Step 6: Fabrics

Now it's time to wrap your cake. As this was a very temporary structure, our fastening method was packing tape.

Start off by taping fabric to a corner -- then drape around the cake, taping along the way. Once you've gotten back to that corner, cut off the excess and secure the loose ends with a little more tape.

Repeat for the top tier starting on the same corner (so you can hide it later).
<p>Are all of you moderators and famous people like near and/or living near each other? I mean here you know Ewilhelm, and each other&nbsp;gives presents to others so you must be living next to each other. ??? Was this website started by a group of friends who were geeks, and who knew and lived near each other?</p>
lol! strange instructable! but has anyone seen on family guy whare someone cuts one of these cakes in two? hahaha! it was disturbing!
hahaa i know what a waste of a cake ... and a stripper
Hmm i wanna make a re-useable one so when the person tries to get in it doesn't BREAK. "coughs" ERIC! "cough"
Hahaha that pretty much completes me. =)<br/>
Dare I ask who the "strippers" were? They seem to have gotten a bit stuck...
i never understood. a cake? :-| ?
A stripper cake ;)
Why wasn't I invited to the party? You guys leave me out of everything =[<br/>

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