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White cake with strawberry buttercream filling. Rolled buttercream strips for basket. Vegetarian rice cripsy treats. Gumpaste signs. This cake is for my sister who loves krispy treats but doesn't eat gelatin (in marshmallows). Whole Foods Market sells the veg version of the treats. They sell them in a bushel basket.
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By krissy_kze
Sep 24, 2005
I absolutely loved ellyrae's butterfly cake. All of her cakes are stunning! So, obviously she inspired this cake! The butterflies are rice paper with edible ink markers and royal icing bodies. The cakes are covered in MMF and painted with thinned gel paste. The rocks are also MMF. I didn't match my colors as well as she did - But I hope I did her justice!!
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By KittisKakes
May 12, 2006
Thanks Homansweets for the Sesame Street Sign idea!  I'm pretty happy with the way this turned out, except for the lettering of course!  All buttercream with rice paper images in balloons.
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By izzybee
Apr 13, 2006
First cake with rice paper. Devils Food. Cream cheese and buttercream frostings. Made my own design for the bbq top and did the gel thing. Our company colors are unafficially purple and green. Boss liked it.
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By Ishie
May 17, 2006
Cosmo's & Apple Martinis with the #22 confetti.  I made the confetti from edible rice paper.
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By SpaceMonque
Jun 26, 2006
Made the butterfly from The Last Unicorn from edible rice paper.
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By SpaceMonque
Jun 26, 2006
This oval cake was covered in bc icing, with bc roses and rice paper butterflies.  I printed the butterflies using edible imaging, then covered them with piping gel and let them dry.  Next time I would get the edible markers and colour onto the other side as well.  I found the info as to how to do this on this site.  It's a unique touch for a simple cake.
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By hockeymom
May 14, 2006
Traced onto edible rice paper then did some shading.
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By SpaceMonque
Jun 26, 2006
I was given the idea to use trace the image on Rice Paper and then fill in with frosting.  I was told that since Rice Paper is so thin that after it was on the cake, it would disintegrate and you would be left with the image. I was also told that rice paper was tasteless. This was my first and only attempt but I can see how it might work but I think the rice paper has to be damp first. The rice paper never even softened for me. I had much better luck with Darth Vader Buttercream Transfer
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By SunshineFamily
Aug 23, 2006
My little boys over the summer kind of played Tag with a Little Turtle, that they affectionately named "SAM" in my Mothers backyard...We would find him and play with him andnail polished their names on his shell in bright pink nail polish...Then Sam would disappear, and reappar. His last appearance was when my Mothers Neighbor handed him back to us from "over the fence," pink polish still intact! So, as a Birthday gift, I made her a SAM cake for her Birthday a couple weeks later. She was totally surprised!
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By southrnhearts
Aug 31, 2006
MMF, 1 box of cake mix, rice crispy treat balloon, buttercream trees.
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By heatherlikesfood
Sep 4, 2006
Harry Potter birthday cake for my daughters' 8th birthday. Castle is made from a lot of rice krispies. The sides have Bertie Botts Jelly Beans on it :)
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By my2sunshines
Sep 18, 2006
Four tier cake covered with rice paper 'feathers'
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By cakesunlimited
Sep 24, 2006
This is a "normal cake" - spice cake with apple filling, cinnamon BC for crumb coat with caramel frosting topcoat.  YUM!  The figure is Eduardo from the cartoon Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends.  He is standing in front of the cake, hiding it from Stu.  He speaks Spanish on the show, so "he" wrote the banner!!  He is fondant covered rice krispy.  It was not the easiest thing to do, but I think it turned out cool!
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By LukeRubyJoy
Oct 8, 2006
I got the idea for the baseball from elegantcheesecakes.com. My brothers birthday is this friday (October, Friday the 13th!) and he played sports his whole life. The football and baseball are made out of rice crispy treats (if you ever watch ace of cakes, they use them alot) Then covered in fondant. The red stitching on the cake was OH MY GOD!!! it took sooooo long and was sooooo ahhhhhhh! then i rubbed a little brown coloring on it to made it look worn. I have yet to autograph it.
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By Daniellemhv
Oct 11, 2006
Flowers are edible rice paper that I had extras.
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By SpaceMonque
Jun 26, 2006
I made this cake for my brothers 22nd birthday. The baseball and football are made out of rice crispy treats and fondant. The whole cake is buttercream. Everyone thought the white part was marshmallows, but nope. I used tip 12 and white buttercream. I wish i could make cakes like this in fondant but my family HATES fondant. I got the idea for this cake from the Wilton Yearbook 2007. It was a really fun spongebob cake.
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By Daniellemhv
Oct 27, 2006
Rice Crispies and Fondant. Brown coloring for dirt effect
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By Daniellemhv
Oct 27, 2006
The football is made of rice crispies and covered in fondant. Its suppose to look like a vintage style football.
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By Daniellemhv
Oct 27, 2006
Not as beautiful as ellrae's or KittisKake( where the inspiration for this one came from). Butterflies are rice paper painted with gel colors, rocks are MMF, cake and board are also covered with MMF. My feeble attempt at hand painting on the side with gel colors.
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By imbkay13
Oct 27, 2006
Spongebob cake for my great nephew's birthday.  Spongebob and the porthole are molded rice krispy treats covered w/ fondant.  Cake is banana w/ banana cream filling iced w/ buttercream.  This was modeled after a Spongebob DVD cover.
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By jillycakes
Nov 17, 2006
Full sheet cake. The flowers are BC and the butterflies wings are rice paper and RI bodies. I colored the wings with edible markers.
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By KittisKakes
Nov 21, 2006
This is a Rice Crispy Cake, I molded the Rice Crispies into the 3 major rounds. I connected them with frosting, I covered it with fondant. Making a bikkini top and bottom. Her Hair took a long time to dry! A real flower over her ear, and a real hula skirt tied around her was a great touch! She was sitting ontop of an upside down bowl to give her skirt some volume! This is the 2nd cake I'd ever made :) 1st crispy cake!
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By calikimi
Dec 6, 2006
6"x12" "block" cake covered in marbled fondant (tried to make it resemble wood but everyone said it looked like marble) with cake & fondant "sushi". The "rice" was candy sprinkles. My brother LOVED it!!
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By HeatherMari
Dec 15, 2006
This is my version of the nintendo gamecube.  Thanks to others, especially yoktom for their posts and inspiration.  Mine is a NGC purple.  Chocolate cake.  This is my First fondant covered cake!!!  Yeah.  Happy to get that out of the way!  The controller is rice crispie treat.  All other pieces are 50/50.  My son (7) came up with the idea to use the cord for Robert's name.  Everyone was pleased and think it turned out great!  Thanks for looking.
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By LukeRubyJoy
Jan 6, 2007
this cake was created for a performing arts open house. everything shown is edible, including the sheet music, hardwood floor, violin, ballet slipper, and comedy and tragedy masks.  the bag is made out of carmelized vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream icing, and the violin is made of iced rice crispy treats.  I find the rice crispy treats are good when small children will be attending, and is also SOOO versatile to work with.
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By trace0011
Jan 27, 2007
This is a lighthouse cake I made, thanks to inspiration from Cake Central!  It's my version of creamsicle flavored cake/filling/frosting, and the lighthouse is made out of rice krispie treats and covered in marshmallow fondant.
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By Jessmar
Jan 28, 2007
Don't ask what the character means, I dont know!! I found it on a rice bowl I have so I hope it's something food related. Flow icing again!
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By MystiqueFire
Feb 20, 2007
rice paper butterfly. these are fun to do!! thanks for looking!!!
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By shelleylynn
Feb 21, 2007
The customer wanted a cowboy boot out of cake, but I did not have time to figure out how to do that, so I suggested rice krispy treats.  This was designed after a ceramic boot she had.  Covered in fondant, hand painted spots.
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By peterlori1
Mar 2, 2007
This is my first picture post.  Now that I have figured it out, I have many more to come.  This is a rice krispy treat rocket covered in MMF.  The fins are made with sugar cookies. The cakeboard is also covered in MMF.  I had so much fun with this cake
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By prettycakes
Mar 6, 2007
Yummy wedding and party treats, made to look like sushi!
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By kenyatta4
Mar 8, 2007
The head was sculpted out of rice krispies and covered in fondant, the rest is cake. The hat, worms and spider were store bought.
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By sugarfancy
Oct 23, 2006
This was a cake I made at a local bakery I was working at when they needed extra help in the kitchen. Rice paper and buttercream decorations.
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By Isaby
Mar 13, 2007
I told her I didn't have time to do it, but I work with her and she was sooo insistent....so I caved.  Anyway, it has a long disaster story associated that I'll have to post in the appropriate forum sometime later...  lemon cake with raspberry filling, rice krispy treat ball covered in fondant.  Airbrushed the cake.
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By karateka
Mar 22, 2007
MMF on "box" cakes; gum paste bow & gift tag; RBC mixed with cornstarch made the booties; quilted box lid is Rice Krispy treats covered with MMF
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By Rosery
Mar 24, 2007
Thanks so much to all CC members who helped me w/ ships! I think I used bmote1's design for inspiration the most - especially the pirate! Made w/ chocopan fondant, chocolate cake, buttercream dream, a little Satin Ice.  Used two oval pans & rice krispy treats for stairs. Thanks Margery, Bayamoy, & BpShirley & all others that helped me! I was up till 4 AM w/ this one!
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By imartsy
Mar 26, 2007
I got a request for this for a shower b/c that is the baby's room theme. I needed to make it so it could be transported a long distance so I thought this would be a cute baby design and would transport well. I think I got it to look more like George this time, now I have my proportions off. One more try, maybe I will get it. ;-) George is a rice krispie treat and the banana is the cake.
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By susanscakebabies
Apr 4, 2007
One of my coworkers does not like cake so I made this for her birthday instead.  It was really fun and easy!
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By music77
Apr 13, 2007
r.k. treats made using the mini egg pan for my son's preschool for his birthday!
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By KHalstead
Apr 20, 2007

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