Cake Decorating Community - Cakes We Bake

On Monday, October 10th, Linda McClure will be doing a live demonstration at 8 pm EST showing you how to print and cut both gum paste and icing sheets with an electronic cutter. 


Ask your questions here by Friday, October 7th. Linda will be drawing from the names of participating members to give away the following items:


  • an Agbay Junior leveler
  • Icing Images icing sheets
  • a complete set of a class they did - includes a Cricut Create
  • Acer netbook computer with a version of Make the Cut that works with the Cricut
  • a complete class on DVD
  • large bottles of Americolor gel colors

Don't miss this great event!

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I have a Cricut Cake that I use with the Sure Cuts-a-Lot software. Usually I don't have many problems other than consistency from batch to batch. Do you recommend freezing or chilling the gumpaste between rolling out and cutting? What brands of gumpaste and fondant do you find work best and in what ratio?

Also, I do lots of fondant/gumpaste cutouts as cupcake toppers. Do you know of a product that stays firm on top of buttercream or cream cheese frosting?

Thank you. I am very much looking forward to your demo.

I'm curious if you have ever tried to cut candy clay?  Have you had success??

Thank You!

Thanks so much for showing us all your tips!
One question though... can I use "print and cut" on my cricut or is it just for the silhouette?


Where would I purchase a edible photocopier, that works well, and not that expensive, where do you buy ink for these copiers, plus the rice paper??? I used to buy these photo edible images at my local grocery store, but the price has almost doubled :(   Thanks, Odette

I'm not able to watch the demo's on Ustream, I get a message that they are not available? Is this true or do I need a password to view them?

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