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this was made for my nieces graduation from beauty school.  fondant decorations on a chocolate with chocolate buttercream cake
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By Linda5606
Jan 6, 2008
Chocolate cake covered in fondant, figure and drapes made from modelling fondant & the bed frame is coloured gelatin icing. The name banner is printed with edible inks on frosting sheet. I also have a close up of photo of Sleeping Beauty uplaoded. Thanks for looking!
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By notmymum
Jan 12, 2008
this was done for my neices graduation from beauty school.  we got a picture of her blowdryer and copied it in cake
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By Linda5606
Jan 12, 2008
Princess castle made for a little girl's 6th birthday.  Roses are fondant.
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By Bettycrockermommy
Jan 13, 2008
The B-day girl got a hold of the smash cake before I started to take the pics, but mom was really happy with the castle, It was a scary ride from my house to the party (25 minutes) but it got there in one piece =)
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By CakeswLove
Jan 14, 2008
Customer wanted a Sleeping Beauty cake for her little 3 yr old.  Her little Princess loved it.  11 x 15 all bc.
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By Suzbo
Jan 18, 2008
I used the wilton wonder mold pan and covered the cake with fondant dusted with pearl dust.
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By boosqmom
Jan 18, 2008
"toy" tiara for topper; iced in BC with fondant bow, roses and dragees
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By shantel575
Jan 19, 2008
Buttercream with Royal Icing flowers.
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By ConnieJ
Jan 21, 2008
This cake was made for my 4 year daughter, my princess. It is all made of fondant. I was very pleased with the result because I never thought I could be able to do it.
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By Kelita
Jan 22, 2008
This is my first time using gumpaste and MMFand modeling a rose. I used Rhonda's MMFrecipe which I love. It was a lot of work to put this together starting with watching the Sleeping Beauty  movie again for ideas. and searching CC like 1000 times.   I love the result.  It has some ops! but practice makes perfection hopefully.  Thanks for looking.
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By arnab
Jan 26, 2008
Made for my 4 y/o's birthday. My version of a Sleeping Beauty cake. Not exactly what I had in mind, but the weather was not cooperating and the fondant pieces would NOT dry. Live and learn! French Vanilla cake, strawberry cheesecake mouse filling, MMF covered and MMF accessories. Was a fun cake and everyone (especially the BDay girl) loved it!
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By mommakeef
Jan 26, 2008
Two 1/4 sheets stacked.
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By mrsprinkles
Jan 31, 2008
Madeira cake covered in BC then Icecraft Sugarpaste.  Bed ends and figure made from modelling paste.
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By seraphim
Feb 5, 2008
bed is made with pastillage  and handpainted
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By rania
Feb 8, 2008
For my niece's 5th birthday party.
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By redsoxgirl
Feb 9, 2008
Another Debbie Brown cake from Enchanted Cakes for Children.  I love that book.  This one of the cakes I am making for my little girl's 2nd birthday party on Sunday.  The other is a stacked pillow cake with a tiara on top...part of the whole "Sleeping Beauty" theme.  One cake down, one to go.  I am already pooped.
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By lilmansmum
Feb 15, 2008
sleeping beauty for my sister's b-day
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By caseyjo
Feb 21, 2008
This cake is Fondant and buttercream.  Very happy with the way it turned out.  It was my first doll cake.
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By tmaaclark
Feb 26, 2008
This cake was covered ni fondant.  I had some trouble inthe back but cover it with a bit of lace detail.
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By tmaaclark
Feb 26, 2008
Thanks for looking!  The only problem I have with this cake is the icing ont he sleeves wasnt very smooth.  If anyone has any suggestions on how to make the arms look smoother without using fondant or marzipan, feel free to send me a message.  I am open to comments!  Carrie
By carrieoppelt
Mar 4, 2008
My first Wonder Mold Pan cake, used store bought doll.  I had to make one 8' round layer to add to the bottom so the entire doll would fit.  Frosted only in Wilton recipe buttercream (8 cups).  Added Raspberry flavoring and it was excellant.  For presentaion sake, the next Wonder mold I make, I will layer the inside to match the 8 inch round I added.  The cake would have looked more appealing after it was cut if it had layers of frosting inside.
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By luckykat7
Mar 15, 2008
This was for my daughter's 3rd birthday. The cakes were 10 in and 6 in.  The turrest were paper towel tubes with cake and sugar cones covered in mmf.  This cake was my first attempt at mmf. My thanks to kelleym for her tutorial.  I did get inspiration from another member, but I cannot find the name now. So if you recognize part of this design as yours let me know and thanks.
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By miwhitern
Mar 16, 2008
A cake made for my dd's friend who lost her mom suddenly after Christmas :(.  Wanted to help out the dad.  Her favorite princess is Aurora, so I wanted to do something simple looking but elegant.  Chocolate cake, buttercream, chocolate tiara w/ luster dust, & MMF ribbon roses.  The roses took the longest for this cake, but liked how it turned out.  (my first cake using Sugarshack's technique----she rocks!)
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By dandelion56602
Mar 20, 2008
A sleeping beauty cake for a little girl in love with 'princesses'.
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By mygirlssweet
Mar 20, 2008
I used a flexible clay mold for her face and hands with gumpaste. Her hair and dress are fondant. Face painted on with icing color/alcohol mixture.
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By laura_d_v
Mar 22, 2008
November 2007 - Inspired by many of the same type of Sleeping Beauty cakes here on CC. Thanks for looking!
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By laura_d_v
Mar 22, 2008
This was a cake for my 5 year old. It was chocolate on chocolate, covered in satin ice fondant and gumpaste accents. Sleeping beauty was made from 50/50.
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By itsloops
Mar 23, 2008
close up from my sleeping beauty cake.
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By itsloops
Mar 23, 2008
Sleeping beauty on a dummy cake. Made just for practice, still trying to improve my human figures, suggestions for improvement are appreciated. Bed is Wilton fondant (headboard is gumpaste), figure is modelling paste/gumpaste mixture.
I used the mold for the head and for flowers on headboard, the rest is done by hand. I would really, really like to hear some constructive criticism how to improve my human figures.
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By alek0
Mar 23, 2008
Belle on a dummy cake covered with white fondant, with white trellis with red roses in the background 
(trellis is uneven because part of it broke off, next time I made it I dried it for much longer and then it can last for weeks)
Modelling paste/gumpaste, dress is gumpaste+wilton fondant. I used mould for the head, and painted eyes with 
liquid colour, and the lips and cheeks with powder colour. I am till not happy how my 3D figures turn out, I would appreciate some constructive criticism.
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By alek0
Mar 23, 2008
Sponge cake.  Decorations all fondant.
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By Lilla
Mar 25, 2008
made yesterday for friends pre-wedding party.  we're in a costuming group with these friends; his favorite costume is darth vader, and hers is princess belle.  everything is edible, except for glass globe, action figures and the coke logo.
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By mixinvixen
Mar 29, 2008
this is one of my favorite ideas that i've come up with...it just fits the couple really well...quirky and fun.  i delivered it with someone else yesterday and the party is not until today, but our friends called and said they loved it!!!
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By mixinvixen
Mar 29, 2008
A special request for a friend that is a Miss USA addict.  This was given to her when the showed aired so that she could serve it at the annual party she holds at her house the night of the pagent.
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By Crazybotz
Apr 8, 2008
This was a last-minute cake for a friend's daughter.  They were getting ready to move and decided to throw a small birthday party before the move.    I forgot to take a picture of the cake before bringing it to the party, so I snapped one as the candles were going in.
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By clopin0
Apr 9, 2008
I made one of these before, slightly different. And this time I had to add another princess to the batch. You would think it would get easier and look better. I need to come up with a better way if I am going to offer this cake again. Oh well, any geedback would be appriciated. TFL
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By susanscakebabies
Apr 12, 2008
I made this cake for a little girl. The princess is painted with edible colours (americolour) to a rolled marzipan. Flowers are marzipan also and the pipings are whipped cream.
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By kaurislapsi
Apr 13, 2008
This cake is iced smooth with buttercream.  Needed something for someone who graduated beauty college and just started her first job at a beauty salon.  Used MMF to make a silhouette type of look for the hair styling tools.  MMF rope border.
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By gourmetcakes
Jun 14, 2007
3 tier Beauty and the Beast Whip Cream with Fondant accents.
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By condecakes
May 15, 2008

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