Will This Work?

Decorating By JanDunlevy Updated 21 Nov 2012 , 8:10pm by mallorymaid

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JanDunlevy Posted 21 Nov 2012 , 7:17pm
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AI want to do a birdcage cake using 10 inch rounds. I would like to stack 3, possibly 4 using the SPS between each two layers. I would then like to carve a top cake for the dome. Is this too much weight for one cake? I would use a cake plate or board between the dome and the top two layers. SPS if necessary. Any ideas or comments would be greatly appreciated as I always tend to want to make cake defy the odds! Will be traveling about 30 minutes away with cake.

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mallorymaid Posted 21 Nov 2012 , 8:10pm
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With the proper support it should be okay, the birdcage cake in my photos was 3 8" rounds (4"high each) and another 1/2 as high 8"round, I used the wilton wonder mold pan for my top, supported each 4"layer with cardboard circle and bubble tea straws then a centre dowel through the whole cake, travelled 2 hours with it no problem. 

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