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Yep you need dowels and dont forget the cake cards for the cake to sit on adds stability which you need.
Ok thanks off to see if amazon sell them, no shop here
You need dowelling rods (from a cake decorating shop) to stop the top layers crushing the bottom. Other than that there's nothing difficult about doing tiers.
I'm making dd a castle cake, ideally I'd like to do one small cake on top of a base square cake. What's the easiest way to do it so it doesn't just crumble into a big mess? Is it even achievable given that I'm a very crap novice cake maker?
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