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My biggest cake so far. 2- 12" sqaures, 2-6" rounds are cake. The towers are PVC pipe that I had cut to the right height and the turrets are sugar cones.  All buttercream. Took me over 12 hours to make. Also made crown "smash" cakes to go with it.
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By KimAZ
Oct 2, 2005
I made this cake for a Paris-inspired wedding shower.  I had a gold and crystal Eiffel tower ornament that I wanted to include (on top of the puffed heart cake).  The stacked cakes are covered in fondant and decorated with chocolate-covered tuxedo and dress strawberries, as well as fondant roses.  Sorry the details are so difficult to see!
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By laneysmom
Nov 14, 2005
I obsessed about this cake for months!  The bride and groom bought the  Pocket Dragons and wanted a cake to go with them.  Ultimately, after looking at dozens of cakes, this one is modeled after one in Lindy Smith's "Celebrate with a Cake" and Earlene Moore's castle cake instructions.  It is also very much like the wedding invitations.  Except for the dragons and the drawbridge "chains" everything is some form of sugar.  The bottom tier is a full sheet cake.  The towers are modeling paste over pastillage.
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By itsacake
Feb 9, 2006
I was going to make this for a shower tomorrow and then we had to cancel.  But, I had already ordered the Eiffel Tower and had to make "taster" cakes this weekend anyway, soooo I figured "what the heck" and just went all out.  I emailed the bride and groom the picture and said "in 10 years, you won't remember that you didn't get to eat the cake...enjoy the picture!"  This is my first pink and black cake...I just love the color combo!! :)
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By Cakeasyoulikeit
Mar 17, 2006
This was actually done for a party themed after the new Pink Panther movie. It has a chocolate eiffel tower and fondant pink diamonds on buttercream.
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By pinkflamingo
Mar 18, 2006
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By Feefs
Apr 5, 2006
This is from one of the Wilton books...I think from the course book.  b/c rosette border, mmf covering, mmf flowers, (some wilton the yellow and purple) royal icing leaves.
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By liamsmommy
May 6, 2006
Another christening butterfly cupcake tower!!! I think it would have been nicer if I had made the purple a bit lighter!
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By socake
May 20, 2006
It turned out ok.  Wasn't really pleased.  The top had a lean to it.  The faces on all sides are traced onto rice paper with edible ink.  All edible except support rods and cake circles (squares).
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By sherik
May 27, 2006
Effiel Tower, Bride/Groom, flowers made of fondant/gumtext - Fondant ribbon & bow - Oval chocolate and yellow cakes - made for a coworker - Proposal took place in Paris.
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By susgene
Jun 17, 2006
6" & 8" rounds with ice cream cone towers and sugar cone turrets for a 3 yr old's birthday.
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By KimAZ
Jun 23, 2006
buttercream with colorflow decorations
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By maddog
Jul 1, 2006
We did this cupcake tower instead of the groom's cake with 1/2 vanilla and 1/2 chocolate cupcakes, with coordinating chocolate or vanilla BC icing.  Each is decorated with a chocolate heart made from candy melts.  This was a HIT, and I'm thrilled with the outcome!  Thanks to Helen for the instructions for the blocks!
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By rachaelwelch
Jul 13, 2006
Iced in buttercream with scrolls and triple dots. Silk Gerbera Daisies. This was my daughters wedding cake.
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By CinWoo
Jul 27, 2006
This castle cake is iced smooth with buttercream.  The towers are paper towel rolls cut to size and covered with fondant.  Towers are topped with ice cream cones covered in buttercream and wrapped with fondant coils.  Trim pieces made with fondant.  Flags made of toothpicks and fondant.  Cinderella figure store-bought.
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By gourmetcakes
Aug 4, 2006
First cupcake tower for a wedding!
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By jdogga
Aug 13, 2006
This was my second cupcake tower order for a wedding!  Thanks again to Antonia for the stand directions!
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By jdogga
Aug 20, 2006
This setup was originally a Martha Stewart design.  They ended up using a plant stand instead of the stand in the book.  When I got there, it was soooo wobbily!!!  You can sort of see how the cakes were so heavy that they were sagging down.  I just prayed that it made it until the guests arrived!  Each of the seven 10" cakes were decorated differently; I'll post them individually for a closup view.
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By sunlover00
Sep 4, 2006
Attempt to combine princesses and horses.  No problem right!  10" square with a 6" round.  Decorated in buttercream.  Towers are papertowel rolls cut to size and then covered in gumpaste.  Ice cream cones for the tops.  Fondant horse laying down in grass on cake (thanks to imartsy for inspiration).  It was a hit!
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By doc_farms
Sep 12, 2006
Ladybug Christening cake cupcake tower.
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By socake
Sep 23, 2006
I'm not entirely happy with how this turned out, but it worked for what it was.  I accidentally bought reg and pure white chocolate for the blue, so the battlements and the strips under them are different blues (I colored them myself).  I used a buttercream for the icing, but it was a pain to work with on this.  I would paint the gold on before applying decorations next time. Most importantly, I would start much sooner than I did so I could get the rest of what I wanted on there.  The towers are all cake.
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By luv2grdn
Oct 23, 2006
I made this using Wilton's Cupcakes 'N More cupcake tower ... I wired the silver carriage to the top, added a bead-head baby, ribbon "bedclothes", and lavender tulle.  Half of the cakes were chocolate (the mom-to-be's favorite!) and half were white cake, all decorated with buttercream icing and topped with a Lindt truffle!   Yummy!  Rich and decadent!
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By barb124
Nov 12, 2006
Here's my version of Peggy Porschen's gorgeous Rose Tower cake.  I made the roses out of fondant instead of marzipan, but otherwise it's pretty much the same.  I made it for my friend's engagement party.  Her mom threatened to get a christmas-themed cake from costco.  She came to me, weeping (dramatic brides), and I saw the opportunity to make this cake (about which I'd been obsessing for months).  Finally, an excuse!
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By modthyrth
Dec 2, 2006
Eiffel tower was inspired by the October American Cake Decorator magazine - made of Royal Icing.
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By nautkl1
Dec 2, 2006
Made of Royal Icing.
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By nautkl1
Dec 2, 2006
All decorations made of fondant, brushed with diluted gel color w/lemon x-tract.  Used clay gun to make fondant grass.  Wrote over fondant plaque with edible marker.
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By Godiva
Dec 19, 2006
RK treat towers, ice cream cones, buttercream, fondant.
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By DianeLM
Dec 20, 2006
Chocolate cupcakes cover with cream chease buttercream and sugar pumkin decoration!!!!
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By adrisss
Dec 26, 2006
Miniature Mango Tarts, Mini Cupcakes, and Mini Pineapple Cheese Cakes!!, With Grapes as decoration on top Thanks for taking a look!! Happy New Year!!!
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By adrisss
Dec 31, 2006
Carrot Cake with Pineapple and pecans, with a swirl of cream chease buttercream icing.  Happy Ner Year 2007 wowwww Wishing you all wonderful baking and wonderful creations!!!!!!
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By adrisss
Dec 31, 2006
Fist Tower, pineapple mini cheesecakes, Mango Mini Tarts, Mini cinamon crumb apple pie,
Second Tower, Khalua Butter cake , with mini triple chocolate and toffee cupcakes 
Thanks for looking, have a nice day!!
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By adrisss
Jan 6, 2007
This was my first cupcake tower I made for my kids 2nd birthday party, Now I look at it and I see a lot of mistakes, but well my kid loved it, and I wanted to share with you!!  Happy baking !!!!  and thanks for looking!!!!
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By adrisss
Jan 6, 2007
This castle cake is iced smooth with buttercream. The towers are paper rolls cut to size and covered with MMF. Towers are topped with ice cream cones covered in buttercream and wrapped with MMF coils.  Doors are also MMF.  Flower accents done in buttercream.
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By gourmetcakes
Jan 9, 2007
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By Sugarbean
Jan 29, 2007
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By MarisaSimonCakes
Feb 7, 2007
Chocolate Cupcake Covered with Cream Cheese Buttercream and heart candy decoration, I made 100 for my kids shool celebration today, Thanks For Looking!!!!!!
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By adrisss
Feb 14, 2007
This was made with royal icing and silver luster dust and used as a cake topper.  SUPER easy and fun to make.  Email me at dontthrowcake@me.com for the template and instructions!
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By rstml
Feb 23, 2007
Vanilla & Dark Chocolate cupcakes iced with a swirl of ivroy buttercream & large ivory buttercream roses. Simple, but I loved the display.

(One thing I do wish is that they could have given me a larger table....I hate the look of the tower's corners going off each side. Grrrrr! )
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By antonia74
Feb 24, 2007
Made these for my daughter's Pink Poodle party.  Chocolate transfer towers.  Buttercream icing.
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By my3girlies
Mar 4, 2007
This design comes from a bridal magazine that originally showed it with rose pedals sprinkled along each tier and rose buds placed under the topper. However, the couple liked the contemporary feel given by the stark plainness and bold lines. It also helps to draw your eye to the intricate handmade topper that was purchased through the bridal magazine.
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By mcvick6
Apr 13, 2005

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