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JoyceL Offline
#1 Posted : Monday, April 29, 2013 3:53:55 PM(UTC)

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Not sure if this is the spot for this question. Haven't been on the boards in awhile and they have changed!!! Anyway, I have a bunch of reward points accumulated. I went "shopping" and found most sections saying "products coming soon", which it's been saying for awhile. Does anyone know - are they stopping this program? Should I try to spend all points now? Also - is there any big difference between a cake cutting mat and a regular mat? Is it OK to use with paper? I don't do cakes, but thought that would be one way to spend points as not many exciting things on there currently.
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#2 Posted : Monday, April 29, 2013 4:05:33 PM(UTC)

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One of the cricut people (mallie, I think is her name) posted the other day on another thread that they are keeping the rewards program. I think they were focusing on other things but they will be updating it.

the cake mats do not have adhesive on them at all. they are the same size though I know some people have gotten the cake mats and used a zig glue with the jumbo tip to stick them like they re-stick a mat. hope this helps

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