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post #76 of 128
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Oh no! How much is the martha stewart one????? Is it cheaper the same or more?? IM MAD! Why get rid of a machine that will sell and is great!!!
bakencake: You could return it but you don't have to. You can make the same designs. Just the other circuit is bigger. And the designs can be bigger. But if you make HUGE HUGE cakes like really big then get the new one!!
Hope this helps!
Also if anyone sees a really good deal on cake for cricut let me know!! Pleas just pm me. I really want to get it! I don't cake if its the mint one or big one.
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post #77 of 128
I just got a mini personal one on Thanksgiving night at Michales for 59.00.(paper cutter not cake) Today Amazon had the Martha Stewart cake one on their lightening deals for 199.00 with free shipping so I picked that one up as well. Needless to say I'll be doing lots of cutting in the new year. icon_smile.gif
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post #78 of 128
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WHY are they getting rid of the cake cricut? whats the problem???
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post #79 of 128
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Originally Posted by Savybee

WHY are they getting rid of the cake ? whats the problem???



They're not getting rid of it, but Martha Stewart has made some agreement with them to slap her name on it and raise the price. They're getting rid of the models that are out there because they don't have the "Martha" brand on it, and as a result are obviously not as good (I'm being very sarcastic there)
post #80 of 128
costumeczar is right...Martha now has the rights to the machine and will be selling it under her name. Not sure if it will be in any stores or not. All of her things will still fit the cricut cake apparently and vice versa. She has 3 cartridges out already and they run about $80. or so...none of these things are available in Canada yet I don't believe.
The machine is still made by the same company (Provo Craft).
As long as people can still get mats, blades etc. I don't see why anyone would be concerned with their purchase.
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post #81 of 128
How come only Michaels is clearing the cricut cake. AC Moore and other places are still selling it! I wonder if they will go on clearance everywhere eventually!
post #82 of 128
Taigen, thanks for the info... YOU ARE RIGHT! I found the link.... they are now going to be sold as Martha Stewarts machine (and cartridges) which means they will be expensive a ^&%$. And if you guys didn't know there is now a Faith based cartridge that was launched via WALMART.

http://www.craftcritique.com/2010/11/vendor-review-giveaway-martha-stewart.html
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post #83 of 128
Check out my blog today, there's one on sale and I linked to it
post #84 of 128
Amazon.com has both versions (red & Martha Stewart). Martha's was actually $40 cheaper ($229). Also, here is a link for anyone buying a new machine - you get an apron and 2 cartridges! icon_biggrin.gif

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post #85 of 128
I thought I missed out on the Black Friday deal at JoAnns,,, they told me the next morning (Saturday) that the Cricut Cake Mini was back up to regular price ($199).

I just happened to stop by JoAnn's yesterday and guess what.......The Cricut Cake Mini is $99 through December 24th. Guess who's on her way to JoAnn's in about an hour?!?!? Merry Christmas!

Also, all die cutting accessories were 40% off... so that should cover the mats and extra blades. Yeah !!
post #86 of 128
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I thought I missed out on the Black Friday deal at JoAnns,,, they told me the next morning (Saturday) that the Cake Mini was back up to regular price ($199).

I just happened to stop by JoAnn's yesterday and guess what.......The Cake Mini is $99 through December 24th. Guess who's on her way to JoAnn's in about an hour?!?!? Merry Christmas!

Also, all die cutting accessories were 40% off... so that should cover the mats and extra blades. Yeah !!



I went on JoAnns.com and I only saw the regular one. Can you only get it at the store??????? [/b]
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post #87 of 128
Just Called the closest JoAnn's. Apparently, the sale is December 2nd through December 4th instead of through December 24th. I'm over an hour away, so no Cricut Cake Mini for me!
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dessert1st wrote:
I thought I missed out on the Black Friday deal at JoAnns,,, they told me the next morning (Saturday) that the Cake Mini was back up to regular price ($199).

I just happened to stop by JoAnn's yesterday and guess what.......The Cake Mini is $99 through December 24th. Guess who's on her way to JoAnn's in about an hour?!?!? Merry Christmas!

Also, all die cutting accessories were 40% off... so that should cover the mats and extra blades. Yeah !!


I went on JoAnns.com and I only saw the regular one. Can you only get it at the store??????? [/b]



YESSSS!! I just got back from Joanns and got my cake mini for $99. They dont advertise it because it's a leftover from blackfriday. if you have a minute i have a story.
*here is sotry*
I ordered a cake mini online from Joanns on black friday, a week later I got an email telling me it was out of stock. icon_cry.gif I went to store yesterday and they told me that they still had some.
*end of story*
Good luck!
post #89 of 128
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Originally Posted by Dani1081

Does anyone know if the machines intended for paper and scrapbooking can be used for fondant sheets? If they can, is there an advantage to getting the cake machine over the regular machine (which is always cheaper on sale)?



From what I have found out the Cricut mahines are the same. The Cricut Caks is FDA approved as everything in it is stainless steel and food safe. The Cricut Expression is not FDA approved. It is also necessary to use a DEEP housing blade.

If anyone has any tutorials on a demo using the Expression as a Cake or specifics on thickness of fondant, pressure of machine such that would be wondnerful to see on here !!
post #90 of 128
You use it the same way you use the cake cricut, with the same pressure and speed.
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