Cut Edge Cake Cards are 1mm-1.5mm thick lightweight cake boards designed for light sponges, gateaux, cupcakes, desserts etc. Cut edge cards are so-called because they are cut from larger sheets of food-approved cake card, so the edges and underside are unfinished.
Cut Edge Cake Cards are very inexpensive so are only available in packs of 10 and full packs (50 or 100 depending on size of board) of round or square cards. If you've never used these before please note they are quite flimsy and not recommended for anything other than light sponge or cream cakes. Popular with schools, colleges and busy trade customers as they offer outstanding value.
Cake Stuff source all our cake boards from the UK's top two manufacturers - we do not import cheap cake boards. All Cake Stuff cake boards are manufactured to British Standards in fully licensed, hygienic UK factories. What's more, all our cake boards are sprayed with a microscopically thin film of invisible, odourless and totally flavourless antiseptic wax which prevents any bacterial growth. This, combined with our own hygienic storage and handling, allows us to sell single cake boards safely - simply wipe lightly before use.
PLEASE NOTE . . . all cake boards are traditionally hand finished so please allow a certain amount of variation in size and finish. Please also note that the special food-approved paper covering may be in either "fern" (see cake drums) or "maple" (see hardboard cards) finish. Shaped cake drums are largely hand-made, so variations of up to ½" in overall size should be allowed with larger sizes from around 14" upwards. Small folds, creases, scratches and dents in the covering paper and a natural "bend" on thinner cards are all features occasionally found in the hand-finished product and are not considered faults.
Please also note actual thickness of cut edge cards may prove slightly less due to boards compacting in storage (often stored several hundred deep).
NON-UK CUSTOMERS PLEASE NOTE boards over 10" are too large for Air Mail. Similarly, full packs of boards are normally too heavy for Air Mail.