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Barbie's fish tail is made of gumpaste and fondant, making it appear that she sits on the cake. She is actually stuck into the center as requested by my 6 yr old. The shells are moulded chocolate and the coral is royal icing.  All is theoretically edible except for Barbie herself.
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By steph
Apr 13, 2005
My version of Ariel sitting on a rock in the ocean with sealife in the sand under the sea.
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By KimAZ
Jun 21, 2005
I made this for my daughter's smash cake for her 1st birthday.
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By Beebug123
Aug 9, 2005
HI!  I'm pretty new to this site and very new to buttercream transfer.  Here is my attempt at a buttercream transfer of Ariel.  Thanks for looking and for all the helpful tips on this site!!!!
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By jlm80249
Sep 16, 2005
I had the shaped pan,  but not the plastic insert. So i had to freehand her face and body.  I made this one out of a stacked cake and the wilton whipped icing topping.  It was fun to work with but it warmed too quickly and was a little runny to work with.
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By finally928
Oct 14, 2005
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By Aitza
Dec 7, 2005
My least favorite cake to do! The lady brought me the Ariel doll...she had seen another similar cake I had done for someone else!
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By traci
Jan 4, 2006
This cake was for one of my daughter's friends. She saw a picture of another mermaid cake I did. One of my least favorite cakes to do!
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By traci
Mar 5, 2006
I made this cake for my nieces birthday. It´s a "Sachertorte" with "Parisercreme" (ganache which ist whipped after been refrigerated one night - makes it fluffy) covered in MMF. Corals and seaweed is royal icing. The big shell Ariel sits on is marzipan. Thanks to everybody who posted a mermaid cake on this site for the inspiration.
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By luggi
Mar 10, 2006
I just finished this cake for a little girl that is turning 3 ...I keep her during the day. All Butter cream with chocolate fudge cake and strawberry cream filling.....details are made mostly with candy melts.
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By twoprincesses
Mar 17, 2006
A cake for my friends daughter. Iced in buttercream with chocolate shells and coral and a fondant tail.
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By glitterkris
Apr 1, 2006
This is a cake I made for a 2 year old's birthday party.  She wanted an Ah-wah-all cake.  Use MMF for all the figures, and took the mermaid and octopus designs from Debbie Brown's book...  Everyone especially enjoyed the pieces with the graham cracker sand!!
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By namaman
Apr 10, 2006
I was asked to make this for a friend's daughter's third birthday.  The shells are made from sugarpaste (gumpaste?) and coloured with edible lustres.  

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By dkcrooby
Apr 20, 2006
I was lucky enough to get this pan... paid a little bit more for it, but worth it!!  :D
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By angegreene
Apr 27, 2006
for my Brother's birthday, Yes, my brother! His 4 yr old daughter can't stop talking about a belle cake so this is what he asked for.
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By redsoxgirl
Apr 29, 2006
BC little mermaid, fins made w/ gumpaste, royal flowers and pink chocolate fish. I used the wonder pan and a 8 round for the right size.
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By stylishbite
May 3, 2006
Combo cake for boy and girls birthday party.  I'm not happy with the colors, the green was suppose to be more of a kelly green but I only had 1 days notice and no kelly green coloring in the house.  Good thing it's for family!
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By carebrm
May 27, 2006
Ariel cake pan with Ariel face plate for one of my daughters many Ariel birthday parties!  All buttercream.
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By jaitee69
Jun 2, 2006
This one accompanied Scooby-Doo for the same birthday party. Really wanted to get her body in but was struggling with the room I had on top of the cake & how small it would have made Ariel. These, even with help from my cake-decorating mom, kept me up pretty late!
By saranac2000
Jun 20, 2006
This cake is for my niece's 6th birthday. Chocolate and white cakes with buttercream under fondant. All fondant accents. Luter dust accents too.
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By krissy_kze
Jul 8, 2006
this is a strawberry creme ice cream cake with ariel edible image...iced in whip cream...thanks for looking!
By cakefairy18
Jul 21, 2006
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By LittleLinda
Jul 29, 2006
My daughter loves Ariel, so we chose a Disney Ariel doll with the Wonder Mold pan on a 11x15 sheet cake.  We have her fin down the back of the rock that is near the shore.  Graham cracker crumbs for sand, and buttercream shells other sea items.
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By vonnie2booboo
Jul 31, 2006
10" round with Disney Store figurines on top.
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By CakesByEllen
Aug 7, 2006
I made this for my daughter's 5th birthday this weekend, we had an Ariel party.  I marbeled the fondant to look like water, the bottom layer darker than the top because it's "deeper."  I used brown sugar for sand and made the flowers out of fondant.  The seaweed is buttercream and the seashells are chocolate (Wilton candy mold).  The cake is yellow with regular buttercream.
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By sgauta
Aug 28, 2006
3tiered princess castle. Towers are gumpaste and fondant. Windows, flowers,vines, frog prince, water and the stones are all fondant. Cakes are iced in BC used #12 tip for the stone look on walls. This was one of my favorites and one of my longest..castles always seem to take forever. Thanks for looking.
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By brendaanne
Sep 5, 2006
Princess Ariel cake I made for my daughter's fifth birthday. The bottom cake is a 14" petal shape, yellow cake with rasberry filling. I used the wondermold for the top (yellow cake too). All icing is BC. The photo doesn't show the colors very well, but they were various shades of blue and green. Sebastian and Flounder are plastic toys I found at the Disney Store. Thanks for looking :)
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By Vmoore
Sep 7, 2006
Stacked construction, all buttercream.  Ariel, Flounder, and Sebastian are from the Disney Store.
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By Meagan
Sep 16, 2006
This photo is much clearer than the other one I posted. Sorry for the duplicate!
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By Vmoore
Sep 18, 2006
This cake was a blast and made the client so happy.  I took some of the inspiration from the awesome cakes on this website and made it my own!  It is a half a sheet on the bottom, double layer with fudge filling.  The top is the Wilton wondermold pan, torted with chocolate filling.  The rest of the icing is buttercream and the shells are made with white chocolate.  I was so happy with her tail which I made out of fondant (after many tries!!!), and coated with pearlshimmer dust.  Flounder is also made of fon
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By paradisepalms
Sep 19, 2006
Oops!! Sebastian is kinda big...looks bigger than Ariel (oh well, it was a learning experience)!!  
Half-sheet double layer with buttercream filling.  Ariel, Flounder and Sebastian and rock made with fondant.  Palm trees piped with green buttercream using leaf tip.  Shells made with melted almond bark and brushed with gold luster dust.  Beach made from crushed graham cracker crumbs.  Water is colored piping gel.  Thanks for looking!
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By adkenney73
Oct 2, 2006
Disney princess Ariel from "The Little Mermaid"
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By socake
Oct 7, 2006
Alyssa's 3 yr. birthday cake - I had to hand-cut the flounder cake shape as I couldn't find a flounder pan
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By jeniferrice
Oct 9, 2006
Choc cake with bc Icing
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By Ursula40
Oct 13, 2006
For my neice's 7th bday! All fondant Decorations.
By sarahnichole975
Oct 23, 2006
This cake was fun to do and loved by everyone at the party.  I was at the party and cut the cake.  I made the kids laugh when I took the body out of the cake and then proceeded to take the ariel head off (just for fun),  the 4 and 5 year olds said AHHH and laughed.  Too cute.
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By sweetcreation
Oct 23, 2006
All made of fondant. Would change a few things if I did it again. Just started doing cake decorating about a month ago so it's all a learning curve!!
By seraphim
Oct 29, 2006
Wondermold Cake with Ariel doll.  BC frosting and water.  Brown sugar sand.  Fondant tail and decorations.
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By bulldog
Nov 2, 2006
Chocolate cake with buttercream. Ariel is a frozen buttercream transfer.
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By sassz
Nov 3, 2006
My first attempt at a BCT.  A learning experience!  Also my first cake for a customer in years. :)  2/3 chocolate and 1/3 white cake.  Iced in butterncream.  12 x 18.
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By Cakeasyoulikeit
Apr 13, 2005


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