Learn how to cover a cake board with fabric or material. What’s shown in this tutorial should work for just about every type of fabric as well as square or rectangular boards.

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  • Profile photo of peggy Medas

    thank you for that thorough demonstration

  • Profile photo of Macdacruz

    Hi Serdar,
    Thank you for sharing all these Technics. I am a Cake Designer for 40 years and I must tell you that I have learnt a lot with you. I am a perfectionist and with all your tips it helps a lot in my work.
    I will try to use this way of how to cover the board which I have never seen before. The Cellophane rolls used by the florists here, seems to be a bit more stiff than you show in this video. Yours look like plastic.
    Thank you for everything you show. GREAT TUTORIALS!!!
    Have a wonderful holiday season.
    Lena

  • Profile photo of Betty Critchlow

    IN the states i have never seen this done. Do you have this in PDF?? What kind of fabric do you use? etc..

    • Profile photo of Serdar Yener

      Sorry, we don’t have PDF for this. I am using velvet because the texture does not get any stains. You must have plastic sheet in between so that the cake has no contact with it.

  • Profile photo of Meena bhatt

    Hello sir, what kind of a board do you use ? In my country we only get thin ready boards that are covered in silver sheet, I mean they are normal and basic.

    • Profile photo of Serdar Yener

      I am ordering from laser cutting company. You probably go and get 9 or 12 mm wooden sheets and use jigsaw and cut your own. Watch the video from our website.

      • Profile photo of cebart

        Which video are you referring to? I definitely would not wish to cut those wooden sheets myself; I don’t have the setup to do so. However, perhaps I can have the store cut them for me. I watched the video on covering the cake board with fabric, and it was so amazing. Was that the video you were referring to?

  • Profile photo of Francisco Da Silva

    Hi!
    Do you have a video that explains how to remove the plastic when the cake is done? I think that i allresdy saw it but i can’t find it… Sorry.
    By the way, very nice tutorials. I just subscrived for a month to have a look to your payed tutorials and i have to say that thay are worth every cent. Thanks

  • Profile photo of Sherry Hunton

    Very easy to make,thanks

  • Profile photo of Stacey

    What is the diameter of the board used for 3d Olaf cake please?

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