Stacked And Tiered Different Shapes

Decorating By SamiIam Updated 1 Jul 2020 , 4:59am by kakeladi

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SamiIam Posted 30 Jun 2020 , 3:49am
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I am making my first wedding cake. It will be a 12 inch square and stacked 8 inch square with an 8 inch raised tier. I am having trouble finding a square separator plate and round separator plate that line up for the columns. Any suggestions? 

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kakeladi Posted 30 Jun 2020 , 3:54pm
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You can put a sq cake on a round plate.  

The way I read your message I see no need for a s plate.  

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kakeladi Posted 30 Jun 2020 , 3:58pm
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What is your need of a sq?  Am I wrong?  You want to stack a sm sq on a lg sq then tier a round above that  

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SandraSmiley Posted 1 Jul 2020 , 12:27am
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Samilam, I almost have the impression you are referring to plates with column separators.  Is that correct?  I am not really sure what you are trying to achieve.

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kakeladi Posted 1 Jul 2020 , 4:56am
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Aawww Sami I just noticed this is your first post on this site so you will not be able to reply to any post so if you have anything to say just start a new post referring to this one.  

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kakeladi Posted 1 Jul 2020 , 4:59am
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Sorry we didn’t realize it before  Don’t hesitant to start a new post WE understand the problem and will follow up trying to help you solve the issues:)  

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