Frosting Sheets can become dry, brittle and separate from their backing. This can occur due to a
number of reasons, the most common is prolonged or excessive exposure to heat or cold and frequent
fluctuations in temperature (getting cold then warm repeatedly). Frosting sheets are affected very
differently in different climates. Drying can even occur during shipping in certain climates.
If you find that your frosting sheets have become too dry to use properly, you can easily re-hydrate
them by placing a moist paper towel behind the backing of the last sheet in the bag – be careful not to
touch or drip on the front of any of the sheets with the moisture, then seal the bag tightly and let it sit
for 12-24 hours. Your sheets should be moist, pliable and re-attached to their backings.
Take the time to get to know your edible ink printer with plain printer paper. The better you get to know your edible ink printer, the better your edible prints will be!