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This was my first go at Fondant - MMF.  I found it easier to use than I thought it would be.  The colors did not turn out as deep as I wanted.
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By cakecre8tor
Aug 10, 2005
Believe it or not, this was for my daughter's 2nd birthday.  She absolutely loves Samurai Jack, she calls him her boyfriend ^^
This is an 8" round decorated with buttercream frosting.  I outlined Jack freehand and filled it in with a small round tip.
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By LittlePixie
Sep 28, 2005
My son wanted Gotham City for his Batman 3rd birthday party.   My first attempt at color flow...good thing I stated a week in advanced for the buildings to dry.  The buildings were quite labor intensive, not real straight and I had alot of crackng while they dried.  It was a big hit though...the kids each took home the buildings, they had enough sugar at the party.  This cake was huge, I had 1/2 left over after serving 22, and some had seconds.
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By Schmoop
Dec 18, 2005
This cake is for a little boy that couldn't make up his mind on which Super Hero he wanted. So I put them all on there. All are edible images...the rosettes at the top were for his candles.....thanks for looking
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By spoiledtoodef
Jan 25, 2006
My version of the Spiderman cake from Wilton's 2005 yearbook. I used graham crackers instead of making cookies ~ much easier.
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By wyatt
Feb 21, 2006
I am finding that coloring MMF with too much color really messes up the consistency of the fondant...anyone know how to color fondant and still keep it really smooth?  Anyway...airbrushed the black shoulder but hand painted the face.
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By Kitagrl
Feb 25, 2006
This isn't the most beautiful attempt at a Wonder Woman cake, but my sister was happy with it.  I would have used stars on the skin if I could do it over.  Originally, the cake pan came with a plastic face.  Unfortunately, I didn't have it.
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By karajoy
Mar 3, 2006
Batman/Gotham City cake done, a lady wanted a magazine cover copied.  Used the wacky cake recipe for allergic customer (no eggs, milk).  Base cake is 11x15 and Batman is cut out of additional 9x13 so its raised up.
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By Kitagrl
Mar 9, 2006
Oscar, the 5yo birthday boy is having a Super Hero party!  The Flash is on the backside of the city.  I got the idea from the 2005 Wilton Yearbook and have used it a few times for other themes ~ Batman and King Kong.
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By wyatt
Mar 19, 2006
No fail sugar cookie recipe.Alice's Icing recipe.I really like the buttery taste of this icing but it doesn't really harden enough.It keeps the cookie soft also which is great!! I definetly will use this icing again!!
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By Kiddiekakes
May 6, 2006
Also used the Blog for this cake that others have used.Styrofoam wig head I bought from Ebay.For my son's 5th Birthday this weekend
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By Kiddiekakes
May 10, 2006
My version of the superhero cake many at CC have done. My first time using colorflow, and my first stacked cake.
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By Liana
May 31, 2006
Second Super Hero Cake. 10" & 6" BC icing, Fondant letters & stars, white chocolate spider webs, hershey chocolate candy bars for buildings & plastic figures.  The kids flipped over the chocolate buildings....thanks goodness there was enough for all the kids.  Will make more next time. :)
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By bjfranco
Jun 17, 2006
Buttercream icing with store bought Superman logos.  Gumballs and cake sparkles for effect.  Fun, easy and Andrew is a happy 5 year old!
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By wyatt
Jul 19, 2006
Victorious David!   My final cake had 5 smooth stones (pistacio nuts) sitting at his feet.  Pound Cake & Butter Cream.  You should have seen the 9 1/2 foot Goliath that stood in our living room (paper mache)!
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By beegirlbee
Jul 25, 2006
Made this cake for twins that were graduating from 8th grade. Used little hero pan. I had no idea what to do until a member from CC suggested to just use my imagination. So I did. And I thank you very much I tried to find your cc name but could not find the message I had written. Talk about being a newbie HEE HEE! Had lots of fun doing this one. Chocolate cake with strawberry filling buttercream frosting with fondant and edible glitter. I found it Thank You Lukasross!=)
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By sthrasher1
Aug 25, 2006
This is the twin that I did. It was a boy and girl graduating from 8th grade. Both pictures are now uploaded. White cake with custard filling. The family loved the cakes and so did all the guests. Buttercream fondant and edible glittler. Made the cap out of card board wrapped it with foil and star piped the buttercream with tip #16 and added fondant tassel. Should have made the hair a little nicer
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By sthrasher1
Aug 25, 2006
This is a double layer Superman cake made from the super hero pan.  I didn't have the plastic lay on pieces so I had to draw my own face and "S" in the center.  Not really the best face in the world, but it was for a 4 year old and his mom said as long as he had black hair her son would be happy!  LOL  :)
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By pastrypantry
Sep 9, 2006
"S" logo with wings. Painted with silver luster dust.
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By KimAZ
Sep 14, 2006
spiderman cake done from directions found here. thanks so much to whoever posted them! (sorry but don't have the directions right here ;(). made for someone's nephew... had a terrible time w/ the head being too wobbly... my first like this. thanks for looking!
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By jwong9664
Sep 18, 2006
For a 5 year old who wanted "Justice League".  Inspired by Redsoxgirl's superhero cake.  Buttercream with fondant buildings and cape.  Name is melted candy melts.
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By cakesbyjackie
Sep 24, 2006
This little guy is just precious! I love him so much I can't believe someone is going to eat him! I think the little hero pan is my favorite pan ever! This is for one of our fire station's anual golf tournament.
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By tragicdeathpickles
Oct 5, 2006
This cake was made in honor of my cousin in law who died in Iraq. His picture was placed on edible paper, the flags are made from sugar, i bought them like that, the icing is buttercream
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By jen573
Oct 6, 2006
1/2 sheet carved to shape of Superman's shield logo.
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By KimAZ
Oct 8, 2006
1/2 sheet carved to shape of Supergirls's shield with wings.
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By KimAZ
Oct 8, 2006
The writing says "40 isn't anything a shot won't cure". Our Deputy Chief of EMS turned 40, and of course, we had to rub it in! Used the Little Hero pan and mimicked the police officer instructions.
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By tragicdeathpickles
Oct 19, 2006
It is hard to see but on top of this cake you can find Superman, Batman, and Spiderman..they are made from shrink plastic and hot glued to plastic picks.  The buildings are made from color flow and the cars are made from jelly slices candies and spice drops.  The birthday boy loved it. I found this cake in one of the Wilton's Yearbooks.
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By NiteOwl4evr
Nov 17, 2006
This was for my nephew's 5th bday.  I ran out of fondant, which is why there are no building around the back of the cake.  I'm sure he'll love it anyway.
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By jeniferrice
Nov 19, 2006
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By apwrep
Nov 25, 2006
One of two Superman cakes this weekend.  Half white/chocolate.  Cut from an 11 x 15 sheet cake.  Iced in blue and yellow BC with fondant "S".
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By msauer
Nov 26, 2006
Wilton's spiderman cake pan
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By Barbend
Dec 19, 2006
2-tier cake covered in MMF.  Chocolate Transfer super heros on sticks standing in front of the comic "background" for the character.  The backgrounds are piped onto the cake with chocolate (wish I could figure out how to put it on smoothly!).  The birthday boy is the super hero on the top.  There is Spiderman with a web, Wolverine with an X, Superman with a city skyline, Batman with the moon and a gargoyle, Flash Gordon with a lightning bolt, Cyclops in front of red, and The Hulk coming through a wall.
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By Uberhipster
Jan 3, 2007
These cakes were made using the retired Wilton Football Hero pan and the First & Ten Football pan.
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By mlhudson
Jan 12, 2007
All buttercream.  For a fan of the video game "Guitar Hero", but his friends refer to him at "Guitar Zero".
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By jenncowin
Feb 18, 2007
Entirely edible!   Chocolate Buttercream for the Dark Blue Base... Fondant for the Cape, Batman Throwing Star, Happy Birthday Banner / Letters, Gotham City sign and Mask.  Color Flow for the Buildings and Batman Logo.   3 Layers - Two 8" layers and One 10" layer... alternating Chocolate and Vanilla cake with Chocolate Buttercream Filling.
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By LvMy4Runner
Feb 20, 2007
Entirely edible!   Buttercream for the Bright Blue Base... Fondant for the Cape, the Daily Planet Newspaper Heading, Kryptonite (with Luster Dust) and Happy Birthday Banner / Letters.  Color Flow for the Buildings and Superman Logo.   3 Layers - Two 10" layers and One 8" layer... alternating Chocolate and Vanilla cake with Buttercream Filling.
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By LvMy4Runner
Feb 20, 2007
This is my first attempt at a 1/2 sheet cake... Classic yellow with butter cream frosting. All the art work is Melted Chocolate Transfer.
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By reesesob
Mar 6, 2007
the face of the spiderman.
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By EROS
Mar 10, 2007
FBCT, full sheet cake, 1/2 choc 1/2 yellow butter.  Fun to make and the birthday boy loved it!
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By cookiecreations
Mar 11, 2007
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By janethorp
Jun 3, 2005

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