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    Wedding cake steps

    What do most people use for weights to hold down steps?

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    Jamison04's Avatar
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    Jun 2011
    Tecumseh, OK

    Re: Wedding cake steps

    I used this idea in the link below that another forum member posted a while back. Works really well and it was a fun project to do. I used 4" PVC tho and it looked like I was making big pipe bombs. Lol

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    Sep 2011
    Gurnee, IL (North Suburban Chi-town)

    Re: Wedding cake steps

    I did the same thing, and I'm very happy with the results.
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    May 2010
    Western Pennsylvania

    Re: Wedding cake steps

    On mine i have two old 5 gallon buckets filled with cement placed inside.
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    Re: Wedding cake steps

    Thanks Jamison, great idea. I will do that!

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