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I have a bride who would like a 3 tiered stacked square wedding cake. I only have circle masonite ones that i got from a place that is now no longer in business. The cake is for October 13th. I been hearing about 1/2" foam core boards. Is it easier to make your own or purchase pre-made ones? I have searched and found one source, but they seem expensive for a 16 or 18" ones. icon_eek.gif

Any suggestions is greatly appreciated.
Thanks!
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post #2 of 3
If you're asking about the base board instead of internal support boards, I'd use plywood.
(or search for drums.)
post #3 of 3
My local lumber store cute plywood for me. It's very inexpensive.

Sometimes I cover it with foamboard if I am covering it with light fondant
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