Matches the favors I made, and recipe cards etc for my future sister-in-law Kyle's bridal shower. Thanks to Tanyawilliam for the great idea! How to: Rice paper is available online, in international food sections of the grocery store or cake decorating supply stores (Michaels may have it). Stamp on the rice paper with any stamps and Classic Stampin Pads (non-toxic). Prepare icing (Wilton is on this cake) and spread when ready to put topper on. Mist top of cake with fine spray of water from about 18" and lay the stamped rice paper on top. Gently press it onto the icing so all the edges adhere to the icing. Gently press all of the paper into the icing, it will begin to soften and become more pliable and maybe a bit sticky. If it's not soaking in well, mist on the top gently with water again until it's almost completely disoved. Do this before doing edge piping or greetings! May need to be misted again before displaying. Once it's appropraitely positioned and soaked into the icing, you can pipe the edges and greeting.. Very very easy! Stamping by me, icing and cake decorating by my SIL Cherie Roy. Thanks for looking!
Date: Saturday, June 18, 2005 GMT Views: 3852
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Sat, Jun 18, 2005 @ 6:25 PM
It's Non-toxic. So the tiny amount you may eat won't hurt you. It has no smell or bad taste. Most people at the party today either ate it because it took on the taste of the icing or removed the rice paper if they didn't want to eat it.. no one was grossed out by it or anything... in fact, it was a huge success.. :) Hope that helps.