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post #16 of 18
I just made my first topsy turvy a few weeks ago and used the hole in the middle and it was super easy. I am a newbie and I just made a 8 and 6 for fun using the WASC. Used 3 layers on each tier. Next time I want my angles to be more extreme but I thought it was a great first shot. Pics are on my profile page.
post #17 of 18
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Posted: Tue Jul 12, 2011 2:55 am Post subject:

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so for th topsy turvy cake, (the cut in method) does it have to have the plates in between or can this method also work with just dowels? which do you prefer?



I used just a 6in cardboard cake board that was cut slightly smaller than the top layer and just fit it into the hole on top of a few dowels. Since it sits flat it's not much different than a normal stacked cake the angles are just there.
post #18 of 18
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Thanks for the feedback - I really appreciate it. icon_biggrin.gif I think I'll just buy Sugarshack's DVD, since I'm sure it will answer the many questions I still have about this method.
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