Topsy Turvey

All done in fondant with ribbon roses and curls.

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Sorry, and thanks. I used the dowel method, but I think next time I'll use styrofoam wedges. It took me awhile to get the angel of all those dowels just right. After placing cakes on, I tucked white fabric around the dowels to hide them, and then stuffed in the tulle.

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I love this, tried to make one over the weekend with BAD results, may try this method of construction next time..I actually like the look of this better than others I have seen. You would get a more uniform serving size as it was cut. ...thanks for the inspiration! I have considered a seperation very similar to this...I would like to have angled seperators cut from PVC pipe that would support the plates...but as you said, determining the angles...

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Really beautiful, and I love it that you didn't actually cut the cakes. How did you prop them up, it looks great!

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WOW!! This is awesome! You do great work!! I've always wanted my mom to make my wedding cake (getting married this September) and really think the tilted cake would be perfect. She and I have both been trying to figure out how to do one. I honestly think yours is one of the best ones I've seen! Can you offer any information on how you did this amazing cake? Please email at: rhinmariposa@yahoo.com. Thank you so much!!!

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OH this takes the cake !!! i had to look at it 2-3 times, anyway on earth you would give the directions, oh please !!!! this is unbelievable, can you explain a little more about the dowel's, are the cakes on cake plates and stacked like you would a regular cake, except that they are are extreme levels? i am confused and i want so bad to make one, please help , you can email me at leopardgirl2wild@yahoo.com,,, or post it here, thanks so much for your time,,,,,,,

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This is postively stunning. I too would love instructions for doing this kind of cake. I have one for May 20th and really like this method best. I have heard it is best not to tilt more than 20 degrees. My question is how do you keep the cake from sliding off of the board it is on. Do you not cover the board with anything? please if you can offer any more details email me at foster@clinton.net thanks so much.

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I didn't design this cake but I'd like to offer some directions on hoe youcould do it: 1. Triple up the bottom cake board, I hot glue three together than wrap in fancy foil. 2. "Glue" the first tier to the board using royal icing (dries harder, not greasy) 3. Place a round piece of waxed paper on the top center after doweling as you would for a normal stacked cake, followed by a cake board that is at least an inch smaller in diameter than your next tier. Continued . . . .

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I love this cake!!! its my favorite! please email me the directions I try make one. Thanks!!!

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just like everyone else i think your cake awesome can i join the rest with asking for detailed instructions thanx e-mail nancyrodriguez2@verizon .net

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Sorry, and thanks. I used the dowel method, but I think next time I'll use styrofoam wedges. It took me awhile to get the angel of all those dowels just right. After placing cakes on, I tucked white fabric around the dowels to hide them, and then stuffed in the tulle.

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Really beautiful, and I love it that you didn't actually cut the cakes. How did you prop them up, it looks great!

on

I love this, tried to make one over the weekend with BAD results, may try this method of construction next time..I actually like the look of this better than others I have seen. You would get a more uniform serving size as it was cut. ...thanks for the inspiration! I have considered a seperation very similar to this...I would like to have angled seperators cut from PVC pipe that would support the plates...but as you said, determining the angles...

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This is postively stunning. I too would love instructions for doing this kind of cake. I have one for May 20th and really like this method best. I have heard it is best not to tilt more than 20 degrees. My question is how do you keep the cake from sliding off of the board it is on. Do you not cover the board with anything? please if you can offer any more details email me at foster@clinton.net thanks so much.

on

WOW!! This is awesome! You do great work!! I've always wanted my mom to make my wedding cake (getting married this September) and really think the tilted cake would be perfect. She and I have both been trying to figure out how to do one. I honestly think yours is one of the best ones I've seen! Can you offer any information on how you did this amazing cake? Please email at: rhinmariposa@yahoo.com. Thank you so much!!!

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OH this takes the cake !!! i had to look at it 2-3 times, anyway on earth you would give the directions, oh please !!!! this is unbelievable, can you explain a little more about the dowel's, are the cakes on cake plates and stacked like you would a regular cake, except that they are are extreme levels? i am confused and i want so bad to make one, please help , you can email me at leopardgirl2wild@yahoo.com,,, or post it here, thanks so much for your time,,,,,,,

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I didn't design this cake but I'd like to offer some directions on hoe youcould do it: 1. Triple up the bottom cake board, I hot glue three together than wrap in fancy foil. 2. "Glue" the first tier to the board using royal icing (dries harder, not greasy) 3. Place a round piece of waxed paper on the top center after doweling as you would for a normal stacked cake, followed by a cake board that is at least an inch smaller in diameter than your next tier. Continued . . . .

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I love this cake!!! its my favorite! please email me the directions I try make one. Thanks!!!

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just like everyone else i think your cake awesome can i join the rest with asking for detailed instructions thanx e-mail nancyrodriguez2@verizon .net

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WOW, this is a great idea for making a topsy turvey! It's such a pain to trim the cakes, and this looks just as beautiful!


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