Sprinkle sheets are designed to help you make your very own sprinkles. You can use a variety of ingredients dependent on what they will be used for.
Soap dough or cold process soap batter can be used to make soap sprinkles to decorate your loaves of soap.
Royal icing or sugar dough can be used to make food sprinkles for cakes & cookies.
NOTES ON USAGE:
- The best way to ensure a better unmoulding experience is to use a hard oil recipe. At 40% coconut oil I found some of the smaller sheets a little hard to unmould after 24 hours. I would strongly suggest a 100% coconut oil recipe.
- The best way to use these that I have found so far is to scoop out some of your soap batter on the end of your spatula (at approximately medium trace – thick enough not to squish out from under the sheet) and press onto the sheet and smooth out. Make sure to overfill slightly. Come back when your batter is fully setup and scrape across the top with a broad flat knife for a neat top side to your sprinkle. After your batter is hard enough to lift sheet to give the reverse side a scrape with a broad knife so that when you unmould your sprinkles they will be nice on both sides, just like regular sprinkles!
- Your sprinkle sheet may not look exactly the same as the one shown in the promo image. If it is different it is because it has been upgraded to give you a better end user experience.
- This is a print on demand item. Sometimes we have stock ready-made and this will be used for your order first. When your order comes in, it will be placed in the print queue. You could be first in the queue, or 14th. These sprinkle sheets take anywhere from 4 to 10 hours so please allow this in your timing. I currently run 6 x 3D printers full time. If you wish to know current wait times on orders, please don’t hesitate to contact me via email or Facebook message.
- These items are 3D printed and do not deal well with heat. Do not place in dishwasher. Please make sure to clean using cool water. For best results, use dishwashing liquid and cool water and wash with a non-abrasive pad. Do not leave soaking in water.
- 3d printed items hold a whole mess of static electricity. Give them a wipe down with isopropyl alcohol and a paper towel to remove any dust or fuzzies they will have inevitably picked up from somewhere in the universe.
- PLA (what these 3D printed items are made from) is not plastic, but a thermoplastic polyester made from fermented plant starch using renewable resources. PLA is biodegradable & environmentally friendly.
- 3d printing is ‘additive manufacturing’ meaning there is no waste when creating your items.