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Seriously? Often when a customer is unhappy they will bad-mouth you regardless of what you do to rectify the situation. Also if given a full-refund she might spread the word to the wrong type of customers - the nutcases who really just want a free cake... A full refund is a little ridiculous, I think the $200 is fine but I also think the bride would prefer it in cash vs. gift certificate (and c'mon, do you really want her to order from you again anyway?) I say give her...
baby biter biscuits (cookies) ground up
I can't find the template either, but I did see that Hobby Lobby has their own line of adorable little cupcake liners on the card/party aisle - for $5.99 for a 12 pack!! (Plus you can use the 40% off coupon). Sure beats the $15.99/12 that the cake shoppe is selling them for! Think I'm going to buy a pack and use to make my own template
I know I have this vision of someone laying the board around their house and the cat licking off the icing, then the dog drags his butt across it...ick! (can you tell I don't do pets, lol)
that's great, lol - insert snoopy laugh here - hehehehehoohoohoohehehee
If my hubby bought me a sheeter, I'd be giving him more than cake... and probably every night
Just chiming in to add that in our new house we have a gas stove/range and I LOATHE it! Apparently when they installed it, the back "foot" is lower than all of the others, so all of my cakes bake at a slant! The gas line is short, so we can't pull it out from the wall to fix the foot! (don't know how we'll tackle the gas line issue when we ever get a new stove!)At our old house, we had purchased a radiant burner type oven/stove top - it was awesome, heated water, etc...
Thanks for the input on pricing - I was afraid to over or under price! Can either of you tell me a basic how-to on a simple crown like this, or point me to a tutorial or thread where this is covered? Would you do fondant, gumpaste, or a blend? TIA!
have a request for 3 tiers of cupcakes (on a stand), the top (fourth) tier is a 6in round with a fondant/gumpaste crown on top...that'll be a first. What's the best way to charge for a fondant/gumpaste crown? The cake and crown separately (if so, how much for the crown) or should take my regular price per serving rate and then add to the pps rate for the crown (if so, how much do I factor in to cover the crown)?here's a pic:
me too me too! please post !
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