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Ok thanks to everyone..ill figure it out

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What about doubleing up the tiers from 14,12, and 10" to make them 6" tall vs only 4" tall?

Ask people how easy that is to serve. It's a NIGHTMARE! Your cake slice can't be longer then the plate.....and it takes a surgeon hours to divide that up so it doesn't look like mush slapped on the plate.

 

Ya gotta listen to what the pro.s are telling you, if you want to look professional.

It's not if you do it in 3" tiers, stacked and iced together! You bake 3 of each size, and flavor, then torte them and use 3 layers per "tier" and them stack the 2 same size tiers together. It is really a 6 tier cake, but 3 of the tiers are the same size of the tier under it. KWIM?

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Where's that like button?

 

Anna, I love your quiet, shrinking violet self.

LOL! Thank you!

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It's not if you do it in 3" tiers, stacked and iced together! You bake 3 of each size, and flavor, then torte them and use 3 layers per "tier" and them stack the 2 same size tiers together. It is really a 6 tier cake, but 3 of the tiers are the same size of the tier under it. KWIM?

OH....DUH.....now I get it.            I haven't done a 3" tier since like the 80's.       

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It's not if you do it in 3" tiers, stacked and iced together! You bake 3 of each size, and flavor, then torte them and use 3 layers per "tier" and them stack the 2 same size tiers together. It is really a 6 tier cake, but 3 of the tiers are the same size of the tier under it. KWIM?

OH....DUH.....now I get it.            I haven't done a 3" tier since like the 80's.       

hahahaha! I am doing one right now! But it also has a 4" and a 2" A remake of a popular one on Pintrest right now.

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