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I also made 2 6" cakes, so my 2 co-workers could take these home to celebrate with their very pregnant wives, who weren't at the celebration we had for the guys at work.
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By Newbie
May 8, 2005
14" round pan plus two 8" rounds for the wheels.  The bow is just a ribbon bow placed on top.
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By KC2BeAgain
Jun 4, 2005
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By msbask
Jul 5, 2005
Baby girl carriage.
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By psurrette
Sep 6, 2005
I used the oval pans that came with the Wilton Course 2 kit to make this cake (three layers high) and a styrofoam floral ball cut in half, hollowed out, and covered in fondant for the hood.
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By kpalum2000
Oct 17, 2005
I made this last year for my daughter's 4th birthday.  It was very important to her for Cinderella to be wearing Snow White's dress and for Snow White to be wearing Cinderella's dress.  Hey, it was her cake, so I made it exactly as ordered!
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By kerririchards
Oct 26, 2005
Got the idea from this site (Thanks!!)  Everybody loves it!!!
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By cakesbyann
Nov 6, 2005
Cake for a co-worker's baby shower. Used Wilton carriage pan and impression mat for sheet cake - all buttercream.
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By susgene
Jan 18, 2006
This was a baby shower cake. A very large one. It's Two 12" stacked, and 2 6" stacked for the wheels. Took FOREVER!
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By Dedonk21
Jan 25, 2006
I made about 30 of these as favors for my sister's baby shower this weekend. I copied Antonia74's carriage cookies as the design (I love all her designs!!) They are no fail sugar cookies w/ royal icing.
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By katiedeva
Feb 10, 2006
This cake was baked in a Pyrex bowl and covered in MMF.  I airbrushed the fondant with pearl dust and added the lines in ivory.  The wheels and accents are all in gumpaste.  I didn't know how to get the gumpaste to roll out properly as I have seen on this site in other pics (letters made of gumpaste).  I couldn't get a long enough piece.  Any ideas would be welcome.  One wheel broke beyond repair.  I would probably use an edible image to do the door next time instead of painting it on.
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By frankandcathy
Feb 20, 2006
This is my take on Wilton's Traveling First Class cake.  Basketweave sides, fondant blanket and fondant baby.  Some royal icing roses and some fondant flowers.
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By suzyqqq27
Feb 26, 2006
When they say to use texture firm, now I know why...moist cakes fall apart!!  What started as a fairly simple Debbie Brown inspired baby buggy turned into a nightmare  Thank goodness for the fondant (barely) holding it together!  It was a disaster...
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By wyatt
Feb 28, 2006
Baby carriage stand is made of a wood base and pullies for the wheels attached to wooden dowls.
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By laronas
Mar 7, 2006
Baby carriage cake for a baby shower.  A 14 inch round and 2 six inch rounds were used.
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By strait123
Mar 9, 2006
This is a cake I made for my sister's baby shower.  The cake is vanilla tinted pink and is frosted in buttercream.  The baby's name, Taliyah Chanel, is on the side.
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By farmwife726
Mar 9, 2006
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By mscatdoc
Mar 9, 2006
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By KC2BeAgain
Mar 20, 2006
This is a practice cake of the cake I will be making for my sister's baby shower
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By SavannahJane
Mar 21, 2006
Witon Baby carriage pan.  Board is covered with tissue paper and scrapbook paper with contact over that
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By MaraCarter
Mar 26, 2006
Carriage shaped cookies I made for a baby shower.
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By Misska21
Mar 28, 2006
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By amandasweetcakes
Apr 7, 2006
Baby carriage for baby shower
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By julibel
Apr 11, 2006
These were for a baby boy shower.  Cookie cutter on buggy and bottle.  Hand-cut on rattle.  Roll-out cookie dough recipe and Royal icing.
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By Mac
Apr 15, 2006
I made this cake for my daughter's 6th birthday and her Great-Grandma's 88th birthday.  I used the Wilton Sports Ball cake, MMF, rolled buttercream and the Wilton buttercream to decorate the cake.  The figures were purchased at the local Disney Store.  I was very pleased with the way it came out.

Diane
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By didivella
May 1, 2006
First official order!! Yippee! I was so nervous but excited. I could not get the basketweave tech. down - it's so hard for me. It was all buttercream frosting and I thought it came out ok for my first order. Everyone awwed over it so I guess they didn't notice the flaws. I got the idea off of this website so BIG thanks to all of you who have posted these!  Not a hard cake but it did take me a very long time.
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By esqui
May 26, 2006
Made this on request of a colleague.  Wanted to feed 50 people.  I honestly can't remember what I used.....you can see the problems, I'm sure...started the writing too far to the right.  Also, the back edge of the carriage dips a little.  Oh, well.  She was happy with it, I guess that's what matters!
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By karateka
Jun 22, 2006
I found this design in a Wilton book but it was designed with Rolled Fondant.  I was told that there was to be NO fondant on the cake so needless to say, I iced and decorated the cake with Buttercream Icing.  The carriage is made from Gum Paste decorated with royal icing.  I made two carriages.  It's a good thing because I broke one.  They are very delicate!  The whole cake was challenging but very fun!
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By Steady2Hands
Jul 3, 2006
The color of the icing and carriage looked very close at home.  I didn't realize there was such a difference.  Next time I'll add a little color to the Gum Paste.
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By Steady2Hands
Jul 3, 2006
This is the William and Sanoma pumpkin bundt pan. The cake came out of Debbie Brown's Fairy Princess book. The cake is covered in fondant and the accents are in gumpaste. This was a real treat for Natalie's 5th Birthday
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By siblingsweets
Jul 7, 2006
I forgot to use this picture it shows the mice!
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By siblingsweets
Jul 7, 2006
Here is another shaped cookie I made for a friends baby shower.  It's covered in MMF and royal icing.
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By Chef_Mommy
Jul 29, 2006
cupcakes are base iced with a cake icer then smoothed.  Then I used a basket weave to make the woven texture of the carriage.  The baby is piped with a #10.  The blanket is done with a ruffle tip.  Wheel details are done with a #22.  Decorative stripes are done with a #104.  & ducks bows and blocks are sugar lay-ons
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By jsmoliks
Aug 6, 2006
I tried to do this cake by matching the picture on the baby shower napkins.  It didn't come out perfect, but she loved the cake.
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By Beccam
Aug 6, 2006
Baby carriage, white/pink BC basketweave & cornelli lace, BC roses - I have also done it in blue or other pastels.
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By bkdcakes
Aug 8, 2006
I made this cake for my baby shower. Although no one wanted to ask me to make my own cake, they all wanted one of my cakes!! All BC except the color flow wagon wheels.
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By Melvira
Aug 20, 2006
I made this cake for a baby shower at our church.  I used the Wilton baby carriage pan.  It's a chocolate cake with bc and mmf accents.  The bottle and carriage cookies are sugar cookies covered in rolled buttercream.  They were a big hit at the shower.
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By casebit
Aug 22, 2006
when you have a shower for 2 nurses that work in a nursery, many ladies attend, this fed them all. double layer 13"
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By linzcakes
Aug 23, 2006
Carriage cake for a co-worker's shower. Used a 14" round and two 7" for the wheels.  All buttercream except for royal icing daisies in the center.  I got great inspiration from similar cakes on this website!
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By cakeshy
Aug 28, 2006
This was for a celebration at work.  My thanks to CC members that helped me find the inspiration picture I was looking for.
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By Newbie
May 8, 2005

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