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post #16 of 58
gracias por compartir amiguita thumbs_up.gif
post #17 of 58
Wow, that was a great tutorial for a topsy turvy cake.
post #18 of 58
thank you so so much
post #19 of 58
Arnab, lo que no entendí fue como los montastes. Dices que usastes una base en acrílico para los 2 cakes de abajo y palitos para montar el tercero???

Yo tengo ese libro y ella no hace el hoyo para montar los cakes uno encima del otro. Me llama mucho la atención como ella los monta, pero me da mucho miedo que los cakes se vayan a resbalar.
post #20 of 58
That looks SO much easier than the other way! TFS! Maybe now I'll find the courage to attempt a TT.
post #21 of 58
Thanks for the great instructions!!! icon_biggrin.gif
Stephanie
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post #22 of 58
Me parece menos complicado que otros tutorials que he visto!
Nunca lo he hecho!! A ver si ahora un dia de estos me animo a tratarlo con este tutorial!!
Thanks so much!!
Suerte!!
Aitza
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Suerte!!
Aitza
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post #23 of 58
Thread Starter 
Cake Designs, Este es el equipo que utilizo para el montaje. La base de acrilico que ves se puede sustituir por dowels de los mismos del tope pero el corte debe ser derecho no en diagonal como para el de arriba. Cada cake tiene una base de carton. Si te da miedo aun asi le puedes pones un pedazo de una malla plastica que se vende en Wal- mart o k-mart que se usa para ponerle a los gabinetes ens como un foam enrrejillado. Esto ayuda a que noresbale. Tambien venden algo parecido para las alfombras y se puede utilizar. Otra cosa es que estos cakes yo los monto en el lugar de destino. No los transporto montados. Es bien importante que los dowels seal plasticos y fuertes pues los de madera si son los palitos de pincho con el peso se parten. O de madera bien gordos o de plastico. Espero que te haya aclarado tu duda.

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post #24 of 58
arnab, I am not getting something. Usually with pictures I do a lot better understanding. But, once you make the cut it seems like you should be frosting a raw cut angled top. icon_confused.gif What is that angled top you are putting back on that makes a nice finish to frost? I'm not getting it. Hope I can get it. I'm going to try and do a whimsical this weekend for my 6 year old! Do you mind working with me a little here? Thanks! I hate it when everyone else is getting it! icon_confused.gif
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post #25 of 58
That looks easy enough to try, thanks for sharing!
post #26 of 58
Thread Starter 
Hi cocobean.

Once you cut it you end with two pieces that will be put together again. The bigest of them will carry the icing on top. Then you put the other smaller part on top. You just rotate it so the thinner parts will match. There is no waste cake with this technique. Hope this help.
Ana
post #27 of 58
That is really good. Love the finished cake too!
post #28 of 58
Ohhhhhhh, o.k. I don't think I realized you were ROTATING the top cut piece and putting it back on. I get it!!! Thank you sooo much. That makes sense. I don't think I thought about doing that when I was just trying to figure it out in my head. Can't wait to try it!
...talk about your childhood wishes, you can even eat the dishes!
"Come inside", said the bird to the mouse. I'll show you what there is in a treathouse.
(licensed and inspected home kitchen)
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...talk about your childhood wishes, you can even eat the dishes!
"Come inside", said the bird to the mouse. I'll show you what there is in a treathouse.
(licensed and inspected home kitchen)
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post #29 of 58
What do you use to support the top layer?

eta: just went back and reread, sorry. Thanx so much for sharing!!
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post #30 of 58
Arnab se ve muy facil como lo cortas y queda bien desnivelado. Lo que no entiendo son las mesitas para el montaje las patas son todas iguales icon_eek.gif , para estos cakes venden unas especiales, te funcionan bien esas?

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