UNBOXING: Wilton’s Letters and Numbers Cake Pan Set

One pan, many possibilities. I call it Letters and Numbers Cake Pan Set just because it is easy to find in stores, but this product’s real name is Wilton’s Countless Celebrations. This versatile cake pan makes it easy to personalize any party to celebrate every special occasion.

This set includes:

  • One cake pan
  • One large rectangular insert
  • Two medium rectangular inserts
  • Three small rectangular inserts
  • Two square inserts
  • One triangular cake cutter that trims the edges

This pan set can bake more than 38 cake shapes:

  • Letters from A-z
  • Numerals from 0-9
  • Exclamation point
  • Question mark
  • Dollar sign
  • Personalized shapes you can design like robots, animals, and icons
Number 1 cake. Flipped side.

The pan features a unique grid guide pattern on the bottom to hold the inserts snuggly in place to keep the batter in the design area. After baking, the cake cutter trims the cake into clean, angled edges for easy decorating.

Is this set worth your money?

Yes. If you make birthday cakes most of the time, this is a very useful set especially when customers don’t know the design they want for the party. Some customers just want a cake and can’t think of a theme. You can use the first letter of the person’s name or the age.

No. If you rarely make birthday cakes or if your orders are mostly wedding cakes which calls for elegant designs with 2-4 tiers. In those cases, you can just bake a cake from a rectangular pan, then cut the sides according to the letter’s shape.

Where to buy the Wilton’s Countless Celebration Cake Pan Set:

AMAZON– Wilton’s Countless Celebration Cake Pan Set: – http://amzn.to/2FSlsk6

LAZADA PHILIPPINES Wilton’s Countless Celebration Cake Pan Set: https://goo.gl/6DGhEi

CAKE ARTS JEDDAH: Wilton’s Countless Celebration Cake Pan Set: https://www.facebook.com/CakeArts.JD/

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