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Round grease proof corrugated card board cake boards in various diameters
Several round grease proof cardboard cake boards stacked
Flat top down view of round grease proof corrugated card board cake board
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Cake Boards, Round, in Grease Proof Corrugated Cardboard

Southern Champion

Regular price $1.00 $0.49 Sale

Grease Proof Cardboard Rounds for Cake Decorating and Dessert Displays.

  • Corrugated cake circles are perfect supports and make a sturdy foundation for all of your cake decorating needs. 
  • Grease proof wax coating eliminates buttercream grease stains and can be wiped clean easily after icing. Wax coating is on one side only.
  • Comes in a variety of sizes, from 6"-18" in diameter, and the single wall corrugated thickness is 1/8" tall.
  • Made in the USA
Suggested Use
  • For single tier cake decorating, choose a bottom presentation board 2 inches larger than your cake. This leaves room for icing and borders and also provides air space between the finished cake and your box sides to prevent the box from touching and damaging your icings.
  • When stacking cakes, for upper tiers, choose a board that is the same size as your cake or trim your boards with scissors to match the size of your cake. This will make the board flush with your cake and after stacking, the raw edges of the board can be easily covered with a beautiful border.  For the bottom tier, choose a board 2 inches larger than the bottom cake for final presentation.
  • Same sized boards can be glued together, creating a stronger base for your heavier cakes.  Pro-tip: Turn the boards so that the grease proof coating is on the outside (both top and bottom) and the raw corrugated brown side is sandwiched and glued together in the middle.  For added strength, turn one board 90 degrees so you have a cross grain.  (This means the grainline runs up and down vertically for one board, but side to side horizontally for the other.) This creates a more rigid board less likely to bend at any point.

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