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Transporting a 3d Spongebob cake

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i am attempting to do a siting 3d spongebob cake for a child organization. I will be putting dowels in the cake as well. Is there any advice for transporting the cake so it won't fall?
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I don't know the dimensions of your cake, but you might be able to use a flange screwed into your board (center it in the middle of the cake) and put some pvc pipe up through the middle (cut a hole through your cake layers and cardboards) and stack with dowels. That will give you added stability.

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Thanks for your response. The cake is going to be two 9x13 sheet cakes cut in half, with cake boards between the levels. I was thinking about taking the top part off "where the sponge part stops and the white part of his pants start" and have it reconnected at the venue.
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You will transport it complete.  I responded to your PM and will send you pics and instructions when I get your email address. 
 

Cake disasters are like childbirth...you swear you'll NEVER make another cake but soon the pain is forgotten and you are elbow deep in BC again.
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Cake disasters are like childbirth...you swear you'll NEVER make another cake but soon the pain is forgotten and you are elbow deep in BC again.
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