This sheet of 9 edible images of fairies will turn your cookies into masterpieces. They are from early 20th-century fairy illustrations by Australian artist Ida Outhwaite. These wafer paper images will fit 2.5" x 3" rectangular cookies, and measure 2.2" x 2.75" each. I used a cutter from this set at Amazon:
Also see the "companion set", fairies by Warwick Goble, here:
Wafer paper images are placed onto cookies, which have been iced with Royal Icing (and let harden for 24+ hrs). Wafer paper requires a hard, non-porous surface to adhere to; un-iced cookies or soft frosting will not work. The edible images are "glued" on with a dab of corn syrup. Each set will come with step-by-step instructions.
Wafer paper is made from potato starch and is tasteless and odorless. It looks like paper, but melts when it comes in contact with moisture (or your mouth). It is also kosher. The images have been printed with kosher edible ink in a dedicated printer.
When stored away from light and moisture, wafer paper will keep for months, in case you cannot decorate your cookies when you expected to.
These cookies will make everyone who sees them ask, "How did you make these!?"
Please note: This listing is for the edible wafer paper images only, not for the finished cookies.
U.S. shipping via Priority Mail, which means 2-3 business days depending on your distance from Texas. International orders (including Canada) ship First Class, which takes 10-14 days.
I cannot ship these wafer papers to Europe or Australia, because Outhwaite's works are still under copyright in those regions. In the U.S., they are in the Public Domain; same with Taiwan, where copyright extends only 50 yrs. See instead the "companion set" of fairy cookies by Warwick Goble, whose work is now out of copyright worldwide: