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I really need to work on my writing skills!!  Kinda pitiful I think...lol
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By JennT
Aug 4, 2005
This was for a girls surprise party.  They had a movie theme and the mom wanted this design.  I wanted to add little "movie reels" to the side but ran out of time.
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By charlieinMO
Aug 7, 2005
Here is a FBCT of Napoleon Dynamite.
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By Mac
Sep 22, 2005
This is a cake I did for work. It's Customer Service week and also our theme is "At the Movies", so I wanted to incorporate both. Cake is white chocolate, vanilla BC. Film reel is made from gumpaste with accents made with food writer marker. Popcorn bag is piped BC and acutal popcorn. M&Ms in rosette border.
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By mamafrogcakes
Oct 6, 2005
this si my copycat cake of so many beautiful 'popcorn' cakes on the site! I mase butter cakes, torted w/choc mocha buttercream, covered in fondant...all 'accessories' are fondant too. Had trouble w/covering cake in fondant, so I fluted the 'container'..I always get ripples in my fondant on the sides...any suggestions? Am I rolling too much out? It drives me nuts..
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By jennycakes
Oct 27, 2005
I made these for Daughter's movie themed b-day party. I made one for each child. It was a hit!
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By jenurator
Nov 14, 2005
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By JennB
Jan 1, 2006
That Wars Fan. Carved my hand
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By ceggie81454
Jan 18, 2006
The little girl that got this cake would not cut it.
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By ceggie81454
Jan 18, 2006
I saw this design here in the gallery, so I thought that I would give it a try for my daughter's 6th birthday.  Everyone kept trying to grap a handful of popcorn out of it!  I assembled an 8", 9", and two 10" then carved the bucket shape.  Bottom cake was chocolate and the 10" cake was white both had white chocolate mousse and strawberry fillings.  Iced in buttercream with fondant stripes.  Film was a tootsie roll wrapped around a 6" cake with fondant top and bottom.  Thanks for looking!
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By MellyD
Feb 23, 2006
I just thought I'd show you girls that I am capable of making my own cakes :) Not everything I do is copied ... This cake I did for an Oscar party I attended last year - I absolutely loved it. Between Million-Dollar Baby and the Aviator ... I don't know who I like best!
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By bmote1
Apr 6, 2006
My boss asked me for a cake for his son, he said He loves bible quiz, play piano, the movie RENT and he will get an I-Pod for his birthday so I had to come up with something createve, cake vanilla with almond BC and edible immage, all accessories fondant.
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By Reyna
Apr 10, 2006
My friend was hosting a movie party for her son's birthday and we came up with this idea for a cake.  Cake is covered in buttercream and the decorations are freehanded from candymelts.
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By jeans541
Apr 28, 2006
Half Sheet 40th bday cake, was for a red carpet, movie  party. Fondant carpet, stars and movie items.Thanks for great ideas off of here!
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By tally
Jun 10, 2006
A plain cake decorated in buttercream icing, the car design and logo were copied from a picture and place on cake using piping gel, it was then outlined with icing and filled in with the # 14 star tip, the race track was sprayed with Wilton's color mist.
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By Nesmar
Jun 22, 2006
picked out by our 2 year old for his 3rd birthday
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By Neta
Jul 2, 2006
I used a giant muffin cake pan on top of a 12-inch square to make this cake for my church movie night. The popcorn is randomly piped clouds shaded with brown and golden yellow coloring gel. I used clear cake sprinkles for salt. It went over really well.
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By goodcakefairy
Jul 5, 2006
This is Mater from the movie cars. He is our favorite. So I decided to make us a little cake. This is airbrushed freehand.
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By FancyLayne23
Jul 6, 2006
Lightning McQueen FBCT...sooo fun to see it turn out!  Other idea would be to put lightning bolts around the outside of the cake...but it was late, and I was done!
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By ladybug03
Jul 13, 2006
Hope this one looks better!
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By anerol
Jul 16, 2006
Half chocolate/half white sheet cake.  FBCT of Lightning McQueen.
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By alicia_froedge
Jul 16, 2006
I made this cake for my sons 3rd birthday party.  My DH was the one who came up with the design and he was there every step of the way helping me decorate.  The cakes were frosted in IMBC then airbrush brown.  I enjoyed making this cake very much everyone loved it.
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By Chef_Mommy
Jul 17, 2006
A friend asked me to make an "Incredibles" cake for her son's birthday so I came up with this.
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By taznjo
Jul 20, 2006
2 - 12x18 cakes side by side.  stars are gumpaste, curtains are fondant with an edible image. everything else is piped on butter cream.  done for a joint 16th party, theme was movie stars.
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By sweetcakes
Jul 30, 2006
I made this cake for my son's 3rd birthday.  We celebrated twice, so this was the second cake that I made for him
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By jamin376
Jul 31, 2006
For a girl who's surprising her husband to a party in a movie theatre to watch a movie with 50 of his family and friends.  I got this idea from jeans541 that is on this forum.  All with buttercream icing & decorations in buttercream done freehand.
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By Susan94
Aug 10, 2006
Saw some popcorn cakes that inspired me, so I thought I would try - boy it sure was hot out that day working with BC - video on side has printed edible image
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By cowgirl58
Aug 20, 2006
This is the third cake i have made. It's Jack Skellington and I made it for my wifes birthday tomorrow. the base is 2 layer 12 x 14 chocolate that was originally going to be a tombstone, but I never cut due to how much cake would be wasted. His body is 4 layer 4 x 8. His neck is actually a Scott towel roll wrapped in Saran Wrap, buttercream and then fondant. For a head I used the Wilton ball pans. Base is buttercream, everything else is fondant with icing details. I custom made the stand to support his body
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By Darthburn
Aug 29, 2006
Chocolate cake, BC icing, top done with star tip. (First attempt at this.) My 6 yr old was more than thrilled with his cake. I was so glad it turned out as well as it did. The cake itself was pretty easy to do once I had the outline of the car. Although the photo shows there were some small "spaces" in the road, noone could see them looking at the cake.. ;) I think my camera is too good for my own good. lol
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By kjackson
Sep 3, 2006
Second shot of cake with candles. "Happy Birthday Brandon" was piped around the side of the cake which I had frosted with a "color swirl" effect. (Something I just thought looked cool LOL)
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By kjackson
Sep 3, 2006
This was my first go at Lightning McQueen from CARS the movie. not bad........... maybe........ i thought.
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By makingcakes
Sep 4, 2006
I was happy with the improvement on this cake, compared to my first go. still a fiddly one to do though - very time consuming.
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By makingcakes
Sep 4, 2006
I did this cake for my boyfriend, who loves popcorn, on his birthday.  It is chocolate cake w/ buttercream icing and MMF stripes.  The popcorn is made from mini-marshmallows that I sliced into quarters then smashed together and sprayed yellow.  Everyone kept squinting their eyes and asking if the popcorn was real.
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By Cookie_Brookie
Sep 11, 2006
This was my first time trying this theme. The cake is yellow buttercream and the icing dark choc buttercream. The popcorn mixture is plain popcorn mixed with milk choc candy pieces drizzled with white choc.
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By edawny
Sep 16, 2006
Here's the Cars character pan on a quarter sheet cake.  I got a nice deep red by tinting my icing red, then airbrushing red over that before I did any of the other colors on the cake.
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By momsandraven
Sep 18, 2006
This is a cake i made for my son's birthday. I traced the logo with a toothpick and simply filled it in.
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By ARice1227
Sep 21, 2006
A full view of the Hollywood birthday cake.
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By ShirleyW
Oct 2, 2006
No Fail and Antonia74 RI. For a wedding rehearsal party with a movie theme.
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By KittisKakes
Oct 3, 2006
A cake requested for a couple who both work in the film industry and had their wedding in an old hollywood movie theater.
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By dutch220
Oct 13, 2006
This was my cake for a friend's Oscars party.  Everything is edible!  I baked the cake in a flower pot to get the shape, the film is chocolate and the reel and strip are rolled fondant.  The "popcorn" is fondant as well.  I sprayed it with a mixture of corn syrup, warm water and yellow food colouring for the butter.  Thanks for looking.
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By suzyqqq27
Apr 13, 2005

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