Need Help W/ Baby Carriage Cake!

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Genny_yummies Posted 20 Jun 2008 , 3:36pm
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I'm making this cake for my sister's baby shower on July 5th.
I will be using a 10" round for the baby carriage and 2-6" rounds for the wheels. I really like the idea of decorating each cake individually on their own boards and them place them on a larger board to make the carriage come together. However I will be traveling with this cake about 100+ miles. I'm afraid of the round shifting during the trip. Has anyone done this before or is it better to just set them all on the larger board (with some bc) and decorate them as a whole. Do I make sense?
Any insight would be greatly appreciated.

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Meemawfish Posted 20 Jun 2008 , 3:59pm
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Hi, I've done the carriage with 14 inch rounds and 6 inch wheels but I did it all on a foam board cut to length. It might work with each separate board but I think you have more of a chance of them slipping. Just make sure to put a little bc on the board before putting cake on it. HTH icon_biggrin.gif

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