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The butterfly is color flow, with luster dust. the pink dots are royal icing.
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By smashcakes
Jan 17, 2006
This cake was done for my daughter's 1st b-day.  She had already attacked the cake causing one side to start falling before we could get a good picture of it.  It was fairly easy to make although time consuming, I baked cake inside of soup cans for the towers with ice cream cones on top.  Fruit roll-up mote, graham cracker drawbridge.  The inside is just a drawing I made on a sheet of paper and lined the back with wax paper for easy removal.
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By KHalstead
Jan 18, 2006
Cake for a co-worker's baby shower. Used Wilton carriage pan and impression mat for sheet cake - all buttercream.
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By susgene
Jan 18, 2006
Cake for my 10 yr old niece.  Chocolate cake with buttercream - pillows, heads and headboard were fondant.
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By susgene
Jan 18, 2006
White cake with buttercream for a cute little girl's birthday
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By susgene
Jan 18, 2006
Butter cake covered in BC w/BC transfer of karate girl (got the idea from another great cake I saw on the site).  I think it was her 12th birthday...hope she likes it :)
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By jennycakes
Jan 20, 2006
This cake was made the last day in 2005. For a girls 1st birthday.
I have used patchwork cutters.
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By elin
Jan 21, 2006
A doll cake made for a girls birthday. The dress is to look like an Sri Lankan cloth.
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By elin
Jan 21, 2006
Made for a 14th birthday.  The girls are drawn freehand on the cake.
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By gmcakes
Jul 12, 2007
Here is my daughter's birthday cake. Thanks Connie(boween) for instructions on the purse handle. Thanks to mamafrog for help on the gumpaste stars! The cake was a big hit!
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By traci
Jan 22, 2006
I guess I got a little carried away...but we had a cookie cake too! Edible image of the napkin.
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By traci
Jan 22, 2006
This is a picture of the Castle Cake that I made. You will find it posted under another ID for me (Messed up when I was registering). It was made using a 10X10X2 Wilton Pan for the bottom tier and a small oblong pan for the top tier. I then cut off the ends of the oblong cake to make it square. The "towers" in front were made using 2 drinking glasses, turning them upside down and frosting them. My donut towers fell and I had to do some quick thinking. Stones were piped using a #12 tip, then flattened.
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By sabbrina
Jan 23, 2006
My niece turned 2 the week before my daughter's 1st birthday, but she was sick and didn't get to have a party.  So I made her a little cake of her own to go with my daughter's.  I copied it one I saw in Parents magazine.
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By tammiemarie
Jan 24, 2006
This was a cake I did for a friend at church.  I did it pretty quick and it is not one of my better cakes, that's for sure!  I do however like the overall look of the cake. The parents-to-be LOVED the little bear and wanted to save it in the freezer and give it to their daughter on her 1st b-day.  I told them that I would bake her a fresh cake in a year instead.  Thanks for looking!
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By luv2cake
Jan 28, 2006
I did this cake for a friend's baby shower.  I learned a lot about fondant, especially to bring extra.  And I learned not to place a cake in sunlight because by the time it came to serve it, the arm had fallen off.  3-D bear pan on top of a 1/2 sheet.
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By dickson98
Jan 28, 2006
This is a clothesline cake I made for my sister-in-law's shower.  I copied the clothesline off of her shower invitations.  I am really happy with it, I hope she will be too!
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By tammiemarie
Jan 28, 2006
Here I go again with a miniature cake!  Made this for my 4yo daughter's bday tomorrow for a small family get together (6 people total).  This one the tiers are pushed back instead of centered on the tier below it, just wanted to try something different.  (I think I like it centered better, but hindsight is 20/20) The doll on top was only $1.00 at the Dollar General store!! I'm heading back this week to buy more, they're so cute!  Thanks for looking.
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By momsandraven
Jan 28, 2006
This is an 8" cake with a fondont baby's head under a fondont blanket.  This is my best basket weave yet.  I was so pleased with it.
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By dpwmom
Jan 30, 2006
This cake was made for my SIL's friend at work.  He and his wife are expecting a little girl.  They (the "friends" at work) requested a baby with his head on it for the cake decoration.  This is my first attempt at photo editing.  I created the picture by cropping his head off of 1 picture and using it to replace the baby's head.  I hope he has a sense of humor (...and the baby looks more like her MOM!)
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By gmcakes
Mar 16, 2007
The little girl I made this for loves Groovy Girl dolls.  I free-handed a doll's face on top and did all the flowers, etc. in buttercream.
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By divaofcakes
Feb 9, 2006
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By desertm
Feb 10, 2006
Just thought I'd post a close-up of the sculpted girl.
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By LisaMS
Feb 10, 2006
Inspiration from the 2006 Wilton Yearbook.  This was for a 12yo girl's birthday.  I made the decorations with fondant.
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By cindy6250
Feb 12, 2006
I made this for an 11yo girl's birthday.  Cake iced with buttercream w/ royal icing daisies and drop flowers.  I made the headboard out of foam board and attached daisies with royal icing.
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By cindy6250
Feb 12, 2006
I saw a cake like this on here but for a baby boy. I modified it for a girl and it turned out beautifully!! Buttercream icing, fondant stars, moon, baby and blanket.
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By ericka
Feb 17, 2006
This was my 1st large sheet cake. I only wish the icing was smother but, it pleased my 4 year old, guess that's all that really matters.
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By tayakaleb
Feb 20, 2006
This cake was baked in a Pyrex bowl and covered in MMF.  I airbrushed the fondant with pearl dust and added the lines in ivory.  The wheels and accents are all in gumpaste.  I didn't know how to get the gumpaste to roll out properly as I have seen on this site in other pics (letters made of gumpaste).  I couldn't get a long enough piece.  Any ideas would be welcome.  One wheel broke beyond repair.  I would probably use an edible image to do the door next time instead of painting it on.
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By frankandcathy
Feb 20, 2006
This was a single tiered version of a cake in the 2006 Wilton Yearbook.  This is all mmf with royal icing hair and writing.
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By fytar
Feb 27, 2006
My first cupcake "cake"!
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By caramelgudness
Feb 27, 2006
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By StandingForJesus
Feb 27, 2006
This is a close up (sorry so blurry) of the baby that was on top. I made everything by hand....it was a lot of fun to make, and a learning cake!
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By farney0125
Mar 5, 2006
This is a cake I made for a very dear friend who is due any day. I wanted to make this special for her because she is so special to me. Not my best cake, but I have not made many lately...guess I am a little rusty. Anyway...thanks for looking!
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By farney0125
Mar 5, 2006
This was a two person cake; I helped my friend make this cake for her daughter's 7th birthday.  The party was Bratz themed, but we stayed away from putting Bratz on teh cake, we just used the color scheme from teh plates and napkins etc.  Then to tie it into the dolls we had purses and lips on the cake.
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By cordy
Mar 8, 2006
I made this for a friend's daughter.  This is the first real transfer I've done and it really turned out great!!  For some reason, I seem to write better on cakes than I can print.  I wonder why.
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By mmdd
Mar 8, 2006
My happy news is I got second place in the Sugarcraft competition! I am very excited about this. Congratulations Franjmc on your first place! Your beautiful work deserved it!
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By melissaanne
Mar 10, 2006
2 tier lilac stacked cake for a christening. I made this for one of my friends baby girls christening, she adored it!
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By lauracox79
Mar 11, 2006
All decorations edible.
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By tanyacakes
Mar 12, 2006
Two plastic barbie dolls with cake for dresses.  Dresses covered with textured fondant using textured rolling pins.  Table is styrofoam underneath but just as well could be cake.  Table decorations all edible.  Number of candles on cake was age of birthday girl.  Plates made out of gumpaste and after they dried for a bit(2 hours), I drew on them with edible blue pen.
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By tanyacakes
Mar 12, 2006
This is a 1/4 sheet Strawberry Cake with two shades of Pink buttercream icing.  I used the heart cookie cutters as a pattern on the top.
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By tsuitor
Mar 13, 2006
My little grandaughter wanted a Barbie doll cake dressed in "LELO" yellow.
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By awela
Apr 13, 2005

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