I made a fun cake this weekend using the chocolate transfers (and the House Buttercream . . . yum!). My siblings and I were all at my parents house with all of the grandkids (it's rare to get us all together) so I wanted to make a cake to celebrate our mini-reunion. I made chocolate transfers of all of the grandkids, as well as a sandcastle, fish, crabs, and a cat. For my sandcastle, I piped the outline and then sprinkled crushed graham crackers on the waxed paper. Then, I covered the graham crackers with the sand colored chocolate so I ended up with a textured chocolate piece. For the fish and the crabs, I was very much inspired by bizgriff97's sandcastle cake. The cat was for my one sister who doesn't have kids so she'd have representation on the cake, too. In retrospect I wouldn't have made the cake so busy, and secondly when piping two of each image to place them back to back, I should have done a "front" and "Back" for each child rather than two fronts. Oops! I also would like to know if anyone has done back to back chocolate transfers because I have trouble keeping the backs flat. The chocolate builds up and when I sandwich two pieces, I end up with a gap and you can easily see the buttercream that is sandwiched between. Anyway, this was such a fun cake to do since it was so personal. And each of my kids / nieces / nephews thoroughly enjoyed "eating" themselves!