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I need to make some very realistic playing cards with pattern on the back to cascade down a wedding cake. I'm toying with patchwork cutters, embossed then painted for the face and maybe stencilling or a rolled fondant effect on the back. I know there are also rice paper transfers. Has anyone got a good idea how to get the most realistic result particularly for the intricate patterns on the backs?

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These Patchwork Cutters would work great.

 

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I think she still needs a pattern for the back. You could have one made not sure how long you have but you can contact http://www.sweetstampen.com/ send them a graphic of what you want and they will copy it for you then you could just stamp the back. The set MsGF suggested would work great for the front.

 

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Google "Playing Cards Clipart" there you will get the fronts.   Then google "Back of Playing Cards" and you will get the backs.    Print them on edible images..put them on a piece of fondant to dry. 

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