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Drawn on a sheet cake. Decorated with buttercream and tip 18 stars!
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By traci
May 8, 2005
3 tier stacked round with dora candle on top. Decorating each layer different makes for a fun cake!
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By traci
May 8, 2005
made for my neighbor's daughter for her 2nd birthday
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By cakecre8tor
May 19, 2005
This is a cake a did for a little girl who loves Dora!
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By lng_1978
Jul 18, 2005
This is a Duncan Hines French Vanilla cake made for a co-worker's granddaughter's birthday.  The icing is buttercream.  This cake took much longer to ice & decorate than I had anticipated!
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By golfwidow
Sep 16, 2005
Outlined, then filled in with colored gel.
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By sunlover00
Oct 9, 2005
Frozen buttercream transfer.  Hours and hours of work but well worth it when seeing the face of that 3 year old light up.
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By cocopuff
Oct 29, 2005
chocolate cupcakes, buttercream frosting, and chocolate eyes and hair.  For the hat I used edible glitter.
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By gabpeightysmom
Dec 16, 2005
This was my 1st sheet cake, Made for my daughters 2nd Birthday.
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By all4cakes
Feb 20, 2006
This Dora cake was also made for my daughter's 2nd birthday.  Made with the Dore The Explorer Wilton Pan.
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By all4cakes
Feb 20, 2006
White cake with rasberry filling.  My first tiered cake! On each of the tiers one layer was pink and one was purple.   This cake was inspired from a cake off of the coolest birthday cakes web site.
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By tinabee
Mar 4, 2006
this was a dora cake i made for my daughters third birthday. I made explorer star cookies to go around the bottom of the plate.
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By 2carleigh7
Mar 8, 2006
This is a cookie cake.
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By Michele25
Mar 10, 2006
This picture was done for a little girl's 2nd Birthday.  Dora was fun but also a lot of work.
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By kimhamjohn
Mar 11, 2006
This cake was done for a little girl who loves dora.
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By kimhamjohn
Mar 14, 2006
Go over Crocodile Lake, Around the Chocolate Tree, and Through the Troll Bridge to Juliana's Birthday Party!
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By julismom
Mar 23, 2006
This is my first character cake for my little girl's birthday. Chocolate cake, iced with chocolate frosting. Dora was made by buttercream using #16 star tip. I originally planned to use the FBCT but some parts came off in the process. I only found out now that I missed Dora's nose! (LOL). Not the exact cake I invisioned but turned out okay. Thanks for looking
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By donnadol
Mar 31, 2006
I got a last minute order for a Dora cake, I had some leftover mix so I already had 2 6" cakes baked.  All buttercream and the toppers are stamps.
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By Reyna
Apr 3, 2006
Dora Birthday Cupcakes with fondant flowers.  I used buttercream that was flavored with Loran cotton-candy flavoring and filled them with Cali-4-dawn's twinkie filling.  The kids loved them!
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By dsoutherngirl
Apr 5, 2006
Wilton cake pan - just followed directions.  For a 4 year old's birthday.
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By erc11
Apr 5, 2006
Dora Explorer cake with star.  I thank everyone in the forum who helped with my question about torting this cake.  I did torte it and it worked out just fine.  I froze it first and filled it with the cotton candy flavored buttercream.  The kids loved it!
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By dsoutherngirl
Apr 6, 2006
Butter recipe cake with buttercream frosting.  Eyes and mouth made from shaped and rolled-out AirHead candy.  Eyebrows made from shaped yellow Starburst candy.  Black gel frosting used for outlining and pupils.
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By coloringbook
Apr 10, 2006
This is the birthday cake that I did for my daughter.  Actually, this is the birthday cake that I ALWAYS do for my daughter.  For the past 3 years that is all she has wanted.
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By pastrypantry
May 5, 2006
Dora and Boots are BCT.  The sky and grass are airbrushed with piped buttercream accents.  Trees and bushes are also piped buttercream.  The road is brown sugar.  I enjoyed making this cake.  It was my first experience with BCT and airbrushing.  I love it!
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By 411angela
May 6, 2006
This is Dora & Boots, made for a 2nd Birthday party and almost as popular as the life size Dora doll!
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By littleal
May 10, 2006
My business Partner and I made this cake for a childs birthday party.
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By FancyLayne23
May 13, 2006
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By Cheneya
May 17, 2006
This was made to match a birthday invitation, for a little boy who wanted a Diego party.
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By OCakes
May 22, 2006
10" chocolate-chocolate chip cake , and an 8" devil's food cake, both filled with raspberry chocolate buttercream.  Iced in buttercream with fondant flowers, tiles, banner and stars.  Figures on top are Fisher-Price Little People.  Many thanks to boween for her Dora cakes, this is an attempted copy of her cake.  I wasn't happy with this one however my girls adored it so that's what counts!
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By tripletmom
Jun 5, 2006
Carved 9X13 chocolate cake filled with milk chocolate buttercream, iced in buttercream with fondant accents.  Idea taken for the nickjr.com website.  This one was for twin boys whose favourtie colour is pink so that's why Dora is so 'rosy' looking!
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By tripletmom
Jun 5, 2006
This was one of my first topsy turvy cakes so my fondant work was not that great, but this is still one of my favorite cakes of all times.  I called it Spongeberry Dorradumpling.  It was for my daughter’s third birthday – she is now about to turn 6…where does the time go.  She couldn't decide between Spongebob, Dora and Strawberry Shortcake or Apple Dumpling. So – I gave them all to her.   The Strawberry Shortcake and Apple Dumpling figurines were mine from 27 years ago.
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By SLK
Jun 12, 2006
This is my first attempt at decorating a cake like this.  It was fun and turned out okay.  I was surprised at how many bags of colors I needed!
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By girltrapped
Jun 19, 2006
I made this cake after I saw a cake here on cc in the gallery. I carved a half sheet cake, traced an image of Dora on wax paper, turned the wax paper over and traced again this time in edible marker, then layed the edible marker side on the cake and rubbed the lines with my finger to transfer the image. Then I filled it in with stars, etc.
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By luvbakin
Jun 26, 2006
I made this cake for my nieces 2nd birthday, I borrowed her Dora swimming doll.  I just used regular betty crocker frosting with food coloring. I'm so happy how it came out for being my first try.  It tasted really good too!
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By imelanie25
Jun 28, 2006
8" & 6" b/c icing. fondant letters, 2 & peppers.  Mini cupcakes & smash cake for a 2 year old's party.
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By bjfranco
Jul 8, 2006
This was my first paid cake. All white cake with B/C icing.
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By littleredtonya
Jul 11, 2006
This is a cake I made for my niece's second birthday.  She was a huge Dora fan at the time.  White buttercream with Royal icing transfers.  (This was the first time that I attempted working with Royal icing.)  Placed wax paper over the desired pictures in a Dora book then iced the image and let dry.  When dry I transferred it to the top of the cake.  After several hours of travel time to the party, the Royal icing was soft as it absorbed moisture from the buttercream.  Not sure if I will do it again.
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By CarolynE
Jul 13, 2006
Had an order for a Dora Cake so I carved this out and here she is!
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By jdogga
Jul 14, 2006
10" & 6" BC icing with Fondant accents.  First time making the flowers on wires and I LOVE it!  So much fun!
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By bjfranco
Jul 21, 2006
Okay, this was my second cake using a Wilton shaped pan.  It turned out great!  This was for my daughter's 2nd birthday and she Loved it!  I love these cakes, they are so easy.  Believe me, if I can do it, you can too!
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By midwestmom
Apr 13, 2005

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