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    Seed packets for a garden party

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    Made these for a party this weekend. LOVE my printer and icing sheets! The sky is the limit!

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    Love these! Great Job!

    And for those who don't have a printer (like me) Fancy Flours sells a lot of wafer papers. They also have chocolate transfer sheets. I haven't tried either of these, but please post if you do!

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    Oh gosh, these are super cute!

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    They are really cute. Love the basket you displayed them in.

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    Very cute! I went to Fancy Flours....all I can say is ohhhhhh!

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    Such a great idea! Thanks for sharing!

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    These are really cute!!!! What a great idea!

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    Thanks everyone. I have tried the fancy flours ones and they are wafer paper, not icing sheets. They are a little crispy on the cookie but BEAUTIFUL! The icing sheet melt into the cookie icing.
    I work for a realtor and make cookies for open houses every weekend. I decided to invest in a cannon printer ($99) and edible ink cartirdges so I could put pictures of the house that are for sale on the cookies. I tie the realtors card on the bag and they have instant sweet publicity. I print slogans like "make me a sweet deal" or "home sweet home" on the cookies. The realtors and their clients love them!

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    LOVE these! I love this style, and they look perfect!

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    Quote Originally Posted by debdegeer View Post
    I decided to invest in a cannon printer ($99) and edible ink cartirdges so I could put pictures of the house that are for sale on the cookies. !
    I bought a cannon pixma printer and I bought the ink cartridges and icing sheete fom Tasty fotoart and I had trouble with the ink cartridges clogging up or they dried up i'm not sure which. where do you buy your ink and paper? Their icing sheets were very thick, I found some from Lucks edible images and really like the sheets however I don't know where to get the ink. Do you have to print edible images often to prevent the ink heads from drying out? i feel like i have already invested too much money for something i cant use
    I would appreciate any suggestions??? Sorry for rambling on.
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