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really you can print anything that you could print on paper!  so if you take a picture you can download it to your PC and print!!
I just got a printer and ink, and have been staring at it for weeks afraid to get started, I thought it would be nice to start this thread to get some pointers.  One thing that really bothers me is the idea of wasting that expensive ink.  i have read you have to use it all the time...but what if i don't need it?  is there a way to preserve the ink instead of printing all the time to throw it out if you are in a baking lull?   hope all of you printing have learned...
thank you, this i have not tried.  i don't know why--guess i thought water would 'hurt' it LOL!   i  have a little of the last batch left, and i think that i will try the water.  I had added Glycerin to some, and it didn't really do it.  and tried the crisco, but it was not really helping with adhesion, it would roll out but then just fall apart, i even tried making up some more gelatin to add, that was kind of gross.  I really want to get this.  I know it can be...
ok, i am soooo frustrated....I  have spent a fortune trying to make this work  :( i was using this recipe to make fondant http://decoratedcupcakeideas.com/rolled-fondant-recipe-with-video-instructions/ but always crumbly....a little better if i put say 3 # of sugar, and then rolled immediatley.   so after another particularly lousy batch last night i send dh to grocery for more supplies.  I checked here and found MFF (michele fosters fondant recipe)  loved idea....
@Spuddysmom  where did you get the rice paper?  were you able to transfer it to a cake? also, is there an ingredients list?  wondering if that might be the way to go with the corn allergy!  :)
I am hoping that those with experience can help me out.  I want to make my dd a special cake, and i guess using it as a great excuse to get toys....i have been thinking on this so long i have confused myself!   I am getting a Canon MG 532o for printing.  so I am looking for ink and icing sheets.  i have seen lost of posts on Icing images and a few from photofrost.  I have also seen some products on Amazon/Ebay.   I am hoping that everyone will weigh in with...
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