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For my dad's 54th birthday.  Edible image on the cake.  Cake is low carb/sugarfree.
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By GinaJuarez
Jul 10, 2005
This was fashioned after a vintage recruitment poster.
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By djjarrett88
Oct 14, 2005
This cake was made for my Mother's Group combined 3rd birthday in September.  I made a few buttercakes & sandwiched them with buttercream until it resembled a large rectangular block.  I then carved out the Nemo shape and, due to limited time, piped orange butter cream rosettes all over.  The fins are modelling fondant and the shell shaped fins are fondant pressed into a madeleine tin and painted orange.
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By sone
Oct 20, 2005
Full size, double layer vanilla cake with mocha buttercream icing. This was for a CoC ceremony last year. Image is a FBCT
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By BellaRosa
Feb 22, 2006
Fbct for my husbands boss, who is a retired marine.
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By tally
Mar 8, 2006
Half sheet cake with chocolate transfer of the new Battalion Logo. This was a gift to my husbands command & my first chocolate transfer. I had a blast making it. Unfortunately, my 3yo broke it before I could put it on the cake so the 1 is missing.
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By BellaRosa
Apr 5, 2006
This is a white cake with white bc filling. I decided to surprise my fiance with a marine badge for this cake, as most of his friends at the party are military. This cake would have been easier if it was larger, since it was difficult to get the details without smaller tips. The drawing was freehand. The circles are the only fondant used on the cake. I did 5 layers on the overpiping for this cake.
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By Zmama
Apr 13, 2006
This was a vanilla cake with vanilla pudding filling.  It was made for a friend's son who flys on C130s and was turning 27.  The toothpick later held a flag, but I didn't get a picture of that.
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By astro
May 3, 2006
Thanks to Cake Corner for sharing some hints with me for this cake!  Although I totally messed up and was not even able to build a stand as instructed, so this cake is luckily staying home for my son because it does not have any inner support to travel with except the board inside the shark.  I also broke a few of my own "all edible" rules by making the lower jaw of styrofoam and the fin of paper plate.  My son will like it, that is what counts!
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By Kitagrl
Jun 15, 2006
This baby was one of my first "character cakes", so to speak. My blood pressure was sky high, I can tell you that much! Chocolate cake w/peanut butter cream filling-made for a friend of a friend home from active duty. Traced design & all letters w/a toothpick-had to narrow down from the emblem I was given-including the globe, anchor AND eagle would've put me 6 feet under, I think---was soo relieved to see this one go out the door to a very happy customer!
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By saranac2000
Jun 20, 2006
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By LittleLinda
Jun 29, 2006
1/2 sheet cake done for a retired Marine's Birthday!  His wife told me later "Do you know what it takes to make a Marine cry? Your cake!"  I felt pretty good about this one.  Flag MMF and emblem Choc. transfer.
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By NEWTODECORATING
Jun 30, 2006
Didn't quite turn out how I wanted.    I tried to create an old world effect on the sheet cake but I think I went overboard with the antiquing!   Well, I have never made a WHOLE sheet cake before.  The thing was huge!!!  Yikesabee!  Covered in fondant with luster dust galore!  LOL
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By CakesUnleashed
Jul 9, 2006
THIS WAS A GROOMS CAKE.  THE ONLY THING NOT EDIBLE IS THE ANCHOR AND EAGLE.  THE ROPE IS FONDANT AS IS THE GLOBE AND CAKE BASE.
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By LAJUANA
Aug 1, 2006
Made for my son's 23rd birthday.  He just got out of the Marines and likes SpongeBob.  Banana Cake, French Custard Filling
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By pbertone1005
Aug 6, 2006
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By creativecakesbychristine
Aug 8, 2006
My baby cousin is joining the Marines.  She is leaving for boot camp in a week.  This was for her going away party.  Its an edible image of the ribbon.  I tried to make a red, white, and blue, ruffle around the botom. And I want to send a thanks to Doug for helping me come up with the verse.
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By alicia_froedge
Aug 21, 2006
Yellow cake, bavarian cream filling, buttercream icing and edibile Marine image.
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By MG
Aug 30, 2006
Created for a son who was entering the military to protect and serve this country as a Marine. (Slighty blurry picture - sorry)
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By regymusic
Oct 1, 2006
2 11x15 side by side, sheild was an iced sugar cookie.  writing was done with the aid of a projector.
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By sweetcakes
Oct 7, 2006
This USMC cookie cake was made for a marine who has been deloyed to Iraq.  We used this for his going away party.  The seal is a FBCT (I thought I was going to go blind!)
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By AmyKay
Oct 10, 2006
The starfish is stippled with a corn silker. I am always trying to find ways to use tools that I have already.
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By JoMama
Oct 14, 2006
This cake was made for the Colonel of the MCJROTC program at school.  It was COMPLETELY inspired by regymusic who was kind enough to give me information on how she did it.  I used buttercream instead of fondant, but with fondant accents.  It is a 10" double layer chocolate cake with a 8" yellow on top.  The Semper Fi insignia on top is white chocolate painted with luster dust.  Man do I love that stuff!!!  The fondant rope around the bottom is also painted heavily with luster dust.
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By mgdqueen
Oct 20, 2006
This is a 15x22 made using FBCT.  This was my first attempt at FBCT and I think it was fun to do.
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By Melody120
Nov 8, 2006
Inspired by CreativePastries and also by a post by SugarBlossomCakes where Doug told where to buy the mold for the EGA emblem.  Thank you to all three.  The Marines really loved this cake.This was a full sheet 18 x 24.  Half chocolate and half white with raspberry filling.  My first time using luster dust and I love it!
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By SpudCake
Nov 10, 2006
Okay-posted a few threads about these things-at least the fondant and gumpaste Marine in the background!  The cakes are 14" vanilla, 10" chocolate-both with double chocolate cookies n cream filling, and an 8" dummy.  The dummy is draped with a handpainted fondant flag and luster painted rope, 10" sported a 6" white chocolate and luster dusted Marine Corps insignia, and the 14" included a FBCT of the logo, plus white chocolate medallions dusted with super pearl and silver dusts.  My faves so far!!
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By mgdqueen
Nov 11, 2006
I know I posted my finished cakes together, but this one needed a pic of its own.  It was a dummy covered with a handpainted flag with fondant cut-out stars and fondant rope with luster dust.  This one was my favorite.  I didn't want to cut into the flag which is why it is a dummy.
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By mgdqueen
Nov 13, 2006
BC cake with FBCT USMC emblem.
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By hktaitai
Nov 23, 2006
i wish i had a better picture of this cake. it is a two layered chocolate cake and i cut out the middle area of the top cake. I filled it with blue jello and threw in gummy fish. the sides were frosted with bc and my friends and i drew sea creatues. it was a lot of fun to make!
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By octopus
Nov 26, 2006
Half French vanilla, half strawberry cake, iced with almond buttercream  This was made for a friend's boyfriend, who is back to sea next week with the Merchant Marines.  Logo is a frozen buttercream transfer.
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By crisseyann
Dec 2, 2006
This is the 2nd CoC cake I have done for this unit. I was very happy with this one. I think this is the smoothest I have EVER gotten my icing! Mocha cake (Lady Cakes Recipe) & Vanilla Cream Icing. I was glad I had to trim it because the mocha cake is delicious!!
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By BellaRosa
Dec 2, 2006
The cake is frosted in buttercream.  The emblem and rope border are made of MMF and the EGA is made of candymelts.
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By brenna
Jan 30, 2007
Nautical flags were made of fondant and dried on flower formers. Then airbrushed and attached w/ BC.
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By CakeL8T
Feb 9, 2007
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By CakeL8T
Feb 16, 2007
I made this cake for my nephews 12th birthday.  Ever since he could talk he has been saying that he wants to go into the srevice when he gets older.  The buttons and belt buckle are 50/50 gumpaste/fondant I put in marine candy molds  painted with lustre dust and gel colors.
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By PistachioCranberry
Feb 17, 2007
The recipient of this cake is shipping out for Iraq.  Half chocolate half white cake with all buttercream frosting.  Pray for all of our soldiers!
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By Teekakes
Feb 24, 2007
First off all I want to thank all of the great cake artists on this site from whom I copied alot of this design.  The flags around the bottom of the first tier are the marine alphabet flags.   They spell out "C-O-N-G-R-A-T-S".   Either I'm just slow or it felt like it took forever for me to finish this cake.
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By bonnebouche
Mar 31, 2007
This is a birthday cake for my Father-in-law who is a retired Marine.  Letters are royal icing, emblem is 50/50 gumpaste and fondant.  Everything else is fondant and I used gold luster dust for painting. It is iced with white buttercream and the cake is devils food with whipped chocolate ganache frosting for the filling. Of course I was inspired by all the wonderful U.S. Marine cakes on this site.  :)
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By bellejoey
Apr 14, 2007
This cake was made for a lady who wanted it for her husband, but she never showed up to get it so i made some changes and am taking it to a marine family day......cake is made with buttercream and fondant
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By aussienyankie
Apr 20, 2007
A groom's cake decorate with the Marine Corps Emblem modeled in rolled fondant. I HAVE RECEIVED MANY OUT OF AREA REQUESTS FOR THIS CAKE AND UNFORTUNATELY, I AM UNABLE TO SHIP CAKES.

By: Maria Short <a href=http://www.creativepastries.fws1.com/ target=_blank>Creative Pastries</a>
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By Anonymous
Apr 13, 2005

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