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post #16 of 24
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Grippy!That is brilliant! Would have never thought of that! I am bringing my sons birthday cake from New York to Michigan- wish me luck!! (driving 10 hours...)



Wishing you a very safe trip - and yes, i will keep an eye out for your cake when you post a picture.

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post #17 of 24
I have seen these carriers @ amazon.com also. HTH!
post #18 of 24
I have been checking out these carriers at stores lately but haven't bought one cause I already have carries.

I think I might break down though, I love how deep the cupcake part is as I always have issues with my cupcakes falling over in the other carriers. Plus I never even considered taking the trays out to use for taller cakes icon_smile.gif

I am in Canada but have seen them in Winners and HomeSence so you may want to check your local stores icon_smile.gif
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thanks for all your help guys...here it is!!
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cant get the picture to attach, but its uploaded to my pics on CC.
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post #21 of 24
I have this cupcake carrier, it would also work for a tall cake I would think. The lid is collapsible so you can choose if you want it to be tall or short.

http://www.amazon.com/Progressive-International-Collapsible-Cupcake-Carrier/dp/B002C741M2
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post #22 of 24
Ooh, have to agree with everyone on the Cupcake Courier! I had been eyeballing it for some time on Amazon, and then found it one day at Costco for only $15. I LOVE it. It haven't had the need to use it for anything but cupcakes, but I do use it often. The corner locks are awesome, and I never have any fear of it breaking open. I take it to work a lot, and get lots of compliments on the carrier alone. In addition to functionality and sturdiness, it looks really cute. Oh, and ditto on the grippy stuff too! I have been using that stuff for a long time in my car, underneath cake boxes, platters, etc. For transporting ANYTHING that I don't want sliding around. I keep a few sheets of it in the storage compartment in my van. I know the dollar stores carry it, but I bought a HUGE roll of it at Costco for cheap. It's also marketed as shelf liner and can be bought at any home improvement store. Oh, also works as an excellent tool for loosening impossible to open jars!
post #23 of 24
On the topic of the 'Cupcake Courier' (made to hold 36 cupcakes) it's worth noting that it does NOT hold tall cupcakes. A cupcake with a piped swirl of icing will just fit, provided it is quite a low swirl. I have one, and for very low/flat cupcakes it is good. I have also used it to transport a small two-tier stacked cake. It is pretty sturdy. I just wish the designer had allowed more head-room for cupcakes.
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Soph917- Just saw it at Costco yesterday. I can't believe they have it for so cheap! Its really cool
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