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Figures all made from fondant.
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By cakenut516
Sep 12, 2007
Thomas the Tank Engine cake for two 3 year old boys' birthday party. Did not have any instructions for how to do a fondant covered Thomas cake so had to make it up as I went along. Thanks to Wendy for the instructions on how to do the face.
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By BakingGirl
Sep 17, 2007
Front view of the Thomas cake. Locomotive is carved out of a 9x13 cut in thirds and stacked. The back carriage is also cut from another 9x13 and stacked.
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By BakingGirl
Sep 17, 2007
Sculpted Thomas cake, decorated with MMF.
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By Uberhipster
Sep 21, 2007
Cookies for birthday party loot bags.  Homemade cookie cutter for Thomas' silhouette.
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By Uberhipster
Sep 21, 2007
this thomas cake was for my daughter, maryrose's 4rth birthday. she spoke to it that whole day as it lay on the counter as if he were real!  my first fondant cake. saw a tutorial online which was excellent.
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By brattinamjc
Sep 30, 2007
Red velvet cake covered and layered with white chocolate imbc. Thomas is carved cake covered in fondant.
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By kristiezen920
Oct 1, 2007
Hand made Thomas the tank engine cupcake toppers on vanilla dairy free cakes. Made for party favours.
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By Honey_Cakes
Oct 4, 2007
A Thomas the Tank Engine cake for twin boys' 3rd birthday.  Fondant covered and decorated with a gumpaste roof.  The cake was four layers and the roof section was rice krispy treats.
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By abromavm
Oct 11, 2007
Chocolate cake covered in MMF with some BC details.  The ladder was made out of Mercks chocolate.  I buit the board out of wood so that the truck was off the ground.
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By labjac
Oct 13, 2007
This cake was made for my daughter's 2nd birthday party. All satin ice accents.
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By smitakasargod
Oct 15, 2007
Front view of fire engine.  Color flow and royal icing decorations.
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By MeredithLA
Feb 12, 2007
9 x 13 cake on the bottom. Cut out cake to make the hill. All buttercream frosting.
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By SweetBakesOhio
Oct 20, 2007
EASY Thomas cake. Made in a bread/loaf pan. Buttercream frosting. Accessories to complete the theme.
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By SweetBakesOhio
Oct 20, 2007
14 inch round single layer. Covered in buttercream frosting. Plastic track and trains. Water using blue sugar sprinkles. Ducks made of fondant. Covered bridge/tunnel out of cardboard and then covered with frosting... attached with toothpicks
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By SweetBakesOhio
Oct 20, 2007
Cut out shape from a 12x18 sheet cake. Designed to look like local fire truck.
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By KimAZ
Oct 20, 2007
my feable attempt at a 3D fire truck... didn't come out quite as good as I had it pictured in my mind!
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By Feefs
Oct 25, 2007
combination of ideas off here, the little boy loved it!;-)
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By kden3980
Oct 27, 2007
Baby Shower Cake
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By jackie64
Oct 29, 2007
Chocolate cake with buttercream dreams frosting. Mountain is chocolate cake with buttercream as well. Track and bridge MMF as are rocks.
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By tasteebakes
Oct 29, 2007
I made this in a class with help from a great tutor. I haven't had a chance to try it again on my own. It  started as a square sponge that was cut up then stacked and then with a small amount of carving Thomas appeared, he was then covered in fondant.
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By saracupcake
Oct 31, 2007
Red Velvet cake, covered in fondant with royal icing and gummy bear accents
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By Maria_Campos
Nov 5, 2007
The right side of the truck. I think my butter cream was too soft, and it was not as smooth as I would like it, live and learn
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By Maria_Campos
Nov 5, 2007
I made this Thomas the Tank Engine cake for my two sons birthday.  It was a chocolate cake carved from rectangles.  It was covered in a light buttercream layer and then draped with MMF, the coal is rolled MMF, It took forever but was well worth it for the looks on their faces!! :)
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By mashton9512
Nov 16, 2007
I have been asked to do so many Thomas the Train cakes that I needed to do something different.  I saw similar designs on other websites (Cake Nouveau and also another site I thought  was Sweet Art Cake Design, but now I don't see the cake on their site, so I am not sure...sorry!)  It was pretty fun and easy to do, but since I didn't ask for much money, it took me longer than it should have! LOL!
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By springlakecake
Nov 16, 2007
Made this cake for one of the coolest kids ever.  He had a train party and requested Gordon (from Thaomas the Tank engine).  the cake is 2 layors 12" round marble.  the mountain is made out of 2 6 inch cakes and RKT.  its all iced in buttercream, and Gordon and the trees are mmf.  Comments and suggestions are welcomed! Thanks for looking!!!
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By manders
Nov 19, 2007
For a retirement party and made to look like their pumper truck.
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By sweet-as-cake
Nov 24, 2007
I feel like I have been making Thomas the Train cakes like crazy!  This is my 2nd hand sculpted Thomas from a sheet cake.
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By springlakecake
Nov 25, 2007
Stacked and carved from 9x13 sheet. MMF face and wheels.
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By KimAZ
Dec 3, 2007
For a friends 3 year old boy's birthday party.
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By pbjoachim
Dec 16, 2007
First time working with fondant!  Used Marshmallow fondant in colors to match son's fire truck theme.  Top tier was white with black dalmation spots.   Bottom tier blue with red stripes.  Yellow buttercream around base of each cake.
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By karstew33
Dec 17, 2007
The truck and cupcakes are created for a 2 yr old Kieran. It's a chocolate cake with chocolate ganache filling, covered with a mixture of Wilton's fondant and MMF. The ladder is made out of disposable chopsticks and spaghetti, covered with fondant.
Fire hydrant and hose is made from fondant.
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By kymclim
Dec 22, 2007
a chocolate cake, with coloured butter cream icing.
my husband was an officer in the johannesburg fire department, when he left after 16 years, we baked him this cake to enjoy with his crew.
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By janine1972
Dec 30, 2007
Thomas the Tank Engine Face cake. 9" round gluten free Chocolate cake with soy BC. Cake was very soft so barely held up under the fondant, but birthday boy was happy. Design is shamelessly lifted from Merissa's much better original.
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By BakingGirl
Jan 3, 2008
This was my 1st attempt at a 3D Fire Truck. I used a 15 x11 cake and iced it with buttercream. I decided to use the star tip, but it is not easy staring the side of a cake! I used doughnuts for the tires and Dot candies for the siren lights and tail lights.  At the last minute I was asked to put Mickey Mouse anywhere on the cake so I did a head shot on the top and the little Mickey symbols on the doors. I was very happy with the way it turned out!
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By Boshellbug
Jan 5, 2008
This is the front view to my Fire Truck. I  just had to put the little windshield wipers on.
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By Boshellbug
Jan 5, 2008
Choc mud cake with fondant icing. It was real muggy here in Brisbane and the cake went all tacky but I put it under a light in a cupboard and it came back fine. Bow is one from a newsagency, I wasn't game enough to make a real one thank goodness, or it would have melted.
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By poncho
Jan 6, 2008
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By kellycakes4949
Jan 9, 2008
I used cream cheese icing, licorice, m&m's pretzels and dots.
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By BabeAlice
Jan 10, 2008
3D train pan with 3 loaf pan cakes! All are chocolate cake and filled with a layer of chocolate icing, then rich creamy buttercream with milk chocolate chips in it then covered in buttercream...yum! First car holds M&Ms, Second holds Pirouettes, Third is one layer (unfilled) with lollipops! TFL!
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By laurakelly2
Jan 15, 2008

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