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post #31 of 70
This answers a lot of questions I had. Thanks everybody!
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post #32 of 70
Just because I am a nut...who is search challenged....

Can anyone post a link to the specific plates and columns that I would have to order from any website? Any size - I just want to see the pictures.

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~Val~
And yes.... I am shaped like <--- that M&M... cute huh?
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~Val~
And yes.... I am shaped like <--- that M&M... cute huh?
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post #33 of 70
and I'm glad I'm not the only one having issues with images.. what the heck is up?? 1/2 the time my avatar isn't there anymore.. icon_confused.gif
post #34 of 70
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Originally Posted by jkalman

1/2 the time my avatar isn't there anymore.. icon_confused.gif



Your avatar flower is gorgeous. Is it real or gumpaste?

-Debbie B.
post #35 of 70
If someone would like to see a picture of a cake whith a very thin border using SPS, this was my first one (actually, my only one). You don't need a lot to cover the edges of the plate. The cake is covered with fondant and the borders are buttercream:

http://www.cakecentral.com/modules.php?name=gallery&file=displayimage&pid=1263776
post #36 of 70
That cake is very beautiful Solecito.. but I consider that a thick border.. I'm attaching a picture to show what I mean by thin. The cake was made by Cake Girls but they have a flash site so you can't link to a page.

Debbi B.. Thank you for the compliments on my flower.. it is infact gumpaste. icon_smile.gif
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post #37 of 70
Try the smaller plate..I think that will help a lot!

btw, I LOVE LOVE LOVE your quote!!! hahaha!

My other wish list was SPS plates that are 3-4 inches. Has anyone had a request for a very small cake topper like that yet? Its the big rage here...a 4 inch cake top instead of a 6 inch.
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post #38 of 70
LOL.. thanks Lorie.. we watch Chowder here on a regular basis.

Most people like the way the 6" cake look as a topper. You could always just put that on when you get to the venue with regular dowels. They do need to make a 4" plate.
post #39 of 70
Does using this take away from the serving count?
post #40 of 70
No, not in my opinion. The amount of cake that gets squished into the legs is neglible. I don't take it into account when calculating the serving sizes.
post #41 of 70
I just used the SPS for the first time this weekend and it went very smoothly. No damage, and very tiny bead border. I used plates 1 inch smaller than the cake, because that is all they had!
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Beginners, be sure to parrot advice and get your post count up as fast as you can. After all, it's not what you know, it's what people THINK you know.
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post #42 of 70
I'm a newbie, so I appreciate your patience with my question.

How do I know how many pillars to use for each cake size?

Thanks,
Kimm
post #43 of 70
Quote:
Originally Posted by KimmW

How do I know how many pillars to use for each cake size?



Four:
https://www.bakerycrafts.com/ItemSearchResults.aspx?SrchStr=sps
post #44 of 70
CWR41,
That takes me to a page with the list of plates only. What am I missing?

Kimm
post #45 of 70
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Originally Posted by KimmW

CWR41,
That takes me to a page with the list of plates only. What am I missing?

Kimm



They are photos showing that four pillars attach to all plate sizes.
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