If you're all fingers and thumbs when it comes to putting the finishing touches to your homemade cakes, and want something that says urban cool rather than play school, edible decorating sheets could be just your ticket to decorating cakes in style.
Called Chefanie Sheets, the textile sheets are the brainchild of food enthusiast Chefanie Nass and come in a range of colours and designs to suit the occasion. Inspired by her overseas travels she's even managed to capture elaborate patterns and the colours of iconic cities like Amsterdam and Firenze.
Each sheet is completely edible and is made of tapioca starch, corn syrup solids, sugar, water and food colouring and comes complete with a ruler and set of instructions. Prices start at $15USD on the website, dependent on the design.
So if you want to elevate your cake decorating from handmade to a work of art and the centre piece of a party with just a little handiwork, Chefanie Sheets might just be the answer.
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