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oh god are you lot that bored?! Go bake some cakes or something :lol:

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Can't do anything a minute tiddy, waiting for my ganache to thicken. Your Elsa is beautiful btw, Leah would adore her. icon_smile.gif
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*giggle*

 

loving all the frozen jokes!!

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Has anyone cut a 3mm cake board before? Bought one to cut to a number one shape, but it's VERY thick... 

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I was waiting for the gas man for a safety check lol so yeah I was bored lol
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Has anyone cut a 3mm cake board before? Bought one to cut to a number one shape, but it's VERY thick... 

Yes - me.  We got the wrong size board for the top cake in my avatar.  It did cut quite cleanly but was a slow job as I recall.  I think I had to use poultry scissors.

 

Kathy

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Kathy, don't know what poultry scissors are but I guess I've got quite a cutting job to do! Argh... Hmm or maybe get hubby to do it :-D

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Has anyone cut a 3mm cake board before? Bought one to cut to a number one shape, but it's VERY thick... 

I thought of doing it with my number cakes but I ended up putting rhem direct on the drum. It would of been too awkward to cut and then try to seal the cake cards.

Lovely cake tiddy.
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Siany, I didn't think the cake cards needed sealing because I've seen cut edge cards (where the edges are exposed) being sold?

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What do you think? It good enough. Please be honest.






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Looks fab Siany! Is it another class or an order. Either way, it's really good.
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Looks fab Siany! Is it another class or an order. Either way, it's really good.

Thanks. It's to put up for orders on my FB. page. I made them last year but just for friends and family.
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Fab cake tidds.


How the cake going maisie?

I love it siany.
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Siany that's beautiful!

Tiddy brilliant Elsa well done I love her !

Maisie how's it going ? I'm going to do a loopy bow with spirals on the top of my zebra cake. Bow been drying since earlier and I'm going to place the zebra print on like you said maisie, but should I place bow on then put black on or black first or then bow ?!
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Hi Chezz - that looks like a .

Jo - I was looking on Ebay for something the other day and I saw a zebra onlay - if you google it you will see the item.  It might give you a starting point for how to lay up the stripes.

Kathy

Thanks Kathy I will do a bit of Google tine as that's the last bit to do !
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