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post #46 of 101
yes, please.
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post #47 of 101
YES!!!! Please!!!!
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post #48 of 101
Yes! Please!

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post #49 of 101
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post #50 of 101
That would be great.

You can put it together and submit to cake central then it can be put under articles for future reference

or/and

you can also post a new topic and put pictures and instructions their until cake central put it on the board.

thank you for taking the time to help others learn the technique.
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post #51 of 101
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Originally Posted by pinkbox

Uphipster turned me in the right direction. There is a tutorial on the web for chocolate transfers. Maybe you can offer a "better" way? Or a different approach? Couldnt hurt to have a tutorial on CC. Im for it!

Here is the link she showed me. http://www.cakecentral.com/cak.....andy+melts , this link has the link to the site below.

http://www.geocities.com/heath.....9787013625



Neither one of these links worked for me, any help? icon_cry.gif
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post #52 of 101
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post #53 of 101
I would LOVE to see your tutorial.
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post #54 of 101
Would love to try the transfer, did one that didn't come out well on my own. Tutorial would be great.
post #55 of 101
I would love it!!!! I'm going to try to do one tonight for my daughter's birthday this weekend!!! Thanks!!
post #56 of 101
yes...yes..yes Please...
post #57 of 101
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Originally Posted by krazykat_14

Actually, there's one at Country Kitchen, but it doesn't show the transfer sheets (size, shape, whatever) but it does show how to make some neat stuff...

http://www.countrykitchensa.com/videos/transfer_sheet_truffle_sandwiches.aspx



I'n talking about a different kind of transfer, the kind I put on my cakes & cupcake cakes. Cool link though!

Thank you for your interest everyone. I will try do document it throughly tonight. I did pm Jackie yesterday, but haven't heard back from her, so I don't know how long it will take to put together and be published on the forums - sorry!
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post #58 of 101
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post #59 of 101
Count me in! I would LOVE to see your tutorial.
post #60 of 101
I would love one also. I'm going to try my first attempt in November and would love some help first. Thanks.
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