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Cake Treasures Collection Volume 1 – Simple Designs Using Cricut Cake

Cake Treasures Collection Volume 1 - Simple Designs Using Cricut Cake

  • Learn how to make your own gum paste that works best with the Cricut Cake machine, secrets for preparing the cutting mat and cutting out the design and how to assemble the cut designs to create the beautiful layering effect
  • Easy white chocolate curls
  • Grooms croquembouche
  • Recipes
Drawn together by friendship and their passion for baking, these well known sugar artists have joined efforts to create a series of educational DVDs "Cake Treasures." These three popular and nationally known cake decorators have been featured in numerous magazines and are winners of TLCs Ultimate Cake Off. Their knowledge, skills and love for the art, along with unyielding attentional to details combine to make this a DVD you will find informative as well as entertaining.


Cricut Explore AirTM Die-cutting Machine with Card Designs and Sticker Paper

Cricut Explore Airâ„¢ Die-cutting Machine with Card Designs and Sticker Paper

  • Blends an electronic cutting machine with Cricut Design Space Embedded Bluetooth for wireless cutting Compatible with your own Cricut cartridges (sold separately) Cuts paper, vinyl, cardstock, fabric, poster board, acetate and more Cut and write in one step
  • Easy to use Just plug your Explore in, connect it to your computer via USB or Bluetooth and go to the Cricut website
  • Precision cutting Cuts basic shapes as small as a 1/4" and up to 1/2" less than the size of your cutting mat
  • Smart Set dial Provides the perfect cut on nearly any material without the need for complicated materials settings Easily create custom settings for different materials
  • Value-Added Accessories Cricut Classically Modern Cards Digital Image Set (electronic content) Cricut Simple Pop-up Cards Digital Image Set (electronic content) (12) 8" x 11-1/2" sheets of Cricut Printable Sticker Paper
Your ideas are a breath of fresh air. Turning them into amazing works of art is a breeze with this electronic cutting machine. Design your own images or access thousands from Cricut's Design Space to make everything from home decor to scrapbook layouts to party favors. Embedded Bluetooth lets you connect your computer to the Cricut wirelessly, because inspiration can strike anywhere. Creativity is in the Air. What You Get Cricut Explore Air die-cutting machine with embedded Bluetooth Blade (pre-


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What is the best craft cutting machine?

Question by Jocko: What is the best craft cutting machine?
So I am an AVID cheer bow maker. I sell glamorous cheer bows on etsy. My shop is bowstoyourtoes. I need a cutter to cut out words and logos to put on the bows. I recently have purchased the Cricut mini (as I did not need a big machine for my project). Well it sucked, the Mat wouldn’t stay sticky and you have to buy cartridges. I would like a die cutter that cuts vinyl, fabric, and cardstock. That does not need cartridges. That can cut images off a computer or scan them. Something that I could possible design the cut?

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Cricut Expression 2 Help!?

Question by avscrisostomo: Cricut Expression 2 Help!?
I recently received a Cricut Expression 2 (CE2). I have been looking for answers to my questions on other websites but am having a little bit of difficulty. Hopefully I chose the right topic and someone here can help me with these. =) Thanks in advance!

1. Do all cartridges work with the CE2, or do I have to look for cartridges specifically made to work with my machine?
2. If I download digital designs from the website, can I download them from my computer into my CE2 or do I have to download them directly to my machine?
3. My CE2 picked up that we have a WiFi signal in our home but said I need to purchase an additional adapter to have it access WiFi (I’m assuming this is where we would download the digital designs). I haven’t seemed to be able to find this device on the Cricut website. Am I mistaken?

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