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This was my first big cake to set up and finish on site!  I was a nervous wreck.  Thankfully it was for a friends mother's birthday.  They loved it, and I have decided that is why we do it, not for the money, but for the smile on their faces.  Thanks for all the wonderful ideas from this site for the creation.
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By NEWTODECORATING
Sep 25, 2005
This is only my 5th (I think) cake.  I am really happy with the way it turned out.  The color is a little off though - it's not quite as orange as it looks.  Anyway, it's strawberry with bc icing thinned with karo syrup.  My first attempt at airbrushing as well as doing an actual shape other than round or oval.
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By daisygirl76
Oct 14, 2005
I made this cake for my youngest sister who was in town visiting from Florida.  It is an 8" double layer chocolate box cake with 8" single layer "lid". The lid has her first initial "E" on the top.  The shells are made with sugar and water packed in a mold.  The pearls were supposed to be fondant, but my daughter needed my attention before I finished making them and they dried on me.  So I used my Grandmother's pearls.  I know if she were still with us she would have loved the addition.
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By kerririchards
Oct 25, 2005
These chocolates (yes chocolate) :) were all hand made by me. They are also flavored!  Butter rum, vanilla butter nut, coconut, and mint to name a few.  It is eatable art!  People can't believe that they are eatable and that they are chocolate.  Most people think they are REAL shells! You can see some of the other shells I have been making on my website www.danasflowers.net  Enjoy!
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By danasflowers
Nov 11, 2005
Seafoam colored IMB, ribbon around base of each tier, white chocolate shells, fondant pearls and live goldfish as a topper.
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By edencakes
Jan 14, 2006
I just finished this cake for a little girl that is turning 3 ...I keep her during the day. All Butter cream with chocolate fudge cake and strawberry cream filling.....details are made mostly with candy melts.
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By twoprincesses
Mar 17, 2006
4 layer chocolate fudge with raspberry bc filling.
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By spottydog
Apr 16, 2006
First Communion Cake - Marble Cake with Buttercream icing and white chocolate seashells
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By cakecre8tor
May 8, 2006
My birthday cake!  one layer vanilla, one layer chocolate w/ kahlua cheesecake for the filling.  IMBC and chocolate shells.
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By beachcakes
Jun 25, 2006
Made this for family get together. Needed and some practice and a pic for my portfolio. Any comments welcome. White cake with buttercream and fresh strawberries as filling.
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By spottydog
Dec 4, 2006
This is my 2nd sea shell wedding cake.  Cake is rolled fondant with hand made/hand painted (very unique) sea shells.  They are turly life like. Size is a 6", 8", 10" round cake.
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By danasflowers
Jul 6, 2006
The sand was done with graham crackers and all buttercream with chocolate seashells brushed with cocoa powder and luster dust.
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By sarahleecookies
Jul 6, 2006
I got the pattern from another user on this site.  They were done to match a seashell/beach theme wedding shower
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By sarahleecookies
Jul 6, 2006
butter cream frosting, candy melts molded shells, coral piped by hand with candy melts and a number 3 tip onto parchment.
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By cakesbykitty
Jul 7, 2006
My first attempt at flip flops.  I used buttercream icing with fondant straps. Graham crackers for sand and made chocolate sea shells.
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By alicia_froedge
Jul 10, 2006
Fondant, chocolate seashells, I made 20 of these as centerpieces for a wedding - I will post the display cake that went with this later.
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By SweetResults
Jul 10, 2006
French vanilla cake w/chocolate cream filling.  Iced in buttercream with MMF waves painted w/luster dusts.  Candy sea shells painted w/luster dusts.  Royal icing coral painted w/luster dusts.  Edible image Nemo and friends.
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By newtocakes
Jul 14, 2006
6x3, 8x3 and 10x3 covered with light blue fondant. The shells were made with gumpaste but can be made with fondant. I used several different luster dusts to color the shells. Pearls were made with fondant and dusted with pearl dust. Coral I made years ago with a heated sugar mixture and royal icing. I think it is called rock sugar. I used raw sugar for my sand. I used the new Wilton Cakes and More Cake Stand.
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By TexasSugar
Jul 24, 2006
This is my sea shell mini cake. It was 4x1, 3x1, and 2x1 covered in light blue fondant. The shells were made with gumpaste but can be made with fondant. I used several different luster dusts to color the shells. Pearls were made with fondant and dusted with pearl dust. Coral I made years ago with a heated sugar mixture and royal icing. I think it is called rock sugar. I used raw sugar for my sand.
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By TexasSugar
Jul 24, 2006
This was a last minute (2 day notice) cake and as we all know little mermaid isnt too popular anymore so I couldnt find any toys or cake toppers anywhere. My brother found these in Houston they went to a leggo set and drove them to me in Lake Charles. It was a life saver! I think it came out pretty good for such short notice! All the shells are chocolate.
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By AmberC2
Jul 25, 2006
Did this cake this weekend for mother's 60th BD.  Cake is chocolate with Peanut Butter icing.  Shells are fondant and chocolate, stones are jelly beans. Also used dragees, pearls, green buttercream for seaweed, crushed Nilla Wafers for sand.  My mom was specific about cake and icing and wanted a bear on the cake, so I made one from fondant and hid it among the shells for her to find.
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By msauer
Jul 31, 2006
This is my first wedding cake.  Sea shells are made of marbled white/dark chocolate using a variety of candy molds.  Coral is also chocolate.  To make the coral, I placed waxed paper over a template and piped the melted chocolate over the template. 14/10/6 inch rounds.  Buttercream frosting.  Groom preferred vanilla and bride preferred chocolate (of course), so each tier is half chocolate cake and half vanilla cake with a sinful chocolate fudge filling.
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By CakesByEileen
Aug 1, 2006
Triple chocolate cake with vanilla cream filling iced in buttercream.  Covered in fondant "wooden planks" and fondant accents.  Lid is made with rice crispy treats and then iced and covered in fondant.  Edible image treasure map, chocolate coins, sea shells, and silver dragees.  Thanks for looking.
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By newtocakes
Aug 4, 2006
Chocolate cake with Barbie doll stuck in the mini doll pan.  Used real sea shells.  I tried to make the ocean wave look at the bottom and then I copied the hibiscus from the napkins. This cake was lots of fun!!!
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By alicia_froedge
Aug 14, 2006
Chocolate shells brushed with luster dust. Vanilla cake with buttercream icing
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By psurrette
Aug 25, 2006
mini cake done w/cookie cutter. covered with blue ganache & MMF flowers
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By Katskakes
Sep 8, 2006
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By Katskakes
Sep 8, 2006
Woweee fellow decorators!  I have just returned home from the 7pm wedding that I made this cake for.  It was my first wedding cake - not perfect but made a good impression. Pound cake with bc and chocolate sea shells.  Sand is granulated brown sugar with more chocolate sea shells.  Transport was nerve racking.  The cake was a 14",10", and 6".  The bride cried when she saw it, (tears of joy) so I guess I did okay.  Thanks for looking!
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By buttercupbaker
Sep 9, 2006
Seashell wedding cakes are so popular with my customers, but I was getting bored with my molds. So, I went beachcombing and cast some of my treasures in silicone (I got it from www.jgreer.com). The sea urchin, crabs, mussel and clam shells, and small welks are my favorites! Add a bit of black seaweed (made from Tootsie Rolls tinted black) and all that's missing is the sand!
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By PGray315
Sep 19, 2006
gumpaste pearls, and white chocolate sea shells accents.  The sand is raw sugar.
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By khoudek
Oct 30, 2007
In a rush and wanted to do more, but this cake has to travel 4 hours of a winding drive, through the mountains and got up early to place fondant and finish it. Didn't have time, but I think that if I hand painted something on the sides of the cake it would be quite beautiful. I think that I made the seashell too blue also, I am experimenting with adding color to the shell.
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By kettlevalleygirl
Sep 29, 2006
MMF mermaid and accents over a yogurt poundcake.
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By sandi64
Oct 1, 2006
Another Sponge Bob cake!  Edible image characters, royal icing coral, chocolate sea shells.  Triple chocolate cake with vanilla cream filling. Thanks for looking!
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By newtocakes
Oct 2, 2006
Mostly MMF, chocolate shells, graham cracker sand.  Love details...after Bruce sat for a week-filled him with Al foil, wood grain sign, #2, candles.  13.5" oval base and way TOO high wave 5
x?9" dowelled like crazy for 1 hour transport.   I especially LOVED brendaannes' "finding nemo" cake--THANKS! and Vmoore's amazing waves.  Thanks for the inspiration and then I have some original stuff on there:)
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By margery
Oct 8, 2006
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By cakegirl0315
Oct 14, 2006
A 50th birthday cake for a beach party theme. A decandent 3 tier chocolate Kaluha cake with dark chocolate ganache and hand-made chocolate shells painted with liquid gold and gold and bronze edible glitter. The photo on the right was the finished product with chocolate shavings to decorate.
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By Leigh01
Oct 19, 2006
This is my version of Colette Peter’s cake. Chocolate cake baked in a shell pan. Fondant/gumpaste (50/50) pearl and seaweed, candy coral, and graham cracker seafloor. Honest critiques are always welcome!
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By tiptop57
Nov 20, 2006
The movie is back again so this seems to be a popular theme for birthdays again.  Sealife: crab, lobster, octopus,fish, seahorse, coral and plants. Chocolate candy seashells.
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By KimAZ
Dec 1, 2006
3 Tier Wedding Cake iced in buttercream.  Fondant pearls and chocholate sea shells dusted with luster dust.  Sea grass made of royal icing.  Sand on bottom is made from vanilla waffers and brown sugar.
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By Amyr
Dec 4, 2006
This was a gift for my friends wedding. All the teirs are cake dummies except for the top. I made all the chocolate sea shells and dusted them with pearl dust. All the real shells are from my moms own collection she picked up on the beach. Everyone loved this cake and had NO IDEA it was fake. The reason for making it fake was because I helped out at the church and that the travel time from my house was about 2 hours. I had sheet cakes in the kitchen for them to cut. French vanilla torted with red rasberry.
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By psurrette
Sep 6, 2005

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