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Thread: How do you store CAKE LAYERS?

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    I use scrap booking boxes for lots of sewing projects and fabrics. They stack easily, keep the dust out and you can see what is in them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kathdavis View Post
    Yep, the scrapbook storage containers are $3.99 on Saturday from 7 AM to noon at JoAnns, or they are $2.99 at Michaels on Saturday from 8 AM. to 10 PM.
    I bought those last week at $5.99 w/20%off military discount...specifically for my layer cakes. Only wish I bought a few more as they work great as project (WIP) boxes...holds a 12" block nicely.

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    I don't know about your family but with our family there isn't any cake layers left to store! We ate it all. LOL

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    Ditto! I use the scrapbooking storage containers. Got mine half price at Micheals.
    P.S. they are acid free!
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    I'm new here so maybe it takes up too much room, but I've been using the clear rectangular boxes from the bakery dept. in the supermarket. I mark what they are in terms of size but the colors , - each color loosely folded - speak for them selves.

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