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MrsFinn
« on: January 06, 2011 04:34:18 AM »

I appolgise in advance if this is in the wrong section , anyway


what i want to do is make a giant fake cake,, its my sons 1st birthday next month and im looking to make this cake, out of cardboard or whatever, but im not sure on how to go about it, i want it to be like a 3 peir cake, but its finding or making something so each bits are big enough and if i use cardboard how to i get it round, (it has to be round cause i want it to be a round one lmao!!) and he has to big enough at least on the top one so it looks like hes popping out of it, anyone have any ideas on how id go about this and to create this giant 3 peir fake cake??


p.s this is my first post here ive been a lurker for ages lol!!
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« Reply #1 on: January 06, 2011 06:38:36 AM »

Quite a long time ago (20 years or so), handmade hatboxes were a popular craft.  Quite simple to make, and nice and round.

Do a Google search on "how to make a hatbox"

Basically, you start with a round piece of mat board, and and a long mat board rectangle that will be the side.  For the cake layer, you would need TWO round pieces.  You run a piece of masking tape all the way around the edge of the round piece.  Slash it down the one long edge and stick the little slashed pieces down to the round piece.  Then you slash the OTHER long edge.  These little slashed pieces are used to attach the side of the box the the circle.

Curve the rectangular piece and start fitting it around the circle, taping the two pieces together as you go.

Attach the other circle in the same way, then cover the whole thing with decorative paper.
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