Wow - neat technique with beautiful results! Thanks so much for posting the link
I have those stamps!...Bought them at Michaels for the same reason...They are awesome.. Thanks for sharing the video!
Thanks for posting that video! I love your videos, there's always something really useful in them. Do you have them all in one place so we can just bookmark a page of "rebecca's tutorials"?
Wow! Thanks so much for the awesome tip! Your work is amazing, by the way. I have enjoyed seeing your work on Food Network!
Do you think this would work on a crusting BC? My handwritting stinks I'd love to use the letters!
couldnt see it...have to have real player and for some reason mine wouldnt download...any other way to view???
Thanks, Rebecca! I always look forward to seeing your monthly videos! Can't wait to see what is next.....
Thank you Rebecca! That was great - I was just looking at those at the craft store, but didn't want to buy them in case they didn't work well. Now I can! That cake was adorable by the way!
Awesome Rebecca!! Thanks for sharing!
This is great! I'd also be interested in knowing if they would work on crusting BC...I would assume they would, just like an impression mat...!
Thanks for the tip about using the acetate to line them up on...so much easier than doing one at a time and hoping to get them even and properly spaced!!!
AWESOME,AWESOME,AWESOME..I "LOVE" your videos, THANKS Bunches and Bunches
Your so nifty and creative
You're welcome, ya'll! Glad it was helpful
Do you have them all in one place so we can just bookmark a page of "rebecca's tutorials"?
They are all listed on my MySpace page: http://www.myspace.com/sugarcreations
I haven't tried them on buttercream yet, but yes, they should work on one that crusts
Wonderful! Thank you.
Ive tried and tried to download the quick time, on my new computer and cant seem to do it. I go to download it and it just cycles over and over and nothing happens.
does anyone know where or how else I can view this video on clear stamps???
2txmedics - check out her MySpace page listed above - it is the last one listed -
thanks a mil!!
What a brillant idea. Thanks for sharing.
Wow thanks, I have all kinds of stamps!!!!!
doing very good here!!!! I need a my space to view it...lmao...figures. Im near 50yrs old and Ive never had a my space nor have I wanted one. gonna have to try and get one I guess.
For anybody who can't view, here's the jest of it:
I ran across these clear repositionable stamps in the scrapbook section the other day: http://store.scrapbooking-warehouse.com/autumnleavesstamps.html
You're supposed to purchase the acrylic block and then position the stamps on it however you wish and use it on your card/letter, etc. Well, I thought, hey, since they're flexible, that would work great on a round cake. So, I got a few of the scroll sets and all the letters, and have been testing it out.
All you do is pull the stamp off the sheet. Cut a piece of acetate 4" to 5" tall and long enough to hold your pattern repeat. Then position the stamps on your acetate however you would like. Then press them into your fresh fondant. Originally, I thought I'd use them to stamp food color onto the fondant, but that's too sloppy, so I just use the stamps to mark where I'll pipe. The great part is, they're washable & then you just stick them back on their original acetate until you want to use them again. There isn't an adhesive on them, it's just the rubber clings to the acetate. HTH!
Awesome...Thanks so much. I have these stamps but wasn't sure how to use them
I have been wanting a reason to buy some of those!! Thanks you are awesome! I love those dragees too! Wish we could buy them in Cali.
I found these stamps at walmart tonight
I found them at Target! They have some at Michael's too, different brand though!
I just ordered some of the ABC ones on Ebay!! 5.92 inc shipping!! I have to go look for the scroll-y ones! Thanks again!