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post #31 of 203
Where does one buy acetate film? Thanks!!
post #32 of 203
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You can purchase it at countrykitchensa.com
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post #33 of 203
Sarsi-I thought it sounded like something you would buy at a hardware store.
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post #34 of 203
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No. As far as I know, it is not sold at hardware stores...at least not around here... It is quite cheap at [url]countrykitchensa.com[/url] Its about $3 for 5 sheets I believe.
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post #35 of 203
thank you so much for sharing!!! Can't wait to try!! You make it look and sound so easy!! Never works out that way for me!!
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post #36 of 203
Thank you Sarsi. I am a visual learner so I love when people care enough to take the time for picture tutorials. I made one the other night but after seeing this I can see what I did wrong! For example taping the wrong side and getting the crack, duh never realized my mistake until now. Thanks again.
post #37 of 203
What a great job!!!
post #38 of 203
Sarsi-Can you reuse the Acetate?
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post #39 of 203
Yes you can reuse it ! Just wipe it clean and your good to go !
post #40 of 203
Thanks Fiddlesticks
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post #41 of 203
Your Welcome ! I know Sarsi uses hers over and over.
post #42 of 203
I still wonder if I can find that some where other than country kitchen.
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post #43 of 203
Sarsi,
I used your instructions to wrap a 10" cake for Halloween. I practiced on an 8" and it was so easy I thought I would be successful at the larger cake. I prepared the cake with a layer of bc and when I had the chocolate prepared, I used a fondant smoother to help press it up against the sides. It worked so well it was really exciting. The only hitch was that I had to piece the base because I needed it to be like 32 " (I used an old Wilton rolling mat...the kind that is just laminated paper..such a disappointment...but another topic) and where I butted the ends together and taped with clear package tape, it kind of came to a slight point. On the cake, I had made choc. transfer ghosts so I just stuck a ghost there to hide it. Thanks again for the step-by-step pictures and instructions. They were a big help.
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post #44 of 203
Hi there,
I'm wondering where I can purchase acetate paper? I'm from a very small town (5,000 ppl) and don't have any cake supply stores near by. Can this be purchased at a hardware store or grocery store?

thanks,

Yvonne
post #45 of 203
countrykitchensa.com Carries it. I have never seen it anywhere but a cake supply store.
Im sure other cake supply stores have it also but I ordered mine from this site!
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