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My nephew's 1st birthday cake! He loves Rubber ducks. This was fun. My first 3d cake. My sister didn't want to cut it, but we finally did and it was pretty good :)
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By kgil1124
Apr 13, 2005
This is made with the <a href=http://www.cakecentral.com/wilton-pan-instructions-3-3-D-Rubber-Ducky-Pan-2105-2094.html>Wilton Rubber Ducky pan</a>. It is decorated with buttercream. The soap is white candy melts molded in the Wilton mini loaf pan. I etched "SOAP" and added the line border into the bar after it had set in the freezer for about 15 min.
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By Lisa
Apr 13, 2005
Using the Wilton Rubber Ducky pan on top of a 9" with cookies n' cream filling. The soap is made from candy melts.
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By Lisa
Jun 11, 2005
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By oohlalacakes
Jul 29, 2005
I made this rubber ducky for a baby shower at work.  I also made the ducky candy around the cake and put blue & pink cupcakes around the edge as well - everyone loved it!
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By kissmeandcstars
Apr 28, 2005
This cake was turning into a headache. My MMF wouldn't stop crumbling (and suggestions), so I ended up using gum paste for the bath tub. The faucet and duck were MMF. The bar of Dove soap was gumpaste and so was the hanger with the shirt (which broke in half on my was there). Water of course is colored piping gel and everything else is buttercream. It was white chocolate cake with cookies and cream filling.
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By Peggy
Nov 12, 2005
For a 1st birthday. Big duck made from 3D pan.  Baby duck made from mini ball pans and big marshmellow for the head with water and bubbles all in buttercream.
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By KimAZ
Nov 17, 2005
This is a 1/2 sheet white cake with a 3D chocolate/pound cake on top of it. This was my first attempt with the 3D cake, there are 2 plastic rubber ducks on it, and the bubbles are made with thinned icing, and tip 21 ( I think). I used piping gel on the top to make it look like water. I had a lot of fun with this one. I took a couple of cakes that I had seen on here and incorporated my own ideas, and this is what I came up with.
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By mistygaildunn
Nov 21, 2005
After a disastrous trial reconciliation, KelleyM and Buttercream have announced they are immediately filing for divorce.  “He’s a bum,” KelleyM sobbed to her sister at 1:20 this morning.  “He’s sloppy and messy and he lets me down when it really counts.  I can’t live like this anymore.”  Buttercream told friends that KelleyM ignored his best qualities.  “She had unrealistic expectations.  She wanted more than I could give.  I knew she was using Fondant again.  She would say she was just going out for more butter, and come home with bags of marshmallows, saying she “had a craving for Rice Krispy treats.”  But she never bought Rice Krispies.  She wasn’t fooling anyone.  Can’t she see that Fondant tastes like #*%#$?  Someday she’ll be back.”  “Ha!  Never!” retorted KelleyM.  “After what that little *^&$@ did to me on that rubber duck cake?  He’s lucky I’m just divorcing him.  Fondant treats me nice…makes me feel like a real decorator.  This is the start of my new life, and I’m NEVER going back.”
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By kelleym
Jan 18, 2006
My niece saw this in a magazine, Had her Grandma call me to ask if I could make it, with only saying It was a rubber ducky in a bathtub.
That was just about the time I found this site. So I don't remember who's it was, But Thanks! I used the homemade gel for the water, the rest is buttercream.
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By subaru
Jan 18, 2006
Nothing celebrates a 4 year old birthday like a party duck in a basket!  Although my basketweave leaves something to be desired...
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By wyatt
Feb 20, 2006
My version from the Wilton Yearbook. Later added the rubber ducky sugar candies around the Mama duck.
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By KimAZ
Oct 13, 2005
Of all of the baby shower cakes I do, this is the most requested and easiest.  It's cute, but simple.  The hardest part for me, at time, is finding the right size RUBBER duckies, not the plastic ones.
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By berlyq
Mar 7, 2006
This was my third time doing this cake.  Every time I make it, it comes out better!  The 3D pan is not the easiest to work with but I think I've finally mastered it!
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By justducky76
Mar 12, 2006
These precious rubber duckies are taking a bath in buttercream bubbles.
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By Prisock
Mar 16, 2006
Fondant Ducks, Buttercream on rest of cake - top layer vanilla w/ bc filling, bottom layer chocolate w/ cream cheese bc
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By Lelo
Mar 29, 2006
Yet another cake with the rubber ducky design!!  Original idea from Wilton.  Beak, Eyes, and bow are made with fondant, bubbles are royal icing, and everything else is buttercream.  Soap is made with the Wilton mini loaf pan and pink candy melts.
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By daneza75
Apr 24, 2006
Inspired by one of Collettes cakes, for a baby Girls baby shower (the mom to be wanted blue though). Whipped Cream frosting and royal decorations. Rubber Duck is out of Chocolate.
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By Ginger08
May 7, 2006
After taking two of the Wilton courses, I was able to attempt this cake for my son's first birthday.
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By cakeshy
Jun 5, 2006
I made this for my son's first birthday - white 1/2 sheet cake, BC icing, toy rubber duckies.
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By mandylu2
Jun 27, 2006
This was the smash cake for my son's first birthday.  6" round white cake, BC icing
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By mandylu2
Jun 27, 2006
Smash cakes made for my twin niece and nephew who are turning one!  Ducks are just rubber duckies I bought online, bubbles are MMF rolled in shimmer dust.  Thanks for looking.
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By mhill91801
Jul 6, 2006
Rubber ducky shower cake. Sorry... last minute and forgot to put something under the cake other than the board. hee hee
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By downthealley
Jul 16, 2006
This was a vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream.  The ducky's are bathtub friendly!!
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By missyjo30
Jul 19, 2006
Another version of the ever-popular duck cake.  This one was for a luau party...rubber ducks were provided by the client.  10" and 6", iced in buttercream.  Royal icing drop flowers.  Sand is crushed graham crackers and disco dust.  Palm trees are plastic.
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By kelleym
Jul 20, 2006
Rubber duck theme birthday for 1st birthday.
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By AmberC2
Jul 25, 2006
This one was so fun to make!!
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By cakesbyjess
Jul 28, 2006
vanilla cake 3D ducky with fondant cap
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By ceca
Jul 29, 2006
This is just another view. The towel is made of airheads pressed together. It was 95 degrees and very humid that day, so everything was a bit melty ;(
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By jwong9664
Jul 30, 2006
This is my second cake and is a copy of one I saw in one of Debbie Brown's books. I used MMF and gumpaste painted w/ luster dust for the bubbles. The letters are piped from colored royal icing and then spray painted.
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By jwong9664
Jul 30, 2006
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By huntaustmom
Aug 19, 2006
my friend and i did for another friends baby shower. she didn't want the normal cutsie stuff. she's a big time 80's punk fanatic so i tried to do it with that theme in mind. it turned out great.
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By shauna711
Aug 23, 2006
Rubber Ducky Heart shaped  3 layered Cake I made for a Bridal Shower. 
This is Pink , trimed in Bright Yellow...and has little Yellow duckie candy confetti sprinkled over it.
I made the rubber ducky topper.... she has on a veil and holding a little flower bouquet.
The Bride likes duckies...that was the reason for the THEME of this cake!!!
This is 1 of 2 cakes I made for the shower. The other was just a 1/2 sheet cake that says Bride to Be in the same colors/theme. I will upload it as well.
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By Cakesbykaye
Aug 27, 2006
I made this cake to go with the 2 layer heart Rubber Ducky Bridal Shower cake. 
This one is Decorated in the PINK and YELLOW colors, and says BRIDE TO BE, and also has the little yellow duckie candy sprinkles on it.
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By Cakesbykaye
Aug 27, 2006
This is a not-so-elaborate version of a cake I saw in a wilton book.  It is all buttercream.
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By mitchbitz
Sep 5, 2006
Fun and easy to make.
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By estherwheat
Sep 15, 2006
Completed favors for daughters first birthday.  Guest got three cookies in a bag and a ducky key chain...big hit :)
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By alysmom09
Sep 16, 2006
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By marecip
Sep 17, 2006
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By marecip
Sep 17, 2006
White cake with BC icing!  I was so worried about the duck's head falling off while I was delivering it that I put a skewer in it for support and when I delivered it pulled it out and touched up with more icing!!!!
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By bamagirl92
Sep 23, 2006

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