6 Inch Tall Cake, Internal Support?

Decorating By mamacc Updated 6 Nov 2007 , 1:25pm by SweetResults

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mamacc Posted 5 Nov 2007 , 2:33am
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I've done it plenty of times and it was fine. What I would do is hammer a sharpened dowel into the cake to keep it from shifting.


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wgoat5 Posted 5 Nov 2007 , 2:36am
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I make mile high cakes.....like 7 inch hummingbird..etc....I think you would be ok...if not heavy on the fondant....maybe roll the fondant just a tad thinner...OR even if you use a white chocolate fondant that can be rolled thinner....less likely to break the cake. BUT...Merissa do you really need our advice?? icon_biggrin.gif YOu are REALLY good!! icon_biggrin.gificon_biggrin.gif

I admire your work!


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SweetResults Posted 6 Nov 2007 , 1:25pm
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It depends - if I can separate it easily I do, or if it is not too big I just leave it on and cut away.

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