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This was a Thomas cake made for a friends little boy, he loved the Fat Controller too (he was made from modelling paste so he could be kept).
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By pb
Jan 3, 2007
Charles's 2nd Birthday
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By BabeAlice
Jan 12, 2007
Wow this cake was something else to make.  What a project.  This is a double layer 10 inch round cake garage with some of Thomas's Friends.  Thomas is made from 2 loaf pans pieced together.  Thomas had a hard time staying together and that's why he looks like he's going down hill.  My boy loved it though and that's what counts.
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By sunflowerfreak
Jan 12, 2007
Tank cake iced in buttercream with MMF accents.
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By rudycutie
Jan 12, 2007
Here is my first attempt at Thomas for my son's 3 year old birthday.  It was a little harder to decorate at times because he would come out and want to help with the icing. You can even see the spot on the bottom where he swiped some icing.  He kept bumping the table and the cake....But he loved it. I have another Thomas cake to do for the party...any suggestions for improvement are welcome.
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By michindi
Jan 13, 2007
Thomas the Tank train cake made for my little one's 3rd birthday. I changed # 1 engine to # 3 for his birthday. Thanks for looking :)
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By my2sunshines
Jan 28, 2007
two layer 11x15 cake with Thomas FBCT...my first one!!!
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By aandsmommy
Jan 30, 2007
all bc, except the camo was fondant pieces and the soldiers were gummy candies.
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By smashcakes
Feb 2, 2007
Thomas was made from sponge chocolate cake. covered with whip cream.
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By samandjamie
Feb 4, 2007
As a family we all did decorated this cake.  My 10 year old frosted it.  My 6 year old decorated with the fruit roll ups and gold fish.  He put the right amount of fish for Dad's age.  Then I wrote the words around the fish.  Someone smudged the words before I could take the picture but we are all still proud and happy we did it together.
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By hsdwidow
Feb 6, 2007
Here is another view of the scuba tank cakes.  The writing i have says "may you find many treasures in your future endeavors".
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By geehouse
Feb 7, 2007
My second Thomas Cake. I liked the face on my first one better. I started to get rushed on this one.  But i like the colors and the sides of this cake better.  Unfortunately, I balanced another box on the top corner and the icing flattened out a little...But that's not something my 3 year old noticed; so no biggie.
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By michindi
Feb 11, 2007
My first time doing a shaped pan. I didn't know how long these could take to do, especially just when you are new at cake decorating. I have gotten faster in the past few years. Thank goodness LOL!!! Thanks for looking!!!
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By shelleylynn
Feb 21, 2007
Scuba tank carved out of a square pan. Marble cake with Chocolate filling. Covered in MMF and sand made out of vanilla cookies. Tanks so much to geehouse for her inspiration and help!
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By biviana
Feb 23, 2007
I used the wilton 11x14 cake cut it in half and sculpt ed it how I wanted it.  Then I put the "bad parts" as my 5 yr old calls them on top and iced it all with B/C and the covered it in fondant.  The tracks are twizzlers and are held in place with wire.  The wheels are mini Oreos.  This was a fun cake to make.  My hubby helped me with the 50 cal. (whick is the gun on the front)  The cannon is a Pepperidge Famr's Pirouette covered in fondant.
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By KaraAnn
Mar 4, 2007
Not some of my best work.  I had ordered the Thomas Kit, but it still hadn't arrived by the day before the party.  I used the instructions from the kit and improvised with fondant and candy...of course the kit arrived a half hour before the party started.  I wasn't going to mess with it then!  The kids seemed to like him...I think he's hideous...
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By wyatt
Mar 10, 2007
This cake was lots of fun! Was a big hit! The birthday "boy" really played this out (it was a surprise)! Thanks to all those who helped me with this.
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By chefamanda
Mar 11, 2007
To do the head part cut out from main cake - then fill hole with pieces cut out of bottom - "legs". Thought I had a better pic but can only find this one.
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By yecats2170
Mar 14, 2007
Here's my version of Thomas the Train.  It was for my nephew's 1st birthday.   He is decorated with buttercream and has a mmf face (see additional picture) and oreo wheels.  The little caboose at the end, with crushed oreos for coal, was especially for the birthday boy.  It was funny watching him enjoy his 1st birthday cake!
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By miti
Mar 18, 2007
Here's the front view of Thomas.
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By miti
Mar 18, 2007
Buttercream and airbrush
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By Jenn123
Mar 19, 2007
I made this cake for my husbands unit when the returned from Annual Training. We had a large welcome home event that day, and it was well deserved.
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By mommicakes
Mar 20, 2007
This was done for a four year old's birthday. Sculpted chocolate cake, banana crema filler. Buttercream with MMF accents. MMF face.
Sooo fun to do!!
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By JStar
Mar 29, 2007
I recently made this cake for a co-worker's 3-yr old grandson.  He LOVED it.  thanks to Cakery for her inspiration and decorating tips.  It was a fun cake to put together.
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By CakesbyDot
Apr 4, 2007
For a 4 year old girl who loves Thomas the train.  I am a little disappointed in the blemishes and bubbly buttercream, but overall I think it turned out pretty cute.  I hope the birthday girl likes it anyway!
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By springlakecake
Apr 13, 2007
Two marble pound cakes of chocolate, almond, raspberry and rum baked in simple loaf pans, torted and filled and then simply iced. Decorated with fondant train tracks and fondant pepples with the help of my five year old. The thomas tank engines are toy trains.
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By Binkytwins
Apr 15, 2007
This is a 3D cake of Thomas the Tank, along with Annie and Clarabel. The tracks are licorice Twizzlers. Wilton wedding rings were linked together to hook each "car" together.
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By varneyk
Apr 28, 2007
The cars are filled with Smarties!
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By varneyk
Apr 28, 2007
Just found your site, will definetly use it again. Hello from Australia. Here is a Thomas I made for my Son's 3rd Birthday. Butter Cake with a Jam Roll for the body. Butter Cream for the decoration with the face, Wheels and Smoke Stack made out of Foundant. Sooo much fun
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By fire1927
Apr 29, 2007
This was for the youth group birthdays.  Their lesson for the last eight weeks has been "All out war against the enemy" (meaning Satan).
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By Confectionary2
Apr 29, 2007
3D Thomas the Train for a 3 year old's birthday.  Thank you Socake advice and Wendy for your tutorial.
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By springlakecake
May 4, 2007
WW11 camo Sherman tank for DS's birthday to take to school.  He was very particular on this one.  I didn't have time to make it as realistic as I'd have liked.  carved from 12x18 and 6" round.
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By beachcakes
May 8, 2007
Yellow butter cake filled with chocolate BC. Iced all in BC. My first EVER birthday cake made for a friend.
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By PetalsandPieces
May 8, 2007
This cake was five layers: an 11x15, (2) 9x13, an 8" square topped off with a 6" round. I carved the cake into a tank shape and then iced it in olive drab colored buttercream. The camo effect was done with an airbrush using green, brown and black.
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By Lisa
May 8, 2007
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By Reesebaby1
May 9, 2007
This is a replica of a cake I did just about a month ago.  I 
really don't like doing the same cake more than once but the creative
juices just weren't flowing.  I decided not to exert myself and just do
the same thing because I still have 2 more cakes to do this weekend 
LOL!  Thomas is a FBCT.
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By springlakecake
May 11, 2007
Thomas the train cake "pulling" M&M car and Wafers =)
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By laurakelly2
May 12, 2007
Thomas the Tank Engine cake made using Wendy's tutorial... thank you!!!  This went together quite smoothly.  I used MMF for the face and should have done it much sooner, as I had to freeze it to make it solid for the party.  I used a 12x18 sheet pan
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By wells123
May 17, 2007
Thomas the Train is actually sitting on a 2 piece puzzle track, you wind him up and he goes round and round.  the top tier is chocolate (it's the birthday boys favorite) with a chocolate pudding filling.  The bottom tier is a french vanilla cake with a vanilla buttercream filling
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By Michelka
May 18, 2007
Madeira cake with sugarpaste. Inset is the bday boy's own toy tank hey wanted me to copy.
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By Bayamoy
May 19, 2007

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