Hi. I am a newbie here. where can i get the attachment? I saw this too late but coz i just made a 5 tier cake and it was a disaster, middle tier almost collapsed. But it's never too late to learn. Pls help. Thank you!
AI'd like the download too please
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I went to page 15 and opened the SPS instructions, but I do not find an attachment. I tried opening in a new tab and opening on a new page. I have noticed this with several attachments from older posts, they just seem like they aren't there. Is this something related to the site re-design?
I just went to page 15, clicked on the link in Weesha's post and it worked fine.
It must have been a Chrome issue. I have no trouble with the link using Explorer, but using Chrome I don't see a link at all. Thanks!
I have one last question on this system, I have been looking into it for the last few days and I really like the idea of this system especially for a topsy turvy cake I'm doing next month. My only question after reading all these posts and looking at all the websites that offer this, the 9 inch pillars look like they are multiple pieces. Based on what I was reading here I thought they were one piece to be cut done. Can any one tell me if this correct? Here's the link of the ones I was looking at.
As the title suggests you are looking at the multi piece set. The original SPS legs are the 1 piece 9" long legs and yes they still make them.
Thank you so much! Will be ordering here soon!!
I know this has probably been asked a million times, but Do custoemrs complain about the loss of cake? Or is it so little they dont mind? Thanks Leah!
It's not enough cake that anyone ever notices.
Am new to CC and ofcourse am windows stupid, can someone tell me where to find the attachment Leah mentions?
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ASorry Leah, but I can't see your signature line. Found the link from wesha's post. Coincidentally got my first ever wedding cake order today! At least I know what to do now. Thanks to you !
AMy signature is at the bottom of EVERY post I make.
AI know could see it last week but not anymore!
AI have a question please, I have just bought a mini wedding cake pan, you know the 3tier cake, the one you can make 4 at a time. My problem iz that I am having a really hard time covering it with fondant, as the layers are all in one, as in one cake, (hope this makes sense)many thanks.
AWhat does this have to do with SPS? Those tiny all in one cakes don't need a support system.
Hey! I was going through the tool box last week and came across my PVC pipe cutter. I was thinking that it would be great for cutting the columns. Has anyone tried this?
AYes, lots of people used a pipe cutter.
I have to do a 4 tier wedding cake and am interested in using SPS as I think I will need to preassemble. Can I ask how many servings you usually lose from the system (as the columns seem quite thick?). The cake will most likely be 12,10, 8, 6 and needs to serve 90 for dessert. I'm hoping that this will be enough cake still once the columns are taken out.
2 out of 5 of my tiers are hexagonal - 12" and 8". What size plate is best to use and will the bits of cake bigger that the plate look like they are every so slightly suspended up off the tier below because of the missing plastic bit? Help?!
Oh and sorry I forgot to mention - I live in Singapore - and need the stacking system by 19 June?! How am I going to get my hands on one?!
A@ Lolly, you don't lose enough cake to the columns to give it a second of worry. You have 134 servings in your cake as it is.
@TK, shipping overseas is always an issue. You very well may not have enough time. Contact Oasis Supply. And no, there is such a tiny bit not on the SPS plate, its just not an issue. And you're using a hex cardboard. You'd use 12" and 8" plates.
Won't the plate stick out if I get 12" round for 12" hex? Sorry to be dim, just don't want to go to all the trouble of getting it here (jeeze shipping is expensive) to find the plates are too big. Thanks
Do the hex tiers have borders?
AOn both, Just a small ribbon of fondant 1/4 high 1/8 thick to for, a backing for my Small flat 2D shapes to adhere to so they stand slightly off the side of the cake (hope that makes sense?,.
I joined today and have been reading through the threads, but can't find the SPS instructions. I'm new to the site and I don't see the sticky on the top section of the forum that is refered to in the posts. Can you please point me in the right direction to find the information.