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post #16 of 21
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Success I finally had no bulging under my fondant. I didn't have any tiles so I used a large Apple Laptop, and it worked. Thanks for the tips!
post #17 of 21
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Originally Posted by MebeforeCakes View Post

Thanks to everyone professional and non-professionals for your input. I think we have all been in the same boat where a question has come up and needed to be asked. What was the point of logging in to say a smart remark. You could have just ignored the question. Most of the time when a how to question is asked, people want to know the step you took to get to the point where you are at. I think it was very rude for a certain person to reply with a non helpful question. It kind of makes you not want to even ask something, because of something like that. Everyone else, again thanks.

What was the point of saying don't bite my head off??? 

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post #18 of 21

Again, really???

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Again, really???

AZCouture puts a lot of effort into this forum, helping many folks. She's earned the right to make a simple statement without people biting her head off.

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AZCouture puts a lot of effort into this forum, helping many folks. She's earned the right to make a simple statement without people biting her head off.

 

THIS!

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