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post #16 of 18
Quote from OP........ figured...it was my buttercream..., because my Wilton teacher actually told us never to use non crusting buttercreams, because you'd end up with all sorts of problems.....end quote.

OH how I hate when such MISinformation is given out from someone who is suppose to be in the know! icon_sad.gif
Look through my pix - you will see some 80% of my cakes are made in b'cream - most of that is non crusting. That so-called 'teacher' does not know how to use b'cream!
What a shame you were given so much wrong information!
post #17 of 18
With a properly supported cake, a large flower will not cause shifting.....!!!
post #18 of 18
A full length wooden dowel may help a stacked cake from moving from side-to-side (2 full length dowels are even better), but the info provided by denetteb is the correct way to stack and stabilize a cake.
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