Edible Peacock Feathers

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Edible Peacock Feathers

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Edible Peacock Feather, Double-Sided Wafer Paper Toppers for Cakes, Cupcakes or Cookies

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Make your homemade or store bakery cake look fabulous with custom wafer paper decorations. Wafer paper is an edible paper that can be printed using edible ink, and placed on frosting or fondant. My wafer paper peacock feather cutouts are different than most, because you have the choice to make them double-sided, so you can stand them up and won't see the unsightly blank side on your cake.

These detailed, pre-cut feathers are 1.6" wide and 2.75" tall. Each set contains 24 feathers which are mirror images of each other. You may use them as 24 single feathers, or put them back to back to make 12 feathers with color on both sides. It's super easy to do! Complete instructions are included.

With our assembly kit add-on you can quickly and easily assemble these images. Kit includes .25 oz of high quality piping gel in recloseable tube and small brush. Kit should be stored in cool, dark place in the sealed plastic bag in which they are shipped. Do not refrigerate or freeze. Kit will keep for up to one year.

*Wafer paper is an edible paper that can be printed using edible ink, and placed on buttercream, royal icing or fondant. It stays rather firm and papery on the dessert, and the consistency is similar to communion wafers. Wafer paper should be stored in cool, dark place in the sealed plastic bag in which it was shipped. Do not refrigerate or freeze. It will keep indefinitely. However, edible inks may fade if exposed to light for extended periods.