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Cupcake cake (48 cupcakes) for a missions-themed revival.  Buttercream transfer world and writing.
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By southerncake
Apr 13, 2005
Chocolate Transfer.  10-inch round, buttercream.  Lavender hearts are tinted white chocolate.
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By Anonymous
Apr 13, 2005
This was a transfer of Dory traced out on wax paper and flipped onto the cake and filled in.  This was my 2nd attempt at this.
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By heracastle
Apr 13, 2005
This is the first buttercream transfer that I've done.  I've used a projector to do lots of drawings, but I don't have access to one here, so I was very happy to learn this technique.  Whatta ya think?
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By stuttgartkim
Apr 13, 2005
This was done by my 8 year old son for a chocolate art contest.  He won best in show out of a dozen entries!  He made SB in parts (eyes, hat, mouth, etc) and put the parts onto the sponge part to make it look 3-D.
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By thecakemaker
Apr 13, 2005
This was made for a friend that another friend had played a practical joke on - hanging these on his truck.  This friend had requested that I make him a hot milk cake ~ which I did ~ he didn't specify what to decorate it with.  I used a chocolate transfer and whipped icing with chocolate rocks.  It was a hit!
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By thecakemaker
Apr 13, 2005
This is my very first buttercream transfer .This cake is for my BIL who just served over a year in Iraq. It is the crest of his Army battalion.
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By KimAZ
Apr 13, 2005
First ever BCT done on a CcC
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By ump107
Apr 13, 2005
Detail of the BCT and center of the Kentucky Derby 131 cake
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By CakesByEllen
May 13, 2005
I did this cake for my family reunion using piping gel to transfer the pattern that was used on out shirts. I liked how the design turned...HATED everything else. If it weren't for my family this cake would be in a ditch somewhere.
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By eryka1842
Jun 1, 2005
Frozen butter cream transfer of Dash.
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By KimAZ
Jun 21, 2005
For my daughter's third birthday. She loved Pinochio. I got a picture, taped it on the back of a pan and put a piece of plastic wrap over it. Carefully outlining each of the figures, I filled them in, making sure the entire surface was at least ¼" thick. Put the pan in the freezer until it was hard. Then picked up the plastic wrap and placed it icing side down on the cake, pressed and removed the plastic wrap. A few minor adjustments and it was completed, except for borders and writing. She was thrilled!
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By marriedhsdad
Jun 30, 2005
This is my first chocolate transfer.  The black ran a little when I added the white chocolate.  (I tried to repair the eyes a little after the fact).
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By mohara
Jul 17, 2005
Clifford Chocolate Transfer
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By mohara
Jul 17, 2005
This was my first attempt at a BCT.  I liked having it done ahead of time, however I was suprised that the black bc started to bleed a bit.  Anyone have this problem?
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By Rexy
Jul 17, 2005
Reverse Frozen buttercream transfer
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By richardskathy
Jul 18, 2005
This is my first Frozen Buttercream Transfer.  If anyone could give me some suggestions I would greatly appreciate it.  As you can see, it's not too smooth and it broke a bit with I removed it from the glass.
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By PoodleDoodle
Jul 29, 2005
Buttercream Transfer.  His mask didn't turn out very well but they liked it
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By charlieinMO
Aug 7, 2005
Chocolate cake w/buttercream icing. Pictures in corners are buttercream transfers.
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By mamafrogcakes
Aug 31, 2005
11" x 14" sheet cake, white cake w/ Cool Whip & fresh fruit center, buttercream transfer (first ever!!).  Made Summer of 2003 before I took the Wilton Courses .. which explains lack of bottom border!! :-)
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By finally928
Sep 12, 2005
Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends Buttercream Transfer made fall of 2003.  Second BCT I made - and this one took forever!!  Sheet cake, Chocolate bottom layer, vanilla top layer, chocolate mousse center.
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By finally928
Sep 12, 2005
Cake I made for my son's wolf scout family cookout.  He wanted me to make a cake with a wolf on it.  I did my first buttercream frozen transfer, I think it turned out OK for my first
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By texasmichele
Sep 13, 2005
This was my first try at a FBCT.
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By tinabee
Sep 17, 2005
First paid cake order for someone other than family.  This is a big chocolate transfer.  Broke is a few  of the narrow areas as I was putting it on the cake. I wanted to do a buttercream transfer, but I made 2 practice ones and I couldn't get it to release from the wax paper.   MMF rocks.  Two 9 x 13 cakes, white and chocolate.  I charge $30 which I feel is low.
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By mindy
Sep 18, 2005
Here is my superman.  He doesn't look very happy does he?  lol  Had to be a little creative.  I forgot to reverse the "S".  Had to fix after it was on the cake.
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By charlieinMO
Sep 18, 2005
This went with the superman cake.  And yes!!  I forgot to reverse this as well!!  I fixed this then put back in the freezer and then put on the cake!  But I don't forget that again!!  (Well hopefully not for a few times anyway!  LOL)
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By charlieinMO
Sep 18, 2005
Baby einstein cake from this weekend.  Bottom 2 - 12" choc. with raspberry mousse filling.  Top 2 - 8"  french vanilla with creamy white icing and mini choc chips for filling.  Outside covered with BC and candy melt choc. transfers.
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By NEWTODECORATING
Sep 19, 2005
Baby einstein cupcakes.  Choc. cupcakes with twinkie filling.  Choc. transfer Baby Einstein characters.  BOY you guys are right--love Americolors!!!  This was my first time using them and the first time I got bright colors!
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By NEWTODECORATING
Sep 19, 2005
This was my first attempt at a half sheet cake.  Boy, it is a lot harder to do than a little 8 inch round!  The BCT is MUCK from Bob the Builder requested in yellow.  The cake in party confetti with BC fill.  TFL
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By pandora3799
Oct 1, 2005
21st birthday for a spongebob lover.  Chocolate transfer bob and patrick
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By mindy
Oct 9, 2005
This was done for a coworker of my husband. His daughter just graduated from the Dallas Police Academy. White cake with pineapple BC. Edible image.
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By mamafrogcakes
Oct 25, 2005
My frist BCT on 6" round, 10" square. Flowers are royal icing. Thanks for looking!
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By CakeDesigns
Oct 26, 2005
BCT on 10" round. Bananas are made from mmf. One of my first attempts at using the viva towel smoothing technique.
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By CakeDesigns
Oct 26, 2005
BCT on sheet cake. I used the grass tip and gourmet jelly beans for the border. This was for a girl whose birthday was on Easter.
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By CakeDesigns
Oct 26, 2005
One of my first BCT and my first attempt at using the viva towel smoothing technique. I used the star tip for the border. This cake was for a farewell for a co-worker who we all thought was pretty incredible.
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By CakeDesigns
Oct 26, 2005
This is a cake I made for a co-workers son's 8th birthday. He loves cars and she asked me if I could make a Hummer Grill on the cake. I freehand drew it on paper and then did a gel transfer and filled in with thinned BC.
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By mamafrogcakes
Nov 3, 2005
Buttercream transfer skeleton, with black buttercream roses.  Chocolate cake with chocolate filling.
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By nocentstar
Nov 4, 2005
My first BC transfer.  I had to perform surgery on it too!  I have such a week grip so I used a 4 tip to outline and the black outline bled, so I made another leg and amputate the original and attach the new one.  This time I used a 2 tip and it worked much better but required more squeezing.  The birthday girl didn't even notice and it didn't bother her mom, They were just glad that I did the cake and were very happy with it.  But me, I need to practice this technique more.
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By mommykicksbutt
Nov 16, 2005
Here is the cake I was just talking about. FBCT for Spongebob, which turned out great thanks to SquirrellyCakes recipe. 
Vanilla 1/2 sheet cake, vanilla BC and sprinkles on edges.
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By mamafrogcakes
Dec 3, 2005
My first cupcake cake and frozen buttercream transfer.  These are red velvet cupcakes (20) with cream cheese frosting (background only).  I also filled each cupcake with some of the cream cheese frosting.  I did this for my cousin's baby shower.  She loved it.   Dawn, Thank You sooooo much for sharing your technique. Your instructions were great.  I used the Walmart brand of fudge frosting and it was perfect for outlining.  Now I can move on to more detailed designs.  I hope to get as good as you one day.
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By Sina
Apr 13, 2005

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