Edging Strips/Edible Ribbon

Here at Eat Your Photo we have recently added a new item to our edible photo range – the edging strip, which acts as a personalised edible ribbon. We have all seen cakes decorated with ribbons and there is absolutely nothing wrong with that, but imagine if you could decorate that ribbon with a design of your own or even have full colour photos printed onto it, then imagine if it were edible!

This is where Eat Your Photo come in with their range of predesigned or design yourself edging strips. We print any image that you desire from school photos to facebook images to company logos in long thin strips of edible icing sheet so that you can apply them to the sides of your cakes and make a cake that is out of this world. Your edging strips come in ten inch long strips so they are easy to handle and apply and your image will join seamlessly to create one continuous mural around your masterpiece.

Expand your cake designs into another dimension and add edible ribbon to your cake design repertoire. We have a range of set designs to choose from; for the kids we have popular favourites like Peppa Pig, Ben and Holly and Ben10; for the ladies we have floral patterns and for everyone we have candles, balloons, celebration wishes and seasonal images. Also there is the ever popular film strip which creates a very desirable cake design, showing images through a couples’ courtship for the wedding cake or a chronological set of photos for a big birthday like a 40th or 50th.

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Of course you are free to create your own artwork and we will produce your design with the same efficient service that we apply to all our products using the finest quality products. So visit our website www.eatyourphoto.co.uk and have a look at the new edging strips!

Will
Eatyourphoto team

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