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I'm making a sinking Titanic cake.... Does anyone know what shape pans works best for the carving?

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Sabra

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What I did my cruise ship (aka 'floating hotel') a couple of years ago, I stacked rectangles 8X11's for the bottom and squares on the top. I did a lot of carving. I think that is about the only way to do it. http://cakecentral.com/g/i/1795955/a/1796955/floating-hotel/#order=1&albumId=1796955&nextId=1795958&prevId=false&imageId=1795955&imageESOId=573913&fullUrl=%2Fg%2Fi%2F1795955%2Fa%2F1796955%2Ffloating-hotel%2F%2F&fullSrc=http%3A%2F%2Fcdn.cakecentral.com%2F2%2F20%2F900x900px-LL-20f17c46_gallery7126231283746837.jpeg&thumbSrc=http%3A%2F%2Fcdn.cakecentral.com%2F2%2F20%2F50x50px-ZC-20f17c46_gallery7126231283746837.jpeg&description=&original=http%3A%2F%2Fcakecentral.com%2Fimage%2Fid%2F573913&setName=&urlSlug=floating-hotel

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“If I was made of cake I'd eat myself before somebody else could.”
Emma Donoghue

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“If I was made of cake I'd eat myself before somebody else could.”
Emma Donoghue

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Thanks- the b-day boy was happy!

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