Does Anyone Know Where I Can Find This Kit?

Decorating By jade8 Updated 12 Sep 2013 , 5:18pm by KatieKake

jade8 Posted 13 Nov 2011 , 3:07am
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I would like to make my daughter a Disney Princess Square Castle cake and am looking for the kit used in the photo below. If anyone knows where I can get one please let me know.
Thank you

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carolinagirlcakes Posted 13 Nov 2011 , 3:25am
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I don't think this is available anymore. I tried to find it even looking on ebay and no such luck. I wish you luck in your search.

cambo Posted 13 Nov 2011 , 3:25am
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I have seen a very similar kit at my local cake supply, but OP states it was purchased on eBay...maybe check there?

Narie Posted 13 Nov 2011 , 3:35am
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I found it on Ebay ----but I wouldn't pay the asking price $200.

carolinagirlcakes Posted 13 Nov 2011 , 3:39am
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Originally Posted by Narie

I found it on Ebay ----but I wouldn't pay the asking price $200.

You can no longer bid on it anyway cause the aution ended Aug 21. And yeah they are out of their mind at $200!

jade8 Posted 13 Nov 2011 , 3:49am
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i didnt realize they were discontinued. thanks guys.

Polarcakes Posted 13 Nov 2011 , 4:21am
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Just your luck. I see one listed on Ebay currently with six days remaining. Only problem is they don`t state if they`d ship to Canada or not. Sometimes sellers will ship here, and sometimes they wont.

Kiddiekakes Posted 13 Nov 2011 , 3:43pm
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That is a decopac kit and I think it is discontinued..I have a supplier here that sells most of decopac but didn't have those when I called for one last year...They probably have come out with a new style by now or you can try and do a search onine and see if any stores still have it as part of old stock.

stephg31 Posted 12 Sep 2013 , 4:42pm
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AI am looking for one too! I hate their new style, it's not a cake kit, it's a toy box on a cake. I've been searching eBay, but if anyone finds a listing, would you please let me know? Thanks. My 3yo saw this on my phone a d hasn't stopped asking for it in over a month!

KatieKake Posted 12 Sep 2013 , 5:14pm
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Since it seems the kit is no longer available, I would make my own, the towers can be made by covering wax paper, plastic wrap rolls with fondant, you can get a impression mat or rolling pin for the design, or if that is too costly add your own scrolls or design with royal icing and brush with pearl dust. Top of the towers, cut a round circle, and add a straight piece wrapped around it. The princess pictures on the towers could be done if you have an edible pinter. Everything on this castle can be done with fondant/gumpaste 50/50 mixture,  It wil not be an exact copy but in the end probably a lot more satisfying.


You will have to buy the princesses, hopefully you  can find some, several years ago when I was looking for princess, Dairy Queen had a cake they used princesses on, and you might try a Dairy Queen store to see if they still have them and would sell you a set.  I hope this idea helps all of you who are wanting to do this castle,


Debbie Brown has several different castles in her Enchanted Cakes for Children book and in her  Magical Cakes.  Book.  Check them out for ideas.

KatieKake Posted 12 Sep 2013 , 5:18pm
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Forgot to add that since the towers would not be edible, you could cut out pictures of the princesses and paste them on the towers, if you wanted to, and then you would not need the special printer.

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