tracypooh Posted 17 Mar 2005 , 4:27pm
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I bought a lot of these pans on ebay but can't find the directions anywhere unless I want to buy them with another lot, or pay someone to send them to me. Anyone have them that may be willing to share?

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Ladycake Posted 17 Mar 2005 , 5:00pm
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I bought a lot of these pans on ebay but can't find the directions anywhere unless I want to buy them with another lot, or pay someone to send them to me. Anyone have them that may be willing to share?




That is not totally true... LOL .. I offer a bit over 340 instructions on my site for free... http://www.ladycakes.com/pan_instructions.htm this is the list of what I have look it over and see if there is any of your pans there then email me with the link that is there and let me know what ones you need... If you happen to have any that is not on my list I would love to have copys of what you have to keep adding to this collection to help others...

tracypooh Posted 17 Mar 2005 , 8:04pm
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Thanks, I did check and it is not there. I know the pan is from 1974 to 1976 time frame. I have one of the item numbers 2105-6113. It looks like springfoam pan with interchangable inserts to make 6 or so different cakes. Looks like I'm going to have to wing it. Thanks you for site, I've marked it in my favorites ad I'm sure it will come in handy.

Ladycake Posted 17 Mar 2005 , 8:37pm
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I do know what your talking about... You can call or email Wilton and they will mail you the insert for this pan if they still have it on hand... and they do it for free... You might try that ... PISSS if you get it I would like to have a copy to add to my collection... LOL ..

tracypooh Posted 18 Mar 2005 , 1:25am
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super, I didn't know Wilton would do that. I'll try and get it and send you a copy if I do

Ladycake Posted 18 Mar 2005 , 2:24am
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super, I didn't know Wilton would do that. I'll try and get it and send you a copy if I do




That would be great... Thanks.. And Yes they will send you copies if its something they still have copies of...

flayvurdfun Posted 18 Mar 2005 , 7:49am
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Wondering the same. SO I guess I dont have the pan either

Ladycake Posted 18 Mar 2005 , 9:05am
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Wondering the same. SO I guess I dont have the pan either




its the pan that is the springform pan that has the different inserts that go in the bottom and is bake up said down once you take it out of the pan then you turn it over and your print is on the top.. it has like Happy Birthday in words and it has a bunny and there is like I think 9 different inserts for this pan... its round... or at least this is the pan I think she is talking about .. LOL ..

flayvurdfun Posted 18 Mar 2005 , 11:19am
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oh cool I have something like that it is pampered chefs springform pan. it has a bundt style bottom you can use, or a flat one for like cheesecakes, and a heart shaped thingy..... I've used the heart one before but not the other...hmmm learn something new everyday on here..... thumbs_up.gif

tracypooh Posted 18 Mar 2005 , 1:32pm

Yep, you got it right. It is just like a spring foam pan. Very close to the papmered chef version. I think I bought 6 different inserts. I'll figure it out. I can't be that hard right? icon_confused.gif

flayvurdfun Posted 18 Mar 2005 , 1:36pm

Nah probably not icon_eek.gif but I am sure you can do it..... I am just glad its you and not me! icon_lol.gif

diane Posted 18 Mar 2005 , 1:56pm

hey, icon_surprised.gif i have that pan!! i got it from a lady who did a lot of baking years ago. i have only used the birthdaycake one! have yet to try the others...but i don't have any inserts. i didn't know they came with inserts. icon_confused.gif

flayvurdfun Posted 18 Mar 2005 , 2:10pm

is there a place where I can see the pan? I have lots of wilton books, and have found alot for people on wilton forum and emailed the page. If I knew what it was maybe I can find a picture at least????

Ladycake Posted 18 Mar 2005 , 3:08pm
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Yep, you got it right. It is just like a spring foam pan. Very close to the papmered chef version. I think I bought 6 different inserts. I'll figure it out. I can't be that hard right? icon_confused.gif




Ok I just found it in one of the year books in the 1976 book... it says it takes ONE standard cake Mix.. I am going to include the photo I just scaned maybe it will help you .. To me it looks like its done just like you do Character pans with the stars.

http://www.ladycakes.com/sculptured_tops.htm

KrazyKross Posted 4 Apr 2005 , 9:12pm

tracypooh --

I have 3 of the multi-pan insert directions: santa, the jack-o-lantern and happy birthday. I'm just now scanning all of my directions and getting things organized on my computer. If you supply me an e-mail address, I can send them off to you.


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