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post #76 of 101
this thread was months ago. i just wanted to check if she ever did post a tut about it.
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post #77 of 101
I guess she didnt...icon_sad.gif
post #78 of 101
Oh yes please! You are soooooooooo kind.

Looking forward to seeing it.

Good Luck!
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post #79 of 101
Was there a link posted or a tutorial posted already? I would love to learn too!

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post #80 of 101
I would love a tutorial too.
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post #81 of 101
I would like to see this but don't know where to look for it??
post #82 of 101
I would love to learn how to do chocolate transfers. Please let me know when you do your tutorial. Thank you! jcpinto@ptd.net
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post #83 of 101
Yes Yes, I really would like one.
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post #84 of 101
guys if you read the whole thread you'll see that she never did post it. here's hoping she does icon_wink.gif
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Can I Put Ketchup on It?
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post #85 of 101
I have a cake at the end of the month and I am going to make a chocolate transfer for the first time. I would love to see a tutorial before I try to make it up myself! icon_razz.gif Thanks!!
post #86 of 101
Just saw this thread. I have a tutorial here:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/kavingate/sets/72157600064171751/

I hope this helps!

Feel free to PM me, if I can answer any questions...
post #87 of 101
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post #88 of 101
Thanks so much Kavingate and Mindywith3boys. These are great!! Gotta go try one. Love the Tiger. icon_biggrin.gif
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post #89 of 101
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Originally Posted by bonjovibabe

I get so many PMs asking me how I do mine, and I don't think there is a turorial on this site for them. So, I have one to do tomorrow that I am happy to do a tutorial for, if there is enough interest. One more question - How do I post a tutorial if people do want one?! icon_lol.gificon_rolleyes.gif



Count me in , Thanks for asking
post #90 of 101
YES
Count me in!!
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