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post #46 of 69
Cool!
post #47 of 69
I can't wait to give this a try!
post #48 of 69
love this idea...thanks
post #49 of 69
So excited- have a couple cakes this weekend I can try this out on! Thank you
post #50 of 69
Any chance someone has taken photographs of this process? I'd understand this better if I saw it..........

TIA
post #51 of 69
Your work is awesome, thanks for your tips. I want to be you when I grow up! PS. I'm ordering my sugarshack dvd this week.
post #52 of 69
awesome tip
post #53 of 69
Great Idea!! Cant wait to try it!!
post #54 of 69
I always wondered how to get such perfect font piping done...i tried everything and it was always shakey or even worse...crooked! I can't wait to try this technique. Thank you so much for sharing. This website rocks!!
post #55 of 69
Thank you so much for this! I have 2 cakes, sheet cakes, next week and I was dreading that I would have to write on them both. Now I can try this! icon_smile.gif
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post #56 of 69
i can get them onto my computer but i can't figure out how to access them while i am in WORD. any tips if you have the time?

thank you!
diane[/quote]

Diane, When pulling fonts off the web you need to watch where they get saved and then find your Fonts folder in your computer and move the new font file to your computer's Font folder.
Make sure you are closed out of any programs that you want to use the font in before you move the font and reopen when the font has been moved to the computer's font folder. Sometimes a restart of your computer is required also

Thank you,
BeckBack
post #57 of 69
Wow, thanks for sharing! I'm going to try this tomorrow!!
post #58 of 69
Great tip. I usually just don't write on my cakes because I always think it looks horrible. Definately going to try this.
post #59 of 69
Has anyone thought of how to do this technique on fondant?
post #60 of 69
This technique it's old and it's used on fondant a lot.

How to make a impression on fondant:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FqbDTaauGO0

Make sure to check out the other videos (Food Court) that feature her. She's the best.
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