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I made this in october for my grandaughter's 3rd b-day. It was my first appempt at a doll cake and I was pleased with the final result. I used a real Barbie rather than the doll pic that came with the pan. I used a 10" round 3" high for the base. I made a hole thru the dress cake (and filled it with icing) to accommodate the doll and had to backfill with icing to form a midriff because the doll was pretty tall. But it was pretty easy and Maddy's reaction to it made it worth the work.
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By CarolAnn
Apr 13, 2005
Chocolate ganache barbie doll cake I baked for my god-daughter's 10th birthday. The kids love it.
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By nanzz
Jul 8, 2005
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By cakeconfections
Jul 25, 2005
Showing several views. Royal icing flowers. Buttercream frosted except for all pink parts on dress which are royal. Yellow cake with raspberry filling.
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By KimAZ
Sep 17, 2005
This was for my daughter's 7th birthday. The Barbie's skirt was made with the Wondermold pan and is on top of a single 8-inch layer. It is on top of 8-inch and 10-inch tiers. The dress bodice is made of marshmallow fondat. The skirt petals (inspired by a cake on this site-thank you!) are MMF mixed with a little gumpaste. The rest of the cake is iced in meringue buttercream. The roses are meringue buttercream also. The heart is gumpaste dusted with pearl dust. Wings are edible wafer paper with pearl dust.
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By HollyPJ
Sep 28, 2005
Customer ordered this for her four year old.  MMF used with buttercream design work and cake sparkles to give the skirt a "shimmery" effect.  This was my first doll cake.
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By _ChristyB_
Oct 8, 2005
This is my first try attempt at a doll cake, I had to try it!
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By icingonthecupcake
Oct 8, 2005
Enhanced Photo Cake.
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By djjarrett88
Oct 22, 2005
Real Barbie using wonder mold plus 8" round, skirt is white buttercream and red is fondant.
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By Kitagrl
Dec 16, 2005
This is my first Barbie cake.  It turned out "ok" but I think I can do better the next time.  My niece sure loved it though.  Pink MMF brushed with pearl dust.
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By sunlover00
Jan 2, 2006
I made a barbie doll cake and placed her on top of a 2-tiered cake.  The fondant was homemade...I used a marshmallow fondant recipe.  I used a ribbon for the trim.
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By Laurag1
Jan 10, 2006
My first doll cake. Made for the 5th birthday of a 'pink' girl. I was surprised how easy it was to make this cake.
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By anabrown
Jan 12, 2006
Barbie cake made whith sugar paste.
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By pattyc
Jan 22, 2006
This cake evolved out of necessity to cover up the shawl and heart edging conveniently cover boo-boos!
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By Kitagrl
Feb 18, 2006
Barbie in hot pink! Freehand scroll design on dress. Hearts and dots to match party napkins.
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By KimAZ
Feb 24, 2006
I followed the instruction on the package of the doll pan, using two tones of buttercream and some small candies (on the garlands and torso).
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By mely
Feb 25, 2006
My first ordered cake! the birthday girl turned 6 and was delighted by this blue doll.
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By suzannetherlands
Mar 2, 2006
I did this cake Before my first class, I did not know how to do any flowers yet so just winged it. My daughter loved it! I have a picture of the front of her to. She is all Buttercream and I used a Pamper Chef bowl to bake it.
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By Nicla
Mar 19, 2006
Fairytopia doll for a girl's birthday
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By lilrev
Apr 21, 2006
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By Feefs
Apr 24, 2006
Okay.  Here she is.  Thanks for all the help ladies!  
This doll cake was made from a Pyrex bowl and an 8" round cake.  It is all chocolate cake, BC icing, with fondant for the top of her dress.  The flowers are fake (from a craft store).  This was for a little girl's 2nd birthday.  When the customer picked it up, she was so happy with it.  I totally undercharged her, but it's okay.  I had never done a doll cake before and I didn't know what to expect.           Thanks for looking.
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By luv2cake
May 6, 2006
This was done for a friend's daughter.  It is chocolate cake covered with fondant.  All the decorations are fondant.
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By Renuka
May 14, 2006
This was my first attempt at anything beyond a basic layer cake.
By JPBrabb
May 22, 2006
This is the first doll cake I have ever made. It was actually sort of a joke for a girl graduating from high school. It is chocolate with a white 8" layer underneath, BC filling. It is iced in BC.
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By Kazoot
Jun 13, 2006
My friend and I decided to try and do a doll cake, just for fun.  Neither of us had ever done one and we took turns decorating it.  Here's the result.  Poor Barbie!
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By veronika
Jun 15, 2006
2 layer fudge marble.  Dome was white cake with rainbow jimmies.  I used the Mermaid Barbie, just covered the lower part with scran wrap and stuck her in the cake.  Banner was made with MMF.
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By StandingForJesus
Jul 10, 2006
My first doll cake, just for fun and practice.  I didn't realize the wonder pan took more than a mix's worth of batter, so she's a little short...just pretend she's kneeling! (or that she has no ankles, haha!).  Fondant top and skirt with royal icing flowers.
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By kelleym
Jul 17, 2006
Cinderella Barbie doll cake.  Skirt is from the Classic Wondermold from Wilton on a 9" base.  All french vanilla, iced with buttercream and fondant accents.
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By tripletmom
Jul 22, 2006
I did this cake as a joke for a gal I work with.  She never had a Barbie growing up, so I thought she should have one for her 52nd birthday. I can't wait to see how she likes it.  I found a Birthday Barbie and tried to match the cake to the dress she came with.  Tulle is a little hard to replicate in buttercream!  The bodice is done in MMF with sugar sparkles.  The rest is buttercream.
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By peterlori1
Aug 21, 2006
A friend's daughter's 6th Birthday cake. I didn't use the doll on a stick...instead used a real Barbie doll so that the birthday girl can keep the doll. The cake done in wondermold cracked as I pushed Barbie inside it. Tried to repair that and now the Barbie looks fat at the waist. Not very happy with it.
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By fahril99
Sep 2, 2006
First Barbie dol cake, my purple was horrible, I have had the worst luck with mixing colors.
By toneg24
Sep 8, 2006
This was my first doll cake.  Instead of using a doll pick to stick in the top, I used a real doll and wrapped her in plastic wrap.  I used a rose tip to make the ruffles all over the dress.  It was actually pretty easy!
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By red-fmp
Sep 12, 2006
Sure everyone does doll cakes but little girls love them and who doesnt love purple?
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By rosiecakes
Sep 15, 2006
Barbie Doll Cake on top of 9x13 sheet cake
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By Tkeys
Sep 19, 2006
By sarahnjess05
Sep 25, 2006
By sarahnjess05
Sep 25, 2006
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By sarahnjess05
Sep 25, 2006
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By sarahnjess05
Sep 25, 2006
Barbie stuck in the middle of a skirt cake!  MMF dress with rose petals and pink edible pearls.
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By Uberhipster
Oct 14, 2006
My little grandaughter wanted a Barbie doll cake dressed in "LELO" yellow.
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By awela
Apr 13, 2005


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