Purse Cake

Decorating By georgiapuddinpie Updated 3 Jun 2009 , 8:33pm by TooMuchCake

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georgiapuddinpie Posted 25 Apr 2009 , 6:25pm
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Thinking of doing my first purse cake for my MIL birthday. I have two left over 10" rounds in the freezer already, so wanted to try and use them. Thinking I may just do the shape with the rounds halved and on their side. Here is my question - How do you get them to stand up and can you fill them like that? or will they slide down?
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TooMuchCake Posted 3 Jun 2009 , 8:33pm
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It's probably too late to give you an answer, but yes, you can make a purse cake with the rounds halved and standing on their cut sides. I did it with a 9" round made into a make-up bag. To help insure that the cakes leaned against one another for support, I cut them at a very small angle and placed them side-by-side with the angled cut causing them to lean into each other, rather than away from each other. Gravity can be our friend. icon_smile.gif


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