Has Anyone Tried Cake Stackers?

Decorating By SophisticatedSweets Updated 21 Mar 2011 , 3:03am by Bakingangel

SophisticatedSweets Posted 20 Mar 2011 , 4:09am
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I was surfing the net for ideas on how to stabilize a cake I am delivering tomorrow, as the client doesn't want it assembled on site, and I came across cake stackers (cakestackers.com). Oh.Em.GEEEeee!! I dunno if they really work as notated, but if they do I NEED THEM! Has anyone on here ordered them at all? If so, do they REALLY live up to that youtube vide she has posted where she is flinging the cake around?

Ooooh this would totally revolutionize my business! I have a serious case of the wants now. :p [


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Bakingangel Posted 20 Mar 2011 , 4:32am
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Hi, there is a thread on here that is quite long. The people that have them swear by them and wouldn't go back to what they previously were using.

I tried to paste it for you. Good luck!


http://cakecentral.com/cake-decorating-ftopict-679022-.html

corpsequeen Posted 20 Mar 2011 , 4:54am
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Holy cow!!! My jaw hit the floor when she turned that cake upside down!!! I think my heart is still in my throat lol!

Sorelle Posted 20 Mar 2011 , 5:27am
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Just got them in the mail yesterday. I assembled it but haven't used it yet, it is very sturdy and well made. I want to try it for a chandelier cake.

conchita Posted 20 Mar 2011 , 5:40am
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I think you have to try them to see if you like them, I did not like them at all. to many pieces to put together, I was worrie that if one part got lost I was not going to be able to put the cake together. good luck if you choose to purchase one

SophisticatedSweets Posted 20 Mar 2011 , 9:37pm
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Thank you so much, Bakingangel!! I tried to see if there was a thread, but couldn't find one. Maybe I am hitting up the search option the wrong way. I am going to check that thread out!

@corpsequeen! *lol* Me too!! I watched the video at least five times all while telling my husband to look, look, look! I sooo want to try to tip a cake upside down. Not over my kitchen floor though. :p

@Sorelle- Good luck!! I hope to see pictures once you are done with that cake. icon_smile.gif

@Conchita- Part of my concern is not getting the pieces back after paying that much. Even though I charge deposits on other items a lot of people just don't bring it back. $100plus is a lot to keep sacrificing and then reordering! And, like you, I'd be afraid of not realizing a part was missing and then the whole money is wasted. ick.

Bakingangel Posted 21 Mar 2011 , 3:03am
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Sophisticated Sweets, just click on the post I pasted in my earlier reply it will take you there. icon_smile.gif

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