Friday, April 16, 2010

Episode 201 - Cricut Cakes with Robyn

Hello everyone!!!!




Today is my daughter's 10th birthday and in preparation I made her a homemade cake that took me just about all day yesterday!  I know I will get faster in time.  It sure was fun!!

Hope you enjoy!











169 comments:

  1. Very cool! Just another thing to add to my hobby list :). Good job Robin! Hope your daughter enjoys!

    -Stacy
    sjohnson@myimport.com

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  2. I love them. You did an awesome job. Kepp it up.

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  3. Wow!!!! So Beautiful and lov eyour colors for your cake you are awesome!!! way to go Robyn and Julie MPS You both rock!!!!

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  4. Beautiful! Love the colors!

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  5. Love them and the bright colors! Thanks for sharing! Something else I will add to the list of stuff I want! haha Thanks Robyn!!

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  6. Wow you did an amazing job girl.. bet your little sweetie loves these...
    TFS, Have a great day & weekend!

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  7. I think you did an awesome job on the cake. Hope you DD has a wonderful birthday and I see a Cricut Cake in my future.

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  8. Great job girls! Ooooo....a new toy to drool over! :)

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  9. That did look like fun, but i know it's a lot of work. Good job!

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  10. Super cool! I am home on rehab from surgery and spent the whole day watching the cricut cake on HSN the other day. I wish my kiddies were still little. Oh the goodies I would make for their parties.

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  11. You did a great job! That sure was a lot of work baking and all. Enjoy your day!

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  12. Wow, you did great! I'm sure you will get faster as you become familiar with the machine.

    Sharon

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  13. Love love love the pink one. Very nice job on both!

    Becky

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  14. awww Robyn...you did a great job. Those are really pretty.

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  15. Good Job Robin. I don't think mine would ever turn out that good.

    Marilyn C.

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  16. WOW yet another inspirational video.. Thanks for showing us how the new cake cricut works :) Adding it to the forever growing list!!!

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  17. Very cool! You did a good job! It looks like it could really be a lot of fun to do.

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  18. It's a lot of work, I'm glad you stuck with it :) It will get easier, nice job!

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  19. Great Job for your first try. But i can honestly say that this is something that I am not interested in. I am wanting the carts though!!!. I am however trying to talk my sister in law into it. She bakes & decorates cakes.
    TFS,
    Lori

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  20. Getting together with friends to do projects is the best!!! TFS

    Denise

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  21. You did a great job and I am sure as you go along you will get even better. Thank you for showing us.

    You girls looked like you were having a blast.

    I hope you DD enjoys her cake.

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  22. I think this is wonderful..I am sure your daughter will be thrilled you made for her. Nothing is better then that!

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  23. Great effort on the cakes. It really doesn't matter what they look like just so long as you try.

    Barb.

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  24. That was a great video!! Thanks for sharing!! You make everything look so easy!!

    Debbie Chapman
    HeartAMZ1@aol.com

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  25. Wow- you did a great job!! Can you eat all the pieces that are cut out on the cricut?

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  26. YOU & YOUR HELPERS ARE THE BOMB!!! The cakes came out PERFECT!!
    Big SWEET Hugs,
    Emma:)

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  27. These are great Robyn - your daughter will be thrilled!!!

    Deanne

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  28. Fantastic to watch, looks like you had fun.
    I don't think I will be purchasing one, but I would be interested in maybe hiring one for the 2 days a year I make a birthday cake.

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  29. Robyn, I ADORE that you made a cake for your daughter! My dad always made my birthday cakes, too, and even though they might not ever looked as nice as those bought from the store, it is one of my fondest memories of him. Your kids will thank you for this someday!! :)

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  30. Another great video Robyn.. your friends are cute... you look like you could be sisters! I am sooooo glad I'm not interested in baking cakes... I'd be fondant broke!

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  31. Those cakes were so adorable and how blessed your daughter is to have a mom who spent the whole day making her birthday special! My birthday is in July in case you were interested! hint hint!

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  32. Robyn, those cakes are gorgeous!! You are so talented.

    Leslie

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  33. Looks really yummy!

    Heh...how did you put the layers on the cake...mine always split whilst trying to stack them.

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  34. you did a wonderful job Robyn i wish i was closer to you as i would of loved to come help you do your cakes and to help with decorating and all the fun stuff as i went to school for this and i do it for fun as i have made wedding cakes for my family and friends my nieces and nephews all ask me to make there wedding cakes as it cheaper and more fun to watch someone make it for you to this would be a wonderful thing to get i wish i could have it now but i am moving from the USA to Australia very soon and my 7 yr old said I WANT THAT MOM so i can make cakes like you do thank you so much for sharing hugs Penny

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  35. Cool! It looks like fun. I need to get one of these so bad.

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  36. Happy birthday Robyn's daughter!
    10 years old! I loved being 10 years old. Enjoy yourself!
    Great job on the cakes Robyn ... they're beautiful!
    Lucy

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  37. I am sooo getting this machine I love baking this is going to be so much fun I have two boys so I will be going nuts creating hahahah great job on the cakes.

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  38. Wonderful cakes! I'm learning the basics with you too. Waiting impatiently for my Cricut Cake to arrive in mid May.

    TFS!

    Kitty

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  40. Wow...great job on your first cakes! They are both beautiful. Happy Birthday to your daughter!!!

    xoxo,
    Lori

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  41. Hi Robin,

    Happy birthday to your daughter! How much fun you were able to create these two cakes! They both look so good! I look forward to seeing more of your creative Cricut Cake designs and starting on my own as soon as they are released!

    Have a great weekend!

    Ken

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  42. WOW Robyn: TWO cakes!!! And that's just for starters!!! They came out so pretty! It is your masterpiece and you get to eat it! Isn't that wonderful. Better a real cake than a carstock one! Keep it up! :D Martha Caballero
    mcaballerobrito@hotmail.com

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  43. Great job Robin, Of couse I would love the pink one best because, like you, pink is my favorite color.Up until the last year I have always made both my boys birthday cakes.
    They are 39 and 34.

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  44. I ordered my Cricut cake from the HSN launch the other day. I am really enjoying watching you learn. I know watching you will put me way ahead of the learning curve when I get mine.

    As always, thank you so much for sharing with us.

    Cindy

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  45. Very nice job! It look like you had a lot of fun with your friends baking the cake, making the fondant and decorating the cake. Looking forward to seeing more of your videos.

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  46. Robyn- you are absolutely adorable! The cakes rock for being your first ones decorated with the cricut cake! I wanted to tell you I think you are an awesome mom for all the fun things you do for your kids!

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  47. Wowzers, that is a fantastic cake!

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  48. U r having so much. My favorite is the pink cake.

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  49. You did such a great job, Robyn. And your little helpers too! I just might have to invest in a Cricut Cake now.

    :)

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  50. Great job Robyn & Friends, I'm sure your daughter will love her birthday cake. I am amazed at how quickly you are learning to use it, you'll be a professional by next week lol.
    Kim xXx

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  51. Great cakes, i really like the Pink cake.

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  52. GREAT job on the cakes!! Looks like a lot of fun...may have to save up for the Cake!!

    Bridgette
    bbaudoin at lepa dot com

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  53. Well done! Looks like you and your friends had a lot of fun making those cakes. Bet it was even more fun eating them. Happy Birthday to your daughter!

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  54. Cute!...love the colors :)

    Hugs, Sheena

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  55. How much fun is this! The cakes turned out great~ Wish your daughter a super happy Birthday from your fans!

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  56. Holly Jackson4/16/2010 11:45 AM

    I love Elmo.....and would love to win this Cart!
    Thanks for your great info.
    I love the tip to number the booklets --it makes it so much easier to understand which key works for each shape.
    Holly-
    Makingjesusfamous@yahoo.com

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  57. Nice, probably won't try the cake machine. seems like alot of work but is your were into decorating cakes i can see. but my DD Sam says she wants to eat your pink cake. (may get the cake cart. just for scrappin though)

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  58. Great cakes love the colors, I would love to have the cricut cake machine but I do good to have time to use my regular cricut and gyspy.

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  59. Great job Robyn!!! Hope your daughter has an extra special birthday.
    Laura

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  60. Wow Robyn! You did a fantastic job! I'm sure your daughter will love it

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  61. Great job Robyn hope it goes as well for me as it did you. Mine will be here next friday. Good luck with yours. I know I am going to need it

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  62. Looks like you are having fun with your new toy!

    verna

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  63. Great job on the cake and the decorations.

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  64. Great job Robyn!! This is so cute and really good considering it's your first one!

    <3 Emily

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  65. nice job Robyn...I tried this with my baby cricut that I don't use anymore and decided I won't buy the machine it's way to much work, plus the family decided that they don't like the fondant.

    Did you use fondant for the flower or gum paste?

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  66. That was fun! I do decorate cakes as well as cards, this Cricut cake really has some neat possibilities!

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  67. cute and yummy cake. thanks

    chriswooten57
    mcwooten1999@carolina.rr.com
    http://turnedgypsy.blogspot.com

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  68. hi Robyn! Those cakes look great. Love the colors. HHHMMMI may just get into baking...:)

    Liz

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  69. The pink cake was probably my favorite they both looked beautiful though!!! Thanks for sharing!
    ~ Madeline

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  70. Great job on both cakes.

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  71. Good job Robyn. Would love to try this one day

    Angela(nana22o@aol.com)

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  72. Looks like you had lots of fun girls ! Loving your pinny Robyn ! Happy Birthday to your daughter ! Enjoy your week end.

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  73. You crack me up Robyn! I love watching your videos. You did a great job.. can't wait to see more as you refine your technique! Happy Birthday to your DD! Have a great weekend!
    Lori

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  74. Great job on the cakes! Looks like fun... Cannot wait to get mine. Thanks for sharing your video and Happy Birthday to your daughter!

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  75. Girl you are a crafting ninja! Just fearless! These cakes are great! Congrats on your daughter's birthday!

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  76. I think they turned out cute, And glad to see I am not the only one to use the dot method...lol I love to bake but cant decorate very well so I resort to the dot method alot...lol

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  77. So very cute!! That looks like tons of fun!. If you don't have a professional mixer, you might want to get one to mix the fondant, and it'll keep your pretty nails from getting stained :).

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  78. Impressive!!!!
    Great work esp for first attempt I bet your little girl was sooo thrilled. Looks like you girls had fun too. Tfs
    jeanette :D

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  79. Very impressive Robyn!

    Happy Birthday to your daughter....and have a great week-end.

    ♥Tracy

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  80. How neat, now your gonna be a baker on top of the many other things you are. Your awesome Robyn, big hugs!!!

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  81. That PINK one is AWESOME! Great job on both. It looked like a lot of hard work but I'm sure that your daughter LOVED them!

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  82. Wow! What a great job you did, Robyn! And how blessed you are to have all the wonderful tools AND great friends to craft and bake with!!! Thanks for sharing the experience! Looks like FUN!!

    Blessings and hugs!
    Linda

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  83. You did a very good job for your first cakes. I took the Wilton classes several years ago and let me tell you it took me a lot of time to do the cakes pipeing it all. I would bake the cake and base frost it on one evening and pipe all thew designs on the next evening. A secret I will tell you. Take your cake spatula and a glass of warm water and smooth out your base coat frosting. Dip in the water, tap off the esxcess and smooth around the sides first and finish with the top. It will smooth out slick as can be.

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  84. Can see you gals had a fun time making the cakes, they turned out beautifully, even your own fondant, I'm impressed. Happy Birthday to your daughter and have a wonderful party.

    Donna C.
    goCricutgo

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  85. Great cakes Robyn! You did a FAB job. I would love to have a Cricut Cake but alas I cannot afford one.
    lservies@aol.com

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  86. Wow fab cakes Robyn, hope youyr daughter enjoyed hers....belated birthday wishes too her.

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  87. That is so neat Robyn! All though the pink one came out a little better than the "blue" one.. your daughter will still love it because it came from mommy.. with love! (and I think you're supposed to refrigerate the iced cake for a bit before you fondant it. lol)

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  88. Kendra Green4/16/2010 6:25 PM

    Great Job!!! Now I am going to want a Cricut Cake for the 5 cakes a year that I make! LOL...

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  89. Great video Robyn!

    I just wanted to pass a little tip along for you since you are just starting in decorating: when you dip into a color to tint either frosting/fondant/gum paste, do not dip back into the color after it has touched product. By double dipping, you run the risk of contaminating your colors and they can spoil. It's best to use toothpicks to pick up globs of color from the bottle to the frosting because they can be used once and thrown away at very little cost to you.

    Happy Birthday to your Daughter and thank you again for sharing your passion and love for crafting. :)

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  90. gorgeous cakes... byw the cake boss calls icing the cake before the fondant "dirty icing" ...

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  91. Good Job, really love the pink and purple cake!

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  92. Now I am hungry for cake!

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  93. Just a little more practice and you'll be a professional cake decorator! Love them both they look yummy

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  94. Great job, was it a hit?

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  95. yea you did good for just learning....
    Happy Birthday to your princess!!!!!!!

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  96. Love it! You did good!! I have the same apron!

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  97. The cake turned out great. It really makes me want to do one! Thanks so much for the video:) I love your new blog site too.

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  98. Great job on your cakes. Hope your daughter enjoyed her cake.

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  99. Awesome cakes!!! Ya'll did a wonderful job!!!!!!! :)

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  100. thanks, Robyn. Mine just arrived today. Can't wait to try it out tomorrow! Thanks for the video, it really helps to know how to get started!

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  101. Oh how yummy they look. I think you did a fantastic job...again! I'm sure your daughter loved it and that you just made wonderful Mommy & Daughter memories together too that she will cherish forever! Hope she had a very Happy Birthday.

    Beth Anne in PA
    Woody42997@aol.com

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  102. Happy Birthday to your daughter! That is such an awsome cake for a beginner. Much more better then I probably could have done. Can't wait to see up coming videos on cakes.

    Take care Robyn

    Lacey

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  103. Next it will be Cakes by Rybon! LOL The kitchen isn't my favorite place. I know you make my cakes and I will do your laundry. I don't mind laundry. OK there are only two of us and we are old so I don't have much to do. I am sure if I had your families to do I wouldn't like it either.
    You did a wonderful job on your cakes. I love the peace sign.

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  104. just got my cricut cake today! cant wait to use it! thanks for the video you are so fun! :]

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  105. Oh, I may have to stop watching. I am gaining weight just watching. Wonderful job guys. Both cakes turned out great. Happy Birthday Madeline. Have a great weekend all. Lisa g

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  106. Great job Robyn. Happy Birthday to your daughter.

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  107. YUMMY Robyn! My Birthday is Sunday....Do you wanna make me 1 too? :) Nice work for a beginner cake decorator! Way better than me...thats for sure! :)
    (scrapper1969)

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  108. Robyn, you did a great job on your cakes. They came out so cute. If you're interested, you should try the beginning Wilton cake decorating class at Joanns. My daughter, who is also 10, took the class and I sat in with her, in case she needed help. We both learned so much. And for a 10 year old she is doing great at decorating cakes. Something to think about with the cricut cake.

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  109. Great job, your cakes turned out so cute.
    Angel hugs
    Debby

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  110. Your cakes look great.

    stacynekoba@hotmail.com

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  111. Your cakes look great.

    stacynekoba@hotmail.com

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  112. I really enjoyed watching this video!! Thanks for sharing your life with us!

    Java Jen
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    www.javajencreations.blogspot.com

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  113. Awesome Job!! You did a great Job. The cakes make me hungry. ;o)

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  114. Great job!! the cake looks so cool..Happy Birthday to your daughter....hope she has a great day!!!!

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  115. She will be the envy of all her friends! My oldest turns 10 in June, maybe I'll have a Cricut Cake by then too!

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  116. What a fun video! My cricut cake arrived today and can't wait to start playing with it...thanks for such a fun video!

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  117. Happy Birthday to your DD.....love your video....and another thing on my "just gotta have" list....thanks for sharing with us.....

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  118. Great try!You did fantastic for your first go! I love the pink one.

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  119. oops! i just left a beautiful comment about this video on the elmo posting! that means i may be eliminated for the giveaway as i already commented on that post previously, sorry!!! loved the video, by the way.

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  120. Congrats ladies on the lovely cakes! You did a wonderful job.
    Robyn, tell your daughter Happy Birthday! I'm sure she loved sharing her cake with all her friends. TFS

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  121. Happy birthday to your daughter! Thanks for the video - it's fun to see you put your Cricut knowledge to work making cakes. I think the Cricut Cake is making its way to my wish list. :0) Thanks for the fun!

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  122. I really enjoyed watching you work with the cricut cake. It is so nice to see that learning a new skill takes time. Your cakes turned out so wonderful and I know that over time they will be even more beautiful. I have learned so much from your videos and love your honesty about new products.

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  123. Great job!!! You are an awesome mom!

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  124. Happy 10th birthday to your daughter.

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  125. This is not a product I am interested in purchasing, but your video was really cute in featuring it. Happy birthday to your daughter! Thanks for sharing.

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  126. I like the extra wide video. It is so much easier to see. Keep it uP :) :)
    Mary

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  127. Nancy B...

    Wow Robyn you are very brave. I think you did a great job on the Birthday Cakes.

    They came out very pretty.

    Wishing your daughter a Happy Birthday.

    lv2dance92@optonline.net

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  128. How great is that??? Don't know that I would ever be brave enough to try it but you did a fantastic job! What great helpers you had too! Hope your daughter has a wonderful birthday!
    Judie
    judieshe@gmail.com

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  129. Hope you had as much fun eating the cake, as you did making it!!Lynn bunnies@rcn.com

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  130. Robyn,
    You did such a great job on the cakes!
    Happy Birthday to your daughter!
    You are a fantastic mother!

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  131. Great job. Loved the bright colors. Before you put your batter in the oven take your spatula and move the batter out of the center until it looks like a hole. Then stick you pan in the oven and when the cake is baked you will never have a mound on the top that you have to cut off. It will be flat! The batter slowly fills up the hole as it bakes. Hope you enjoy my trick. I taught cake decorating for years.

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  132. oh my gosh, that looks like so much work but so special because it's made with love. I'm not as brave as you Robyn, I think I'd better stick to Costco

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  133. Pretty cakes. What a great idea Cricut had!

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  134. Friends are wonderful :)
    I like the pink cake :)

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  135. Cute cake, you should take a look at mine...

    http://cakes-by-claudia.blogspot.com/

    :)

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  136. What a great job you did...Robyn, you are a hoot!
    Micki

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  137. Super Cute cake! I love that you make your own cakes for your kids.

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  138. My beautiful grandaughter soon to be 3 would love a birthday party setting with elmo and me.Aussie Aussie Aussie Oui! Oui! Oui! payne_frances@yahoo.com.au

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  139. You did a great job on those cakes! The pink cake is my favorite. Can't wait to see more!

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  140. Robyn, you did such a great job for your first time. The Cricut Cake makes everyone a pro. I love that you shared this with us. Thanks!

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  142. Thanks for a chance to win
    Pam
    wilsonp58@yahoo.com

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  143. You should watch Cake Boss or Ultimate Cake Off for some tips on using fondant (in your spare time, right - ha!). Cricut Cake is a big help to us non-professionals. They make it look so easy, but I bet it's not! I think I've seen them use a steamer to smooth out/set the fondant. With my luck, it would just melt all over. So glad you are willing to experiment & learn on camera! Keep up the good work.

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  144. Robyn, thanks for the video of the cakes and please do more for us who will need the extra help in mastering the Cricut Cake. I am expecting it any day and want to get good at it. To me it does not have to be perfect if it is for you or family. The love in making it is enough.

    Thanks for all your help,

    Penny

    pennym@embarqmail.com

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  145. I love your cake, you make me order one, I'll get it on the 26th, I be making my mother's cake for mother's day, I'm so happy
    derev77@hotmail.com

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  146. Thanks for the great cake video, Robyn. I tried my first cake today for my future son in law's 25th birthday. It came out pretty good for a beginner! Thanks for all the helpful hints!

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  147. After spending the past ten hours today baking 19 separate layers for my son's wedding cakes on MY birthday today, I was laughing at the topic of the video on cakes!!! My cake carts should be here April 26th, just in time for his wedding, the cakes all went into the freezer tonight! Wish me luck!

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  148. Thanks for testing out the Cricut Cake and letting us learn from you. You and your friends look like you were having a FUN time!!!

    Bev B

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  149. Elmo's Party Cartridge sounds like a wonderful one to use for my grandkids. Thanks for the opportunity to win it.
    Patty (pwtweety@cox.net)

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  150. How cute you all look. Looks like you had fun!!! So how long did it take for the pink cake to completely dissappear.? :)

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  151. So what does all that fondant and gumpaste taste like?

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  152. Great job Robyn!! You did fabulous for your first cake. It would be so fun to have a Cricut Cake to make my cakes with. Thanks for sharing!!

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  153. I make cakes and you did great girl for a beginner. One trick to hide your edges around the bottom is to cut it 1/2 inch longer then with a butter fork just tuck it under your cake. Actual ribbon pinned around it is a nice way to touch up creases and hems too. Your second cake was perfect! I bet they were yummy too! Ok so now how do I win one of those! ;O)
    I have used my cricut to cut out patterns then placed them over top the gum paste but iits hard to get in little creases and corners.
    YOu are so much fun! Do you ever sleep!? LOL! Your amazing!

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  154. That would be a butter "KNIFE" not fork LOL ;O)
    and happy birthday to your daughter!

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  155. You did a great job Robyn! I will now have to give this a try.

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  156. Robyn, I don't know if someone has mentioned this before because I didn't read all of the comments, but cake decorating is one of my hobbies. I do work with fondant quite a bit and I just wanted to give you a quick tip. Before you put the fondant on the cake, make sure your cake is level, and then put it in the fridge for an hour. It'll make your lines on the sides much more crisp instead of rounded. Just a thought. You do wonderful work.

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  157. Ha, you guys are so funny! I love the cakes you made and the cricut cake. I am ATTEMPTING to make my daughter's bday cake (a challenge from my husband) and just bought the cricut cake machine. Oh, thank goodness for you and youtube....

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