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Disecting a cake from a picture

post #1 of 7
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Looking for opinions on this picture of a "Tangled " cake. I keep looking at this picture trying to figure out if each tier is 2 cakes each. Any input would be helpful.
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post #2 of 7
they both look like 6" layers to me, three 2" rounds torted and stacked. o.o
post #3 of 7
Thread Starter 
So far I have made 2- 10" cakes for the bottom and made 1- 6" cake that only measures 3 1/2". I guess I need to make all tiers 6".The top must be what you are talking about torted? The place I got the picture said that the tower was rkt. Should I make it a smaller cake and then put rkt for the remaining length of tower?
post #4 of 7
To me it looks like 2-10" cakes and 2-8" cakes, but if you wanted to smaller you could do 2-8" and 2-6". What the gray part of the tower looks like to me is a upside down terra cotta flower pot covered in fondant (maybe that's what they did. Line a flower pot the size you need with cling wrap, pack in some RCT , and pull it out once it's "molded"...cover with BC and add your fondant. Top could very well be RKT as well.
post #5 of 7
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Originally Posted by debidehm

To me it looks like 2-10" cakes and 2-8" cakes, but if you wanted to smaller you could do 2-8" and 2-6". What the gray part of the tower looks like to me is a upside down terra cotta flower pot covered in fondant (maybe that's what they did. Line a flower pot the size you need with cling wrap, pack in some RCT , and pull it out once it's "molded"...cover with BC and add your fondant. Top could very well be RKT as well.



What is RCT? Rice Krispie Treats?
post #6 of 7
Yes...Rice Krispy Treats. When I wrote RCT it was a typo.
post #7 of 7
Thread Starter 
Thank you all. I finished it not exactly as picture but it turned out great.
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