Cricut Question

Decorating By lilscakes Updated 7 Jan 2010 , 2:31am by tiggy2

lilscakes Posted 7 Jan 2010 , 12:24am
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Fellow CCer's.....I've read about some of you using the Cricut for cakes. DH has just advised me he wants to buy me one for my upcoming BD....yippee.....only problem is I don't know what "medium" I would use it with for cakes. Any helpful hints or pointers you can share would be most appreciated. Plans on purchasing same tomorrow so would like a bit of information so I know it's a worthwhile purchase that I'll be able to use before spending that kind of $$. Thanks so much in advance. Look forward your replies. icon_smile.gif

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brooklyncaillouet Posted 7 Jan 2010 , 12:52am
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Originally Posted by lilscakes

Fellow CCer's.....I've read about some of you using the Cricut for cakes. DH has just advised me he wants to buy me one for my upcoming BD....yippee.....only problem is I don't know what "medium" I would use it with for cakes. Any helpful hints or pointers you can share would be most appreciated. Plans on purchasing same tomorrow so would like a bit of information so I know it's a worthwhile purchase that I'll be able to use before spending that kind of $$. Thanks so much in advance. Look forward your replies. icon_smile.gif




Linda McClure developed the method for using the cricut for cake decorating. She had a DVD which goes into detail how to do this. More details at creativedesignscakes . com
I use it everyday and her DVD taught me exactly what to do.

brooklyncaillouet Posted 7 Jan 2010 , 2:17am
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Originally Posted by lilscakes

Fellow CCer's.....I've read about some of you using the Cricut for cakes. DH has just advised me he wants to buy me one for my upcoming BD....yippee.....only problem is I don't know what "medium" I would use it with for cakes. Any helpful hints or pointers you can share would be most appreciated. Plans on purchasing same tomorrow so would like a bit of information so I know it's a worthwhile purchase that I'll be able to use before spending that kind of $$. Thanks so much in advance. Look forward your replies. icon_smile.gif



Linda McClure developed the method for using the cricut for cake decorating. She had a DVD which goes into detail how to do this. More details at . com
I use it everyday and her DVD taught me exactly what to do.




try www . d e s e r e t d e s i g n s . c o m

tiggy2 Posted 7 Jan 2010 , 2:31am
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I just got my cricut today and also got Linda McClure's DVDs. I haven't had a chance to play with the cricut yet but the DVDs are awesome. I plan on using gumpaste or fondant with tylose added.

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