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post #16 of 108
Thanks for sharing those sites, they are terrific. I once decorated a Christmas cake with some Christmas decorated cookies I had on hand and I loved how it looked. I think cookies look very nice on cakes.

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post #17 of 108
Well, this is how I started "doing" cakes. Perhaps your little muffin might enjoy this too.
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post #18 of 108
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Cute cake, Helen! Love what you did! Thanks for sharing your thoughts too! I am so clueless with cakes that I figured they were covered in fondant as they were so smooth. It didn't even dawn on me that it was buttercream! icon_lol.gif (Oh, I have so much to learn!)

Mommyle - That is a perfect cake for her to decorate on her own! Thanks for sharing that! That will be a great start!
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post #19 of 108
Wow! Seeing those gorgeous cakes w/ cookies makes me want to leave work and go home and bake! Thanks for posting the sites.
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post #20 of 108
Thanks for sharing all those awesome cookie/cakes! I really like the way they look. Maybe someday i'll try one. icon_smile.gif
post #21 of 108
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Gosh, Amy! It looks like you are just one small step away already! Look at how cute that cake is in your avatar! In the thumbnail, it certainly looked like cookies to me! Very cute!
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post #22 of 108
icon_lol.gif Tracy it's so funny that you say that, because when I saw my avatar in this thread I thought to myself, hey I bet I could have done this cake with cookies instead of fondant. icon_lol.gif That would have been cool. Maybe next time.
post #23 of 108
i try to only do cookies. it's so hard to switch over from cookies to cakes what with pans and boards, from icing to frosting. at the bakery i work at, they order my cookies sometimes to put on cakes. so, even though the cookies are mine, i cannot take credit for the cake!!
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post #24 of 108
OMG!!!! That is WAY too cute!!! You should TOTALLY get collaborative credit!!! As in "C & C by Blah and YOU"!!!! WOW!
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post #25 of 108
That cake is SOOO cute kneadacookie! I love it!! In a few monthes I will be making a jungle cake for my son't birthday-might have to give this a go....Thanks for the great ideads everyone!
post #26 of 108
kneadacookie....I love your cookies on a cake. What fun that would be to eat also. To me, that is an, all edible cake.
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post #27 of 108
I don't do cookies but these sites & pics make me wanna try lol! Thanks for sharing.
post #28 of 108
Why would anyone want to put cookies onto a cupcake? They look great on the cake as you would take them off before serving. But what about putting the cake in the fridge, the cookies would go all soft???
The two tier cupcake just makes me ask why again? Just because you can dosen't mean it is a good idea. icon_sad.gif
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post #29 of 108
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Originally Posted by sara91

Why would anyone want to put cookies onto a cupcake? They look great on the cake as you would take them off before serving. But what about putting the cake in the fridge, the cookies would go all soft???
The two tier cupcake just makes me ask why again? Just because you can dosen't mean it is a good idea. icon_sad.gif
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Cakes or cookies are best left at room temperature, unless they contain a perishable filling.

It's a beautiful fun idea I think. I wish I had that much talent.
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post #30 of 108
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Originally Posted by sara91

Why would anyone want to put cookies onto a cupcake? They look great on the cake as you would take them off before serving. But what about putting the cake in the fridge, the cookies would go all soft???
The two tier cupcake just makes me ask why again? Just because you can dosen't mean it is a good idea. icon_sad.gif
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The cookies don't "go all soft", don't worry. I've had them attached to cakes overnight in the fridge up to 2 days, no problem. You might even be able to go beyond that time frame.

And why? Because it's fun to have decorations that are pretty, tasty and edible too. icon_confused.gif Kind of an easy answer, no?


Kneadacookie.....your collaborative cake is to DIE for! (It was "just a cake" until you added those amazing cookies. I say that makes it "yours" as well. icon_biggrin.gif )
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