Monday, January 25, 2010

Provocraft Cricut Cake Promo Party

Here's a peek into the Provocraft Cricut Cake Party! News of the day: 5 new types of Cricut machines coming soon of all different type, over 100 videos to be posted this year, and Cricut Cake machine being released late April/May. Enjoy!!



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39 comments:

  1. Looks like you guys are all having a good time. My daughter is going gaga over that cake cricut.
    She wants to be a chef when she grows up and is always in the kitchen concocting things.

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  2. Thank you so much for posting this! I wrote on another blog, as soon as I have paid off my gypsy, I was gonna save for my expression ... BUT ... I think I am gonna wait and see what cricut brings us. New technology, new machines ... The last couple of weeks I started thinking to myself, what would I want from my cricut machine, and how can it be better. For me, I would just die if they could make my beloved bug into a lasercutter, instead of a knife, cos lets face it, no more tearing paper, and the most delecate cuts! So, who knows, maybe provocraft was thinking the same things, and after all, it is new technology ... so I think I stick with my little bug for a little longer and wait and see what provocraft brings us :)

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  3. wow! now I know why Cricut Cake is called Cricut Cake. Just AMAZING!!

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  4. OK, I just said. I don't need another hobby, but Hello that is so cool.

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  5. Awesome! The cricket cake looks so fun!! Thanks for sharing!

    Cynthia
    cynthia@devoll.net

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  6. Cricut Cake...WOW!

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  7. Okay I'm sold. When does this come out? lol. Mary M
    mmontecalvo@verizon.net

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  8. lovin the Cricut cake! loriolong@hotmail.com

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  9. Can't wait to see what they have lined up for the future

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  10. Do you have any idea what kind of new machines Cricut is making?... Five new ones? Any hints?

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  11. I'm soooooooooo happy ya'll got to go to CHA! Thank you for taking us there, too, via videos. Peggy

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  12. FYI: LINDA MCCLURE invented this technique. Provo Crafts had ZERO to do with it. http://creativedesignscakes.com/
    She has a DVD for sale on how to do.
    Provo Crafts has zero knowledge in it, to be honest.

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  13. http://creativedesignscakes.com/
    Linda Mcclure invented this technique. She's been using her Cricut Expressions to cut gumpaste since 2008. She sales DVD's on her site telling exactly how to do it, too...and has excellent customer service if you have ANY questions.
    She's taught numerous classes on it and if you are interested in learning more, don't wait to spend $400 on the "new" cricut that is not necessary, contact her.
    You will not regret it.

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  14. Oh that is so neat! Looks like you guys are having a blast!

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  15. The Cricut Cake looks like a lot of fun

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  16. Thank you for sharing. That was so up lifting for the future. WOW what next!

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  17. I spend a lot of time on my cricut and not enough time in the kitchen. This might be a good way to get me in the kitchen a lot more often.

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  18. Oh boy! I think I'm going to have to get a job!

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  19. Amazing new idea!! Where was it when I had weddings to do? But there are a lot of birthdays in my future- I can find a way to justify it somehow!!!!

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  20. Wow looks like I will have to go into cake decorating. It looks so simple now. Can't wait to see what wlse they reveal.

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  21. How awesome. I had read that this could be done on the expressions but making a machine that is specifically for cake decorating is so awesome. I so want to try it out:)Thank you so much for all the wonderful information you share with us.
    Monica L .
    monita23@ca.rr.com

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  22. I would love to see this work in person. A great idea for the frosting queens!

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  23. Boy Oh Boy! Are we in trouble? ,LOL I just hope they won't have as many bug as the G does.

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  24. Thank you for the video. Provo Craft has changed my life. Retirement was getting a little boring but not now...new scrap room, new hobby, new ideas, new friends...what more could I ask for?!

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  25. Debby from Pgh.,PAJanuary 25, 2010 at 1:20 PM

    Thank you for the video. What an exciting company Provocraft is! They are constantly improving and I am glad to be a part of it all.
    You never disappoint with your information. Thanks again.

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  26. Thanks for sharing the video. What a wonderful story. Playing with my Cricut is what I do when I am down and it really does help.
    The Cake Machine is amazing!
    What next?

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  27. Freaking over the Cricut Cake. Saving my money now to get one. It would be so cool if Provo Craft made one for Polymer Clay. I would definitely purchase that machine too. Wish they would make a purple Cricut Expression.
    Lori
    lhulstine@yahoo.com

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  28. oh no, i think i found another hobby.
    michele
    tishy34@hotmail.com

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  29. Love the Cake Cartridge!
    I MUST have it! hehehehe

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  30. Guess I just need to start saving to buy what I can't live without.
    MCF's Mimi

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  31. thanks so much for sharing an insiders view with all of us....I certainly wish i could have attended :( so sad LOL!! Maybe next year...thank you so much Joy for all you do!!

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  32. Nice Video! Thanks. I heard that everyone that attended that private PC party got to take home a new Cricut Cake. WOWWWOO! How do you go about getting invited to a party like that? How Fun! Now I suppose that you will be busy demoing videos of that for us so we all have the urge to go purchase one. Smart play for PC marketing! Give away product to bloggers who demo their products to a lot of internet viewers so we want to go buy those cartridges, papers, & tools. It is like having commercials made for PC & they didn't have to pay to make the commercials. Course, we all love having giveaways. (Now, if I could only win something!) Keep up the good work!
    m.k.schmidt@hotmail.com

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  33. A lot of exciting things going on in the future! Looking forward to seeing all the new.

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  34. Thank you so much for doing the video's for us. I can't wait to see what the new 2 years will bring us.
    Dena from Washougal, Wa.

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  35. thanks for sharing with us and glad you made it home safe. i know you have fun. wish i could have gone. thanks for all you do on this blog

    chriswooten57
    mcwooten1999@carolina.rr.com

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  36. thanks for sharing

    chriswooten57
    mcwooten1999@carolina.rr.com

    sorry the first post i forgot to put my name and address.

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  37. Here's a brief statement from Provo Craft about Linda McClure's "real story" post

    http://www.cricut.com/cricutcake/notice.aspx

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