Cookie goddesses, please help me!! I have received a last minute order that wants script under a picture on a square cookie. Obviously, it would be a lot faster to be able to "trace" the script...Can I print on rice or wafer paper, adhere to dried royal icing, and then PIPE over the design? I'm terrified the whole thing will fall off...and these cookies are for my local chamber of commerce, so I need to put out an impressive cookie!! 

Last edited by Julia M. Usher
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Yes, I concur with Wickstead's Eat Me (who are experts on this topic, BTW). I would add that I've had some lifting of paper occur when I've piped on it when I haven't let the corn syrup (gluing the paper) completely dry. I usually dry the "glued" paper overnight (or a minimum of an hour or so) before piping on the top or on edges that are prone to lifting.

Julia M. Usher posted:

Yes, I concur with Wickstead's Eat Me (who are experts on this topic, BTW). I would add that I've had some lifting of paper occur when I've piped on it when I haven't let the corn syrup (gluing the paper) completely dry. I usually dry the "glued" paper overnight (or a minimum of an hour or so) before piping on the top or on edges that are prone to lifting.

Thank you Julia, I think this has indeed been the issue...

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