Sry, I Have Another Cricut Question

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bluedaisies Posted 15 Mar 2012 , 8:07pm
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I'm a little confused...
I'm trying to find a Cricut cartridge that has a shield shape. I came across this.. and I guess I don't get it. The shield shape has a 7 in it. Can I cut JUST a SOLID shield shape? I don't have a Cricut yet, maybe that's why I'm so lost.

Just for an explanation, I need a solid shield shape so that I can decorate it with royal icing and use as a cupcake topper.


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sweetmelodee Posted 15 Mar 2012 , 8:19pm
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You should be able to cut just the solid shield it will be considered like a back ground shape on the cricut. You just have to type it right in the cricut
Good luck!

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labmom Posted 16 Mar 2012 , 2:37am
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The cricut website has a new thing you plug your computer into your cricut and you can download right to the cricut what you found on there website. My neighbor is really into all cricuts and said it is a good way to find what you need and download it and cut it
I plan to play with it when I have time. (the cricut website works on every cricut.)
Just need a printer cable.. to connect from the computer to the cricut (same cord)
I found one at a big lots store and its 10 ft. which is great to keep the laptop away from the food stuff...
good luck ... hope things work out for you.

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CasperCakeCreations Posted 7 Nov 2012 , 4:30am
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Is there a cost involved with using the computer and cricket together?

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