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8" all BC.
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By bulldog
Nov 23, 2005
Mini cakes made for Halloween, also a floral cake.  These were sold at a local restaraunt.  They are 3" in diameter
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By sugarspice
Jan 4, 2006
This was a really fun cake. Just a yellow cake with b/c icing. The grave sites are crushed oreo cookie, with gummy worms coming out to of the dirt....
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By spoiledtoodef
Feb 23, 2006
My first over the hill cake.  30 not really over the hill but I had to do it as a surprise for my husband.  Used a bratz doll for guy coming out of the grave.
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By toneg24
Mar 9, 2006
Used the Wilton Over the Hill cake pan for this one.
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By Michele25
Mar 10, 2006
My cousin's little boy requested a Monster Truck cake and wanted Grave Digger. I found a side view of the real truck and did my best at recreating it in a cake version. I have found that the more I do, the more I learn and the better I will be. The truck is chocolate cake stacked with ganache filling then covered in fondant. The bottom layer is French Vanilla, buttercream icing and crushed sugar wafers for the dirt. I am sure he will love it but I wish I was more of an artist when it comes to drawing. LOL
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By BamaSweets
Apr 22, 2006
This is a chocolate cake and filled with chocolate ganache and shaped into a dirt mound. After icing it with chocolate icing I  crushed chocolate graham crackers and patted them to the icing to resemble dirt. Then add comedy with gummy worms and over the hill candles and sayings. This cake layed flat as we propped up the tombstone at the long end of the cake and had it ALL carried out on a stretcher as we read a Eulogy before lighting the candles.  I made this was for my husband's 40th b-day
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By wolfyjules
Jun 2, 2006
This is the 2nd one of these that I've done (the 1st was for a man).  Top tier is chocolate, bottom tier is white....all buttercream except for the lady's head, arms & legs (MMF).
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By CustomCakesBySharon
Jun 7, 2006
Man sinking into hole in the center of the cake. All done with buttercream icing.
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By absolutecakes
Jul 20, 2006
This cake is iced smooth in white buttercream.  In order to achieve the "dirt" pile look and grave, I scooped out some of the chocolate cake.  Used Hershey bar as tombstone.  All decorations done in buttercream.
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By gourmetcakes
Aug 4, 2006
I did this for my son's 7th birthday. He loves Grave Digger! It's a yellow cake, decorated in all buttercream, except for the tires. The tires are off of one of DS's trucks.
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By monstersmom
Aug 17, 2006
This little boy loves Grave Digger!  This is a 12X18" base cake with a loaf pan cake holding up a 3D cruiser pan cake.  The wheels are donuts.  All yellow cake with buttercream and chocolate buttercream.
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By CustomCakesBySharon
Sep 5, 2006
Modelled after the monster truck Grave Digger.  Body of truck made from Wilton 3-D Cruiser, wheels are stacked cookies.  Base cake is 9x13.  All iced iwth regular buttercream.  Logo on side is piped and painted with buttercream.
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By tripletmom
Sep 24, 2006
I had yet another order for one of these cakes.  This was for one of my hubby's co-workers.  Chocolate/chocolate chip tiers (10" & 8" rounds) with buttercream icing.  The lady's body parts, the tombstone and the letters are made of gumpaste.
 
Thanks for looking!
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By CustomCakesBySharon
Sep 25, 2006
For my 3-year-old's preschool class birthday party. He LOVES the Grave Digger monster truck so I modeled it after that, eliminating the scary skull and crossbones stuff :)
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By mqguffey
Sep 27, 2006
Chocolate Chip cake with Hot Fudge icing.  The tree is cut from artifical flower pick, the fence was an idea I got from here on CC and the graves are made from crushed oreos and the tombstones are cookies from Kroger
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By barbaranoel
Oct 9, 2006
This was my son's 5th B-Day cake. The dirt track is choc. frosting and the grass is white frosting sprayed green. The ramps on the sides are built up with E.L.F sandwich cookies and covered with frosting. All trucks are just toys that I purchased at Walmart.
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By dakjack
Oct 13, 2006
made from sports ball and wrapped in fondant.  sitting on sheet cake with buttercream green ground and ground oreo dirt coming up out of the grave
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By srmaxwell
Oct 24, 2006
My first try with MMF.  The cake itself is Sarah's Red Velvet Cake with Mary Kay frosting (from this site).
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By Sqwidgetz
Oct 28, 2006
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By jazheel
Oct 30, 2006
I used about four or five other cake ideas to build this one.  I covered everything in MMF, but I am using a 220V microwave and for some reason it doesn't mix up right, so it cracks.  I tried to cover up all my trouble spots, but could only do so much.  My favorite parts are the mummy (so fun to make) and the hand!  My husband made all the pumpkins and the spider.  I had fun making the cat, frog and of course the mummy and hand.  It was a huge hit! BTW, the cake was Cookies and Cream w/real OREOS!
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By taznjo
Nov 6, 2006
This was my 1st attempt at molding a person. Have always loves this cake on CC. Lots of fun to make. Made for my Father in Laws 56th
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By spottydog
Nov 29, 2006
These are the Halloween cupcakes I made for everyone at work.  I love the way they turned out.
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By acgref
Dec 10, 2006
I used the 3D Cruiser pan for this. The wheels are Rice Krispie treats covered with fondant. The cake is also covered with fondant and then I free handed the picture and painted the whole cake. After doing this, I really want to get an edible image printer!!!
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By KittisKakes
Jan 27, 2007
Sculpted Grave Digger
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By peasacake
Jan 30, 2007
This was for our County Judge.  He HATED turning 60 so we had a llittle "funeral" for his youth.  Don't know how the mustard got into the picture.
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By Coastiemom
Feb 7, 2007
Just finished this for a customer....tombstone is cake, other stuff is fondant.   Airbrush came in handy today.
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By Kitagrl
Feb 9, 2007
I made these loaf cakes in chocolate with buttercream icing.  I tried to shape sugar cookies to resemble tombstones and heads.
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By meowkitty30
Mar 1, 2007
This was my 2nd try at a 3D Grave Digger monster truck.  It's an 11X15 base with a carved 3D cruiser on top of a loaf cake (all marble).  Covered in chocolate buttercream and the truck was then covered in dark chocolate MMF.  Then I used pieces of white MMF on the truck that I hand painted the design onto.  The wheels are rice krispies covered in MMF.  TFL!
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By CustomCakesBySharon
Mar 8, 2007
A little morbid, but we definitely got a kick out of it.
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By LaurieK
Mar 10, 2007
Quick and simple cake that didn't turn out as well as i had hoped.
The ground is a crushed chocolate Flake
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By kirst1310
Mar 23, 2007
Cupcake cake with all BC.
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By ahmommy
Mar 24, 2007
Jesus' grave with cross and crown of thorns. His drape is on the base of cake
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By brklynjean
Apr 6, 2007
I actually did this for a weird East Texas family gathering at a graveyard, but it is perfectly suited for Halloween.  The only thing I would do different is bake a thicker cake for the tombstone so that it wouldn't need so much help to stand up or screw it to a cake board.  It worked fairly well and was a hit with everyone!
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By Froggytat
Apr 12, 2007
i made this cake with the pt cruiser and a mini loaf to square up the back the wheels are made from french crullers donuts and to frosted all with butter cream
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By mamatank
May 7, 2007
This is a 1/4 sheet cake rounded with buttercream covered in crushed oreoa.
The feet are made of MMF and airbrushed.
The headstone is RK Treat covered in MMF.
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By rjtaconner
May 22, 2007
My husband's boss' birthday cake.
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By 8Tracie8
Jun 6, 2007
The is a monster truck covered in MMF.  It is on a board with small board on dowels so that it is in the air.
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By Suebee
Jun 13, 2007
THIS IS THE CAKE I FINISHED FOR ONE OF MY WILTON COURSES. I FOUND OUT THE NEXT MORNING THAT BTTRCRM WILL MELT COLOR FLOW. ATLEAST I GOT A PICTURE BEFORE THE DECORATION MELTED
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By procrastibaker
Jun 20, 2007
This was for my cousins Halloween/Birthday Party.  It is chocolate cake with chocolate pastry cream and chocolate buttercream.  I airbrushed darker brown over the icing.  The letters were done ahead of time with Royal Icing.  The fingers are aluminum foil wrapped in gumpaste strips.  The ghosts, RIPs, bones, and eyeballs are gumpaste or fondant.
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By pastrypuffgirl
Nov 3, 2005

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