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By cjf
Apr 13, 2005
This is Boba Fett from Star Wars. This pan was hard to find & not a cheap buy, that's for sure!!  I made these two Star Wars cakes to surprise my son with on his 7th birthday.
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By midwestmom
Apr 13, 2005
This is for my son's 7th birthday.  R2 still needs 2 cherry halves on his head, but I won't put them on until the day of the party.
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By midwestmom
Apr 13, 2005
Marble cake frosted in buttercream.  I striped the bag with yellow and orange to pick up the back round of the picture.  The picture is painted on wafer paper.  I used edible markers and piping gel.
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By HeidiPSU
May 2, 2005
My futur brother-in-law asked me to make a cake to look like the Death Star from Star Wars for his grooms cake.  This is my first practice attempt at making this cake.  Using the Sports Ball cake pan for the shape, I made a chocolate strawberry cake and flavored the icing strawberry as well.
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By HollyDayCakes
Jun 9, 2005
Thanks to Talmas for the idea!!  This is also made with the rubber duckie pan, with fondant tree, jacket, walking stick, hands, and feet (first time with fondant).  The rest is buttercream, with sugar cookie ears.  This is going to be used for a smash cake for a 4 year olds Bday, he is a huge Star Wars fan.  The pic doesn't really do it justice, but I like how it came out!
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By ribbitfroggie
Jun 25, 2005
This is a spice sheet cake with cream cheese frosting and filling, with a white Darth Vader cut out cake on top, covered with buttercream, and pour-on icing (I couldn't get the buttercream dark enough).
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By ribbitfroggie
Jun 25, 2005
Yoda in the swamp is what I was going for.  It didn't come out exactly as I hoped but do they ever.  The only thing not edible is the 3 straws I used to stabilize the tree and yoda.  Yoda and the tree are made out of a chocolate pound cake.  I used the 3D duck pan.  I know crazy.  I used MM fondant and buttercream for my icing.  It was lots of fun but I am glad this one is done.
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By talmas
Apr 28, 2005
This was my first attempt at anything like this.  I made it for my husband's surprise 30th birthday party. I could have done a better job but my 7 month old got tired of waiting for Mommy to finish and hurried me along!!
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By dodibug
Jun 29, 2005
I made this cake for my boyfriend for our pre-episode III Star Wars watching marathon.  Made of strawberry cake and buttercream icing and like the others, used the Wilton sports ball pan.
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By tabithe
Jul 25, 2005
Okay this was my first attempt at fondant... I was way intimidated so for me this isn't a great cake... But we sure did get a lot of looks on our way to the birthday party.
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By kristingeorge
Aug 15, 2005
Made with the Wilton Star Pan.  Marble cake with chocolate mousse filling and crusting buttercream.  Used an Edible Image bought at Shoprite for $8.
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By CakesByEllen
Aug 15, 2005
This is the cake that I made for my DH's birthday.  It's pistachio cake with vanilla buttercream and MMF.  I had troubles smoothing out the MMF at the bottom of the ball, but hopefully the painting covered that up!
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By aupekkle
Aug 16, 2005
Darth Vader is my first attempt at FBCT.
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By llbean
Aug 26, 2005
Strawberry cake with B/C frosting the entire top is a BCT.  It was fun once I found a pic of Princess Leia.
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By tcrema
Sep 18, 2005
Everything is edible except for the styrofoam ball under the face plate and helmet!  Everything is fondant ecept helmet which is gumpaste because the fondant helmet kept cracking.
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By lastingmoments
Sep 24, 2005
These are sugar cookies in the shape of Darth Vader (bell), and stars for a STAR WARS Bday party!
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By ribbitfroggie
Jun 25, 2005
You can see the outline better on this photo.
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By jlvmorales
Oct 2, 2005
This was a last minute request from a lady that wanted volcanos from Star Wars on it.  I hadn't seen the movie, so I wasn't really sure what I was doing.  Never made volcanos before!  Kinda tacky.  But, oh well.  It tasted great, though!:)
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By fytar
Oct 5, 2005
Star Wars figure R2D2.
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By craftmasterchris
Oct 7, 2005
Back side of R2D2.
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By craftmasterchris
Oct 7, 2005
Edible image on top of an 11x15 sheet cake. I made a similar cake for this child's brother...so he wanted almost the same cake!
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By traci
Oct 9, 2005
MMf covered cake with m&m toys on top
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By Egotrip77
Oct 9, 2005
This is my Yoda cake that I made for one of my daughter's freinds.
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By ShelbysYummys
Oct 9, 2005
This was fashioned after a vintage recruitment poster.
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By djjarrett88
Oct 14, 2005
Ribbon cut out of pound cake.
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By djjarrett88
Oct 14, 2005
My son loves this cake!
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By cakes
Oct 22, 2005
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By lisamarie182
Oct 25, 2005
Darth Vador cake cut from 9x13 pan and stacked on 1/2 sheet cake, frosted in buttercream.
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By krispy
Oct 28, 2005
This is for a little boy that wanted a light saber BD cake.  Shaped out of a 9 X 13 french vanilla cake covered in BC frosting with fondant accents.  Loved how this turned out.
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By Mac
Nov 5, 2005
My first ccc, very easy.  FBCT of darth vader and yoda.  Not happy with yoda's face and he is suppose to be facing the other way.  Customer was very happy.  Thanks to the CC member(s) for the flame border idea.
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By sweetcreation
Nov 22, 2005
Made out of one 13x9 pan, I traced the face of a photo of Darth Vader, enlarged it on the photocopier until fit the width of the cake, and cut the mask to size.  After base frosting the mask with Wilton chocolate buttercream frosting, I took the traced paper and applied piping gel to outline the details of the face, then used the star and round tips to decorate.  

The 'marquee" board was made from the bottom of the 13x9 cake.
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By KimberlyKakes
Dec 3, 2005
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By JennB
Jan 1, 2006
Shape cut from a 1/4 sheet cake.Chocolate buttercream icing "hair" applied with a "grass" icing tip. Other highlights & details added with vanilla buttercream. ( Believe it or not... this was a GROOM'S CAKE for a Wedding Rehearsal Party!!! )
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By Twisted_Sifter
Jan 1, 2006
Shape was cut from sheet cake. Iced in chocolate buttercream colored black. Raised details made with black colored buttercream "fondant". Painted highlights with white coloring. Face mask & hand were built up with cake. Light Saber was a 10 inch red glow stick ( my wife's idea :) ). Flames were piped from yellow/red colored buttercream.
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By Twisted_Sifter
Jan 7, 2006
1/2 yellow sheet cake buttercream frosting.  

Unfortunately you cannot really see the detail on Vader in this picture.  I learned a lot from this cake!  Like 'corners'.
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By Fishercakes
Sep 26, 2005
for my son's 8th Bday.  This was his choice.  I wanted to do the volcano scene, but this was much easier.  So he made a good choice afterall.  Melted ice cream cake w/chocolate marshmallow frosting.
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By 4cakefiends
Jan 22, 2006
This is a light saber for my son's birthday.  Chocolate cake, chocolate buttercream, marshmellow fondant on top.  It is sweet, and the kids loved it.
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By ccoth
Jan 23, 2006
I made this for my son's birthday.  It is chocolate cake, chocolate buttercream, and marshmellow fondant on top.  My first fondant cake.
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By ccoth
Jan 23, 2006
Here's my Star Wars cake!  The mask is actually a plastic cake top as are the two "light sabers" in either corner.  Cream cheese frosting sprayed with green, red, yellow and black on the top.  The "flames" are yellow with orange piping gel.  Sides are sprayed with blue; bottom border is green with blue spayed on top.  The woman who ordered it just flipped over it!!!
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By egarman
Jan 27, 2006

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