can be used on cakes and cupcakes for cake decorating.

The wafer paper will be shipped in a food-safe storage bag and should be stored at room temperature in a non-humid area and away from sunlight to prevent fading. It can be kept for up to a year but it's better to use it within 6 months or so. If moisture gets into it it can stick together, so proper storage is important!

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