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White cupcakes shaped in a 4 and iced with purple buttercream. I made these for my friend's daughter's birthday.
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By hobbycakes
Sep 22, 2005
Did these for an order today, every time I make petit fours I'm reminded of just how much time they take. The only requests were pink with yellow, and baby shower-ish.
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By edencakes
Oct 8, 2005
4-tiered baby shower cake
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By cakegirls
Nov 9, 2005
These were done as samples for a lady who will be having petit fours at her wedding reception (her colors are silver and gold). I made a LOT (120 1" and a few 1.5") and used the extras as give-aways to advertise. They are chocolate Frangelico, chocolate espresso (with Starbucks liqueur), Amaretto raspberry and Grand Marnier with crystalized ginger.
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By edencakes
Nov 10, 2005
This was my first attempt at a 4 tier cake. It was pretty much a  disaster due to many reasons, not the least of which was that there was a hurricane blowing in that day!  This was also 3 flavors of cake, and the chocolate caused many problems!
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By tmassey5
Jan 12, 2006
Used KopyKake projector for poodle image; freehanded rest of design.  All buttercream.  Coordinating petit fours to go with cake.
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By LisaMS
Jan 23, 2006
Here is a picture I recently did for my son's 8th birthday.  I wasn't too happy with the colors and the shape of the "skateboard ramp" but overall I was satisfied.
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By Angelica
Jan 30, 2006
white cake, quick pour fondant
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By jdelectables
Feb 15, 2006
The teapot was done with the 3D ball pan with a cookie handle and a small icecream cone for the spout.  The cups used the mini wondermolds, with cookie handles and cookie saucers.
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By hockeymom
Feb 22, 2006
Practice batch of petit fours... - had lots of fun with these!
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By craftermom
Feb 24, 2006
I baked cupcakes and they didn't rise so I took them out of their papers and flipped them over and made petit fours.
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By craftermom
Feb 26, 2006
I had a bride who wanted to match a Ben-Israel cake she saw on tv.  This is black buttercream with silk flowers.  Bottom and top tiers are styrofoam.  Note: Take and awl or screwdriver with you (and duct tape) if you need to insert flowers into Styrofoam.  I think this cake is simply gorgeous.
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By frankandcathy
Mar 5, 2006
Yellow cake with half bannana and half strawberry filling
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By cakedeco
Mar 27, 2006
This was made for a b-day on st.patrick's day.  11x15 size cake carved into the 4-leaf clover, chocolate cake torted and filled with oreo cream filling with buttercream icing.
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By klsrtr
Mar 29, 2006
Not as smooth as I wanted to, but they were good! Next time I'll try to cover the cake with apricot glaze. In the Wilton Yearbook it says it will make them smooth.
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By Val40
Apr 25, 2006
I made these for the baby shower I threw for my sister this last Sunday
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By edencakes
May 10, 2006
I had a lot of fun doing this cake!  It turned out very well.  This is the first time I've done a "multi-colored" border.  This is a white cake with strawberry cream filling...my first torting, lol!
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By mmdd
May 11, 2006
Shower for a baby boy;  Winnie the Pooh placed on top for the baby's room theme.  Initials for the mother, father, family name, but the baby is not yet named.  The grandmother said she couldn't wait for the pitter patter of grandbaby's feet, hence the petit fours walking around the cake.
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By akcooker
May 14, 2006
I made these for my daughter's school party when she turned 4.  Chocolate cookies with icing and melted chocolate 4.  They loved them.
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By windoverm
May 22, 2006
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By janetwhitson
Jun 10, 2006
A friend's son was having a "Fantastic 4" birthday party.  I never even knew what that was and soon learned it was a comic and a movie.  So I did some research and found a few pictures.  Then I found that the birthday boy wanted the cake to be "The Thing" and so this is what I came up with.
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By taznjo
Jul 20, 2006
My first petit fours!  More difficult than I had anticipated, but fun.  Learned A LOT!
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By martig
Jul 21, 2006
These were originally supposed to have royal icing tiaras on top, but as you can tell the tiaras didn't quite work out.  I wasn't disappointed one bit!  I will never do poured fondant again!
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By Misdawn
Jul 25, 2006
These are made from the Green Tea petite fours recipe on this site, but I filled them with white chocolate french buttercream and coated them with green tea flavored quick pour fondant.  I had some troubles with the quick pour fondant, hence some of them were just quickly decorated on top.  I learned a lot doing these.  They were also very YUMMY!
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By aupekkle
Jul 25, 2006
Four-tier stacked cake with fresh flowers attached and a little scroll work.  Tip 10 beading around the bottom of each tier.
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By suzyqqq27
Jul 25, 2006
More "extreme" petit fours!  Got this order for camo after delivering zebra striped petit fours.  Apparently no one in town will do petit fours anymore so I may really have something here.  I really enjoy making them.
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By martig
Jul 28, 2006
individual firecrakers and starts. these were supposed to be petit fours but it was in the 90s so i just put a bit of buttercream on the top and said good enough.  They were taken to a family bonfire/fireworks show
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By dianagreen
Jul 31, 2006
These are white cake with a raspberry jam filling. These were my first ever, and boy did I learn a lot and learn what NOT to do. They were fun. I used the poured fondant recipe from this site, but found when you tint the color, it gets darker as you go. I used gold luster dust.
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By manatee19
Jul 31, 2006
This is also my mother's cake. This is a 4 tier cake with hand made and hand painted gum paste/fondant mix calla lilies toppers on each layer. Those are not real calla lillies! There are several hunderd in graduating sizes.  This cake was made for a 50th wedding anniversary that was held in Biloxi MS the day before Hurricane Katrina hit Mississippi.
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By oceanspringsmommy
Aug 1, 2006
14" square, 13" hexagon, 9" round, 4" square stacked wedding cake.  This is a buttercream version of another cake my gallery (Megan's cake)  All iced in buttercream, lavendar tinted fondant ribbon strips and bow and monogram plaque. Design elements: Edible Pearl accents, diamond impression mat, large panel scrolls and monogram.
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By NCcakelady
Aug 2, 2006
Four tier Wedding cake.  16-12-8-5 inch tiers separated with spacers for fresh hydrangeas to fill in between each tier.  Very small dot pattern on sides of cake.  Votives and hydrangeas displayed around silver cake plateau.
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By NCcakelady
Aug 3, 2006
My first attempt at petit fours for a bunco party. Brown = Covered and filled w/chocolate ganache, White = Covered w/ poured fondant and filled w/raspberry buttercream. Would have been much easier without the filling but it tastes so good! Royal icing dots. I discovered I liked pouring the ganache better than the fondant - did an awful job covering with the fondant. These got pretty messy because I had to keep taking them in and out of fridge (Texas heat)!
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By Lueet
Aug 10, 2006
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By Doug
Aug 16, 2006
requested by alicia_froedge
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By Doug
Aug 16, 2006
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By martig
Aug 25, 2006
This is a picture of the petit fours that accompanied the croquembouche centerpiece. There are about 15 different types of petit fours; I will post the recipes when I get some down time.
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By alfie
Aug 29, 2006
4 Tiered Wedding Cake.  Stacked Construction.  Buttercream covered in fondant with black scrollwork.  I was petrified to decorate this cake with black icing (it is so unforgiving).  Turned out much better than I expected.  This was the first time I had ever covered a cake in fondant
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By Charli
Aug 30, 2006
I have only done this using pans (for a stunt cake), but this is the REAL thing!  Cake is classic white cake with bakery buttercream frosting.  It is filled with home-made lemon curd. The tier sizes are 12", 10", 8" and 6".  The ribbon is plain satin floral ribbon 2.5" wide.  I used wax paper cut to the length and width of the ribbon around each layer first (to prevent grease or raspberry bleeding), then wrapped the ribbon.  I used pearl head corsage pins to hold the ribbon!  It was a BIG hit! :)
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By dttcb
Sep 5, 2006
chocolate/chocolate mousse filling and white chocolate/almond buttercream filling dawnbakescakes@msn.com
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By dawnbakescakes
Sep 9, 2006
Petit Fours made for a Bridal Shower. Traditional almond sponge, filled with raspberry jam, brushed with apricot glaze and covered with almond paste and poured fondant. Each about 1" square.
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By edencakes
Jul 14, 2005

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