We are proud to announce the most recent concoction by Dawn Butler of Dinkydoodle Designs’. The name of this latest invention is Cake Frame! Cake Frame is a state of the art, innovative internal support system for cakes. Cake Frame has been created with novelty and multi-tiered cakes in mind. Cakes that look extraordinary or astonishing when they are designed depend upon an internal support to be that way, Making these cakes as such was formerly achieved by drilling wooden boards (often MDF!), and sticking metal or plastic plumbing piping to these! These materials, and often other items used when designing cakes that way, aren’t designed to be used for food-use and shouldn’t be used in cakes!
Cake Frame solves this predicament perfectly, with no toxic materials, no drilling, no cutting or even gluing involved. This durable, reliable and easy to use internal support system for cakes will be a fantastic time saver in preparation and building time. Cake Frame is cost-effective enough to be disposable, yet durable enough to be washed in the dish-washer, one of the best things about Cake Frame is that it’s reusable.
Cake Frame’s clear, plastic rods and joints purpose is to intertwine flawlessly with each other, at 180 degrees, 90 degrees and even 45 degrees! This grants home bakers to create there most sophisticated multi-tiered cakes with confidence. Advanced cake decorators will be able to produce almost any design, no matter how advanced it is to create, quickly and easily! The secret behind this is Cake Frame’s hexagonal format. The pieces can be fitted together firmly and easily with no movement or struggles. This allows you to create away without having to be concerned whether or not the cake that is being designed will implode on itself at any time.
Cake Frame opens the entrance to the future world of cake designs, the only limit with Cake Frame is your inventiveness. So go on, try Cake Frame for yours and set free your imaginativeness!
The following points below are all only some of many positives that are displayed when using Cake Frame.