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post #16 of 24
Not particularly, I've been researching for an hour now, and I still don't know if there's anywhere you can just buy the blade and not the whole kit. Not that I'm not thrilled she came out with the produce and what not, but for a dvd (which apparently has the same info as what she has released on youtube), an instruction booket, and blade the price seems very high.
post #17 of 24
Contact Linda and ask her if you can just buy the blade?? doesn't hurt to ask.
post #18 of 24
The dvd contains much more then the youtube video as does the instruction book.
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post #19 of 24
The blade that comes with the silhouette will cut the premium icing sheets without any problem. If you are planning on cutting gumpaste, I would recommend Lindas blade.

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post #20 of 24
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by SammieB

My hubby just bought me a Cameo for my Mother's Day present, how awesome is he?



SammieB... lucky you!!!
I should have 'hinted' to my hubby that a Cameo would be a nice present icon_lol.gif
Wondering if you roll out gumpaste really thin and put it in the freezer for a minute, you might be able to use the regular blade that comes with the Cameo. I have read somewhere that it was possible.
If you do try it and it works will you please let us know. Also please feel free to share yr experience witht the Cameo, would love to hear if it is somethin you would recommend.

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post #21 of 24
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by SammieB

My hubby just bought me a Cameo for my Mother's Day present, how awesome is he?



SammieB... lucky you!!!
I should have 'hinted' to my hubby that a Cameo would be a nice present icon_lol.gif
Wondering if you roll out gumpaste really thin and put it in the freezer for a minute, you might be able to use the regular blade that comes with the Cameo. I have read somewhere that it was possible.
If you do try it and it works will you please let us know. Also please feel free to share yr experience witht the Cameo, would love to hear if it is somethin you would recommend.

Thanks! thumbs_up.gif
post #22 of 24
Thread Starter 
SammieB... lucky you!!!
I should have 'hinted' to my hubby that a Cameo would be a nice present icon_lol.gif
Wondering if you roll out gumpaste really thin and put it in the freezer for a minute, you might be able to use the regular blade that comes with the Cameo. I have read somewhere that it was possible.
If you do try it and it works will you please let us know. Also please feel free to share yr experience witht the Cameo, would love to hear if it is somethin you would recommend.

Thanks! thumbs_up.gif
post #23 of 24
Thread Starter 
SammieB... lucky you!!!
I should have 'hinted' to my hubby that a Cameo would be a nice present icon_lol.gif
Wondering if you roll out gumpaste really thin and put it in the freezer for a minute, you might be able to use the regular blade that comes with the Cameo. I have read somewhere that it was possible.
If you do try it and it works will you please let us know. Also please feel free to share yr experience witht the Cameo, would love to hear if it is somethin you would recommend.

Thanks! thumbs_up.gif
post #24 of 24
Did anyone try to roll the gumpaste very thin, freeze and cut with the regular blade? I have Linda's page open, and have clicked the Paypal for it, but I can't go through with it! icon_cry.gificon_cry.gificon_cry.gif TOO MUCH $$$

If I were to try it, would I try it with the blade on 10? I read somewhere, maybe the MTC forums, that the 5-10 settings were basically just for show, and that they damage the blade
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