Making copies of Kandi you've received?

kandi_kid_108 8/18/2015 08:17 am 1498

My first piece of kandi I ever received has a huge meaning in my life, and I want to use the same words on a different piece of kandi. Would that be frowned upon? Is that disrespectful to the person who made it?

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Sep 1, 2015 12:16 pm

depending on what the piece said, I'm sure they wouldn't mind.

Aug 28, 2015 9:01 am

i look at it this way among friends or even the internet sites/methods for making copies of something exist. I've had friends and teachers teach me things i've recreated just as they originally made it and i've remodeled it into my own piece.. think of it like this if you and your bff have matching friendship token you got at a store a lot of people have them but what it means to you is all that matters. heck in past times they had monks sitting there day after day copying the same text over and over to make books before the printing press was made. people are creatures of habit we learn by watching and repeating or by deconstruction and reconstruction provided your not breaking the item in question i see no problem

Aug 23, 2015 1:29 pm

I think so long as you don't make exact copies of it completely, it shouldn't be an issue.

Aug 18, 2015 8:48 am

I personally wouldn't find that disrespectful. I've made a lot of kandi patterns for customers and have never got offended by anyone remaking what I created. Kandi making wasn't meant to be a monopoly to one sole person to recreate. Your "work" in making your kandi is ultimately your own. Heck, I've sold many cupcakes and cookies and highly doubt Betty Crocker or Martha Stewart would be ticked with me for using their recipe.