Todays Request - "can You Do A Small Castle To Serve 9&

Decorating By Echooo3 Updated 28 Jul 2010 , 8:57pm by KathysCC

Echooo3 Posted 28 Jul 2010 , 10:42am
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She wants a two tier cake to serve 9 people for her daughters first birthday.

I think she is going to be disappointed.

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dsilvest Posted 28 Jul 2010 , 11:20am
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I think it would be a cute cake.

tarheelgirl Posted 28 Jul 2010 , 11:28am
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Cute and really really small! icon_biggrin.gif

leah_s Posted 28 Jul 2010 , 11:33am
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As Indy always says, "The smaller cake, the higher price." Little fiddley things are always a PITA. But, for enough $$$ . . .

indydebi Posted 28 Jul 2010 , 12:20pm
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See both of my posts on this thread on a very similar topic:

leily Posted 28 Jul 2010 , 8:06pm
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I would do a 3" and 4" for her (3 servings and 6 servings) but then she wouldn't even want to hear what I would charge for it. My minimum would still be $50

catlharper Posted 28 Jul 2010 , 8:44pm
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I would say "sure...I can do a "mini" cake which runs about $50 depending on what you want on it."

Once she sees how much it costs she may not want it...OR she may think it's grand. I'm doing a dirt bike helmet in two weeks...size of the small ball pan...and I'm charging 75 (was hoping it would go away<G>icon_wink.gif....the woman didn't blink an eye. So you never know!


KathysCC Posted 28 Jul 2010 , 8:57pm
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I tried to cover a four-inch tier in fondant and was pulling my hair out by the time I finished. icon_cry.gif I will NEVER do it again!

I have officially decided that my smallest tier will be 6-inch from now on so a cake that serves 9 doesn't exist in my world. icon_lol.gif

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