• Wafer Paper Images For Valentine's Day Cookies and cookie decorating


    12 pre-cut vintage Valentine's Day images for cookie decorating.

    The images can be trimmed with a pair of scissors to size if needed. There are nine different pictures, and I'll include duplicates of three random ones to make a total of twelve.

    Edible wafer paper images can be placed on iced or fondant-covered cookies and stuck on with corn syrup or piping gel.

    These measure about 2 1/4 to 3 1/4" or a little larger and come already cut out and ready to use.

    Handle with dry hands since wafer paper will melt if it gets wet!

    They're sized to use on about 3X4" rectangular cookie, which you can make using a cutter or by cutting out cookie dough using a pizza cutter and a ruler. These need to be used on iced cookies, they won't stick well on cookies that have soft icing or none at all. They can be placed on cupcakes right before serving them, using a little icing or corn syrup.

    Watch this video to see how to attach the images to the cookies! It's easy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X2CHw65wPPc

    Wafer paper is made from potato starch and vegetable oil and is tasteless and odorless. When you eat it along with the cookie it doesn't affect the flavor at all. They should be stored at room temperature in the plastic bag they're shipped in until you use them. They'll be good for up to a year if stored in the bag out of humidity and light, which can fade the food coloring.