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Only the third cake I ever made!!!  This one was made with the Teddy Bear w/ Block pan from Wilton!  Coins are chocolate coins w/ gold wrappers.  The hat is made from cardboard that is then decorated and removed prior to eating.  I learned a lot about outlining the image and being patient making this one!!  Hope you like it!
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By finally928
Sep 12, 2005
First cake from class...  wasn't planning on doing green flowers but heck - St.  Patty's day is coming up, right?! Ha!
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By moptop
Feb 18, 2006
This is a 6" mini carrot cake I made for a teacher that LOVES frogs. The eyes have sugar crystals in the white parts to try to make them look like those wiggly eyes that move.
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By CakeDiva73
Mar 8, 2006
Bailey's Irish Cream cake with chocolate filling and covered in the WBH chocolate glaze.  Clovers made from chocolate as well!
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By cakecre8tor
Mar 13, 2006
I made these for fun and to try new things like: squeeze bottles, multi colors, parchment bags, luster dust, etc. I had a lot of fun. The icing harden more than the last batch. I don't know why. Any suggestions?
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By manatee19
Mar 15, 2006
This is made with 3 layers of White Cake tinted green.  The icing is all buttercream.
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By tsuitor
Mar 16, 2006
single layer white cake tinted green decorated with buttercream icing.
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By tsuitor
Mar 16, 2006
This was my first attempt at an ice cream cake. A little tricky, but I think I pulled it off. :)
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By cheftuffy
Mar 16, 2006
This was for a co-workers 8 year old son - I was kind of tickled, he insisted on a cake with a leprachaun on it (his bday was March 3).  I used gold wrapped chocolate coins for accents.  The writing was not the neatest, still working on getting that down!
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By danaintx
Mar 16, 2006
These are a quick batch of cupcakes that I made for my daughter's preschool class.  They are chocolate fudge with chocolate mint buttercream and golden vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream.  They were topped off with a sprinkle of Lucky  Charms cereal.
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By icingonthecupcake
Mar 17, 2006
These are so simple I debated on if I should even post the photo or not.  I had originally invisioned doing royal icing shamrocks to put on top of my cupcakes, but between the bad humidity and chasing my 10 month old I ran out of time.  At least they taste really good!  :)
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By txboog
Mar 17, 2006
Nothing special - Just a fun little quick cake I did for my husband's work.  Bottom layer is yellow cake, other two layers are chocolate.  Chocolate filling and cream cheese frosting on outer layers.
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By nocentstar
Mar 17, 2006
I made this for a work function  and on the way into the building my husband DROPPED it. It tipped over and somehow I grabbed it and shoved it back on the cake board.  You can't tell too much from this angle, but the back has 3 finger holes and some of the border fell off.  Once it was on the table, no one could tell.  The top is chocolate fudge with buttercream filling/icing and covered in green Satin Ice. The bottom is the same, but butter cake.  Shamrocks are candymelts.  It is painted with pearl dust.
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By delightfulsweetbea
Mar 17, 2006
This is my first attempt at a frozen buttercream transfer.  It was a lot of fun.
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By projectqueen
Mar 17, 2006
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By bbelias
Mar 17, 2006
Pint of Guinness for St. Patrick's Day!  Complete w/ shamrock in the "foam".
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By beachcakes
Mar 20, 2006
This was a last min. throw together cake for everyone at work. Simple but good.
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By Sue23
Mar 21, 2006
I really had something different in mind. I really did not like this cake at all!!!! However, the customer loved it!
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By traci
Mar 26, 2006
Ice Cream Cake - chocolate cake, mint n' chip ice cream with chopped Girl Scout Thin Mint cookies added.  Vanilla icing with buttercream shamrocks.  Fudge borders.
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By jlh
Apr 7, 2006
My own lil pot of gold surrounded by golden flowers and magical mushrooms
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By lilrev
Apr 21, 2006
Shamrocks are made with a candy mold and used green wafers.
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By StampinLady
May 26, 2006
First time REALLY working with fondant!
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By nathanikka
Jun 24, 2006
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By nathanikka
Jun 24, 2006
I made this cake for my husband's office with some leftover batter that I had left from another cake I was making - it's just a cute little 6" round cake.  I used a cookie cutter to get the outline for my shamrock.
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By trixie651999
Jul 17, 2006
This one was just for fun! I love claddaghs - I think they are so elegant - all buttercream - first time using a recipe from here - the VIVA crusting one - I LOVE IT! - I will never use the class buttercream again!
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By mcclj9583
Aug 12, 2006
I did this for my niece that I am going to make her wedding cake in March of next year and she want shamrocks on it.
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By cathywood99
Aug 25, 2006
I made these cookies to practice for an upcoming St. Pat's Day celebration/bake sale at church.  I got the vintage postcard pictures online and printed them on edible paper.  I was happy with how they turned out, I think I will make the next batch a little bigger so you can see the art better.  Thanks for looking!
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By auntiemcakes
Feb 5, 2007
St. Patrick's Day hat, cake covered in buttercream and fondant.
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By Irie100
Feb 13, 2007
My second attempt at cookies. NFSC and Toba's glaze.
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By MichelleM77
Feb 25, 2007
first attempt a a cookie bouquet.  it would of been alot easier with a cookie cutter clover!  but i was pleased with the way they turned out, and i had alot of fun decorating them.  i used the NFSC recipe and antonia's icing.
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By jjbrink
Mar 2, 2007
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By midialjoje
Mar 4, 2007
I do a birthday cake every month for the people in my office.
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By ruralepicure
Mar 5, 2007
This is my first cake ever done...Didn't take any classes...I'm quite proud of myself...It's not Wilton fondant...But a recipe that I got off here...Everything is homemade...
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By TooCuteRose
Mar 6, 2007
This is my first attempt to create a figure. This leprechaun goes on the top of my St. Patrick's Day birthday cake
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By yellowdog
Mar 7, 2007
my creativity outlet of the day. he will hopefully go on a cupcake cake for storytime at our library. he is made with leftover fondant. Then i painted him with my airbrush colors.
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By schildwaster
Mar 8, 2007
35 ct. cupcake cake.  all buttercream.  St. Patricks day clover & leprechaun
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By 2kiddos
Mar 8, 2007
These are cutouts iced in BC frosting.
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By AngD
Mar 10, 2007
I did these with royal icing and gel as well on the swirled ones.
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By AngD
Mar 11, 2007
I made these cookies for my mom for st.patricks day  Iam actually shipping them across country so cross your fingers and hold your breath for me :) I got the idea of putting ediable images on cookies from auntiemcakes so thankyou for that auntiemcakes osullivan is my moms maiden name and the one cookie has the osullivan crest on it I thought she would get a kick out of it. the cookies are no fail sugar cookies and and icing is royal this was my first time actually trying to do borders with royal.
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By heather2780
Mar 11, 2007
This was for a VERY Irish wedding!! The shamrocks were made of gumpaste and with small dogwood cutters. The fondant was made of pale green color, and dusted with pale green lusterdust. The knot was originally etched on the toasting - Pint glasses (Guiness of course!). I traced over it and piped 4 of them from royal icing and then colored with gold luster dust.
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By heavenlycakes
May 4, 2005

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