Cricut Cake $59.99 At!

Decorating By mvucic Updated 15 Dec 2011 , 5:53pm by Jeannem

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usmdesigner Posted 12 Dec 2011 , 6:53pm
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Someone posted something similar to this a couple of weeks ago, and there was a question of if the site is legit or not.

Can anyone confirm this at a legit purchase?

swishykitty Posted 12 Dec 2011 , 7:00pm
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This is on the real site. Qualifies for free shipping, going to go for it too!

swtness Posted 12 Dec 2011 , 7:23pm
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Sooo excited! The minute I got the e-mail I fowarded it to my mom, and told her that it was the only thing I wanted for Christmas. Now I have to stay on the "nice list" to make sure I get it icon_biggrin.gif Happy Holidays everyone!

sugarlover Posted 12 Dec 2011 , 7:24pm
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I just went on their website. It's sold out.

Rosie2 Posted 12 Dec 2011 , 7:44pm
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Yeah, it says 'sold out' --- does any of you know if the regular Cricut can be used for both gumpaste and regular paper??

cocoa2 Posted 12 Dec 2011 , 7:50pm
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the Cricut Cake at costco is on back order if you add it to your shopping cart and check out it will be ship to you when the next order comes in on 12/16/2011....they want charge you for it until its shipped...

cindy458 Posted 12 Dec 2011 , 8:11pm
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just went to and down at the bottom of the page it says no additional items will be available. icon_cry.gif really want one of these.

Goreti Posted 12 Dec 2011 , 8:36pm
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I bought mine last month from Since I noticed the posts about people issuing using their credit information on that site, I used my Discover card which allows me to use a virtual number which can only be used once. Some other cards allow for the same thing. I got my cricut in a matter of days. It even included a seasonal cartridge. Haven't had the opportunity to try it out yet.

dstippy Posted 12 Dec 2011 , 8:57pm
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Just ordered it. They are currently out of stock, but will ship when in stock December 16. Just add to your basket and continue to check out.

icingimages Posted 12 Dec 2011 , 9:18pm
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Just something to keep in mind when buying an electronic cutter: The cricut is low in price to purchase, but in order to cut, you will need to purchase cartridges which can add up. Electronic Cutters such as the Silhouette allow you to use your computer and software to print just about anything without any extra cost. WHile the Silhouette is more expensive to start with, over time, if you really plan to take advantage of the electronic cutting, you may want to reconsider. IN addition, again, if you really want to use the electronic cutter a lot, the blades that come with the machines you purchase off the shelf are not designed for edibles. What that means is over time the blade will dull, similar to a knife would. The silhouettes blade removes and it can be replaced with a food grade industrial blade that can be purchased from Linda McClure. But it really all depends on how much you expect to use it. Just about every electronic cutter is a great addition to cake decorating so you cant go wrong, but it is important to consider the long term!

Jeannem Posted 15 Dec 2011 , 5:53pm
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I ordered this a few minutes ago--it has already gone to fulfillment, so they must have it in stock.
I've been wanting this for awhile, and just couldn't pay the huge price. Hopefully I'll like it...

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