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post #16 of 22
No it hasn't changed.
Suzyqqq27-if you could just edit the face on the cake and repost the pic, that way we can still see the cake, but not the person's face on the cake. This is done to protect the person's privacy.
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post #17 of 22
Is the creamer in the icing enough to have to keep it refrigerated? I am going to make my own wedding cake and its going to be seashells and coral -- I think a beige frosting would be nice on that - but it will be hot outside.
post #18 of 22
Since I was just reading previous posts earlier this morning and learned that people's faces are no-no's in photos, and found it more or less accidentally, maybe it should be pointed out somehow on a regular basis (I've not been on CC quite a month).

There is so much to read here, so much to learn, sometimes we don't get to go and read everything that is pertinent information! Janice
post #19 of 22
sunlover00--
just be sure it's non-dairy creamer and it won't have to be refrigerated. I think most of the coffeemate and such are non-dairy.
good luck doing your own wedding cake--that's a big job for a busy day!
post #20 of 22
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Originally Posted by veejaytx

Since I was just reading previous posts earlier this morning and learned that people's faces are no-no's in photos, and found it more or less accidentally, maybe it should be pointed out somehow on a regular basis (I've not been on CC quite a month).

There is so much to read here, so much to learn, sometimes we don't get to go and read everything that is pertinent information! Janice


In the How Do I? forum where I have the instructions for posting attachments in your thread I have edited the instructions stating that you cannot do pics with peoples faces and that they need to be edited. I also included an example of what an edited photo should look like.
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post #21 of 22
That's good Mouse, that should help to have the information more visible. Sometimes it just takes us a while to figure out all the do's and don'ts and the when's and where's. Janice
post #22 of 22
Thread Starter 
I didn't realize posting pics with people's faces was a no-no.

I've removed the picture.

Sorry about that...I'm really not a "rule breaker".

Suzanne M.
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