1234me Posted 8 Feb 2007 , 9:12am
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I do all the cakes for a local indoor party place and they usually order 1/4 sheets. This week they ordered a 1/2 sheet. Since they are customers I make cakes for everyweek, I only charge them $20 for the 1/4 sheet. I have never done a 1/2 sheet and it isn't requested much so I have no idea what to charge.

ok, now I feel really stupid. They asked for a half sheet cake and I made 2 9x13's and was planning on putting them side by side. So what size really is a half sheet cake? I did a search here and I guess I was wrong in thinking half sheet was like two 9x13! Do I sale it to them anyway?

Wendy

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JanH Posted 9 Feb 2007 , 11:09am
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You can put two 9x13's together to make a 1/2 sheet cake....

(A 1/2 sheet is 12x18, yours will be 13x18.)

Here's a thread on sheet cake sizes:

http://forum.cakecentral.com/cake-decorating-ftopict-81011-sheet.html+sizes

HTH

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