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My birthday was this past weekend and I got some money, I was thinking about getting some new cake toys! I was thinking about sugarveil and some new molds from First Impressions. Any other ideas? I don't have an airbrush machine, but I honestly don't see myself using it very often. Oh - and my husband got me the pasta sheet attachment for my KA!!! :D

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I enjoy the sugar clay gun and finally invested in the Agbay leveler.  I didn't have success with sugarveil though the DVD made it look so easy.  I also like to invest in DVDs to learn new techniques and now Cake Central is offering the Craftsy classes.  I enrolled in one but don't have a laptop computer so it's not as convenient for me to use as the DVDs that I can pop into  a player right in front of me and watch and do and rewind as many times as needed.

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I really want a kopykake projector my anniversary is around the corner....hubby will hav a hole in his pocket this time lol
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Ps happy birthday xxx
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I didn't think I would use an airbrush machine often either but then I was gifted one and I use it so often!
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 "...... Oh - and my husband got me the pasta sheet attachment for my KA!!! :D

annakat444: for that you must call him your Dear husband.  How do you like it??

 

I have a small First Impression mold. It works well and is softer and more flexible than other molds. so it's easy to pop your decoration out.

Of course we all have our limits, but how can you possibly find your boundaries unless you explore as far and as wide as you possibly can? I would rather fail in an attempt at something new and uncharted than safely succeed in a repeat of something
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Of course we all have our limits, but how can you possibly find your boundaries unless you explore as far and as wide as you possibly can? I would rather fail in an attempt at something new and uncharted than safely succeed in a repeat of something
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I know you posted this awhile ago but i tried the Sugarvail with thier mats for the frist time, awhile back i did some reserch before i used them , they all had trouble with sticking and being uneven .So i used petal paste it's like shorting it worked wonderful and i tried a vegtable spray and then used a soft texured pastery brush to get in all of the textures, it went wonderful ! just dont forget to use brush helps take off to much of the petal paste or vegtable spray!

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