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Oooops, I guess it's not allowed to post other companies names. PM me and I will tell you if you are still interested.
I found a couple of places where you can order them but they are pretty expensive. But they are beautiful. Look up cinderella fantasy dot com. Also there's another website called a lil tlz dot com where they can be purchased. Sugar Craft has small acrylic ones too.
I have read on this site that the sugar in the cream cheese frosting "stabilizes" it. I can say from personal experience, I have done red velvet cake & cupcakes and they've sat out for hours with no problem. I made pumpkin cupcakes with cream cheese frosting for Thanksgiving and they sat out for about 6 hours. My family ate them up with no problems or complaints. I use the Decorator Ceam Cheese frosting recipe from this site, it's yummy! HTH!
I don't know where you are located, but if you google Cinderella Cake stand rental, you will get some sites where you can rent them. Maybe one will be near you. Hope that helps!
My cake supply store rents it out. It's in Norco, CA. You may want to try asking around supply stores in your area.
I haven't tried this one yet but have been thinking about it because I have to do it on a cake this weekend. When using wires on cakes, first put hot glue on the wire end and stick it into a coffee stirer. Then you can stick the stirrer into the cake and the wire will stay put and not move around.
Baskin Robbins' ice cream uses softened vanilla ice cream to frost their ice cream cakes.
This is the one that everyone loves. I get asked for the recipe every time! I got it from All recipies dot com and it's called Fourteen Karat Cake.Ingredients:2 cups all-purpose flour2 teaspoons baking powder1 1/2 teaspoons baking soda1 1/2 teaspoons salt2 teaspoons ground cinnamon2 cups white sugar1 1/2 cups vegetable oil4 eggs1 cup grated carrots1 (8 ounce) can crushed pineapple, drained1/2 cup chopped walnuts1 cup flaked...
Oh no!! So sorry that happened to you. I have been using boxed mixes for 20+ years and have NEVER sifted before. I use Duncan Hines. But this reminds me of the time I made a last minute cake for someone. I told them I didn't have any cake mix so they went out and bought it and brought it to me. I mixed everything and as I was about to pour into the pans, I saw little wiggly worms in the mix!!! GROSS!!! I called my customer and told them. It turns out they had bought the...
If your buttercream crusts, I think you could paint it on with a mixture of luster dust and vodka. I've never tried it myself but I read it on here a while back.
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