How do you make cake boxes?


To make cake boxes, you need a 6-by-6-inch square of paper that will produce a cake box with a 2 1/2-inch square bottom. Fold one corner into the centre and unfold and repeat for each of the other three points. Crease all fold lines with wooden stick and repeat this step for the opposite side of the box. You can then add cellophane and ribbon to the box to give it a nice decorative look.
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A football cake can be made using a mold and brown icing. White icing can be used for the laces. Otherwise, bake a sheet cake and ice it green and decorate it like a football field.
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1. Use an oven friendly bowl to bake a round topped cake. Decorate and enjoy. 2. Target has a silicone baseball pan that runs about $15.00. You bake the pieces and put the cake together
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How to Make Your Own Cake Boxes
There is nothing worse than painstakingly icing and decorating a cake and having your hard work messed up while transporting the masterpiece. You can protect your delicate delicacies by making your own cake box to house the treats while you travel. You... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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