hra0907 Posted 13 Jan 2013 , 2:20pm
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Well, I hope you all have had better luck with your machine than I have.  I was very disappointed, that my children spent their money.  I have not had any success with mine.  I have tried several different store bought fondant as well as making my own with no success.  Thanks for the info on using it for paper.  It certainly will save on buying wrappers.

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-K8memphis Posted 13 Jan 2013 , 2:34pm
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i'm sorry it's not working for you--i'm sure you can get this going though

 

i don't have one-- i don't propose to know a thing about them

 

i'm sure some of us can trouble shoot and talk you through this though

 

i also have a question are there any copyright issues using these?

 

copyright issues to use say a damask design they have on a cartridge

 

always wondered

 

thanks

bonniekaye Posted 13 Jan 2013 , 7:34pm
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THIS ISSUE HAS BEEN DISCUSSED ON THIS FORUM, SO YOU MAY WANT TO DO SOME RESEARCH INTO PAST POSTS. I STARTED WITH THE CRICUT, BUT USE THE SILHOUETTE NOW. YOU MAY WANT TO FIND LINDA MCCLURES BLOG OR WEB SITE (WWW.CREATIVEDESIGNSFORCAKES.BLOGSPOT.COM) FOR MORE HELP. SHE INVENTED THIS TECHNIQUE. HER RECIPE FOR GUM PASTE IS THE ONLY ONE THAT REALLY WORKED.

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