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I called logicpic today because I could not reach them on line and the lady informed me that her husband had past I was so sorry I didn't know but she was good about it, can anyone tell me of another supplier?
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mattcutter:1-888 Ask Bing (275-2464)

rapid supplies: 1-800-604-0313
post #3 of 9
Dollar Tree and Michael's.
Kelly G.
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This is going to sound really stupid, but I always see people are talking about them ..what is the purpose of them exactly?
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All of the Dollar stores in my area have them. Michaels is too expensive. I use them to make cake circles with instead of cardboard.
Dora Moreno
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Dora Moreno
If you work with your hands you're a laborer. If you work with your hands and your mind you're a craftsman. If you work with your hands, your mind and your heart, you're an artist
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Logicpic had the best bases. They didn't use regular foamcore you'd find in craft stores. Their foamboard was specially treated with a polystyrene coating (like a hard plastic) which made them grease resistant, washable and very sturdy. I only used them as a base for my heavier cakes. They came in every size and shape imaginable. I am on a quest to find someone who makes them. When I do, I'll post.
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check out foamboardsource.com, they are more expensive, but seem to be of the same quality as logicpic
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post #8 of 9
Walmart
post #9 of 9
I get mine at Walmart. A little over $2.00 for a 20 x 30 size. I don't know what they cost if you buy in bulk (I don't do that many cakes, so I just buy one as needed).

They are in the office supplies dept usually.

And CakeIMake - I use them as my cake board. I take a foam core board, cut it in half, glue the halves together and then cover with a plastic table cloth (they come in a ton of different colors). They are very sturdy and inexpensive so they can just be tossed after the cake is eaten.
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