Colored Icing Sheet For Electronic Cutters

Decorating By icingimages Updated 29 Sep 2011 , 2:50pm by bonniekaye

icingimages Posted 6 Sep 2011 , 4:37pm
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Icing Images now has colored icing sheets you can use with electronic cutters. They come in 13 magnificent colors. In addition, you will find that they offer the same flexibility as our well known Premium Icing Sheets.

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Baker623 Posted 6 Sep 2011 , 5:08pm
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How many come in a package and what is the cost?

icingimages Posted 6 Sep 2011 , 8:16pm
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24 per pack, we have several combinations available. You can view all of them on our website. They only run about $1.75 each in packets of 24.

Baker623 Posted 7 Sep 2011 , 8:09pm
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Seems kind of expensive and 24 in a package of one color is alot. How long do they last?

icingimages Posted 8 Sep 2011 , 10:41am
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OH, no, they are variety packs, I am sorry that I did not clarify that. We have a brights pack that has 4 of each the following bright colors: blue, purple, red, yellow red and pink. We have a pastel pack that has 6 of each sheet of the following pastel colors: pink, yellow, green and blue. We also have packs that have 24 chocolates, 24 blacks and 24 whites. But at $1.75 per sheet, they are the lowest price on the market especailly for their large size of 11.75 x 12". The chocolates and whites come in different sizes.

tiggy2 Posted 9 Sep 2011 , 10:55pm
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Sure beats of the price of Witon at $4.00 each.

cakeandpartygirl Posted 9 Sep 2011 , 11:34pm
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Originally Posted by tiggy2

Sure beats of the price of Witon at $4.00 each.

I second that! thumbs_up.gificon_biggrin.gificon_lol.gif

dannyp Posted 28 Sep 2011 , 1:06am
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May I asked what is the best way to use them with the critcut? Do I use shortening? Do I remove the plastic or leave it on for cutting? Many thanks!

Tug Posted 28 Sep 2011 , 1:22am
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Originally Posted by dannyp

May I asked what is the best way to use them with the critcut? Do I use shortening? Do I remove the plastic or leave it on for cutting? Many thanks!

I found this on the website:

Economically priced
Solid color all the way through, no white cut lines
Bends without cracking
Cut with backing left on for sanitary work
Cuts easily and cleanly, even with the most intricate designs
Paint, stamp, draw, punch, quill, etc.
Works with the following cutters models: Gazelle, Wishblade, Craft Robo, KnK, Cricut and the Silhouette are just a few

tiggy2 Posted 28 Sep 2011 , 2:19am
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I leave the backing on, trim a little of the frosting sheet off each side and tape the bcking to the cutting mat. Works perfectly every time.

icingimages Posted 28 Sep 2011 , 10:44am
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With the icing images premium designer sheets you would leave them on the backing and just put some crisco on the backing. The website that was addressed above is creative designs by Linda McClure. She is the pioneer in the electronic cutting world and recommends my brand. If you are in the Indianapolis area on Friday Linda, Chef Mike Terry and myself are presenting a class at Ivy Tech this weeken on icing Images and we are debuting a new electronic cutter by silhouette.

icingimages Posted 29 Sep 2011 , 2:31pm
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Check out us out at the Creative Cake Decorating Demonstration to learn some cutting edge tricks at the IVY TECH Auditorium in Indianapolis, IN on Friday 9/30 5:30 8:30 pm Featuring Linda McClure, Mike Terry and Debbie Coughlin.

bonniekaye Posted 29 Sep 2011 , 2:50pm
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If you go to you will find a great article for working with the icing sheets. I use the Icing Image brand and have found them to be the best!

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