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Carrot cake with fondant, and gumpaste roses.
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By Tamanna
Oct 20, 2005
Several cakes from this site inspired this one.  Thanks to everyone who gave me suggestions on how to fix my booties.  They turned out great!! I painted them w/luster dust.  Flowers and clothes are fondant.  Iced in BC.

TFL!
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By sugartopped
Oct 23, 2005
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By Tamanna
Oct 20, 2005
My father is in the Dry Cleaning business.  This year for Christmas I made him clothes cookies in sugar, chocolate, and gingerbread.  They decorated the tree in the store with these cookies ornaments (edible) on wire hangers.  Then I made him another 150 additional decorated clothes cookies to give away to the customers' children.  Some were red/green and Christmassy and some were non-Christmas colors for the families who didn't celebrate Christmas.
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By bonniebakes
Jan 17, 2006
these are some more of the 150+ cookies I made in December - beforeI put on the hangers.
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By bonniebakes
Jan 17, 2006
here's one more that shows some of the gingerbread cookies, too.  All of the recipes were form kitchengifts - all great!
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By bonniebakes
Jan 17, 2006
My thanks to Connie of Heavenly Delight Cakes for her help!  You are an inspiration!
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By golfgma
Jan 21, 2006
These are some of the dresses and shirts that I made last night as practice with some left over cookie dough and my first batch of Antonia's Icing.  I wanted to make clothes for my father to take in to work at his Dry Cleaning store.  Other than the green dress - which I put my finger in - I was pleased with the results.
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By bonniebakes
Nov 12, 2005
2-Tier cake covered in MMF with fondant decorations and trim.  Border was a shell border with hand-made fondant buttons over the shell.  All decorations were hand-made from fondant and applied to the cake with royal or vanilla.
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By CakesByEllen
Mar 21, 2006
This is my version of the oh so famous clothes line cake. I wanted to use both blue and green frosting so I tried not blend it to much. I used chocolate trasfers for the clothes. I need to work on writing straight.
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By jenurator
Mar 28, 2006
This was the 1st time I used fondant & I must say... it was a pain in the rear! I couldn't get the fondant to lay flat w/out creasing on the sides. I was thrilled w/ the outcome of the whole cake! Everyone loved the cake at the shower. The cake was a 3 layered 3 tiered iced in bc then covered in fondant. The layers were choco, strawberry & vanilla (like neopolitan). This was a huge hit!
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By ajeffery2001
Apr 23, 2006
I had to coordinate my cookies and my daughters prom dress!
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By chriscrites
May 5, 2006
6" & 8" rounds frosted in buttercream with MMF baby clothes and buttons. First time making baby shoes which are painted with pearl luster dust. Fabric ribbon for shoe laces. (Thanks to cali4dawn's bootie tutorial.)
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By KimAZ
May 7, 2006
Inspired by many other versions here at CC. Fondant clothes, buttons, blanket, bear, rattle, clothespins & letters. Booties are marshmallows covered with buttercream.
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By KimAZ
May 20, 2006
dark chocolate cake with fresh strawberry cream on top.  cream cheese almond pound with lemon cream cheese on bottom.  Covered in MMF with gumpaste baby booties on top.  Put a little too much filling on the top layers and had trouble with it wanting to slide around a little causing the MMF to scrunch some.
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By srmaxwell
May 21, 2006
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By regymusic
May 27, 2006
I made this for a girlfriend's shower.  My first time making & using MMF, great fun!  From the Wilton 2006 yearbook.  Also my first time using Baker's Butter Cream, a recipe I got from CC!  EVERYTHING was eaten!
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By wyatt
Mar 14, 2006
mmf trees, tub- chocolate on chocolate cake covered in chocolate fondant. base- vanilla sheet cake cut in half and stacked BCI
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By kjb
Jun 7, 2006
This is my thrid time doing this type of clothesline cake. I'm trying to vary the borders and clothes a tiny bit each time just so it's not exactly the same. 6" & 8" rounds frosted in buttercream.  Fondant buttons, clothes and baby shoes.
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By KimAZ
Jun 8, 2006
This is frosted in bc with mmf details. The baby shoes are mmf.
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By shenninger
Jun 9, 2006
My first "paid" fondant cake-designed to go with shower invites. I think I could enjoy these kinds of cakes if I did them more often-I'm terribly slow since I do them so infrequently. Inside was chocolate cake filled with raspberry cream.
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By saranac2000
Jun 20, 2006
This cake was inspired by tammiemarie.  I made this for my sister's shower.  This was my first "airbrush" cake.
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By katrich00
Jun 24, 2006
I got this idea from a few cakes on this website.  The clothes, basket, and tree leaves were made from fondant.
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By TToomer
Jul 4, 2006
I have been wanting to do this cake since the first time I saw so many of you try it. I was pretty happy with the way it turned out.
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By chefdot
Jul 27, 2006
This is a 6" and 8" MMF covered cake based on the Wilton Yearbook.  The clothes are cut out of fondant using the Wilton "people" fondant cutters.  The clothes are then outlined with buttercream.
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By Dennisclan
Aug 7, 2006
This is a 3 teir cake covered in fondant. The babies are hand molded out of gum-tex and fondant with the help of a toothpick.  Everything else is also decorated with gum-tex and fondant.  I wish i had known to make my fondant thicker, it think it would have laid flatter/smoother if i didn't roll it so thin.  This cake was a blast to make!  The big yellow bow was added at the mom-2-be's request, i felt unsure of it all along...
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By sherrialex
Aug 18, 2006
Well... I had a lot of fun making the fondant bear, clothing, buttons and wooden posts.  But, unfortunately, I rushed through icing the cakes with buttercream.  And, I was very disappointed in the quality of my icing job.  That is my most difficult challenge - smoothly icing a cake before applying the decorations.  Thanks to everyone who has posted clothelines cakes on this site.  Your pictures were very helpful.  And, thank you to flourgrl, for the inspiration to do the baby bear on top of the cake!  :)
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By StephanieB
Aug 18, 2006
Just some samples of cookies for a clothing company. Fingers crossed!
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By antonia74
Dec 2, 2006
For a baby shower for two girls.  They didn't know if they are having a boy or girl and so I did all colors. :)
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By Susan94
Sep 2, 2006
Two tone colors of pink and purple buttercream on this baby girls' clothesline cake. Fondant baby clothes, buttons,bows and butterflies.
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By KimAZ
Sep 8, 2006
Coffee cake with walnut filling, sugarpaste decorations. I was soo happy to finally get my turn making the washing line! The ducks match the invitation.
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By Bayamoy
Sep 20, 2006
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By tirpak
Sep 21, 2006
As a thank you for my cousins wife, I made her a cookie message and mailed it. She has given me so many of her daughters clothes for my daughter, so I wanted a special thank you. I vacuum sealed them in the heart bags and taped the bags to a poster board to hold them steady, then put them in a tissue stuffed box...hope they make it safely. The regular cookies I made for  a social event with the remaining dough. I bagged too early and messed some design up on the clothes cookies. Live and learn!
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By ctorno
Sep 21, 2006
All BC. Just finished this bad boy at midnight. So tired. Hope it looks good in the AM when I see it with my eyes open. ;)
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By Melvira
Sep 21, 2006
made this cake out of 2  1/2 cup cake one chocolate on gold. put them together and frosted them.
broght it to my son work for his birthday and got 3 more orders.
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By mamatank
Sep 23, 2006
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By Juliramos
Sep 27, 2006
6" & 8" rounds. Clothes, buttons, butterflies and sandals are made with fondant. First time making sandals. Freehand cut pattern for them.
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By KimAZ
Sep 29, 2006
BUTTERCREAM ICING ON CAKES, CUT OUT CLOTHES USING CUTTERS AND FONDANT AND ADDED SOME OF MY TRICKS TO THE CLOTHES, BUTTONS, ROLL UP A SMALL BALL FONDANT AND PUSH END OF DOWEL ROD, USE A TOOTHPICK TO MAKE BUTTON HOLES.  RIBBON STORE BOUGHT.
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By ONEWAY
Oct 1, 2006
USED FONDANT TO COVER CAKE, CUT OUT CLOTHES WITH CUTTERS AND SOME OF MY OWN IDEAS, RIBBON AND CLOTHES LINE STORE BOUGHT, AS A TOPPER PLASTIC BABY WITH KLEENEX DIAPER, FONDANT BIB AND PLASTIC CLOTHES PINS. BUTTONS, ROLL FONDANT INTO BALL, USE END OF D.ROD PUSH DOWN AND USE TOOTHPICK TO MAKE BUTTON HOLES.
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By ONEWAY
Oct 1, 2006
yellow cake and rolled fondant table cloth there are alot of fondant little pieces on the cake the tea set is doll sized and it isn't edible.
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By dawnbakescakes
Oct 16, 2006

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