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A double layer marble cake with buttercream filling and frosting, royal icing roses and marshmallow fondant pearls border.
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By marv
Aug 8, 2005
We used 14 dozen roses and it only covered the sides and front. 2 things of baby's breathe. So if you were making this cake and you wanna get an idea how many roses to buy... I would get atleast 25 to 38 dozen roses and 3 to 4 baby's breathe if you want baby's breathe.
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By Apieceofcake2
Sep 23, 2005
Wedge shaped white cake with apple filling iced in BC.  Notebook made of fondant with tylose and notebook paper is rice paper.  I kicked the teacher out of her classroom for about 10 minutes and had the kids each write something nice or just happy birthday on a piece of rice paper with edible ink.  I then "filled" the notebook with these pages.  Pages are held together with floral wire.  Cake is accented with gum paste flowers.
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By mommykicksbutt
Nov 8, 2005
Second take on my practice cakes...Small Livias top this three tier, 4, 6, 8" cake...Top two tiers are lemon infused cake laced with italian strawberry buttercream filling, and the bottom tier is a devils cake layered with Almond espresso btcm and Butter Pecan btcm...All decorations were made with fondant and used Super Pearl petal dust to accentuate drapes.
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By Godiva
Dec 31, 2005
Just a double layer french vanilla 6" round made for my good friend who just had her fourth child.  Inscriptions says, "Robin whose worth is far above rubies!" a reference to Proverbs 31.
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By NottawaChelle
Jan 16, 2006
This was a cake I made when a norwegian magazine came to take an interview with me.
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By elin
Jan 21, 2006
Practicing on a new cake recipe.  The (Yellow Cake) recipe came from - Better Homes and Gardens cook book. Frosting is whipped cream buttercream, recipe found on this site.
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By sue_dye
Jan 22, 2006
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By anabrown
Jan 25, 2006
This cake is fondant  with faux flowers on the top.  I want to learn how to make these flowers for real but don't know how just yet.  The cake is chocolate with brown sugar buttercream filling.
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By icingonthecupcake
Jan 29, 2006
I made this this morning for my mother in laws birthday today. It's a chocolate fudge cake with BC icing. The roses and drop flowers are royal icing.
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By bethanne73
Feb 3, 2006
Valentine's Day cake created for my Mom at work.  (She runs an Assisted Living Center.)  The bottom layer is french vanilla and the top layer is strawberry, it is iced completely in cream cheese flavored buttercream.
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By gmcakes
Mar 19, 2007
this was a cake i did for some friends that work at a store.  there is 4 people that work there and 3 of their birthdays was in february.  so i decided to make a cake for all 3 of them at the same time.  it was practice for me and also special to them.   i cheated on the icing for the roses.  i went to wal-mart and got the wilton can of icing and it worked great.  not the best tasting but it worked.  they all loved it and i was "VERY" pleased with the outcome of it.  the first cake i am truely happy about.
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By cdstem
Feb 26, 2006
this is another angle of the first picture.  just to show the leaves on the back side.
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By cdstem
Feb 26, 2006
this was the last cake we did in course 1.  i made it in such a hurry cause we were running out of time in class and i think it turned out very well.  i am really getting the hang of the shell border now and love it.  the icing for the roses is really killing and i know it will take practice to get it right.  i dont really care for the icing bows either....lol.
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By cdstem
Mar 1, 2006
this is another angle of the other pic.
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By cdstem
Mar 1, 2006
Inspiration from that wonderful wilton cover... Its just gorgeous.. This is only a 6 inch square mudcake filled with ganache for a very special teachers birthday.
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By dky
Mar 9, 2006
This was my first time to try draping, and also my first time making roses since the Wilton 3 class.  I made more roses after I made these, but I guess the color settled in these overnight, so the roses didn't match, even though it was from the same batch of fondant -- so I had to strategically arrange the ones I already had.  I love, love, love this cake. Everything is MMF.
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By kelleym
Mar 11, 2006
My first time doing roses on a cake (other than practicing in class)!  French vanilla, with whip cream and fresh strawberry filling, snow white buttercream frosting.   This cake must have weighed at least 10 lbs!
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By marina34
Mar 19, 2006
Pink roses
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By geehouse
Mar 23, 2006
this is a cake my mom and i did for a lady she works with.  didnt like the bow and stems or the color of the writing but that is what the customer ordered so that is what the customer gets.  all in all we were both satisfied with the final product.  had a blast putting the roses on.  one we dropped on the bottom left corner and she fixed the cake while i was digging the icing out of the rose.  then once on the cake a leaf just happened to cover it up....lol.
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By cdstem
Mar 29, 2006
This is a 4" round cake.  It was decorated for a woman who's birthday happened to fall at the same time as her nephew's and her SIL wanted to acknowledge her special day as well.  Pink roses were placed instead of a bottom border so that there was plenty of room to write in such a small space.
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By gmcakes
Jul 12, 2007
Mini, 3.75" X 3.75". All buttercream. Similar to a purple mini I posted earlier this week. Unfortunately, chocolate crumbs came through to the frosting and the swiss dots (first time doing them) didn't work out. What did I do wrong? Hopefully, the 5 year old I'm giving it to will appreciate it :)
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By cindww
Apr 26, 2006
These are my first roses!! Cross cake with Pink roses!
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By CakeBakingGurl
Apr 26, 2006
Buttercream roses around ruffled and dotted sign. Ruffles and reverse shell boarder.
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By KimAZ
May 12, 2006
Here is our first attempt at basket weave.... more difficult than we thought and to make matters worse the only decent photo of the cake has a great big dent in the front that I put in it as I was positioning it... cry. 6 inch caramel mud cake with 2 layers of caramel ganache. Buttercream roses .. colour inspired by one of Natis beautiful creations. All feedback welcome.
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By dky
May 13, 2006
I fell in love with this cake when I saw it on the cover of a Wilton decorating magazine.  I just made it for Mother's Day.  6" round butter cake with bc icing and roses -- torted twice, one layer filled with caramel buttercream, the other filled with chocolate buttercream.  First time making buttercream roses and leaves.
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By projectqueen
May 14, 2006
This is an 11 x 15 cake I made for my daughter's graduation today.  I was pressed for time and did not do a very good job in smoothing icing (never leveled the cake which caused some problems too), but pleased with the simple decorations.   Next time I do a rectangle cake, will have to attempt torting and filling - this would have been so much better with a filling but, again, pressed for time making this.
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By MomLittr
May 17, 2006
This was a gift for my boys music teacher, it is his first year anniversary.  Chocolate Cake with white chocolate icing, white chocolate candy clay covering and flowers.  Couldn't get the candy clay to lay smooth so I just pleated.  I like the way it turned out.
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By carrielynnfields
May 22, 2006
My daughter's 20th Birthday, I have been wanting to try this cake from the cover of a Wilton book. I previously took pictures of my roses, for critique. I was pretty happy with the result!!
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By kettlevalleygirl
May 26, 2006
Top view of cake.
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By kettlevalleygirl
May 26, 2006
All buttercream.  Sides say Love, happiness, family, health, faith and hope.
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By jenncowin
Jun 12, 2006
I made these 60 cupcakes for a bride who's color is hot pink.  White chocolate cupcakes with buttercream icing using tip #27.
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By isabella
Jun 18, 2006
last cake of Wilton Course 1  10" yellow cake with strawberry filling, buttercream icing.  my first roses  I took course 1 and 2 in the same week.  Talk about being busy.  I sign up for course 3 in July

Thanks for your comments and all the beautiful photo's and ideas
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By Lino
Jun 28, 2006
This cake gave me such a headache, had huge problems making roses and had to make another batch of icing.  It turned out great in the end, although they almost got drop flowers I was so frustrated LOL.  Still have to work on my writing.  I redid the 4 about six times and it still didn't look how I wanted, but I figured better leave it alone.  Butter cake torted into three layers with strawberry preserves and cream cheese icing.  Roses are all crisco icing after my failed attempts.
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By koolaidstains
Jun 30, 2006
I found this design on this site and I loved it!  I was given free reign over this cake design, so here it is!  It was for a wedding shower this weekend.  I had a hard time finding gerber daisies, so I had to subsitute.  Thanks for looking!
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By MellyD
Jul 14, 2006
Fun cake to do:)
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By drurys
Jul 16, 2006
Use another cake in the gallery as inspiration for my mini cake.
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By gtshort
Jul 16, 2006
Just a quick, small cake that my mom and I made for my grandma's birthday.
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By oneprimalscream
Jul 21, 2006
esta torta esta realizada con Baño wilton y las rosas estan hechas en Pasta de Goma, se la hicimos para el cumpleaños de una amiga.
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By isamen77
Jul 25, 2006
I had left over batter, so i figured I would practice. Cake is chocolate w/ raspberry filling. I am still working on my roses. Practice,Practice,Practice :)
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By cocakedecorator
May 1, 2005

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