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LoriSteward Offline
#1 Posted : Wednesday, September 29, 2010 9:41:16 PM(UTC)
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I've just gotten a cricut, and I love it. I'm excited about fun gift possibilities. Tonight I saw a very pretty large platter for $10 at Walmart, in pretty fall colors. I could just imagine that with fall leaves, and "give thanks" or a name in the middle. I purchase outdoor vinyl from craftvinyl.com (and the customer service has been a 10+++++ everytime, highly recommend!), do you think this would stay on there ok? Would it be ok to use for serving food, or would warm food harm the vinyl?

Check out those serving pieces, they really were pretty.
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#2 Posted : Thursday, September 30, 2010 3:32:44 PM(UTC)
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LoriSteward wrote:
I've just gotten a cricut, and I love it. I'm excited about fun gift possibilities. Tonight I saw a very pretty large platter for $10 at Walmart, in pretty fall colors. I could just imagine that with fall leaves, and "give thanks" or a name in the middle. I purchase outdoor vinyl from craftvinyl.com (and the customer service has been a 10+++++ everytime, highly recommend!), do you think this would stay on there ok? Would it be ok to use for serving food, or would warm food harm the vinyl?

Check out those serving pieces, they really were pretty.

once they are vinyled, they are for decoration purposes only, unless you viny around edge only and serve cold food, hot will make the vinyl lift.
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MonicaLowrance on 10/1/2010(UTC)
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#3 Posted : Thursday, September 30, 2010 9:22:59 PM(UTC)
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If they are stoneware you can cut out stencils using your cricut and use glass paint and cure I think it you can use it around the borders or check the the bottle of glass paint to see if it would be food safe then go to town.. hope this helps!BigGrin
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MonicaLowrance on 10/1/2010(UTC)
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