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This is a quarter sheet done in buttercream made for a superbowl party.
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By cakegirl79
Apr 13, 2005
This my superbowl cake before it slid off the board.  It's a cupcake cake and the logos done by buttercream transfer
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By jellygirl
Feb 5, 2006
This is a half-sheet and two 8-inch rounds.  All the decorating is free-hand and was very nerve-wracking, but I had a lot of fun doing it!  Not until after I had delivered the cake did I notice the out-of-line yard-line!  Oh, well.
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By BJsGRL
Feb 5, 2006
Hi!! This is my first cake ever. I got the idea from Womens Day. I changed the colors of the uniforms to match and the color of the people in the Bleachers. Its a Poundcake from mix, the bleachers are sugar cookies covered in icing with gum and nerds. The players are Teddy Grahams with Icing. Please Let me know what you all think. Its the very first cake Ive done.
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By angelfallenhere
Feb 5, 2006
The football is a carrot cake with cream cheese frosting.  The mini cakes are inspired by Wilton, they are iced in buttercream.
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By marina34
Feb 5, 2006
This was a 9"x13" chocolate sheetcake I made for my husband to take to his work potluck for the superbowl. I bought some really cute helmet and football sprinkles for the borders and the team logos were just hand done with buttercream. The entire cake is buttercream.
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By HeatherMari
Feb 6, 2006
Blitz, the Seahawks Mascot, molded with Candy Clay.  Gumpaste logo.  Cake is German Chocolate with Coconut & Pecan filling.  Cookies are Chocolate Rolled Cookies with Antonia74's Roayl Icing.
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By mvucic
Feb 6, 2006
white cake, buttercream, fbct
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By jdelectables
Feb 14, 2006
My first attempt at a cupcake cake. You can tell where some of the icing sagged in between cupcakes. I still thought it turned out ok. I used 24 cupcakes.
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By Kellie1583
Mar 4, 2006
I had a request to make a superbowl cake with the 2 teams, as well as include the Colts since that was their team they wished was playing and it was someone's birthday.  This is what I came up with.
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By MicheleF
Mar 28, 2006
Half choc, half vanilla.....decorated with buttercream icing
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By sdfisher
Apr 5, 2006
Simple 8'' square cake...I only had three tips at the time. An 3, 18, and a 104....The logo was done freehanded...wish I had the grass tip and a number 1 tip to give it more detail...but it was fun and it only took me about 20 mins. All done with buttercream frosting.
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By ASupergirl
Apr 24, 2006
This cake is covered in fondant.  I rolled cheesecloth over brown fondant for the footballs and piped on the strings.
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By kochanski
Aug 13, 2006
fund raiser for my son's cub scouts. raised $60!
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By 2kiddos
Dec 29, 2006
Football pan used atop a 9" x 13" sheet cake covered in choc bc. The football is covered in choc fondant. The logo is an edible image.
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By KimmysKakes
Jan 1, 2007
Decorated in RI.  Someone asked for football jerseys in these two teams.
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By cookiecreations
Jan 22, 2007
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By melyissa
Jan 26, 2007
Brownie field covered in MMF with rice krispy football covered in tootsie roll.
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By margery
Feb 1, 2007
Thank Merissa for all your help with Chocolate transfers!
Made with 2 football pans. Covered in IMBC with fondant white parts.
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By luvscakes
Feb 2, 2007
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By mcclj9583
Feb 2, 2007
Red velvet cake, (green) cream cheese icing, BC decorations. The logos are FBCTs.
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By NikkiLeigh317
Feb 3, 2007
This is my 10 yr old dd's super bowl cake that she designed and decorated all by herself!!   Even the writing!!!  Isn't it great???
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By Michelle104
Feb 3, 2007
First time making MMF (chocolate) to cover the football, first time using a shaped cake pan, first time torting & filling a sheet cake, first time doing grass, first time doing a FBCT for the logo (which fell apart when being stuck to a curved surface)...  not too bad, I think.  Just hope I don't freak out when they cut the cake at the party tomorrow. :-)
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By albumangel
Feb 3, 2007
Marble Cake with BC.
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By shamley0701
Feb 4, 2007
My husband doesn't like cake so I made him a cookie! My first giant cookie, and 3rd decorating experience. I gave the buttercream transfer I read about a shot.
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By DMGarcia
Feb 4, 2007
With thanks to Bturpin's stadium! 2 9X13's. I carved the bleachers and made an edible image for the field and flags. Fans were nerds :)
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By mysonshines
Feb 4, 2007
These are SuperBowl cupcakes that I made for the game. There are chocolate transfers of the Bears, Colts and SuperBowl logos.
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By alisapoly
Feb 4, 2007
This cake is chocolate , and I made a mint filling with bailey's and cream along w/oreos. The football is a white cake with a vanilla whipped filling.  It was a huge hit!
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By luv2beamom
Feb 5, 2007
This one was a little easier then my practice cake, guess I learned from my  mistakes the first time.  Logo's are FBCT, cake is devils food, frosting was vanilla hazelnut.
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By bre0525
Feb 5, 2007
beer mug for superbowl party.
french vanilla with butterstchoch ganache.
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By ceca
Feb 5, 2007
A free giveaway cake to promote business.  The winner was very pleased.
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By sweetcreation
Feb 5, 2007
I swore I wasn't going to make a cake if the Pat's didn't get to the superbowl but as decorators you know we can't pass up a cake if we really are itching to make one.  I used a 13 inch oval and carved off the sides and edges to give it a more traditional shape.  I hadn't done that before.  I could critique what is wrong with it but I know I was rushed.  My family was out in the car waiting for us to leave for a party.  Two hours before the party I started mixing the cake batter.  lol
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By hsdwidow
Feb 6, 2007
Chocolate pound cake with cookies 'n cream filling; buttercream icing.
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By LoriGross
Feb 6, 2007
Buttercream icing with fondant accents
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By BuncoHappens
Feb 6, 2007
This was my attempt at a superbowl cake. We were had to two parties to go to so I made two of the cakes and 48 cupcakes. Since I had so many to do I decided to keep my design simple. 

The large football is rice krispy treat covered in fondant. The cupcakes have buttercream grass with fondant footballs.
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By darby822
Feb 6, 2007
We used the Wilton Football pan; cut the cake in half to create a half size 3-D Football bursting out of the field in a halftime show presentation.
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By Nazinga
Feb 6, 2007
This was a chocolate cake with buttercream icing & chocolate transfer footballs & helmets.
My first time trying out the chocolate transfer technique - I like it!
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By mom2spunkynbug
Feb 7, 2007
This was a CCC made with BC and the logo is FBCT. This was my first CCC and I really had a good time decorating it.
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By Justenjoyingit
Feb 7, 2007
This is a half choc/ half vanilla sheetcake with buttercream dream icing. The helmets are chocolate transfers. The lines and endzones are fondant. The football border is molded chocolate. XLI logo is a buttercream transfer.
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By imartsy
Feb 8, 2007
This is a half choc/ half vanilla sheetcake with buttercream dream icing. The helmets are fondant - not as good as the choc. transfers. The lines and endzones are fondant. The football border is molded chocolate. THe XLI logo is a buttercream transfer.
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By imartsy
Feb 8, 2007

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