Battle of the Bulge

Decorating By andysings Updated 8 Jun 2013 , 2:48am by leah_s

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andysings Posted 8 Jun 2013 , 2:09am
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ok so what's up 3 posts and no replys to them so I did pray and came with a solotion with my Battle of the BUL:GE. Im not as good as most of you but I worked just as hard  and determined to get this cake to the families graduation outting. I asked myself "Self how do you battle your bulge?" and the answer was "the samething my mom did Put a griddle on it. I used my fondant paddles to shore up my cake to make it look nice again and used a cake box I already had, recut it and  made a griddle and put it back into the frige. I went to the UPS store and bought a box as close to the measurements of my cake that they had. Tomorrow the cake with its griddle will go into the box with some kind of padding and then into the cooler.(it's going to be about 100 degrees) I figure if I intend to contin this as a hobby or businss (when I get good enought) i better learn how to think outside the box or into it.

AnnieZ Posted 8 Jun 2013 , 2:33am
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Im new to the whole cake decorating! I tried doing a fondant cake for the first time 2day i saw a bulge forming a little while after i put the fondant on there n b4 i new it my bc had all melted under my fondant!!! i ended up redoing the whole cake in just bc :/ but i anyway was just gonna tell you how gud this cake looks this cake looks its so nice n smooth i cant believe it only the 3rd fondant cake!! :D

leah_s Posted 8 Jun 2013 , 2:48am
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AThere's a loooooong thread on eliminating bulges. Cake decorating forum, titled "My newest trick."

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