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post #16 of 21

hi guys, this will be my first time to make castle cake , and im not yet decided what to use for the tower . maybe i'll go for the paper towel tubes and use fondant. :)

post #17 of 21

wow thank goodness I found this thread. Will be attempting a Princess castle cake soon... was so unsure how to go about it til now

Thanks Everyone 

post #18 of 21

I don't see a problem using RKT and covering 3 weeks ahead. I'm using papertowel roll and pringles cans with icecream cones. Now my niece baked cupcakes in the cone. Not sure how that would work? Please let us know how it turns out.

Diane

post #19 of 21
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Bad picture, but...I am a fan of the ice cream cones. The are very durable and stable, and don't require as much work at RKT.
post #20 of 21
FYI, I knew IMMEDIATELY how it was done, if that matters. If I were to use this method, I would use strips of fondant to pad the intents to make it smoother, or add a brick print to it to make it look like stonework.
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post #21 of 21
Set some little birds on them or something to make them look more like they are supposed to be there and aren't just a stack of cones covered on fondant. Great idea though. 3 boxes of cones are much cheaper than Wilton's kit.
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