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post #31 of 75
Some of the best things to have on in the background to help slip in to a nap: golf, football, and cake tutorials. Some of the voices are quite sleep inducing.
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post #32 of 75
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Originally Posted by AZCouture View Post

 Some of the voices are quite sleep inducing.

 

No offense, but are we allowed to say things like this? It might hurt someone's feelings, and then we all know what happens. (At this point I must apologize. I am so sorry, but I'm unable to find an appropriate smiley face to place after the question mark. Please forgive me.) 

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post #33 of 75

Don't use an exacto knife on the mat you have, it is for rolling out large sheets of fondant to cover a cake.  Buy yourself some inexpensive silicone kitchen cutting boards.  They are flexible and cheap, I bought a pack of 4 for under $10 from the kitchenware section of a local department store, keep your good fondant mat for rolling and use the cheap mats for jobs like you did on your youtube vid. I think I get what you are trying to do, that is show people they don't need cutters and things that cake decorators use to decorate cupcakes.  Another tip, don't keep flipping your fondant over and patting it, the large finger marks in it are not good.

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Originally Posted by AZCouture View Post

 Some of the voices are quite sleep inducing.

 

No offense, but are we allowed to say things like this? It might hurt someone's feelings, and then we all know what happens. (At this point I must apologize. I am so sorry, but I'm unable to find an appropriate smiley face to place after the question mark. Please forgive me.) 

 

 

mimi, are you being facetious?

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post #35 of 75
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Don't use an exacto knife on the mat you have, it is for rolling out large sheets of fondant to cover a cake.  Buy yourself some inexpensive silicone kitchen cutting boards.  They are flexible and cheap, I bought a pack of 4 for under $10 from the kitchenware section of a local department store, keep your good fondant mat for rolling and use the cheap mats for jobs like you did on your youtube vid. I think I get what you are trying to do, that is show people they don't need cutters and things that cake decorators use to decorate cupcakes.  Another tip, don't keep flipping your fondant over and patting it, the large finger marks in it are not good.

Thanks for the tips!!

post #36 of 75
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No offense, but are we allowed to say things like this? It might hurt someone's feelings, and then we all know what happens. (At this point I must apologize. I am so sorry, but I'm unable to find an appropriate smiley face to place after the question mark. Please forgive me.) 
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post #37 of 75
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mimi, are you being facetious?

No.

 

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icon_wink.gif That one?

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post #38 of 75
Kara Buntin's latest blog post is fabulous.
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Link, please.

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post #40 of 75
Oh I knew someone would ask!

It's something like A Cake to Remember blabla something something.
post #41 of 75

There. Their. They're not the same.

 

I hope I die before "your" becomes the official contraction of "you are."

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There. Their. They're not the same.

 

I hope I die before "your" becomes the official contraction of "you are."

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post #42 of 75
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she put the voting buttons that's still no reason to offer up negativity, either you like it or you don't. Plain and simple.

 

But if all people did was vote, she wouldn't learn anything. The OP herself said "some people write "oh that´s a bad video" but they don´t tell me what I can do better" so she did want feedback. She just mistook honesty for "meanness."

There. Their. They're not the same.

 

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post #43 of 75

Isn't all of this just a result of home computer internet access?  Prior to that someone had to personally show you in their kitchen.  You had to attend a classroom demonstration or buy a book.  First Video cassette tapes arrived, then DVD's, now free flowing unlimited inexpensive internet.

 

Shanter's got a good point.  People here often mistake honesty for "meanness."  When they ask for 'feedback' they really mean "Give me Flattery."

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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post #44 of 75
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Kara Buntin's latest blog post is fabulous.

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post #45 of 75
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she put the voting buttons that's still no reason to offer up negativity, either you like it or you don't. Plain and simple.

 

But if all people did was vote, she wouldn't learn anything. The OP herself said "some people write "oh that´s a bad video" but they don´t tell me what I can do better" so she did want feedback. She just mistook honesty for "meanness."


Don't they all?

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