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This shark attach won't hurt you a bit. This is a cake I did for a friend of my son's. He wanted a cool shark cake, so I thought, why not have the shark coming out of the cake!!! It is all edible. The shark was carved out of cake, and covered in fondant. a few days in advance I cut out the fins, and tail, so they would dry and stand up.
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By sweets2eats
Apr 13, 2005
This was inspired by several cakes on this site - thanks ladies!  Done for a co-worker's 2 year old - the whole party was cake inspired and so clever!  When the kids ate this all their tongues were blue and they loved it.
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By Newbie
Jul 4, 2005
Bruce the shark was a butter cake filled with buttercream covered in rolled fondant.  The fin, teeth and eyes were made from gum paste.  The anemone base was made from gum paste and the tenticles were royal icing,  Nemo was part of the theme and he was made from gum paste but you probably can't see him in this picture. This was a hard one but my 4 year old had to have a shark cake..;0)
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By SweetTcakes
Aug 17, 2005
Chocolate cake with bavarian creme filling. Frosted in buttercream with shark outline piped on.  The sides and top have a shark's tooth piped on although it doesn't really look much like a tooth.
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By KimAZ
Sep 17, 2005
I made this for my dad's 76th birthday. 
When we were growing up, we lived in Bayville NY by Oyster Bay. Mom & Dad would sometimes take the boat out in the bay and go around to the other side of Center Island for an afternoon. Mom would collect rocks that had little chips of mica in them for her rock garden and dad would fish or tinker with the motor on the boat. One time they saw a really BIG shark come up behind the boat. This cake represents that event!
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By TheCakeWizard
Sep 23, 2005
I just wanted to play with gumpaste.  My 2 year old grabbed a bit of the top border just before the pic.
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By saas74
Oct 27, 2005
This is a picture of a cake that I did for a little boy who wanted a sharktales cake. I don't normally buy the kit but I made an exception on this one, I also didn't add all of the extras that it called for, I kept it simple, beings this was a very busy weekend and I had 4 orders. I'm just getting started and 4 orders due one weekend just about got me, not to mention the fact that I have a 2 and 4 yr old. Yeah, I'm busy! Hope you like the cake. It was definitely a quickie. The top is colored piping gel.
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By mistygaildunn
Oct 29, 2005
This was done for my nephew's birthday.  He loves sharks, and the photo was taken by his grandmother on a scuba diving trip!  Background is airbrushed just to add some color, I don't like to have a harsh white background all the time!
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By gmcakes
Mar 18, 2007
I did this for a family birthday (there were 4 of us that celebrated birthdays in the same month).  The cake had to travel for about 2 hours and I waited to put the "fins" in until we got there.  Which is why they broke - traveling with two toddlers.  The icing is lighter on the belly and gets darker towards the top.  Other than the fins, it is all done in buttercream.  I used the football pan for the shape.
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By dickson98
Jan 28, 2006
Shark Tale theme cake.  A nightmare to make. I will post story in detail.  Yellow cake on the butter with pineapple filling, soaked in simple syrup.  Top layer no filling.
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By MariaLovesCakes
Feb 13, 2006
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By ahlyssa
Mar 30, 2006
This is the partial Top and Side of this cake.
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By karthurs
Apr 4, 2006
This is one side of the cake showing the coral, seaweed and a few of the 8 sharks decorating around the sides of this cake.
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By karthurs
Apr 4, 2006
I was asked to do a cake, fairly last minute that had a shark theme.  So here it is!  I did a 1/4 sheet, and used a 6" square to sculpt the shark.  everything is buttercream except for the shells, they are white choclate and dusted with luster dusts.  The sand is brown sugar.
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By Birdlady
Apr 26, 2006
2nd attempt at a FBCT......did not like the way it looked either- so had to overpipe it as well.....Can'f figure out what I am doing wrong there.......Oh, well.  This was a very last minute cake- my boss asked me on a Friday to do this cake for his grandson the next day- Saturday!
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By Somethin-Sweet
May 2, 2006
Shark CCC for DS's birthday at school, since they only allow cupcakes.  This was my first time doing a CCC and I had alot of fun.
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By beachcakes
May 9, 2006
A butter cream frosting, with royal blue sanding sugar sprinkled on top for the ocean  ( I tried to use a wilson 104 tip for 'waves' sound the edge, I felt it was marginally successful).  The seaweed is cut from fruit rolls ups and the fish piped buttercream.  the rocks are a combination of blue buttercream with some brown mxed in and jelly bean rocks.  The shark is of course palstic.
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By coffeecake
May 21, 2006
I tried Sweet2eats shark design.  Never like the original. It was hard getting the fondant to look smooth.  I do not know how she did the teeth so I cut them from a plastic plate.
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By Chary
May 23, 2006
Bruce is MMF for a Nemo cake I am making.  Thanks to sweets2eats inspiration he will come out of the cake with fins emerging from the bottom layer.  Will post the finished cake....  I may need to reinforce him once he dries as he is hollow.
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By margery
Jun 11, 2006
This is a cake I made for my daughter, who loves sharks.  I really wanted it to be fun!
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By pattycakefagan
Jun 12, 2006
Thanks to Cake Corner for sharing some hints with me for this cake!  Although I totally messed up and was not even able to build a stand as instructed, so this cake is luckily staying home for my son because it does not have any inner support to travel with except the board inside the shark.  I also broke a few of my own "all edible" rules by making the lower jaw of styrofoam and the fin of paper plate.  My son will like it, that is what counts!
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By Kitagrl
Jun 15, 2006
My son wanted a shark cake for his b-day. I freehanded the shark, and made the teeth out of fondant.
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By luvbakin
Jun 21, 2006
My son in law is such a "Jaws" fan that for his birthday my daughter created a "Jaws" theme party. I made this chocolate chip cake with buttercream,raspberry filling. It was the hardest cake I've made yet. The fondant was a real challenge to get on to this cake.
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By Lucygoosey
Jul 4, 2006
This cake was done for a good friend's boys--1/2 the cake was Bruce the shark for a 4y/o and the other 1/2 was Nemo for the 2 y/o.  The decorations are MMF and tootsie rolls.  The kids loved it!
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By margery
Jul 4, 2006
Here is a better pic of Bruce in MMF.  The front of the cake had "aquarium" rocks and the back showed bruce.  The sand is graham cracker ofcourse.  Bruce did break on me--I had to repair him with royal icing and extra fondant inside and he was very sturdy then.  I formed him over a "random" saran wrapped object--football shaped sort of and that was very easy to work with.
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By margery
Jul 5, 2006
Everything is in buttercream icing, the sculptures are made of mmf.
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By Taralynn
Jul 7, 2006
My first attempt at airbrushing. What'd ya think?
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By angelak
Jul 9, 2006
Inspired by other great ideas on Cake Central!  I saw this and couldn't wait for my own son's birthday party.  When his best friend said he wanted a party at the Aquarium, I knew I had to make it!  All the boys said they wished there was some 'blood' on the shark's teeth!  I'll have to remember this if I try it again... boys like gross!
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By Lambshack
Aug 1, 2006
My first attempt with MMF - pretty basic cake, but took forever to cut out the fish.
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By smcmichael123
Aug 2, 2006
2nd of two cakes, this cake was a Big Hit it is a Shark cake special thanks goes to flourgirl who helped me with this cake it was a butter pound cake filled with butter cream covered with MMF Airbrushed in gray I also brushed the shark with gray luster dust the water is just decorator frosting Airbrushed in blue with the clear rock candy sitting around it very neat idea. Thank You flourgirl!
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By Molly2
Aug 13, 2006
my first time using piping gel - I loved it!!  I need so much practice but he was really proud of this cake.
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By MISSYCOMPOC
Aug 16, 2006
9 x 13
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By shrn1975
Aug 21, 2006
How mean is this?  For a 5-yr old's birthday...made to match his invite.  1/2 sheet with a carved head & fin from a Pampered Chef small batter bowl cake.  I used cut up pieces of gum for teeth, all bc icing.  Fun to make!  Thanks for looking!
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By ladybug03
Sep 17, 2006
Choc cake with bc and Gumpaste accents. Made for a 5yr's old birthday, everything handmolded, made and painted, except for the large gold coins and the 5 stones on the beach, they are storebought chocolates. Treasure map is done on an extra cakeboard, picture to follow. Had 1 1/2 days to come up with the design and get everything done.
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By Ursula40
Sep 23, 2006
Treasure map painted on gumpaste to go with the pirate treasure island.
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By Ursula40
Sep 23, 2006
Strawberry cake with buttercream icing, carved, covered with MMF and painted.
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By angelak
Oct 8, 2006
All MMF (cocoa powder/tootsie roll).  Fresh strawberry filling with marble choc/vanilla cake.  Used 10x8 oval pan (3 mixes).  Thanks for Bayamoy's cake and instruction--AWESOME!!
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By margery
Oct 21, 2006
Kenny the Shark from Discovery Kids Channel.  Made for my daughter's 2nd birthday.  Cake is Hershey's Favorite Chocolate Cake and frosting is buttercream
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By easermonkey
Oct 24, 2006
My 1st attempt at a 3d shark cake  for the groom's cake.  Used the Viva paper towel method to help with blending of the colors.
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By mykidsarekillingme
Oct 31, 2006
My nephew and I baked and decorated this shark cake together.  This is our version of "Bruce the Shark" from Finding Nemo.
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By kelerbela
Apr 13, 2005

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