Thursday, July 29, 2010

Cricut Cake

I have gotten a lot of people stopping by to look at the information we posted about the Cricut Cake Machine, and many people are leaving so many comments I wanted to do another blog on the topic. 
I have not used the Cricut Cake, but I will try to answer some of the questions I have seen out there.

Use sheets of fondant or gumpaste that are about 1/8" thick.

Yes, you can use the Cricut Cake for cutting paper also.  Think of it like when people would use a pasta machine for pressing out their polymar clay.   I would recommend washing between switching from paper to food. 

Yes, the machines cost a lot of money, but if you have a friend or sibling that is also interested in getting one the you could share the cost.

2 comments:

  1. I must say that I LOVE my Cricut Cake! I ordered it from HSN that day it came out so I have learned quite a few things from using it. Feel free to check out my blog for my helpful hints - they are all tagged with 'Cricut Cake'.

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  2. Jenniffer . . . I would love to have you as a "guest blogger" on Crafty Chics and share some of your designs here.

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