Normita Posted 24 Mar 2012 , 8:47pm
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I'm looking into buying a cricut cake. But was wondering if there's a big difference besides size in the cricut mini cake and the regular size cricut cake?

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ibmoser Posted 24 Mar 2012 , 9:25pm
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By size, do you mean the size of the material it will cut? The regular Cake will cut material 12" wide while the mini's cutting mat is 6" wide. I use my KA pasta roller to prepare gumpaste for the cutting mat, and it will only roll a strip about 5 1/2" wide, so my mini serves as well as my regular Cake in that dimension. I can load two strips on the bigger mat and do have the option of hand-rolling a wider piece if I need to. Most cake tiers are about 4" tall, so most cake work can be done with the mini if you're decorating the sides.

Normita Posted 25 Mar 2012 , 3:13am
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Thanks Ibmoser. I'm sure I'll be fine with the mini...just wanted to get others input on it icon_smile.gif

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