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post #31 of 778
I was really proud of these two but I barely got any comments on them either.......they took me the longest too! Thanks for looking guys! icon_biggrin.gif
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post #32 of 778
I posted this one yesterday 1PM (Saturday), only 11 hits. I really love doing this one.



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post #33 of 778
I LOVE this thread. I missed a lot of amazing cakes. I'm glad I came here and was able to see them.

I'm posting one that I uploaded back in March when there were many server problems. I should have waited to post it, but I was anxious. Anyway, I made it for the Queen City cake and sugar art show. It won first place in the beginner novelty category. I am proud of it and wish more people had viewed it. TFL


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post #34 of 778
I recently uploaded this cake. I don't really ever expect many comments or views of my cakes cuz I am still new at this, but I love doing them!

Here is mine first wedding cake from this past weekend...................
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post #35 of 778
Here is one I did recently for a friend. It is just a simple cake, but I really like how it turned out.

http://www.cakecentral.com/cake-photo_1212450.html

I think cakes are being 'passed' over when they are posted lately because, for some reason, the front page is 'stuck' for long periods of time. They aren't rotating like usual at times, so many of the cakes are not being seen.
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post #36 of 778
I posted this cake Saturday night. It was my first fondant cake and I was inspired by kells_bells baptism cake. I copied it almost exactly...can't improve on perfection. icon_wink.gif I was thrilled with how it turned out...and so was my customer! She said the cake was "wonderfully moist" and her son thought the filling tasted like "warm ice cream"...which according to her is a very good thing! icon_biggrin.gif
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post #37 of 778
This is another cake I though will get many comments, it was a big hit at the party.

http://www.cakecentral.com/modules.php?name=gallery&file=displayimage&pid=1161881
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post #39 of 778
I'm so proud of these, I made these both for my boys birthday party, and it took me forever so I was kinda bummed when they weren't noticed this morning icon_sad.gif
I know they are nothing compared to the other beauties here, but I was still proud...
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post #40 of 778
I love this thread. I'm always amazed at how many wonderful cakes I miss even though I feel like on here all the time! icon_smile.gif

Here's one of my more recent cakes I was really proud of. It only got a few comments, but I appreciate that. There are so many cakes uploaded each day, it's hard for them all to get noticed. That's what makes this thread so great.

Thanks in advance for looking. I would love for some real feedback too about what could be improved...seriously...I can take it. I have a thick skin and I really want to get better. thumbs_up.gif

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post #41 of 778
I love this thread it was such a great idea who ever thought of it. Thank you!!!
I love watching others cakes and I'm so impressed by how many beautiful cakes I missed. And I just want to say how many hard working ladies out there with great talents.

http://www.cakecentral.com/cake-photo_1207373.html
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http://www.cakecentral.com/cake-photo_1217003.html
post #42 of 778
Here is mine.

http://www.cakecentral.com/cake-photo_171393.html

I really liked it, and doing it was a bit of a challenge, but it just didn't seem to get much notice.
post #43 of 778
I have two. Both are very simple disigns. Maybe they're just to plain. The one listed below is a simple white GP orchid cake. The one that is attached is a GP poppy which I deleted because it barely got noticed.


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post #44 of 778
I was so sad this gum paste figure I did got no notice at all. I had done one of my father just a couple days earlier and it has like 300 hits and several favorites. My mom.... nada. And she was soooo much more difficult!

Anyway, she's my 2nd gum paste figure. I'm prepping for my mother's 60th Birthday Cake. It will be a swimming pool cake and my mom will be "diving" into the pool.

Can't wait to put the rest of the cake together but in the meantime, here's my mom.
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post #45 of 778
Hello!

Here is an adorable cake I just found in the uncommented

http://www.cakecentral.com/cake-photo_1221120.html
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