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post #16 of 27
what a cool website!! Thanks for sharing!!
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post #17 of 27
The snow cone cups are a GREAT way yo do the single serve cuppie thing at say a festival or a fair or farmers market. Hmmm... ;>]
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post #18 of 27
Thanks fro sharing this graet Idea thumbs_up.gif
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post #20 of 27
i've tried a couple of these options but find the cupcakes don't sit well in the boxes. if the box is at all turned or tipped, the cupcake turns and tips too. hmmm. would love to figure out how to make that not happen.

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post #21 of 27
mom42ws, are you putting anything else in the box with the cupcake? I've found that filling in the "dead" space with other materials keeps the cupcake more stable.
Just a thought.
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post #22 of 27
i've tried tissue paper but that just seems to get in the frosting.

ashley
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post #23 of 27
I haven't tried to package the individual ones yet but have got a box from Walmart in cake deco department that will hold about 6 cupcakes with the see through top that works great. You can't find them all the time though so I try to keep a look out for them. icon_biggrin.gif
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post #24 of 27
thinkgarnish.com has great ideas, but i think they are a little overpriced.
i am looking for away to deliver cupcake bouquets. they are so top heavy. I always end up having to ask someone to help me. Last time I delivered them my father in law was holding them and dropped an entire bouquet. i was ready to cry.
post #25 of 27
chefperl - have you seen the thread about transporting cc bouquets, it was a couple of months ago.
using a cake box, remove the lid, cut a circle in the lid the dimension of you pot about 3/4 the way up your pot and setting inside the cake box?

HTH
post #26 of 27
Has anyone tried the sundae cups? (like the size of a small sundae from Dairy Queen) I thought they would be the right size (the lid wouldn't squish the icing), and you could tie a ribbon around the base?
post #27 of 27
I've always liked this site:

http://www.brpboxshop.com/bakery_boxes/cupcake_boxes.html

They have cupcake box inserts that hold your cupcakes in place so no shifting will occur. They even have sizes available for mini cupcakes and extra large cupcakes.


Unfortunately, you have to order in cases of a 100. But their prices seem reasonable and they ship everywhere (with free shipping in the U.S. yay!)


HTH =]
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