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I made this cake for my daughter's birthday pool party. The entire cake is edible; the people in the pool were figure piped, blue gel was added over the blue buttercream "water" to give a more realistic appearance. Beach balls are large gumballs. The woman in the blue bathing suit is floating in a buttercream "inner tube".
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By Michele25
May 21, 2005
This is my first attempt in doing figure piping with buttercream.. at first I wasnt sure whether they look like lions, tigers, bears or crocodiles, but my daughter recognised them... so obviously they look real to her.
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By bekana
Sep 1, 2006
Ok, one other cake that I did for my bro's graduation. A Nalgene Waterbottle. Don't know about the rest of the nation, but Nalgene's are a HUGE hit with everyone in Washington! :) I iced it in red buttercream, then iced over that with red piping gel.
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By mcvick6
Jun 5, 2005
Course I Clown figure piping.  Had fun doing this in class.
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By stephanie214
Jun 27, 2005
Practicing figure piping.
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By stephanie214
May 10, 2005
This was my first attempt at figure piping. I love the pink elephants for a 21st birthday!  I ended up doing another one the same week for a co-worker's daughter! Such fun!
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By lynsval
Sep 23, 2005
This is a chocolate box that I designed and made for chocolate class.  We piped for a couple days just to get the final product.
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By pastrypuffgirl
Nov 6, 2005
This is a group of cakes that a bunch of us made while in Switzerland.  Each cake is traditionally made in Switzerland.  Let me tell you, we used a lot of Kirsch!
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By pastrypuffgirl
Nov 6, 2005
In Switerland, the chef had us each pipe Sacher onto every slice of the Sacher torte.  Can you tell which one is his! haha.
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By pastrypuffgirl
Nov 6, 2005
I made this cake for my Grandmother. French vanilla cake, brandy IMBC. Stained glass is outlined in candy melts tinted dark grey and filled in with colored piping gel.
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By mamafrogcakes
Dec 24, 2005
Just practicing.  Carrot cake with Cream Custard and Carmalized Pecan filling.  Cake iced with cream cheese frosting and piped with stiff cream cheese/buttercream combo.  Roses were a bit soft but I was still able to shape them.  Tasted delicious if I say so myself.
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By kelleygirl
Jan 9, 2006
I did this cake for my family reunion using piping gel to transfer the pattern that was used on out shirts. I liked how the design turned...HATED everything else. If it weren't for my family this cake would be in a ditch somewhere.
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By eryka1842
Jun 1, 2005
Two layer 8" round cake, iced in buttercream; sides lightly airbrushed.  Divide the sides into 4-6 sections by piping a border down.  Hearts are cut-outs of fondant.
All piping done with tip 18.  Great for Valentines' day; birthday; anniversary or other events.
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By kakeladi
Feb 12, 2006
These are SO cute! I loved doing them. Now that I see how easy it is, I'm going to try chickies for easter!
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By Sugarbean
Mar 5, 2006
This is the two-step buttercream someone brought over from the Wilton site.  Lovely to work with and not very sweet.  The design was transferred over via a buttercream outline, just like a piping gel transfer, but I was running out of gel and wasn't sure I had enough to spare.  The buttercream outlines worked fairly well.  I got some skips in the design, but was able to fill them in.  "Glass" is piping gel, of course.  Next time I think I'll do an edible image, brushed with piping gel instead.
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By Crimsicle
Mar 7, 2006
Buttercream icing, with colored butterfly piping gel.
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By gobilgo
Mar 22, 2006
This is a confetti cake with bc icing that my daughter ask me to make for her friends 18th birthday.  The image was transferred on with piping gel and filled in with Wiltons deco gel.
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By Puddiwop
Apr 6, 2006
I love this little guy! I got the image from a coloring book website and did a piping gel transfer and filled it in.
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By kellyh57
Apr 24, 2006
My friend asked me to do her bridal shower cake and since I had never made, I thought I'd make a practice cake. I ended taking it to work and made a lot of coworkers very happy :o) I also saved a couple slices to bring back home for my hubby. The bottom cake is a white vanilla cake. The top cake is a caramel cake. I filled both cakes with whipped vanilla pudding, very nice and light. I used Wilton's BC frosting for the icing and the decorations. This was the first time I painted the inside of my piping bag.
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By ILoveBaking
Apr 30, 2006
Okay, I really had trouble with my fondant this weekend.  It looked absolutely perfect when I first put it on the cake, then all of the sudden, everything shifted and slid down the sides of the cake.  I almost didn't post it because I"m so embaressed, but I know that we all learn from our mistakes, so I'd be happy to hear your comments.  I was happy with the decorations though.  The bride, my best friend, wanted bead work to look like the pattern on her dress, and it turned out really well.
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By dolcesunshine20
May 15, 2006
I did this at Xiomara's Bakery Basic Baking Class... Basic Puerto Rican Birthday Cake decorated with a Beach Theme... The Sand is light & dark brown sugar. The sea is made out of blue piping gel mixed with royal icing. The clouds are smushed marshmallows. It also have gummy octopus, fish cheese cookies, a variety of plastic figures. Thanks for watching... Hope you liked it!!!
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By AsharEdith
Jun 11, 2006
I copied this design from another Cake Central cake, with just slight modifications.  It's a 9x13 white cake torted and filled with strawberry jam.  Covered in BC with BC decorations.  I used piping gel to transfer the arrowhead on to the cake and used cookie cutters for the 40 and 50 as well as for a football design that's on the ends of the cake.
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By christyA
Jun 18, 2006
Rainbow cake from Wilton class one. Done w/ a piping gel transfer.
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By imartsy
Jul 2, 2006
I made this cake just because I wanted to do a blue colored cake.  It says "enjoy!" on the top, I faded the sides with 3 different shades of blue buttercream, and I drew a tribal band around the cake.
By JustMe81
Jul 15, 2006
10, 8 & 6" round cakes for the waterfall made out of piping gel. The flowers are silk and the parrots are cardboard. Satellite cakes are a half flower and 2 dolls made with the wonder mold and some $1 store dolls. The sand is brown sugar and the shells are real. The flip flops are candles. The girls names were on the hula skirts and "Feliz Cumpleaños was written on the sand. The mother loved this cake. Things I would change: make water lighter and end with the sand and smaller flowers for the girls.
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By CakeDesigns
Jan 12, 2006
I did the ever so popular Wilton Rainbow Cake for my Wilton Course I. This was just a practice cake. I'm sure at some point, everyone will make this cake if you take the Wilton Course. I hope I did an ok job!
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By SherisEdibleDesigns
Sep 20, 2005
So here's my cake all finished. Some of you were very helpful in helping me out with this cake, so I say thank you. I made this just to practice my fondant and was tired of the cake I used to have. It was a lot of fun...my hands hurt from piping royal icing, but it wasn't too bad :)  Entire thing has pearl dust on it, and pearls are hand rolled fondant.
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By mendhigurl
Jul 22, 2006
12 x 3 round pan,chocolate strawberry cake,b/c filling and frosting,2 piped figures,and 2 polly pockets.i used taffy for the rafts and found out the hard way piping gel and taffy do not mix well together! they just melted into the gel.oh well i know better next time!!
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By tonyas_jewels
Jul 25, 2006
This cake was made to replicate the nursery theme for the new baby.  It is iced smooth with buttercream.  I did a horizontal flip to make the image backwards then printed the design off of the computer .  Then, using piping gel and tip 2, I outlined the design on the piece of paper.  I then inverted the paper onto the cake.  Once that was done, I decorated the design on the cake.
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By gourmetcakes
Aug 3, 2006
This cake was made to replicate the nursery theme for the new baby.  It is iced smooth with buttercream.  I created a design to fit the size of the cake.  Then, using piping gel and tip 2, I outlined the design on the piece of paper.  I then inverted the paper onto the cake.  Once that was done, I decorated the design on the cake using colored piping gel.
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By gourmetcakes
Aug 3, 2006
This cake was made to replicate the nursery theme for the new baby.  It is iced smooth with buttercream.  I printed images off the computer to create the design on a piece of paper.  On the copy machine, I did a horizontal flip to make the image backwards.  Then, using piping gel and tip 2, I outlined the design on the piece of paper.  I then inverted the paper onto the cake.  Once that was done, I decorated the design on the cake.
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By gourmetcakes
Aug 3, 2006
My nephew wanted a cake with a drumset for his high school graduation.  The drumset is a replica of the drumset he uses in his band.  Cake is iced smooth with buttercream.  Design was transferred on with piping gel, then it was decorated with colored piping gel.
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By gourmetcakes
Aug 3, 2006
This cake is iced smooth with buttercream.  The bass was transferred onto cake with piping gel.  Design was then filled in with colored piping gel.
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By gourmetcakes
Aug 4, 2006
This cake is iced smooth with buttercream.  Clifford was printed off of the internet, then transferred onto cake using piping gel.  Clifford and other designs piped on using buttercream.
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By gourmetcakes
Aug 4, 2006
Iced smooth with buttercream.  Image transferred on with piping gel.  Image filled in with buttercream.  Anyone notice that I forgot the bracelet?!?!?!  Luckily, my friend did not!
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By gourmetcakes
Aug 4, 2006
The water is piping gel tinted with blue.  The floats are rolled buttercream.  The customer told me which floats they had, so that is what I made so the child would know it's supposed to be his pool.
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By LittleLinda
Aug 5, 2006
My BDay Cake inspired by the Whimsical Bakehouse
Chcolate Better than ? cake with oreo cookies n cream filling and IMBC frosting. It was yummy! :-)
I really want to try a whimsical cake again so i can practice this tilted look and get it correct.  The WBH method didn't work well for me.
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By melxcloud
Aug 11, 2006
This cake is iced smooth with buttercream.  Cardinal is decorated using piping gel.
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By gourmetcakes
Aug 22, 2006
This was another cake completed in my intermediate class.  We did piping gel tranfers for the outlines of the flowers, and then painted them with colored piping gel.  The butterfly is made from wafer/rice paper using edible markers for the color.  I went with a bit of a 70s vibe for this cake.  The lavender piping gel was much less muted in person.
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By MooieKatooie
Aug 31, 2006
I made that cakes for my friend Adriana.  I made the castle with cardboard and foamy. I print the trees of my computer.
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By Goldy
Sep 4, 2006

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