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post #16 of 17
Stand.. icon_redface.gificon_redface.gif didn't check my dictionary this time. English is not my first language.
I understand your comment. As I said, I don't sell, and the cakes I made are not that extreme large, so I understand a stand might not be manageable for some occasions. And yes..personal preferences can differ so much.
post #17 of 17
Someone asked what can be used to cover boards......
freezer paper. contac paper (shelf liner that is tacky on one side); even wrapping paper as long as it is thencovered with plastic wrap OR the cake is placed on a cake circle the same size OR one size smaller (it should not show as the boarder will cover it.). Some people are using press N seal (a type of plastic wrap).
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