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This is my Finale Cake for the Wilton Course II class. The butterflies are colorflow. The flowers are royal icing. The basketweave and icing is buttercream. I thought it was pretty.. 

This cake developed cracks in the frosting and a huge earthquake-like crack down the center by the time I got home. See that picture in the Cake Disasters forum in thread called "Earthquake Cake...".
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By AngelWendy
Apr 13, 2005
I'm pretty happy with how this cake turned out except for the scroll-y things on the bottom layer.  Oh well, too late now!  I'm so glad to be finished with the classes and am anxious to bake more cakes!
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By klsunny
Jun 14, 2005
I was pretty happy with how this turned out. Alot better than I thought it would :)
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By kgil1124
Jun 16, 2005
I made this cake for my dad's retirement. With my husbands help I made an 18 hole golf course, each hole has a major acheivement in my dads life. It was a hit at the party and noone wanted to cut it.
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By cocakedecorator
Apr 13, 2005
Yeah!!!  I finally did a tiered cake :)  Choc. cake covered in MMF with MMF rosebuds.
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By kgil1124
Jul 16, 2005
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By Misska21
Jul 26, 2005
This was my final cake for the Wilton Course III.  It was my first attempt at a stacked cake.  It turned out nice although I do see lots of things to work on.
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By christyA
Aug 3, 2005
First attempt at a fondant bow.
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By mvucic
Aug 14, 2005
I was decently pleased with this.  It looks like my roses got attacked by aphids though
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By GinaJuarez
Jul 10, 2005
Everything is done according to the Course 2 final cake.  The basketweave is tricky, but got it done.  Had to finish at home but had a great time!  Can't wait until Course 3.
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By onebigdogmama
Aug 30, 2005
Here's the front of the cake.
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By onebigdogmama
Aug 30, 2005
Iced in buttercream with buttercream piping and royal flowers.
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By Misska21
Aug 31, 2005
This cake is the product of my first Wilton decorating course.  I decorated this cake on the final night of Course 1.
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By culinarilyobsessed
Sep 27, 2005
My final project for Course II, also my mother's birthday cake. Chocolate chip cake with chocolate buttercream, royal flowers. I'm pretty pleased with the result. I was really dreading the basketweave and didn't expect it to come out as well as it did.
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By alimonkey
Sep 29, 2005
I swear this time it is my course II cake
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By melxcloud
Sep 30, 2005
Just a top view of Variation on the Course II Finale cake. Basket weave was so much fun to do. Took a little time, but I got it... And the FLOWERS! ARGH! I was pulling my hair out with the Royal Icing.. but I finally calmed down, and Look.. they came out good. Cake is just classic yellow, buttercream beasket weave.
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By AndiSue
Oct 3, 2005
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By tawnyachilders
Oct 11, 2005
Course 2 Garden cake, color flow butterflies and fence, royal flowers (including a carnation, which wasn't taught in class!)  My Daughter chose the colors, hence the blue basketweave, but I am very pleased with how it all came out.  The vines on the fence were the instructors idea -- i think it looks awesome.
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By finally928
Oct 14, 2005
Course I final cake -- daughter chose the colors (again).  Finally mastered the roses, though had trouble with the ribbon. There is a "patch fix" on the top where i had to take it all off and refrost it.  Why my buttercream was a different shade of white is beyond me!  And I wish I could make better sweet peas!!  :)
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By finally928
Oct 14, 2005
Here's the rainbow cake I made for Course I, I had fun
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By Barbara76
Oct 18, 2005
This is my finale cake from Wilton Course III.  It is the regular 10" and 6" tiered cake with fondant roses, but I decorated the sides with white chocolate cherubs...an idea I got from Cake_Princess.  Thanks CP!
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By rbbarker
Oct 24, 2005
This cake turned out cuter than I thought it would.
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By Barbara76
Oct 24, 2005
This is my attempt at a fondant bow for my Course 3 cake.  I didn't like the idea of the little fondant balls in the book, so made the leaves instead.  I didn't have enough time for the bow to dry properly, so its drooping a little bit, but I think i have the general idea ... :)
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By finally928
Oct 25, 2005
Final cake for my Wilton Course 3.  Top layer: French Vanilla cake w/ lemon fill, bottom: chocolate cake w/ cherry fill & butter cake w/ lemon fill.  I made mistakes on this cake -- I'm not 100% satisfied with it.  But the MMF came out terrific on the layers.  I neeed to work on my fondant flowers, but for a first try, I guess they are okay.
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By finally928
Nov 4, 2005
This was my course 1 final, I am looking forward to the 2nd course.
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By Barbara76
Nov 7, 2005
Basket weave with Royal icing flowers
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By barbie78
Nov 9, 2005
This is my 4th cake ever. I wanted to play with striping the bag since my instructor brought it up in my class last week. ( Wilton course 1)

I am just learning to pipe borders and actually we haven't even had that class yet, but I figured I would try it so ignore the different colors on the bottom shells. I kept turning the bag and didn't realize that would have an effect until I was finished. LOL!

I normally ( well, ok once before) make Wilton Buttercream but I wanted to try to use their tub icing.
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By Caribou
Nov 14, 2005
Since I have just started the Wilton 1 class, I haven't learned how to make flowers yet so I just used some leftovers from my daughter's bday party hat project. We made hats and the girls got to decorate, but I digress. I'm new to this so go easy on me. Will say this was one of the better cakes I've eaten and family commented about that too. Extracts and puddings work wonders! I hope I can recreate something similar when I learn to make flowers.
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By Caribou
Nov 14, 2005
I wanted to pitch this cake over the rainbow by the time I finished. My icing came out great for the colors, very smooth, but then I made another batch using the "CLass" recipe and it was bumpy and full of clumps. I ended up not noticing that until it was ON the cake. Hopefully next week's cake is better. Hoping for HAPPY CLOWNS!
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By Caribou
Nov 18, 2005
I'm very proud of this one. It's the first cake that I didn't feel the need to apologize for it's imperfections. I'm getting it and I'm so happy! Yay me!
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By Caribou
Nov 23, 2005
This is my a Course I cake from one of my Wilton classes.  It's a yellow cake with BC icing.  Thanks for looking.
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By BUNCHY
Nov 28, 2005
Had fun in the class.  Enjoyed making all the flowers.
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By jpbinva
Dec 3, 2005
This is my course three final cake.  I was sooooo proud of it!  I used a diamond impression mat and edible pearls that I dusted in super pearl dust.  My roses are fondant and each one took me no less than thirty minutes because I'm new at making them too.
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By Flour_Power
Dec 10, 2005
This is my first cake from the class.  I couldn't get my icing to crust so it looks a bit homely.  But it was filled with love!
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By daranaco
Dec 12, 2005
I decided to be unique when it came to making this cake.  I wanted to come up with unique colors.  The yellow icing on the side is the natural color of the CB Neoclassic Buttercream recipe.
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By daranaco
Dec 12, 2005
For the final cake of Course I, I really wanted to but my own spin on the rose cake.  I decided to make it lavender because it's my MIL's favorite color.  She's going through Chemo and it gave me the chance to send positive thoughts her way the whole time I worked on the cake.  In the end, the roses are a bit too dark - they don't photograph very well!
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By daranaco
Dec 12, 2005
This is a cake circle that I use to entice my Course 1 students to take Course 2.  It's all done in royal icing.
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By Daddycakes70
Dec 20, 2005
Well...this was an experience for me. I was running really short on time and well right after I got the top cake smooth I went to transfer it and well dropped it! I was not a happy camper at this point so I pretty much just fixed it best I could and iced the second one really fast and headed out the door to class. We did the lace to cover my mistakes. All in all I am happy with it after my fiasco.
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By jenurator
Dec 30, 2005
It was fun! I just have to learn to move more quickly with fondant!
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By KNicole
Jan 2, 2006
This is the final cake for Wilton Course II.  I thought it turned out pretty good!
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By Dally_doggy
Jan 24, 2006

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