We have been supplying local bakeries and cake decorators with our personalised icing sheets for the past 8 years.
Not only am we qualified cake decorators but we also have vast experience in graphic design making our toppers the most professionally finished you'll find anywhere.
Edible icing sheets are for your homemade or shop bought cake. It's never been easier to make a professional looking personalised celebration cake.
They are easy to apply and the finished results are unbeatable!
They are NOT cheap rice paper but instead are made with a starched residue which is sturdier but still edible.
If you want something we haven't got in the shop please email us at email@example.com and we'll see what we can do.
Please check out our Frequently Asked Questions below. If it’s not in there, we haven’t been asked it yet!!
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What size do the toppers come in?
Standard sheets come in the following sizes:-
A4 (7.5" x 10")
A5 (7.5" x 5")
12 x 2.13" cupcakes
6 x 3.25" muffin tops
30 x 1.5" minicakes
A3 (10" x 16")
We also cut out logos and shapes as long as they are within the A4 sized sheet. Please email if you have a specific size in mind. Also bear in mind designs may vary slightly due to the shape of the original. For example, a rectangular image may have to be adjusted slightly for a round topper.
Are they completely edible?
Yes. The ingredients are:- Cornflour - Glucose Syrup - Cellulose - Glucose Syrup Solids - Water - High Fructose Glucose – Sugar Gum Arabic - Polysorbate 60 - Citric acid and I print with edible ink.
Can you print any image?
Subject to copyright, yes we can. Please email if we haven’t got what you want.
What is your returns policy?
As these items are personalised and made to order we do not give refunds, however, if there is a problem we will certainly try to fix it.
How do I get it off the backing paper?
To remove the icing sheet from the backing paper, take out of the bag and place in the freezer for approximately 3 minutes. The sheet will come away from the backing paper like a piece of stiff paper. Put it immediately onto the surface of the cake and smooth over with a DRY hand. It should release easily – DO NOT FORCE IT! If the room you are in is particularly humid leave the icing sheet out of its bag in a dry cool room before doing this step. If you are having any difficulty releasing it from the backing paper try pulling it over the straight edge of your work surface.
How do I attach it to the cake?
You will not normally need any adhesive as the moisture from the freezer will allow it to stick, however, you may want to run a damp paintbrush under the outer edge of the icing sheet. 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 photo attach to the icing and blend in. Dampen the cake icing using a fine mist/spray, but don't over-wet it. Do not allow any splashes of water onto the image as this will take the colour away. Bear in mind it is edible and therefore not water resistant!
Can I put it on any surface?
Your edible image can be applied to almost any kind of icing such as fondant, sugar paste, royal icing, butter-cream or glace icing but remember if you have a very wet icing or a covering with a high fat content (such as butter or cream cheese) I suggest you make a backing plaque from fondant or sugar paste. Supermarkets even do a ready roll version which you can use to roll out a thin plaque of sugar paste to put your edible icing sheet onto first, then onto the cake. Otherwise you should apply it no more than a few hours before serving the cake, before it has time to absorb the moisture or fat. As the sheet is very thin, it looks better on a white background as a strong colour may seep through the image. Obviously if you use a white sugar paste plaque it can be placed on any colour – even chocolate buttercream! With the cupcake and muffin sheets we suggest you cut them into sections and chill a few at a time as they will re-stick to the backing paper if not taken off immediately.
What should I do if I rip it?
If you accidentally tear it - DON’T PANIC! Rub very gently with a dry finger and it will merge back together and the tear will disappear after a while.
How long can I buy in advance?
The sheets, when printed on, will last at least six months or more if kept in good conditions. After this, the image may start to fade.
Should I keep it in the fridge?
Do not refrigerate them, they will go sticky. Keep them in their airtight bag, flat, out of direct heat and sunlight.
How will they get to me safely? Are they not fragile?
They are reasonably fragile but our postage & packaging consists of a suitable foodsafe ziplock bag for your sheet, and a board backed envelope for the journey.