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MikeRowesHunny Says... 8 years ago

For parties I'd say the 1.5in size, for weddings, nearly always the 1in, unless it's going to be served as the dessert, then they tend to go for the 1.5in. Hope that helps!

JaneK Says... 8 years ago

fantastic idea..thanks for sharing this!

boonenati Says... 8 years ago

bonjovibabe, this is a fantastic idea, i had done the same but with cardboard, but they're very hard to keep them in one piece. This is soooo much better. Looking for a carpenter now ; )

cambo Says... 8 years ago

Great idea! Which do you find is most popular between the 1.5x2x4 and 1x2x4?

tthardy78 Says... 8 years ago

This is a great idea!!

Lenette Says... 8 years ago

That's a really cool idea! I think a visual like that would be very helpful for consultations. How did you make them?

MikeRowesHunny Says... 8 years ago

They are just blocks of wood cut to the stated sizes (my OH got the carpenter guy at work to do this for me!), then I painted them up very simply with acrylics and sprayed them with clear varnish.

jsmith Says... 8 years ago

Thank you! I will keep these for reference and then make my own.

springlakecake Says... 8 years ago

Awesome idea! That would be very helpful for consultations

pinkorchid50 Says... 8 years ago

this is down right accurate. that's the best way of putting it. thanks for sharing

whtrbbt420 Says... 8 years ago

Functional and cute !

simply-cakes Says... 8 years ago

What a wonderful idea!! Thank you!

tyty Says... 8 years ago

Good idea, I'll have to make some for my next consultation.

dinkadoo Says... 8 years ago

Fabulous idea!

SweetResults Says... 8 years ago

Super idea!!! Thanks!

Monica0271 Says... 8 years ago

What a great idea. Wow I love this idea. Thank you very much!

jenwright Says... 8 years ago

What a great idea. Will show my DH to see if he can do this for me!

koko4min Says... 8 years ago

This is a fantastic idea, so much more professional looking. Love it.

wolfley29 Says... 8 years ago

Thank you for the idea. I wonder if it would work with some sort of styrofoam?

kdsgyrl Says... 8 years ago

What a great idea! Thank you!! :)

Monica0271 Says... 8 years ago

I just wanted to let you ok that this is really helping me. Thank you so much.

cupcakegirl27 Says... 8 years ago

This is a big help. Thank you for the idea.

JavaJunkieChrissy Says... 8 years ago

To me this is beyond brilliant! I am very visual and need things like this ...thanks!

asul Says... 8 years ago

thanks so much,this is very helpful :D

MarisaA Says... 8 years ago

Thanks for sharing...what a great idea. :lol:

asul Says... 7 years ago

thank you so much . :D

CarolAnn Says... 7 years ago

This is a good visual. I can't imagine a 2x2 of a layered cake other than a torted sheet cake. That's a huge serving in a layered cake!

cakesuzette Says... 7 years ago

How smart. I love this idea!

Cake_Princess Says... 7 years ago

This is a really cool idea...

jenwright Says... 8 years ago

What a great idea. Will show my DH to see if he can do this for me!

MikeRowesHunny Says... 8 years ago

For parties I'd say the 1.5in size, for weddings, nearly always the 1in, unless it's going to be served as the dessert, then they tend to go for the 1.5in. Hope that helps!

JaneK Says... 8 years ago

fantastic idea..thanks for sharing this!

tthardy78 Says... 8 years ago

This is a great idea!!

Lenette Says... 8 years ago

That's a really cool idea! I think a visual like that would be very helpful for consultations. How did you make them?

MikeRowesHunny Says... 8 years ago

They are just blocks of wood cut to the stated sizes (my OH got the carpenter guy at work to do this for me!), then I painted them up very simply with acrylics and sprayed them with clear varnish.

jsmith Says... 8 years ago

Thank you! I will keep these for reference and then make my own.

springlakecake Says... 8 years ago

Awesome idea! That would be very helpful for consultations

pinkorchid50 Says... 8 years ago

this is down right accurate. that's the best way of putting it. thanks for sharing

whtrbbt420 Says... 8 years ago

Functional and cute !

simply-cakes Says... 8 years ago

What a wonderful idea!! Thank you!

tyty Says... 8 years ago

Good idea, I'll have to make some for my next consultation.

koko4min Says... 8 years ago

This is a fantastic idea, so much more professional looking. Love it.

SweetResults Says... 8 years ago

Super idea!!! Thanks!

Monica0271 Says... 8 years ago

What a great idea. Wow I love this idea. Thank you very much!

boonenati Says... 8 years ago

bonjovibabe, this is a fantastic idea, i had done the same but with cardboard, but they're very hard to keep them in one piece. This is soooo much better. Looking for a carpenter now ; )

cambo Says... 8 years ago

Great idea! Which do you find is most popular between the 1.5x2x4 and 1x2x4?

dinkadoo Says... 8 years ago

Fabulous idea!

wolfley29 Says... 8 years ago

Thank you for the idea. I wonder if it would work with some sort of styrofoam?

kdsgyrl Says... 8 years ago

What a great idea! Thank you!! :)

Monica0271 Says... 8 years ago

I just wanted to let you ok that this is really helping me. Thank you so much.

cupcakegirl27 Says... 8 years ago

This is a big help. Thank you for the idea.

JavaJunkieChrissy Says... 8 years ago

To me this is beyond brilliant! I am very visual and need things like this ...thanks!

asul Says... 8 years ago

thanks so much,this is very helpful :D

MarisaA Says... 8 years ago

Thanks for sharing...what a great idea. :lol:

asul Says... 7 years ago

thank you so much . :D

CarolAnn Says... 7 years ago

This is a good visual. I can't imagine a 2x2 of a layered cake other than a torted sheet cake. That's a huge serving in a layered cake!

cakesuzette Says... 7 years ago

How smart. I love this idea!

Cake_Princess Says... 7 years ago

This is a really cool idea...

kathys90 Says... 7 years ago

Clever idea! Thanks so much!

CakesByAmbjer Says... 7 years ago

Thanks for posting this! Is it okay if I print it out and show it to a potential wedding cake customer that I'm meeting with this week?

cinjam Says... 7 years ago

Thank you - this helps a great deal.


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