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jmowreader Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Mar-05-08 08:23 PM
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34. Bakeries CAN decorate cakes with frosted Mickeys
They're actually PRINTED Mickeys. I am not sure how the licensing works--whether you pay a big chunk of change up front and are allowed to sell all the Disney-themed cakes you want, or you pay royalties on a per-cake basis--but the printed cake sample books at all the stores that have cake printers have a big Disney section in them.

I asked the same question: how do you get the cake in the printer? You don't. They sell you an inkjet printer with a straight-through paper path and ink cartridges that are filled with food coloring. You print on very thin sheets of sugar, lay the sheets on frosted cakes, and you're done.
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