Hi - I'm new here. IMPORTANT QUESTION (well, important to my niece and i . )
We're making a gingerbread structure for a competition and have limited time. We're adding a poem written on and painting an outdoor scenery background on... edible paper & mounting it onto gingerbread walls. We need the poem to be legible, and the scenery to be relatively easy to paint on with paint brushes dipped in Wilson edible paints.
Which paper would allow us finer clearer print using fine tip Wilson edible ink markers (bought at Michael's)? It's not getting eaten so flavor doesn't matter.
I have Wilson sugar sheets from Michael's. I can buy wafer paper from ebay. We have limited time to get this done so if I need to buy, i should do it very soon.
We can use edible (cornsyrup) or non-edible (glue) materials to mount it, if that matters. We can put white sugar sheets or fondant underneath the wafer sheets to reduce the transparency.
Thank you in advance for your opinions, and experiences!