jennifercullen Posted 21 May 2012 , 9:27am
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I got this picture from a customer asking for the top tier of her cake to be like this, I have possibly a vague idea of how the structure would look, but no idea how i would do it! Can anyone help me with this? Are there any tutorials anywhere you know of? Or do I just tell the customer I dont know how to do it icon_sad.gif

Thanks in advance for any help! Jenny

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Jenise Posted 21 May 2012 , 10:14am
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Can you post a picture or a link to a picture? icon_lol.gif

rickymartin Posted 21 May 2012 , 10:58am
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Dear jenny' 1st you should upload the picture. After seen it i'll try to help you.

regard
Ricky

clairesey Posted 21 May 2012 , 11:11am
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Maybe its an invisible cake....in which case it should be dead easy!! icon_biggrin.gif

c
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jennifercullen Posted 21 May 2012 , 8:13pm
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aw what an idiot icon_redface.gificon_redface.gif I was so looking forward to hearing all your advice i forgot to even link the cake... its here icon_smile.gif
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_W7BQpktz2lI/THLrCTr0JTI/AAAAAAAABOs/SGSKn29xe_c/s1600/1.jpg

I wish it was an invisible cake haha icon_lol.gif

kakeladi Posted 21 May 2012 , 9:25pm
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Are you asking how to make the top tier slant like that one?
Just torte the cake at an angle; turn one piece around so the two full heigth pieces are together when put together w/filling.

jennifercullen Posted 21 May 2012 , 9:34pm
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no, sorry I've not been very clear I know, I mean how to structure a support for the top cake so it is placed at an angle and looks like the baby is pulling the cake over icon_biggrin.gif

mimikates Posted 21 May 2012 , 10:05pm
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not sure if this will help - dowelling definitely required


http://cakecentral.com/images/articles/balance_construction.jpg icon_smile.gif

mimikates

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