Do I Need To Stabilize

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c4k3m4k3r Posted 9 Aug 2017 , 1:14am
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hi all!  i am making a lion head cake.  i'll have a 9*13 cake as the first layer and two 10 inch cakes on top with the face of it in RKT (around 6 inch).  i know i have to dowel the RKT head as it will be small and a concentrated weight on the cake but should i also dowel the two 10 inch cakes on over the 9*13?  i'm afraid the weight of the rounds will squish the base cake.  thanks in advance! 

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bubs1stbirthday Posted 9 Aug 2017 , 3:22am
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Yes you do and you also need to put each tier on it's own cake circle for easy moving and supports of course for your dowelling.

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c4k3m4k3r Posted 28 Aug 2017 , 7:50pm
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Do I Need To StabilizeHere is the finished product. I used a cake board and dowels to support the lion head 

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c4k3m4k3r Posted 28 Aug 2017 , 7:51pm
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kakeladi Posted 28 Aug 2017 , 7:57pm
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Great work! :)

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c4k3m4k3r Posted 28 Aug 2017 , 8:01pm
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thanks!

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remnant3333 Posted 31 Aug 2017 , 6:32am
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Wow, you did an awesome job!! Who ever got that cake had to have been thrilled!!! Job well done!!

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c4k3m4k3r Posted 31 Aug 2017 , 5:46pm
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Thanks!  That's really kind of you. I was trying to find a way to link my instagram account to here but haven't been able to. I take on some pretty cool challenges with cake :)

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