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post #16 of 26

Thank you for this post!!  I was really stressed about a cake I have to package.  Thanks for the visual!!

post #17 of 26
Thank you!! I have a 2 tier cake that the customer wants to pick up herself so this is wonderful!!
post #18 of 26

Gosh, thanks for sharing heartsnsync! Finally found the solution to deliver 2 tier cakes! =)

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post #19 of 26

You are welcome! I was stumped myself and did not want to eat into my profits either so this is what I came up with.  I use this method on all two tiered cakes or cakes taller than what will fit in a standard cake box.

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post #20 of 26

Wow! Thanks a million heartsnsync!! This will help a great deal.

 

I didn't want to spend extra on those taller boxes.

post #21 of 26

Thank you for sharing Heartsnsync!!! So helpful especially with the visual pictures you have kindly submitted...

 

In the UK mentioned by someone else with have Cake Extenders which normally have to be supported with something else to prevent the wobble effect.

 

I've also seen on this site that from you guys in the States something you call "Cake Safe" which we don't have in the UK, but I think its expensive (from what I read)....so I prefer Heartsnsync method any day which is very cost effective.

 

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post #22 of 26
Thank you for this
post #23 of 26

Glad I could help. Believe me, I was glad I figured something out as all those extra gadgets eat into the profits don't they? icon_eek.gif

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post #24 of 26

curious, you are not using 'saran' type wrap are you? is this cellophane like for easter baskets?

post #25 of 26
Bakeabox sells tiered cake boxes
http://bakeabox.com/tiered-cake-boxes/
post #26 of 26

Yes, the see through wrap on the front is the wrap like used for gift baskets.  I have been able to find it at the Dollar Tree for $1.00 a roll which usually covers several cakes per roll - very economical.  All in all, using this method usually costs me less than $1.50 per customer delivery which is much cheaper than any specialty boxes or even regular boxes I have priced at suppliers. HTH

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