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40 x Mixed Butterflies Edible Cake Toppers (Wedding, Birthday) Cupcake Topper Decorations
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- 40 x 2-3cm (wing to wing) 'Cakeshop Basics' Mixed Colour Butterflies Edible Cake Toppers, new in properly sealed food grade packaging
- 100% Edible, made with high quality Wafer paper , edible water based inks... best before - minimum 3 months from purchase
- These Mixed Colour Butterfly toppers are part of our Cakeshop Basics range so they require cutting out carefully with sharp scissors
- Nut Free, Gluten Free, Lactose Free, Dairy Free, Kosher, Suitable for Vegetaruans and Vegans
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40 x 2-3cm (wing to wing) Cakeshop Basics Mixed Colour Butterflies Edible Cake Toppers, new in sealed packet. These Mixed Colour Butterflies cake toppers are very easy to use to make your bakes look fantastic! Simply remove from the packet, cut them out carefully with scissors and place onto your bakes to add that 'wow' factor. Toppers are printed on 1 side, using the best edible inks and premium grade Wafer paper. They are great for Valentines, Weddings, Mothers Day, or just for fun! Plus - they make a great gift for any master baker. All of our toppers are nut free, gluten free, lactose free, kosher, plus they are suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Best before date will be a minimum of 3 months from purchase.
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Wouldn't buy them again, would go for the more expensive options.
but they were wasted as only had patience to cut out a few...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Many printed butterflies, but very hard to cut out. Gave up after 10 and threw the rest away.Published 3 months ago by MikeL
not impressed to be honest...someone please tell me...do I have to cut the butterfly out or am I completely stupidPublished 3 months ago by mrs t smith