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Topic: What to Charge for Cake? 3d Dog
Savvysavingstephanie 08/24/2012 3:14 PM
What should I charge for a cake like this? Its made with 2 sheet cakes.
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preetscake 08/24/2012 3:27 PM
It really depends on where you are located and what people are charging for cakes and your own expertise..But I would charge atleast $5 per serving for this.Imagine doing all that fur with grass and star tips!!!
Savvysavingstephanie 08/24/2012 6:48 PM
Thats the actual cake I made today for my friend. But I wasn't sure how much to charge actual people. It will feed atleast 15 people.
preetscake 08/24/2012 7:12 PM
It should be around $80-$100 in that case...that turned out very cute!
(But if you carved it with 2 full sheet cakes,then I think it would definitely serve more than 15 and more than 100 bucks)
ginnyl 08/25/2012 10:49 AM
I would agree..a minimum of $100 to $150 for all that work..and by the way, it is beautiful
ginny
childerbrand 08/25/2012 3:00 PM
If you needed to try to decrease your labor you might try using the 3D ball pan. Fill one half of the pan full to make a larger shape for the body, and the other half not as full to make a smaller shape for the head. You will still have a bit of carving to do but not as much as sheet cakes. Just brainstorming here! Carving and piping is ALOT of work, I completely agree with everyone else. Your cake is adorable! Great job!
lexysexy 08/25/2012 3:59 PM
That dog is sure cute. I would charge at least $100.00 for that cake, too much work.
Savvysavingstephanie 08/26/2012 6:27 PM
I charged $40 for this cake because it was for a Friend.. But she gave me $60 because she loved it so much! I thought it was sweet of her. I wondered how much to charge for cakes because I am getting into selling more and people asking me to do them. So I wasn't sure how much to charge. Thanks for your help.