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Cake I did for my son's 3rd birthday. First time working with color flow (outside of the butterflies I did in Wilton II class) wish the windows came out better. I liked the way the cake came out though. Spiderman is a candle.
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2/24/06 at 6:46am
Wow!! This is awesome!!!
2/24/06 at 6:47am
That's great.Your buildings look really really good. I love the little gummy cars!!
2/24/06 at 6:50am
2/24/06 at 6:55am
Came out great! Love all the edible cars :-)
2/24/06 at 7:04am
i made one like this!! yours is great!!! i made my buildings w/ candy. next time i will have to try the color flow!! great cake!!!
2/24/06 at 7:05am
very cool, awsome cake, great job!!!!!!!!!
2/24/06 at 7:12am
one thing that you could have done was outline the windows with a marker ... just a thought for next time ....... my son doesn't like spiderman .. I would love to do this cake
2/24/06 at 7:13am
Fun Cake and very creative. good job!!!
2/24/06 at 7:21am
Thanks for the great feed back - good tip sofiasmami - I'll have to try that next time
2/24/06 at 7:33am
I love this cake, my son would too!!! Great job, how did you do the buildings????
2/24/06 at 7:34am
thanks - buildings are made from colorflow. The template is in the 2005 Wilton patterbook I believe.
2/24/06 at 8:41am
Wow just beautiful !! great work. :top hat:
2/24/06 at 9:35am
I made a Batman cake like this and boy do your buildings look much cleaner than mine did. Great work...speaking from experience, I know how time consuming this cake is!
2/24/06 at 11:42am
I'm making this cake this weekend representing Batman. Your building look great! I'm a bit worried about mine. I hope my attempt turns out like yours!
2/24/06 at 7:34pm
this really looks good!
2/24/06 at 7:56pm
Great job! The cars are my favorite part!
2/25/06 at 1:13am
I like the windows, it gives it that comic strip feel. The cars are too cute.
2/28/06 at 7:48am
This cake looks great!!! Your buildings are really good. I am going to attempt this cake this weekend. I am going to try Color Flow for the first time, so we'll see. I was hoping that you have the patterns for the buildings, and if so would you please e-mail them to me. I hope my cake turns out at great as yours.
3/1/06 at 10:15am
How cute! I added this to my favorites! I'm trying to get ideas for my step-son's 3rd birthday cake this weekend...I might have to try this. You did a great job!
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