I wrap my buttercream cakes with ribbon all the time. You need to "pre-grease" the entire ribbon with Crisco before wrapping. Keep in mind, this tends to darken the ribbon color, but you will not get any grease spots.
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I bought Make the Cut, used it for one month and now it no longer works. Last month, I bought Sure Cuts A Lot 2 (but this time I bought it on disk). My mistake on Make The Cut was buying it as an instant download instead of a disc. They've updated their software and it no longer cuts on CRICUT.With the disc, I will always have the exact software that runs on CRICUT. Once SCAL2 gets caught up in the Provocraft lawsuit, they too will have to change their software but the...
I'm leaning towards a 2 tier cake, one tier for each birthday recipient. My personal opinion would be to not do a red, white, and blue 4th of July theme. It just seems to detract away from their special day and seems to be a cake for the entire family. After all, I wouldn't make a Christmas themed cake for a birthday party on Christmas.