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ShirleyW Says... 8 years ago

That is so sweet and very different. I see the cake pillars as support, but what plate did you use to attach them?

kayscake Says... 8 years ago

Thank you! It serves 50-60 11x15 double layer, I cut a wooden board and glued on cut dowel rods in the same positions as a round seperator plate

sprtd76 Says... 8 years ago

This is beautiful. I love it.

cakes47 Says... 8 years ago

This is really GORGEOUS!! Wonderful job!!

Ursula40 Says... 8 years ago

Awesome, care to share how you made this one. How big is it?

mug Says... 8 years ago

This looks incredible! How many does this serve?

MKPink Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful! How much do you charge for a cake like this?

cowgirl58 Says... 8 years ago

Really beautiful job - how do you make the hood on the carriage?

kayscake Says... 8 years ago

I assemble the cake and the bottom plate seperately,pack in two large boxes and put together on site.

kayscake Says... 8 years ago

This can be done one of three ways, 1st-as wilton instructions, grease the back of a bowl, cover with plastic wrap and ice with royal icing, let dry(2 weeks) remove from bowl, place on cake and decorate. 2- make a sugar mold in bowl and hollow out. 3- my favorite is to buy a cheap white bowl and cut it down to the size and shape you need and place it on cake and decorate. I've had done it all three ways. the plastic white bowl works the best as it does not add as much weight to the cake.

kayscake Says... 8 years ago

I charge $110.00, it is very time consuming.

nicoles-a-tryin Says... 8 years ago

How adorable!!! Everyone must of just loved it!!!! so cute!

Katskakes Says... 8 years ago

sweet!! very unique.

fabbo Says... 8 years ago

However did you make this?

cheekysweets Says... 8 years ago

how do you travel with this cake?

cowgirl58 Says... 8 years ago

Really beautiful job - how do you make the hood on the carriage?

kayscake Says... 8 years ago

This can be done one of three ways, 1st-as wilton instructions, grease the back of a bowl, cover with plastic wrap and ice with royal icing, let dry(2 weeks) remove from bowl, place on cake and decorate. 2- make a sugar mold in bowl and hollow out. 3- my favorite is to buy a cheap white bowl and cut it down to the size and shape you need and place it on cake and decorate. I've had done it all three ways. the plastic white bowl works the best as it does not add as much weight to the cake.

nicoles-a-tryin Says... 8 years ago

How adorable!!! Everyone must of just loved it!!!! so cute!

Katskakes Says... 8 years ago

sweet!! very unique.

fabbo Says... 8 years ago

However did you make this?

cheekysweets Says... 8 years ago

how do you travel with this cake?

sprtd76 Says... 8 years ago

This is beautiful. I love it.

cakes47 Says... 8 years ago

This is really GORGEOUS!! Wonderful job!!

Ursula40 Says... 8 years ago

Awesome, care to share how you made this one. How big is it?

mug Says... 8 years ago

This looks incredible! How many does this serve?

ShirleyW Says... 8 years ago

That is so sweet and very different. I see the cake pillars as support, but what plate did you use to attach them?

kayscake Says... 8 years ago

Thank you! It serves 50-60 11x15 double layer, I cut a wooden board and glued on cut dowel rods in the same positions as a round seperator plate

kayscake Says... 8 years ago

I assemble the cake and the bottom plate seperately,pack in two large boxes and put together on site.

MKPink Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful! How much do you charge for a cake like this?

kayscake Says... 8 years ago

I charge $110.00, it is very time consuming.


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