Have Any Of You Purchased On Of These?

Decorating By Newatdecorating Updated 30 Mar 2009 , 5:27pm by ChefAngie

Newatdecorating Posted 27 Mar 2009 , 12:07am
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http://www.globalsugarart.com/search.php?search=decorators+delight&searchimage.x=0&searchimage.y=0

I am interested in them, especially the 14 x 20. Just wondering if it is worth the cost?

I've got one that I have been using that just seems to be a little to high for me and wondered if this might be a little shorter. Do you know how tall this one is?

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kakeladi Posted 27 Mar 2009 , 12:24am
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I had one and only used it when working on full sheet cakes.

zoraya Posted 27 Mar 2009 , 12:26am
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I have the 14x20 high and love it. Its probably about 6" tall and is perfect for sheet cakes! Then just flip it over why your doing rounds. Biggest problem is storage but I just slide it under my couch when not in use. Free shipping is an awesome deal!

ptanyer Posted 27 Mar 2009 , 12:29am
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I don't know about those, but I have this one and I love it. I bought mine at Michaels and used a 50% coupon.



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hallow3 Posted 27 Mar 2009 , 11:58am
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I just had my husband cut a 3/4 in plywood board the same size and place it on myround turntable with a rubber mat underneath so that it won't slid. Save me $55 and it works great.

cakes22 Posted 27 Mar 2009 , 1:03pm
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I use a lazy suzanne. Its larger than the wilton turntables & I can put larger cakes/cakeboards on it. I store mine on it's side along side my pans.

cakesdivine Posted 27 Mar 2009 , 1:32pm
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I have a 24" lazy susan as well and a smaller turntable for smaller cakes. Only thing is it is really old and the ball bearings hang up at times causing smoothing issues. So I am in the market for something new. This looks really cool. But I am spoiled to the large size of my lazy susan...I can do a very large cake with it and still see the edge of the lazy susan.

sweetcakes Posted 27 Mar 2009 , 2:39pm
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i have several of the diferant kinds of 12" turntables. when doing a larger cake that over hangs and may droop slightly like a full sheet i will put an upside down sheet pan on the turntable first to give a larger surface to support the cake.

Franluvsfrosting Posted 28 Mar 2009 , 3:13pm
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I have an all metal (cast base, steel platform) Ateco. It's 12" but like others have said I just put a large cutting board or piece of wood on it for larger cakes (with no slip liner between the board and the turn table.) It's super smooth and very sturdy. My DH surprised me with it before my first wedding cake and I still kiss him for it!!

sisspence Posted 29 Mar 2009 , 12:20am
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Originally Posted by Newatdecorating

http://www.globalsugarart.com/search.php?search=decorators+delight&searchimage.x=0&searchimage.y=0

I am interested in them, especially the 14 x 20. Just wondering if it is worth the cost?

I've got one that I have been using that just seems to be a little to high for me and wondered if this might be a little shorter. Do you know how tall this one is?




I bought one a while back at Party Boys in Houston, and I love it.

chelleb1974 Posted 30 Mar 2009 , 5:10pm
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Originally Posted by Franluvsfrosting

I have an all metal (cast base, steel platform) Ateco. It's 12" but like others have said I just put a large cutting board or piece of wood on it for larger cakes (with no slip liner between the board and the turn table.) It's super smooth and very sturdy. My DH surprised me with it before my first wedding cake and I still kiss him for it!!




That's the one I have. I ended up going to Lowe's (or Home Depot, etc...) and bought a 16" square tile (don't know what it's made of but it's pretty heavy) and covered it with contact paper (or ease of cleaning). When doing a larger cake or a full sheet, I put the cakeboard on that and it doesn't bend.

ChefAngie Posted 30 Mar 2009 , 5:27pm
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I use my professional cake stand from Wilton and turn a full sheet pan over on top when I need to decorate large sheet cakes and wedding cakes.
Happy Baking and Decorating,
Chef Angie

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