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Crawling Baby stacked on a 1/2 sheet cake for a baby shower.  The theme was sports, so I added different shaped balls in buttercream.
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By stephanie214
Aug 7, 2005
It is traditional to eat apples dipped in honey on Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year) and honeycake is also a tradition.  These two cakes combine the traditions.  Both the "apple" and "honeypot" are honeycakes filled with chocolate ganache and covered in fondant.  The "honey" is piping gel. I've learned a lot since these two cakes!
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By itsacake
Aug 17, 2005
I made this for Thanksgiving.  Inspired by the Wilton project called "Gobble It Up" on their website.  It is a strawberry pound cake with buttercream icing.  The pan used was the 3D Rubber Ducky.  The feathers are chocolate candy melts.  The shapes came from a leaf mold.
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By talmas
Apr 13, 2005
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By oohlalacakes
Jul 29, 2005
hot pink cake shaped like a purse for a little diva party!
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By traci
May 8, 2005
Here is the final bunny cake, thanks to the kind advice from fellow list members here!
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By momsandraven
Apr 13, 2005
This is a 3D firetruck that I made last night.  I used a 1/4 sheet cake and cut the pieces I needed.  Ladder is made rom royal icing and the wheels are chocolate donuts
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By libbyhunt
Apr 8, 2005
A 10 inch cake for the oreo filling with white buttercream.  A 12 inch cake cut in half for the top and bottom covered with chocolate buttercream.  I used the Oreo Cookie Cake II recipe from this site.  Delicious.
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By talmas
Apr 9, 2005
The little boy who I made this cake for, wanted to grab it to play with it. It was so funny.
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By awela
Apr 13, 2005
This was a farewell cake to the Band director at my daughter's high school.  Cake is covered in fondant, figure is fondant, back drop is chocolate, sheets of music are rice paper.  Pls notice the printed "music" around the sides of the cake.  All decorations are edible!  No wood or plastic used here.
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By mommykicksbutt
Apr 13, 2005
This is my 22nd Annual 2005 San Diego Cake Club's Cakes on Parade Cake Contest entry in the Scuplture category.  This cake didn't place in the top 3 but I got soooo many inquiries and postive comments on it.  Appearently the crowds and my fellow decorators loved it, just not the judges.  This was an engineering feat getting the flower bowl to stay on top of the "batter pour".  Decorated in fondant, gumpaste, pastillage, royal icing, rice paper, and lots of pearl, luster dusts, and edible glitter.
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By mommykicksbutt
Apr 13, 2005
I made this for a boy's birthday.  The design is from the 2002 Wilton Yearbook.  I used the Stand-Up Cuddly Bear pan.  The icing is buttercream.  The scales and toenails are candy melts.
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By talmas
Apr 13, 2005
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By awela
Apr 16, 2005
Replica of X-Box console and controller with black buttercream and fondant.  3 layer devils food with cherry filling.  This was my 2nd attempt...we didn't like the first one so we scraped it off and re-did it.  Much better 2nd time!  Thanks to trisha for her help on this one!
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By tripletmom
Apr 24, 2005
I made this rubber ducky for a baby shower at work.  I also made the ducky candy around the cake and put blue & pink cupcakes around the edge as well - everyone loved it!
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By kissmeandcstars
Apr 28, 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
Sheet cake cut and stacked.  Red icing is canned strawberry with added red food color.  Color was great, would not be stiff enough for any piping.  Can't recall what I started with for the black.  The black was Chefmaster liquid color.
Decorations are gumdrops, chiclets, m&ms, licorice.
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By AnaMaria11
Apr 30, 2005
Here is a cake I did for a 5th birthday.  I add cookies for a different look.
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By katie
May 7, 2005
This was my first attempt at a 3-D cake- way before I found this site, I did it in 2001. This cake made me cry- literally. But my husband's brother and his wife still liked it- despite it falling apart on me and me placing straws in it to keep the whole thing from coming completely apart. It's supposed to look like a john boat- haha not quite.
By m0use
Apr 13, 2005
I saw this on a site elsewhere and had to try it, it was for a baby shower at our preschool, now that I am taking classes and learning about fondant I can't wait to try some cakes I have seen here!
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By tracyscakes
May 8, 2005
Baby shower 3D Winnie The Pooh stacked on a 10" and 12" cake with candy molds as decorations.
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By stephanie214
May 10, 2005
Practice cake.
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By stephanie214
May 10, 2005
Did this for a 32 year old truck driver birthday.  His girlfriend wanted to add something really special for him.  I finally found this eighteen wheeler truck to match the color of his truck.
By stephanie214
May 10, 2005
This is my son's 9th birthday cake.  Kirby is chocolate and the Warp Star is strawberry.  Kirby is off of his gameboy games.
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By thecakemaker
May 16, 2005
I duplicated a cake used on the cover of the 1998 Wilton Yearbook. The teddy bear is the baby's "smash" cake.
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By Michele25
May 20, 2005
Animals piped in 3D
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By Susan94
May 22, 2005
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By Susan94
May 30, 2005
Wilton's 3-D Bunny cake atop an 11x15 sheet cake.  The bunny is own its own board, which is covered with green "grass" to hide it, on top of a plastic plate.  Removed board for transport; replaced on the plastic plate at the party.  The shower was a garden theme.
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By KC2BeAgain
Jun 7, 2005
The other half of this cake fell apart when I took it out of the pan so it ended up being a half an egg.
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By klsunny
Jun 14, 2005
I free-handed this boot from a 9x13.  I used star tip for entire boot with BC for lighter brown and gray and (I admit) store-bought chocolate frosting for darker brown.  I put silver bullet candies on the spur for the star.
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By chara
Jun 20, 2005
I am not a cake professional, so please be considerate!  :~)  I only do themed cakes for my son and daughter's birthdays.  I used the detailed directions on this site (THANK YOU) to make Spiderman.  He is not perfect AT ALL, but my son (and everyone at his party) LOVED it!
I love that he loved it!
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By mousey
Jun 21, 2005
I accidently posted my tank cake in the wrong category. Here we go again...
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By Esther
Jun 27, 2005
Made with leftover pieces of pastillage
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By desertm
Jun 29, 2005
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By freddie
Jul 16, 2005
This was my first 3-D cake,my daughter-in-law and I just started doing cakes, as she got a cake decorating kit for Christmas, I do the baking and sculpting and she is the main icer. She makes my vision come to life, making us a good team.So far we have the star tip down pat. My nephew loved his cake but suggested wings... next time.
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By freddie
Jul 17, 2005
Made this for my grandaughters 4th birthday. Planned on doing a cat on a bed but since I had cake scraps leftover I added three kittens. She just loved it and saved one of the kittens for later. We can now add basket weave to our repetoir. My daughter-in-law has got her buttercream down pat now.
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By freddie
Jul 17, 2005
This was for a reunion of everyone who had attended this elementary school which was closed in 1970 and torn down.  It is my best replica made from memory and a couple of very old photos with the school in the background.
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By piklpop2
Jul 18, 2005
Nemo Fish Cake
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By robinhood
Jul 18, 2005
My 3 year old named this one!  Just learning...made this for a friend whose little girl was turning one.  Thanks for looking!
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By edcjenv
Jul 18, 2005
Red velvet cake iced in buttercream.
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By Cakeasyoulikeit
Aug 18, 2005


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