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For a 4 year old girl who loves Thomas the train.  I am a little disappointed in the blemishes and bubbly buttercream, but overall I think it turned out pretty cute.  I hope the birthday girl likes it anyway!
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By springlakecake
Apr 13, 2007
Two marble pound cakes of chocolate, almond, raspberry and rum baked in simple loaf pans, torted and filled and then simply iced. Decorated with fondant train tracks and fondant pepples with the help of my five year old. The thomas tank engines are toy trains.
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By Binkytwins
Apr 15, 2007
Train cake for 89th b-day of my husband's grandfather. He was a train conductor for 30 years! Train is a FBCT, had so much fun with this one!
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By steffla
Apr 20, 2007
First time doing chocolate transfers.  I was pleased with how the fire engine and airplanes turned out.  REst is butter cream.  Done to match birthday napkin
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By cakeshy
Apr 20, 2007
Just found your site, will definetly use it again. Hello from Australia. Here is a Thomas I made for my Son's 3rd Birthday. Butter Cake with a Jam Roll for the body. Butter Cream for the decoration with the face, Wheels and Smoke Stack made out of Foundant. Sooo much fun
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By fire1927
Apr 29, 2007
My FH and I are both firefighters on two separate fire departments.  For his 25th birthday, I made this cake.  It was my first "shaped figure"cake pan.  I didn't realize how hard getting the windows and such would be.  He absolutely loved it.  Now he wants me to make one for "hose testing" days and summer get togethers with his fire department.
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By stfd211
May 3, 2007
covered in royal with silver luster dust on parts.
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By helipops
May 4, 2007
Chocolate cake with chocolate filling. Iced in buttercream with fondant and candy accents. It was decorated to match the plate in the background for a 2 year old's birthday.  The wheels are devil's food cookies with buttercream.
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By hoped
May 4, 2007
3D Thomas the Train for a 3 year old's birthday.  Thank you Socake advice and Wendy for your tutorial.
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By springlakecake
May 4, 2007
Okay, here's my shot at Thomas the Train. Used Wendy's tutorial for help with carving the cake. Instead of bc, covered mine in fondant. I find it alot easier to work with. Unfortunately, I carved the engine smaller than Thomas' face so I'm crazy with the way that looks. And the dimensions are alittle off. Oh well, I know what to do next time. ;-)
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By KimmysKakes
May 6, 2007
Yellow butter cake filled with chocolate BC. Iced all in BC. My first EVER birthday cake made for a friend.
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By PetalsandPieces
May 8, 2007
This is a replica of a cake I did just about a month ago.  I 
really don't like doing the same cake more than once but the creative
juices just weren't flowing.  I decided not to exert myself and just do
the same thing because I still have 2 more cakes to do this weekend 
LOL!  Thomas is a FBCT.
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By springlakecake
May 11, 2007
Thomas the train cake "pulling" M&M car and Wafers =)
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By laurakelly2
May 12, 2007
This is a fire engine cake that I made for my son's 1st birthday.
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By MomoTyty
May 15, 2007
Thomas the Tank Engine cake made using Wendy's tutorial... thank you!!!  This went together quite smoothly.  I used MMF for the face and should have done it much sooner, as I had to freeze it to make it solid for the party.  I used a 12x18 sheet pan
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By wells123
May 17, 2007
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By Vicki614
May 18, 2007
All buttercream
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By KhymStacy
May 25, 2007
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By lynndy-lou
May 31, 2007
This is a birthday cake for a little girl of one of the director's where I work. It is my first carved cake...Design from Debbie Brown's book and thanks to Merissa who gave me tips on how to do this!  I was pretty pleased with it overall and I really learned a lot...mostly that it takes ages to do!!!! Thanks for looking!
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By JaneK
May 31, 2007
Thomas was made using the Wilton Choo-Choo Train pan. I used a pound cake recipe after a collapsing train incident 2 years ago. He's frosted in buttercream.
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By LizaDoolittle
Jun 15, 2007
Every thing is edible except the candle, used 1 cup cake for the Engine and face, and baked the other cakes in mini loaf pans, used fondant, candy and BC. Alex loved it
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By Maria_Campos
Jun 19, 2007
I made this for my train loving son's 3rd birthday.  It was pre-cake decorating class, but still turned out pretty cute.  The adults ate the main cake (spice with cream cheese icing).  I made chocolate mini engine cakes (using mini-pan) for each of the kids.  They each had to find their place at the table by looking for their names spelled out by magnetic letters.
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By Creas
Jun 19, 2007
Here is the cake that I made for my nephews 2nd birthday. It was to match the theme that he had for his paper products. The trucks are made out of chocolate. It is iced with buttercream.
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By sabbrina
Jun 20, 2007
Completely edible 3-dimensional Thomas cake, complete with trailing cars filled with Orea cookie "coal" and wheels.
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By Suzian3570
Jun 29, 2007
This was a big cake. It made 40 party-sized slices. There was three layers of Choc WASC with raspberry and then 2 layers of scratch vanilla pound with a hint of almond with banana filling. It was a big undertaking, but was a huge hit!!
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By babyqueen
Jul 1, 2007
This is the cake I made for my son's 3rd birthday.  While there are a few Thomas kits out there, I decided to 'wing' it with the Wilton pan and made my own fondant face.
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By jennifer1775
Jul 3, 2007
This cake was done for a retired Deputy Fire Chief. I found the design of the truck in Debbie Brown's  book "Naughty Cakes", minus the naked firemen. lol
It's a 10" square cake, cut in half and stacked, then covered in fondant. Fairly easy to do. :-)
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By KimmysKakes
Jul 6, 2007
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By CraftT
Jul 9, 2007
Sponge Cake with Lemon Curd & Vanilla Cream Filling, Cut and covered with Fondant, Sugarpaste Fat Controller.
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By Sparklycake
Jul 14, 2007
Another fire truck inspired by the many pics here on CC. The ladders are RI and the wheels are choco donuts. Learned alot from this one!! It's cut from an 11x15 and is actually sitting on another sheet cake. Familyfun.com has a good diagram on how to cut the truck from a sheet cake.
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By KittisKakes
Jul 15, 2007
Chocolate fudge cake with bavarian cream and choc. bc... mmf tracks and candy rocks.
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By chefcindy
Jul 15, 2007
This is a half sheet cake, half choc. half vanilla. The family I made this for doesn't like my (or any) buttercream, so I use Rich's Whipped topping-they LOVE it. Thomas is FBCT.

Thanks to ksgirl, I used your idea from your photo, to use the train track border.
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By bigsisof3kids
Aug 7, 2007
this is a FBCT
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By jellygirl
Aug 7, 2007
Baby shower favors with a transportation theme.
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By Lambshack
Aug 9, 2007
Wilton Cake tin - Thomas the Tank Engine, made for my nephews 2nd birthday party
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By jackohaywire
Aug 13, 2007
Cut out from sheet cake and iced in buttercream.
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By angelstar128
Aug 17, 2007
This is my 2nd T.T.T. cake.  This was for a client.  I made this one about 1/5 the scale of my original one and this one is covered in Satin Ice Fonant whereas the first one was covered completely in BC.  I also airbrushed this cake vs. dying the fondant which I feel produced much deeper and richer color!  The new techniques of fondant and airbrushing allowed me to cut my work hours in half on this cake.  Which is good because I had four cakes due this week!
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By RobzC8kz
Aug 19, 2007
I was asked to make a fire engine cake for a boy who loves Fireman Sam, so as I have the Debbie Brown book with instructions for just that, this is what I made.  I think the adults got more of a kick out of it than he did - they're not used to seeing novelty cakes like this!

It is 10" x 5" and 5" high, vanilla sponge cake, filled with alternate layers of IMBC and raspberrry jam (with the seeds removed!).
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By kelly75
Aug 25, 2007
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By lilmansmum
Aug 27, 2007
This is the same cake I also uploaded to the "Truck" category, but this is a different view (other side). I made a kit of this cake to give to my 
Course 2 students (I teach the Wilton Method of cake decorating). The store I teach in sells my kits too. This takes a bit of effort with all the royal icing parts and color flow parts and to build the special raised base, but the results are worth the effort!
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By TheCakeWizard
May 18, 2005

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