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Cake printing advice.......edible inks....icing paper

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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
Hi, If anyone has ever done this before could you help me with some useful info or sites. Thanks for any help.
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
ASDA do this, just take your printout or photo and they scan and put it on a cake for you. Couple of sizes of cake available usually.
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spacem_uk
ASDA do this, just take your printout or photo and they scan and put it on a cake for you. Couple of sizes of cake available usually.


Hi, Thanks for your help but i wanted to be able to do it for myself because i make alot of cakes for family and friends.
#3
vinylandtrinkets
the last few years ive found sellers on fleabay who do this, They have always been excellent quaility, you email them the photo you want to put to the icing and they post it out to you. You dont need to worry bout copyrights with them, Asda wont print anything that has a cartoon on it
I think it costs around £3-£4 but well worth it.
I buy a plain cake from asda, add the printed icing then use pipping icing to finish off the cake ( covers bad edges)
hope this helps.


Thanks for your help :thumbsup:
#4
Anyone!!!
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Had a look and you can get kits for Canon and Epson inkjets, however you basically need to get a printer and the sheets of icing and use the printer only for that purpose as the using normal inks will foul up the "cake" printer and make your next batch of icing prints inedible.
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spacem_uk
Had a look and you can get kits for Canon and Epson inkjets, however you basically need to get a printer and the sheets of icing and use the printer only for that purpose as the using normal inks will foul up the "cake" printer and make your next batch of icing prints inedible.


Thank you...rep left :thumbsup:
#7
Top of the list seems to be [url]www.anycake.com[/url] selling the Canon IP3500 starter kit for 145 quid, they stock the icing sheets and the inks and lots of other cake decorating bits and pieces.

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