Tt Cake Tiers

Decorating By mommynana Updated 3 Nov 2010 , 1:55am by pmarks0

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mommynana Posted 3 Nov 2010 , 12:29am
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can i put 3- 10"cakes on top of a 9" for the bottom tier of a TT cake and 3 -9" on the second tier or should the sizes be different thanks

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pmarks0 Posted 3 Nov 2010 , 1:55am
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You want the bottom tier of a three tier to be smaller in diameter than the tier about it? What size is the top? I'm not quite grasping what you're describing.

You can make a topsy turvy where each tier is made up of the layers of the same size and then cut the top layer at an angle to make the TT bit. Or you can make it so that each tier is made up of three layers of decreasing size (ie. 10, 9, icon_cool.gif where you would carve the tier sllightly to even it out. If you do the latter method, then you could make the tiers as follows: bottom (10/9/icon_cool.gif middle (8/7.6) top (6/5/4) where the bottom layer of each tier is the same size as the top layer of the next tier (if that makes sense).

If you look at my photos, you'll see the topsy turvy I did like that.

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