Photos, business cards, or predesigned images.
The frosting comes on a sheet of paper and you peel it off and stick it on. I wonder if they'd just ship the frosting so you can put it on a cake or whatever.
Was fun to see.
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Canon and Epson have printers that utilize the food ink coloring. They are the only ones that do.
Kopykake is the correct place.
I had the earlier model from Epson but had a lot of problems with it.
Now I have the Canon MG 5320 and can do just about anything with it.
The ink is expensive yes, but the results are amazing.