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post #1 of 19
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HI ,,,,IS ANYONE OUT THERE HAVING A PROBLEM TRYING TO FIND THE CAKE TOPPER CASTLE.???

 

I HAVE USED THESE ON A FEW OCCASSIONS ,THEY WERE ALWAYS QUITE REASONABLE IN PRICE ,BUT NOW IVE FOUND THE PRICE HAS ESCALATED BEYOND REASONABLE .

 

IS THERE A REASON FOR THIS ,,THE PRICE HIKE HAS TRIPLED IN THE PAST COUPLE OF MONTHS ,

 

WAS WONDERING IF ANYONE KNOWS A SITE SELLING THEM AS IVE TRAULED THE NET AND CANT FIND ONE BELOW £60.00 THIS IS AN APPAULING PRICE .

 

HOPE SOMEONE CAN HELP ,

post #2 of 19

Caljava has them.

 

http://www.caljavaonline.com/castles1.htm

post #3 of 19
Why are you yelling? Is the CAPS lock on?

Sorry, I have no idea where to get one.

www.VeryDeliciousDesserts.com

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Delicious-Desserts/207874222593145

 

It's never "just cake!"

 

You may get a cake for $way to little but you won't get this cake!

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www.VeryDeliciousDesserts.com

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Delicious-Desserts/207874222593145

 

It's never "just cake!"

 

You may get a cake for $way to little but you won't get this cake!

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post #4 of 19
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funny arnt you !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

post #5 of 19
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ahh ,,thank you so much ,but need a uk supplier as the postage is quite costly ,,but thank you for your polite reply xx

post #6 of 19

Hi, I am also in UK and brought one of these from Craft company 6 weeks ago. I now have over 10 orders for my cake in different colours and cannot find them anywhere. Apparantly the suppliers have put the cost up for postage as many were getting broken coming from US to UK so thats why the cost has risen so high. I am trying to ring around as many suppliers as i can to see if any still in stock from old supplies locally. 

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Hi, I am also in UK and brought one of these from Craft company 6 weeks ago. I now have over 10 orders for my cake in different colours and cannot find them anywhere. Apparantly the suppliers have put the cost up for postage as many were getting broken coming from US to UK so thats why the cost has risen so high. I am trying to ring around as many suppliers as i can to see if any still in stock from old supplies locally. 

If I were making over 10 of them, I would disassemble one to use as a pattern, and start making them from flower paste! Saving hundreds and hundreds of dollars. 

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post #8 of 19

another way to do it is to get a foam cutter and make them out of solid foam--

 

a learning curve at first but you'd be very good at it by the time you did a couple

 

srsly though--check that out maybe

 

this is an american company that does sell to overseas with the correct electricalities but shoot their shipping is sky high and i'm in the states

 

www.hotwirefoamfactory.com

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post #9 of 19

Good idea thankyou. I have managed to source one more so far so will try it that way. Once ive got all the templates it should be plain sailing.

post #10 of 19
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thanks to all who replied ,yes the cost has risen out of all proportion ,but lucky mei have a local supplier which i found that has some old stock and sold the whole lot to me ,YIPPEEEEEE... i got 10 andneed them all for cake orders i have ,,,,,but wow did i get a great bargain ,,,,,,,,xxx again thanks to all you great people who took thetime to reply to my initial question xxxxx

post #11 of 19

oooh -- yay! love a good deal!!!

 

awesome

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post #12 of 19

I find it amazing that they have raised the price, since my clients were already unwilling to pay for them at $44 a pop. How much do you guys charge, if you don't mind me asking? 

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post #13 of 19
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im in Liverpool england .so the price wont be  in comparison to what you would pay or be charged .xx

post #14 of 19
Hiya, I am new to cake making. Basically I don't have a clue but I am going to attempt to make my daughters birthday cake so I have been out and so far spent about £200 on cake items from te tins to gum paste.

Anyway I'm from birmingham in the UK & today I was in my local cake shop (like a lemon) asking for all different items which I didn't know the correct names for lol. But I seem these on the display shelf and I didn't really know how you would use them as I'm not that experienced.

Maybe you could ring them and see if they deliver. It's icing world, Warwick road, Acocks green, birmingham. Google the shop. Sorry I am using my phone an don't know how to copy and paste direct link. I'm sure they was priced at £22.99

Hope this helps even thou you seem to have found some.

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post #15 of 19

Where exactly are you as I may be able to help.

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