Janani65 Posted 21 Feb 2013 , 9:39pm
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Hi, 

 

I'm planning to donate a cake for a charity auction held at the local food bank. For the live auction Cake should be more than $150.

 

I have been going through many cake photos to figure out what to make. This is my first auction. 

 

So any tips/ ideas to make a successful cake? I thought of doing a carrot cake, and cream cheese filling. I have second thoughts about doing a fondant cake since people don't like fondant, but I make my own fondant. I'm scared people will not bid when they see fondant, but fondant makes the cake look beautiful. 

 

Please Help!

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ShelbyLyn Posted 22 Feb 2013 , 10:13pm
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There are a couple threads on this if you use the search feature you can read, but the general consensus is that a dummy cake with a gift certificate pulls the higher bids as people can order the cake when they have a big event versus buying something they may or may not eat. 

 

Hope all goes well!

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