[ETA] I'm re-doing my tutorials to make them more dA-friendly.
What would you say if I told you you could flawlessly layer a cake with a piece of string?
It's a piece of cake!
I spent $50 on a Wilton cake layering tool only to have it routinely fail, and eye balling it was always at least slightly imprecise, particularly on large cakes.
So I decided it was time to return to basics. This technique is perfect, and is not as time consuming as you'd think. I avoided trying this for years because I thought it would be too bothersome, but it's really not a fuss at all. It is now my go-to layering technique.
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