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Not my best work, but it was still a hit!  
Two cakes were made....one 12x18 and one 9x13 to sit on top.
The four suits on the bottom half were imprinted from cookie cutters, frosted with their respective color, and then topped with colored sugar, while the cookie cutter was still on the cake.  I would recommend outlining the shapes with a Tip 2 or 3.  
I admit I cheated with the other accessories as they are all non-edible, but many items could be created with chocolate and/or fondant.
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By KimberlyKakes
Oct 26, 2005
Made for a Bunco party that was celebrating two birthdays.  I used an 8x12 pan and junior mints for the dots. It's a good idea to decorate one before adding another to the plate, for as you can see, I could not get between them to finish the trim! :)
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By wyatt
Nov 20, 2005
French vanilla cake with apricot filling & buttercream icing.  Card hand was an edible image over gumpaste & poker chips are gumpaste.  Cake board & pillars are covered in black to blend with the table top.
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By kakabekabunny
Jan 3, 2006
I made this for my grandmother's 86th BDay.  Not real happy how it turned out but I started too late on the design. It is 4  6" cakes with a little shaved off of one side with Tahitian Vanilla BC (I don't like the flavor as much as the Mexican Vanilla--just tried something different).  DH helped make the casino edible image and he wasn't getting the idea.
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By Mac
Jan 13, 2006
Buttercream icing, red tinted piping gel for the bingo board outline. And yes, that beside it is suppose to be an ink-a-dot, someone told me that it looked a little questionable and of course that never crossed my mind until it was mentioned to me lol!
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By cakesbgood
Jan 28, 2006
A client asked me for a cookie that was related to gambling, so here it is. I assume she is having a Casino stag and doe?

Anyway, I cut these 2" x 3" (by hand, why can't I find any good rectangle cutter sets??), piped in white with a border to get the edges very pointed, her colours we used are burnt orange and chocolate brown.

Used the #261 tip for names, as the cookies are so small!
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By antonia74
Feb 17, 2006
I made this for a 50th birthday party for a guy who loves to play cards. Dice are white fondant, and the other decorations are tempered, colored chocolate. 

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By leonard
Mar 16, 2006
This was my very first competition piece ever!  Talk about a train wreck,  My daugter ate most of my cards three days before the show and I had to make all new ones.  She also ate the dots off the dice, getting the fondant wet, thus making me reover those.  I nearly had a heart attack from this cake.  

In the end, all went really well.  I received and 1st place ribbon on this piece. Now I have the competition bug.  Everything is covered in fondant with an edible image on top that is made into a plaque with
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By Birdlady
Apr 4, 2006
This is carrot cake with cream cheese icing.  It was a pain to work with cream cheese in the humidity.  I made this for a coworkers husband.  She seemed pleased with the finished product.  I can see where I could have done a lot better.  Need to work on alignment and neatness in writing.
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By cindy6250
Apr 23, 2006
Poker table designed in buttercream. Fondant cards designed with edible markers. Fondant poker chips painted with gold luster dust.
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By KimAZ
Apr 30, 2006
Cake shaped from various scrap pieces, frosted in buttercream. Fondant coins painted with gold luster dust. Made for a "Make-A-Wish" charity casino night party.
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By KimAZ
Apr 30, 2006
I made this cake for a very sweet lady in our County Vehicle Registration office.  As you can see she is a slot inthusiast!  Her motto "MAX BET SPIN!!"  The day before I was to deliver this I found out that the number of guests had doubled so I stayed up pretty late making the matching cupcakes.
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By Coastiemom
May 18, 2006
22x15 with a carved poker table on top. Iced in BC with fondant accents and edible images.
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By bigcatz
May 20, 2006
I made this for a friend who just graduated with a Masters Degree.  His wife wanted to include photos from childhood to cuirrent day as well as incorporate the theme (Poker) into the cake.  This is what we came up with.  Top layer is white cake with strawberry filling and BC icing.  Bottom layer is chocolate with strawberry filling and BC.  Poker decorations are chocolate made from molds.
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By bbelias
Jun 12, 2006
This was a fun cake for a casino enthusiast!
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By penelope
Jul 7, 2006
This is a craps table I did over the weekend. All hand painted on fondant. The sides were made to look like wood, using chocolate fondant and a needle tool as well as brown luster dust. The only part of this cake that is not like a real craps table is the height of the sides. Craps tables normally have very high sides to keep the dice in, but in the world of cake, you sometimes need to make alterations. The cake was only 11x15 and the size of the lettering couldn't be reduced or it would be too small.
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By heavenlycakes
Jul 17, 2006
Chocolate 1/4 sheet. Just a pretty quick simple cake, didn't have alot of time. I do wish now that I would have iced in green instead of blue, but it was for one of my sons and he likes blue, sooo.
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By cakesbgood
Jul 25, 2006
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By LittleLinda
Jul 31, 2006
This is a full sheet cake I did for a cast party.  The little suits are fondant cut out with clay cookie cutters.
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By BetsyCrocker
Aug 1, 2006
Chocolate layer cake filled with peach flavored buttercream and iced in buttercream.  Fondant poker chips and cards.

Thanks for looking!
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By gibson
Aug 12, 2006
I made this for a friend's 60th birthday. He is a huge blackjack player and his family was giving him a trip to Vegas. I made the Welcome to Vegas sign freehand and attached it to a tall skewer.
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By kidscakelady
Aug 14, 2006
whi cake w/ apricot filling bc icing
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By srod911
Sep 28, 2006
this was a special cake, my sister has a food allergy and can't eat anything with wheat or gluten, everyone else got the "Gamblin' Granny" cake.  so it's a gluten free whi cake w/ bc icing.
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By srod911
Sep 28, 2006
Another poker party
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By BrendaBTC
Oct 5, 2006
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By mocakes
Oct 26, 2006
Dice cakes made from 6" squares.
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By KimAZ
Nov 3, 2006
Playing Cards and Poker Chips made out of chocolate! Basic Yellow Cake with Chocolate frosting.
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By tccksmith
Nov 12, 2006
Poker cake with bc frosting. Cards and poker chips were cut from a birthday card.
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By RachelDerosier
Nov 13, 2006
This was a fun cake to make, and I was pretty proud of it!  It's a 2 layer white cake, with fresh banana filling.  The poker chips are fondant.
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By marina34
Nov 20, 2006
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By antonia74
Nov 27, 2006
This is a French Vanilla Sheet cake with BC icing and MM fondant on top. Poker chips and card are made of MMF and decorated with BC icing. Thank you for the inspiration....
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By sunnygg
Dec 17, 2006
All fondant, white chocolate stick and plaque
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By mypastrychef
Dec 25, 2006
Yellow cake with chocolate buttercream icing.  Cards are gumpaste.  Card faces drawn on by edible markers.
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By Strazle
Jan 13, 2007
This cake is covered in fondant and decorated with buttercream.  The money tray is carboard covered with foil, the coins are chocolate, and the handle is made from fondant painted with black food coloring diluted with a little water.  A pain to work with the fondant, I'd make some changes for next time.
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By megamoodles
Jan 18, 2007
Decorated in RI.  I made these for a wedding with a gambling theme.  The bride told me what cookies she wanted.  I would have loved to have made a slot machine, still haven't (yet).
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By cookiecreations
Jan 19, 2007
I did this for a guy whose wife surprised him with a trip to Vegas.
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By LittleLinda
Feb 14, 2007
I was inspired by SO many of these awesome cakes on here (especially Klsrtr's recent design...thank you!)
Done in buttercream with gumpaste playing cards/poker chips. The designs on the cards were done with food colouring pens.
The inscription reads "Happy Birthday Adam! You're a card...actyally, you're 2 cards..." then the Jack & Ace cards below...get it?? hahaha! It was the client's idea, but I liked her sense of humour!

(I did the A on the ace upside down....whoops!!)
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By antonia74
Feb 24, 2007
This cake was inspired by Helen at marmalade and various other poker cakes.  It turned out well I thought.  i had trouble getting the cards to color evenly so my fingers ended up dust colored.  Oh and I did nto note the cake orientation when i torted so when i put the layer back on the lines of the octagon were not matched up right.  i had to keep truning it to get the sides even.  NExt time I will tort them cut the edges!
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By acookieobsession
Mar 9, 2007
cake was done for a bithday for smoeone who was turning 40.
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By kgunn
Mar 9, 2007
This cake was made for a Vegas Night event held at my church. The design was done using a buttercream transfer.
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By Michele25
May 21, 2005

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