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My Cricut Success with Gumpaste

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Ok so I bought the cricut yesterday and used it with gumpaste today and it worked. I rolled the gumpaste to a 9 on my pasta machine. Now I wish I had more than one cartridge. Here's a picture of my testing today.
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post #2 of 226
Wait a minute, did I read your post right? You used gumpaste IN your Cricut? Or did you cut from paper and then use it as a template to hand cut?

I have a cricut and I've been thinking about cutting templates from paper.
Genius idea!

Oh, and BTW, check out hallmarkscrapbook.com for deals on cartridges. Or Michaels & Joanns has excellent deals on Black Friday....if you can wait that long! icon_lol.gif
post #3 of 226
Ooo What a great idea!
post #4 of 226
OK now I am excited cause I always wanted a cricut and now I can completely justify getting one to my DH...Woo Hoo!
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post #5 of 226
Did you let it dry out some before you cut? I would think if you let it dry too long it would crack and not enough it would tear, am I right? Also, what speed and blade depth did you use?
post #6 of 226
Makes me want to buy one. Then I would need a pasta roller too.
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post #7 of 226
omg my two addictions combined into one, scrapping and cake, i was going to get a cricut for christmas but if i learn this i may just have to get one before. check our ohmycrafts dot com for great deal on the cartidges. please let me know how to do this
post #8 of 226
wow are they expensive i was looking on e-bay and at the bottom it say's as seen on tv, it's cricut.com can you check this out and see if it's any gook thanks oh and what are the cartridges for it's called circut expressions
post #9 of 226
oh it called cricut expressions,
post #10 of 226
OMG I am so excited! I have been wanting so badly to try this, but have been too chicken to put anything into my Cricut! I am about to do it right now! I would love to know what blade depth, speed, and pressure you used. Also, Hobby Lobby has the cartridges on sale this week 2/$90.
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Blade depth 4....pressure 1...speed 4 as was posted in another thread icon_smile.gif

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post #12 of 226
Thanks! Sorry I missed that thread! I will go search for it!
post #13 of 226
michaels has a 50% off coupon this week
post #14 of 226
Hi all has anyone checked out that site for me to see if the cricut is the right kind and worth it,
post #15 of 226
I believe the Michael's coupon is not valid for Cricut products....Bummer...

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