Joyeux Noël Transfer Sheet

Joyeux Noël Transfer Sheet

CODE: AC870FR

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Use chocolate transfer sheets to create wonderful chocolate labels to decorate cakes, pastries, ice cream, gelato and other desserts. Transfer sheets are easy to use and they will give a finer look to your desserts. Our chocolate transfer sheets are made with pure cocoa butter. We use thin acetate plastic film on which we print edible coloring designs made from cocoa butter and FDA-approved food coloring. Our transfer sheets are made manually in an artisan way. We have developed our own printing method which resulted in very precise printed designs and denser colors.

Specifications:

  • 1 color process: yellow.
  • Label's dimensions: 27 x 75 mm (1" x 3").
  • Sheet dimensions: 152 x 424 mm (6" x 16,63").
  • Sold in a package of 24 sheets.
  • Storage conditions: Store in a cool, dry and dark place.

How to use:

  • Use this transfer with Stencil ACCH002.
  • Place the transfer sheet, coloring facing up, on your work station.
  • Place the stencil on the transfer sheet by carefully centering the designs in the stencil's cavities.
  • Spread the melted chocolate over the stencil by making sure that the cavities are filled approprately.
  • Smooth out the stencil with a wide spatula to remove the excess of chocolate.
  • Let it cool down until the chocolate gets firm and then you can remove the stencil.
  • Let the chocolate on the transfer cool down until it hardens (24 hours at room temperature OR 20 minutes in refrigerator).
  • When chocolate is hard, peel off the transfer sheet and the design will remain on the chocolate.

Transfer Sheet can also be used to print on fondant; contact us for more information on this technique.

Transfer Sheet should be used only with couverture chocolate (dark, milk or white). Final result is not guaranteed if used with compound chocolate.

This product is temperature sensitive and can be damaged during high temperature season if not stored and/or manipulated properly.

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