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Clown cake - clown and roses of buttercream. Drop flowers on top and sides (some squished on the way home). Little birthday girl on the side with wild hair.
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By AngelWendy
Apr 13, 2005
Drop flowers, roses, writing. A cake to thank our pet sitter. She loved it!
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By AngelWendy
Apr 13, 2005
Strawberry cake with champagne icing.  Apparently I need to learn how to use that drop string marker.  It made a mess of my sides and I had to put that silly star border to hide the imperfections.  I like the way the rope came out and the writing too.  At least it tastes good (from the 6" sample cake I made with it).
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By rbbarker
Nov 2, 2005
This is a cake I did for a co-workers daughter's 10th birthday. The birthday girl takes hula lessons!! So I thought about doing this! Strawberry cake, strawberry preserve filling and vanilla BC. Sugar cookie hula girls decorated with royal icing and royal drop flowers.
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By mamafrogcakes
Nov 4, 2005
This cake is for a co-worker who loves Precious Moments. Pic is BCT, french vanilla cake with vanilla BC icing. Royal drop flowers.
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By mamafrogcakes
Nov 16, 2005
Simple flowers piped in buttercream for a birthday party cupcake cake.
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By KimAZ
Nov 26, 2005
My friend said she wanted something simple for her supervisors birthday. Chocolate fudge cake with dark chocolate buttercream. Pink drop flowers on top (because they are the only ones I know how to make!!!!)
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By mamafrogcakes
Jan 3, 2006
I made this this morning for my mother in laws birthday today. It's a chocolate fudge cake with BC icing. The roses and drop flowers are royal icing.
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By bethanne73
Feb 3, 2006
This was a just for fun cake.  It's all buttercream.  I made if for my boyfriends Mom to take to work to share with her co-workers.  It's the most simple cake I've done but I sure loved it - I wanted to just sit & look at it forever.
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By Sue23
Feb 23, 2006
After a long day in the kitchen (and after throwing away a cake that was so inedible it made my disposal growl), I was getting tired, and this showed.  I've never been able to do drop flowers very well.  20 years away from it didn't improve my skills in that department!  Plus, I got bored and just "threw" a border on the top.  This one was for us to eat, and it smelled so good.  Motivation was low, I guess.  :)
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By Crimsicle
Mar 1, 2006
Just a french vanilla cake we practiced drop flowers and shell border on
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By Lelo
Mar 11, 2006
I've been thinking lately  about smallish wedding cakes done all in buttercream that could be put together inexpensively and quickly.  (This one was more work than I intended, but next time I'll use a bigger tip.)  I wanted it to be irregular, and it was a challenge to get away from stars all in a row.  But, all in all, it turned out pretty much as I envisioned.  The first of a few modest, all-buttercream wedding cakes, I think.
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By Crimsicle
Mar 21, 2006
Second cake in Course 1.....teacher said we had to have clowns......so here they are in crazy colored clothes surrounded by drop flowers, don't know why, but they just are LOL
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By KHalstead
Mar 24, 2006
My first cake with fondant and flowers. Not great and you can see where I was playing with the embossing tool on top.
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By sectheatre
Mar 24, 2006
I made this cake (sadly) for a friend for her dad's funeral lunch.  I wanted to do something simple yet have it be a bit prettier than white icing on white cake.
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By IsaacsMom
Mar 27, 2006
This is a practise cake that I made. The top is not included in the picture because I don't like the way it turned out. The roses were supposed to go in every other scallop but I ran out of time. I got the idea from a magazine. It was a two tiered cake but I just did the bottom tier.
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By AuntEm
Apr 9, 2006
I got the idea for this cake from WYATT thanks so much. That is why I love this site.  Made for a friends mom's b-day. Vanilla cake with all buttercream decorations and flowers.
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By klsrtr
Apr 12, 2006
Just practicing my drop flowers.  Thought I would try chocolate buttercream instead, and for some reason it just got better the longer it stayed in the fridge!  I made it on Sunday and by Wednesday I could not stop "testing" it!
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By meghanb
Apr 21, 2006
I made this for a welcome home cake for my sunday school teacher. Who just got back from holland. It is all BC. It was my first attempt at ferns and either the first or second attempt ( I forget which) at floral arranging (sp)
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By AuntEm
Apr 22, 2006
I got the idea for this cake from an old Wilton course book. Didn't come out as nice as I planned but mom liked it.
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By emilykakes
Apr 23, 2006
The other sides were better than the one I took the picture of.
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By AuntEm
Apr 23, 2006
Made this cake after I finished Course 1.  I wanted to practice my roses.  I was pretty pleased with the outcome, although I did go a little dot crazy! LOL
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By pyseas
Apr 24, 2006
This was the first cake I did after wilton course1 and the first one I got paid for.  It was my first time using cream cheese icing and it was too soft, but ended up okay.  I just had to try cornelli lace after seeing it in a book.  I was pretty happy with how it turned out and got rave reviews.
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By koolaidstains
Apr 30, 2006
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By gaylarenee
May 1, 2006
Hello ya'll!  This is a yellow cake with a non-crusting buttercream.  My first drop flower cake!  Thanks for looking!  :)
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By AmberCakes
May 1, 2006
This is a dark chocolate fudge cake with chocolate buttercream icing.
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By alicia_froedge
May 3, 2006
This is the same cake I uploaded earlier, only I forgot to upload the picture with the border.  Just wanted to add it to my collection.
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By lainee
May 5, 2006
I learned two important lesson doing this cake.  First, if the sides of your cake aren't at 90 degree angles, icing will slowly slide off of your cake, making it difficult to ice.  Second, there is such a thing as having your icing too thin...hahaha....
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By fronklowes
May 8, 2006
I made this cake for my mom, she loved it and so did everyone else.  It was white cake with kahlua raspberry cream filling (from this site of course!)
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By pyseas
May 15, 2006
8" devils food cake with fudge filling.  BC with bc drop flowers and shell border
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By danifani
May 15, 2006
16", 12" and 8" layers; two bottoms layers are stacked.  Top layer is tiered on top.  This cake is based on the old Wilton Course III Final Cake with some variations.  With did a shell/ruffle border under the hearts and on all three layers.  We opted not to do any drop string borders as the cake had to travel so we did the ball borders down the sides and added the clusters of flowers to match the flowers on the hearts.  The bride's sister provided the cake top.
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By KrazyKross
Jun 7, 2006
This is a 10" pan, half chocolate and half French vanilla with buttercream filling.  I got the colour scheme from another cake posted on this site.  Thanks for the idea.
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By Lousaria
Jun 21, 2006
I made this 6" cake for the baby turning 1 yrs. old.
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By klsrtr
Jun 22, 2006
This is just a 6" cake that I made with left over batter and icing.  My neighbour got in an accident so I brought it over to him.
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By Lousaria
Jun 23, 2006
These are the drop flowers I used at each corner of the butterfly cake.
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By Cakers84
Jun 27, 2006
My mom asked me to make a birthday cake for two co-workers tomorrow. Chocolate cake with fudge filling (chocolate fudge icing from the can.. dont' tell! lol) and buttercream icing. I just threw the design together, and it turned out a tad gawdy b/c I was trying to get rid of all the leftover drop flowers from my luau cake.
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By Cubsfan85
Jun 27, 2006
Birthday cake for a co-worker of my mom's.
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By Cubsfan85
Jun 30, 2006
What a pain in the keister this cake was.  I used the whimsical bakehouse house buttercream, which waaaay too soft.  It also doesn't crust, and I just couldn't get the icing smooth for anything.  My star cornelli and flowers are off kilter.  It's a white cake torted into 4 layers with raspberry filling, every other layer is white or blue.  The party I'm making it for has been cancelled, so I guess DH gets to bring it to work.  I need a new icing recipe!
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By karateka
Jul 3, 2006
11 x17 sheet cake, 1/2 chocolate & 1/2 vanilla with BC filling.  I make 3 cakes a month for the staff at a local Nusing home.  This was the first time that I used my plastic Wilton triangle for the sides of the cake and I am sold.  It was soooo much quicker than trying to get the sides smooth, I will be using it all the time now.
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By Lousaria
Jul 4, 2006
I used Wilton's Shell pan and Mini-Balloon pan to create this basket of flowers. All buttercream.
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By JeanneG
Apr 13, 2005

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