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Babies room is decorated with sea green, navy, and octopus. This is what I created to try to go with that theme. MMF octopus and accents. WASC with raspberry filling, and lemon cake filled with lemon curd and blueberry perserves.
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By MommyEdzards
Aug 18, 2007
I got this idea from the room decor for the baby's room. It's all done in fondant.
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By Michele01
Aug 19, 2007
Buttercream for overall icing and octopus. Fondant for ship, palm trees, eye patch, and gold coins. See other pic for opposite side.
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By IcingRules
Aug 23, 2007
This was done for my son's 3rd birthday.  All buttercream.  Butter pecan cake with coconut pecan filling.  Octopus is white cake with choc. filling.  This was my first 'round' cake... I'm surprised it stayed together because the round cake gave me fits.
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By froufroucakes
Aug 24, 2007
had  a lot of fun making the critters for the cake. what you cant really is that the happy birthday banner is unfurling from a bottle at sea. and maybe the shark fin.
for a friends daughters first birthday.
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By octopus
Sep 9, 2007
This cake was for a beach themed baby shower.  The mother was using the set from Baby Gap.  I used individual small cake pans (sports balls) for the octopus and the turtle.  The crab and starfish were molded out of extra cake.
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By luv2bak4myboys
Sep 13, 2007
Cupcakes to accompany Little Mermaid cake. Sea creatures made of MMF and dusted with Luster Dust, but it doesn't show in the photos!! I tried copying Liis cupcakes, but hers are far better!
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By jouj
Sep 17, 2007
mostly buttercream...white and yellow are royal.  lots of fun to do this cake!
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By my3girlies
Sep 24, 2007
I think this cake turned out really cute but the more I look at it I think it looks like a spider!!!I I used the sports ball pan and Iced the cake in buttercream,I used fondant for the legs and face.Thanks for looking!
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By lynsey
Sep 23, 2007
I made this for my Dad a little bit over 1 year ago. He is an "under the sea" and octopus fan. If I could change things, I would have done the eyes differently, not sprinkled powdered sugar and definitely done a more careful job on the decorations and icing. Thanks for your constructive criticism.
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By beachysweets
Sep 25, 2007
Just another view. My mom made the octopus!
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By jenbakescakes
Sep 29, 2007
This cake was a lot of fun to make.

I did use a letter press for the writing - something I never use anymore.  I have recently found the key to good writing is in the consistency of the icing, it needs to be runny enough to flow smoothly and just firm enough to hold shape.
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By noosalucy
Oct 10, 2007
Made for a customer whose sister's baby shower was Under the Sea themed.Figures are fondant...coral is white candy melts..All BC.
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By Kiddiekakes
Nov 8, 2007
The octopus and crab are both fondant-covered cake. Starfish is candy clay. Variety of decorations including chocolate candy rocks and sugar layons.
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By endymion
Nov 10, 2007
For a swimming party. Decorated with cookie glaze.
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By endymion
Nov 10, 2007
This was for my 3 year olds birthday party.  We had an under the sea theme and had a fish fry.
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By heavenlys
Nov 14, 2007
The lady that ordered this cake was having a nautical themed baby shower.  She wanted it to have a purple octopus on it, and then the baby things being caught in the fish net.   Cake is buttercream except for the net,  and the things in it and the sea shells are fondant.
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By SueBuddy
Nov 23, 2007
He is on the cake also in his ocean realm!  All fondant.  Picture of cake to follow!
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By birdtweet
Nov 30, 2007
These guys are from the Wiggles.  Yellow cake with b/c.  Fondant Dorothy and Henry.  For a little girl's third birthday.  I hope she likes it!  (And recognizes the figures!)
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By birdtweet
Nov 30, 2007
Of course, the child wanted a REAL octopus, not a cartoon one. Buttercream painted with food coloring.
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By Etchlain09
Dec 22, 2007
6th Cake(s) - Dakota's 11th Bday - Vanilla cupcakes w/ vanilla or almond frosting
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By EdibleCakeImages
Jan 3, 2008
10 in vanilla , 8 in chocolate, decorated in buttercream with fondnat accents. Fondant octopus with a pacifier in its mouth.
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By Kelley9
Jan 6, 2008
the octopus was 6-8" layers carved and covered with fondant. The cake was actually cake frosted in buttercream. The hat was a waffle cone covered with fondant and fondant details. Thanks for looking!
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By sweetpea1972
Jan 7, 2008
This is a 12inch base with a 10inch top, marbled fondant.  The Octopus is hand molded, with most of the other sea creatures from molds or cutters, and the hand painting added in to mix up the colours and hopefully make it more 3 dimensional.  Was told party colours were green and orange, so focused on them while trying to balance the colours with the theme.
This is the 3rd of 3 cakes miraculously completed in 4 evenings, not sure how I managed that! :D
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By nicolevoorhout
Jan 10, 2008
my first time making 3D figures    it was fun but time consuming LOL   these were practice for an upcoming cake   wish me luck  LOL
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By AngelaJennings
Jan 13, 2008
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By teecakess
Jan 15, 2008
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By CHINA80
Jan 21, 2008
Cake for a benefit for a childeren's museum.  One of their exhibits is a submarine wall that encourages exploration of the world around them-which they thought would translate nicely into a cake.  Chocolate, chocolatechip cake, espresso cream filling, white chocolate BC.  All decorations are fondant.  Thanks for looking!
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By pish
Jan 22, 2008
This isn't a very good pic. but this is a farewell cake that I made for one of our friends that is moving away. This was my second time making fondant figures.... they were so much fun! Thanks so much to Liis for all her tutorials! I feel that I was able to make them my own and add some character to them. Fun! Fun! I will post a closeup of the figures so you can see them better! Thanks for looking!
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By CheriN
Jan 24, 2008
Fish cookies, oh my!
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By TiggerWazzu
Jan 27, 2008
Assorted sugar cookies for donations
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By wyckedwytch
Feb 14, 2008
I baked a vanilla cake and cut it into cubes to do the baby blocks. The 13x9 inch cake is chocolate fudge with chocolate ganache filling. The creatures are molded out of fondant and the shells are made from using Wilton's candy mold.
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By kymclim
Feb 20, 2008
Pirates & Treasure was the theme for my son's birthday, so this is what I came up with. The chest is from the '91 Wilton Yearbook. All buttercream w/gold choc. coins. The lid is iced cardboard. If I had to do it over again, I would have done the face different  he looks a little....CRAZY!!! Thanks for looking!
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By farmwife94
Feb 21, 2008
Inspired by a cake I saw on Frosting with Flair...I love her work. =->
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By Aubrey2007
Mar 7, 2008
This cake was done for a young man's Bar Mitzvah. He wanted
an octopus cake and was thrilled with the cake I made for him.
It was a coconut cake with white chocolate coconut cream mousse
filling.  The sand is crushed sugar cookies and the sea shells
were made of white chocolate and dusted with luster duster.
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By moralna
Mar 15, 2008
This cake was done for a baby shower, it is based loosely on the "Go Fish" baby bedding.  Buttercream with fondant animals & gumpaste plaque.  8" & 6" cakes
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By Melodee1980
Mar 31, 2008
3 tier Shark and Mermaid cake for my daughter's 6th birthday. All the sea shells are molded white chocolate dusted with lustre dusts. The figures are hand molded in gumpaste/fondant mix. Fun cake to do but a nightmare to serve. We almost had a riot on our hands as all the kids wanted a figure and there were not enough to go around. Top tier is RCT, middle tier is banana cake with caramel filling, bottom tier is chocolate with morello cherry buttercream filling.
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By BakingGirl
Apr 7, 2008
Birthday boy wanted Mama and baby sharks, whales and octupus! LOL Turned out OK, but sharks are HARD! LOL
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By berryblondeboys
Apr 14, 2008
This was a last minute cake for a co-worker who specifically asked for a purple cartoonish octopus holding something.  I didn't have time to fondant the tenticles like I wanted, but hey, that's how it goes sometimes.  They were made out of rice krispies treats then airbrushed.  In the treasure chest are gem shaped hard candies that I also made.  The treasure chest is plastic.
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By Sunrae32
Apr 18, 2008
My daughters bithday cake inspired by Debbie Brown and a huge thanks to Franjmn for sending me the directions and extra help!!  It was a fun cake to do but boy do pictures sure show my flaws in fondant!!!!  Oh well my daughter really like it!!!  Practice makes perfect!!!
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By cakecre8tor
Jan 31, 2006

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