Cake Base??

Decorating By Tonias_Sweet_Shoppe_09 Updated 26 Feb 2010 , 2:59am by jammjenks

Tonias_Sweet_Shoppe_09 Posted 26 Feb 2010 , 2:27am
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Hello, I am making a cake for a friend. His son's hockey team is having their end-of-season hockey banquet on March 7th. I am making a hockey jersey cake and I am using TWO 12x18 pans put together to make the hockey jersey. There will be 60 people at this party.

How am I going to transport this cake? Is there a cake base that anyone sells that is big enough for this? It will be 24x36 when it is done. My husband suggested a plywood board covered with foil. Has anyone ever done this? Will it be ok to go to a country club with this kind of cake base? Any ideas greatly appreciated!!

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JanH Posted 26 Feb 2010 , 2:56am
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Originally Posted by Tonias_Sweet_Shoppe_09

I am using TWO 12x18 pans ... It will be 24x36 when it is done.

Either you place the 2 L's [18] together and the W [12] stays the same, or you place the 2 W's [12] together and the L [18] stays the same.

So your choices are 18+18x12 or 12+12x18 or 36x12 and 24x18. icon_smile.gif


Edited because the parentheses came out as cool symbols.

jammjenks Posted 26 Feb 2010 , 2:59am
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I get 1/2 inch plywood cut at my local lumberyard all the time. They are usually less than $1 and I cover them in freezer paper.

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