Cake Turntable

Decorating By stephanie214 Updated 4 May 2005 , 3:49am by veejaytx

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stephanie214 Posted 4 May 2005 , 2:40am
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[i]After reading all the replies about back and neck pains, I decided to post my turntable that I made myself. It spins for round cakes and when I do sheet cakes, I just flip it over and the sheet cake spins. Do you think that I could corner the market on this? icon_wink.gif

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briansbaker Posted 4 May 2005 , 2:42am
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Hey, can you give your step by step? This is amazing. that look so neat!
I do not own a turntable and I am a shabby chic lady and love making my own things..Thanks..Nice!

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LAA Posted 4 May 2005 , 2:44am
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Wow, very cool and creative. I bought the Wilton turn table at Walmart and love it. It is not the tilting one. Those seem to make me nervous for some reason.


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Misska21 Posted 4 May 2005 , 3:46am
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What material did you use to make this? It is very cool!

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veejaytx Posted 4 May 2005 , 3:49am
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Sorry, Stephanie, it has already been done...I have one that I bought from my cake supply store and I love it! I do see something in yours that I like though, the distance between the two levels looks good to me, mine are only about 6 inches apart, and it seems that the extra height would be good!

Wish I'd thought of it too, you did a good job! Janice

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