At the beginning, a friend bought me a clay cake board. They are amazing. I love them. I found more at a cake shop an hour away, so I have a lot. I don\'t mind giving my cake board to a regular customer or someone who lives nearby. However, what should I do for customers and people who live in the distance for the first time? I have one for someone 40 minutes away. From her son\'s last birthday, she still has my cake board and will take it with her when she picks up this year\'s cake. I really want to put her cake on something I don\'t need but I don\'t know what it is. Cardboard can\'t be lifted. Even if I stack them thick, they allow enough bending to break the frost. So, what do you use and how much do you spend? Where did you get it? ~ ~ Jenni ~ Ragen ~ 14 Rachel ~ 10 Bethany ~ 5 Hope ~ 9/17/13 the sweetest board on the BBC ~ Cake decoration! Look at my cake on FB! I used a regular cake plate for non-relatives. . . But according to the weight of the cake, I put 2 or 3 pieces of cake board to support (and wrap them). If the cake is particularly heavy, I will buy a thick and expensive cake board in michales. . Those who have only 2 packages ( They are beautiful for weddings and special occasions. I don\'t know how the horse muffin board fell. Let Me Google it. Thanks to my little man. . . Miracles will happen! ! ! Did I tell you I like baking? ! /Group/109663035792365/plywood! I bought it with the sheets and asked them to cut it off at the logging ground. I got a lot of boards for about $12 each. I just added the cost to the cake. Mom gave Kendal to 4N (ASD), C (SPD), D, and C (ASD) Although some of you are thin, you all have fat hearts, and that\'s what matters. I have a few plywood sheets but they are all deformed. This is how I opened the package. ~ ~ Jenni ~ Ragen ~ 14 Rachel ~ 10 Bethany ~ 5 Hope ~ 9/17/13 the sweetest board on the BBC ~ Cake decoration! Look at my cake on FB! I got 1/2 foam core from Hobby Hall ( Depending on the cake, it is thicker sometimes) But I\'m not sure if this will be cheaper than plywood unless you take the coupon. Small cake (usually a reg. 2 tier) I got foam boards from my Dollar Tree, cut out the circles and pile them up. I used 3 cardboard cake boards ( I\'m lazy if it\'s for my family, and sometimes I do it anyway) But on your right they bend and buckle and I broke a lot of cream this way. I never really thought about plywood, coming from a family with a cabinet business, and I just always thought they would be distorted too. Kendal- How long will they last before you have to throw them away? I can buy some very cheap plywood so it\'s a great idea! What do you cover plywood? Mom\'s favorite cake for B 07/10/04, J 04/10/07, A 02/25/10, A 06/03/11 and I 11/03/12? ? Look at my Facebook! Depending on the cake. But I tend to have 4 boards under the big board. Then under my cake, I put one on the Frost, then collect it on the packed board with a little frost, and you can put a deposit on the blackboard. They will last forever. Cover with wrapping paper, shelf paper, plastic wrap and fudge, plain foil. . . Really! I have been eating for several years. Strong and cheap! Mom gave Kendal to 4N (ASD), C (SPD), D, and C (ASD) Although some of you are thin, you all have fat hearts, and that\'s what matters. Cardboard x3, covered with fudge, wrapped in ribbon. A lady who made the cake here has a \"material deposit \". If she doesn\'t get all the supplies back in so many days, she will keep the deposit. If she takes them all back, she will destroy or return the check. I think it\'s a good idea because I don\'t want to worry about it being lost or never coming back. K & T wed 8/06- RLL born 2/09WML produces 5/13 pieces of gold 8/14 On 16w3d cardboard for smaller cakes and plywood for larger cakes. In addition, I also charge a deposit to plywood, cake stacker system, foam plastic dummy, stand etc. I make sure to get my supplies back in a reasonable amount of time. When I didn\'t get them back, I charged weekly. In my contract. Mom showed my cake to two beautiful girls! Okay, I\'m thinking about buying mud boards. Yes, cardboard is easier because they just throw it away, but do you just use the clay stone at the bottom or do you use it under each cake? If so, what do you cover it? Do u cover it? After my cake disaster a few weekends ago, I need to rethink something. I don\'t want this to happen again! Jen-41 DH-38 Meranda(93\'), Hannah(96\'), Preston(99\') Claire and I, My Rainbow 7-26-2010!