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Belle doll cake.  I made 4 different cakes to go with the Beauty and the Beast theme.  Belle, Mrs. Potts & Chip, Castle, and rose cupcakes.
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By 4cakefiends
Oct 17, 2005
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By Aitza
Dec 7, 2005
I tried to make this look like Belle, but just ended up making a yellow doll cake.
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By CakesByEllen
Oct 21, 2005
Made for my husband's cousin. She came to visit, saw my cake portfolio and ordered this cake for her daughter in the US (I'm in Puerto Rico).  She froze the cake and took it with her 2 days later.
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By gegon
Apr 19, 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
I made this for a friends daughters 3rd Birthday this weekend. Fondant covered chocolate cake.
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By socake
Jul 1, 2006
My first doll cake.  My fondant was too soft to lay over the whole cake so I layered on a piece at a time.  Not exactly what I was going for, but not too bad.  Chocolate cake with french vanilla mousse covered in MMF.  The mousse began to leach out  from under her dress at the party and it looked like she was peeing!  How do I keep mousse from leaching?  Also, I re-styled Belle's hair because it looked all wrong. I used Pampered Chef batter bowl to bake cake in. Very happy with the shape of the cake!
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By martig
Jul 17, 2006
I made this princess Belle cake for my daughter's 3rd birthday.  She had a  Beauty & The Beast party.  It's all bc except for the attempt at the rose, which was made of MMF.  It's only the third decorated cake I ever made (the others were for her 1st and 2nd birthdays!)  I have a lot to learn and need tons more practice, but overall I think it came out cute.
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By projectqueen
Feb 27, 2006
Beauty and the Beast Belle cake. Made for my niece's 4th birthday. This is my first doll cake. It is mmf and b/c. The filling was butter cake with banana cream filling. This whole cake was inspired by everyone at CC.
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By itsloops
Aug 7, 2006
10" round with Disney Store figurines on top.
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By CakesByEllen
Aug 7, 2006
This is for a 4 yo who loves Beauty & the Beast.  I used yellow MMF for the dress.  It is the first time I have used this pan & was really pleased with it.  The birthday girl loved it!
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By bkdcakes
Aug 8, 2006
Using the tips from this website, I made this cake for my niece’s birthday. All the kids (and even more adults) were transfixed by it. It was huge! Because I used a real doll (Barbie-size), the wonder mold wasn’t tall enough, so I added an 9-inch round at the bottom. I didn’t like the top ruffle I added at the end (the beads were too “fat”), but the rest of it looked great. Yellow is my niece’s favorite color so the cake was lemon as well.
All buttercream with cake sparkles for shine.
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By Eren
Sep 9, 2006
I used the Wilton Cinderella pan and just put on a Belle face (from Beauty & the Beast)... all buttercream.
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By divaofcakes
Sep 11, 2006
At the party - the princess castle and mini princesses.  Princesses are buttercream.
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By cakesbyjackie
Sep 24, 2006
This was my first attempt using mmf.  I think it turned out ok, not spectacular.  I wish the fondant would have looked smoother.  The cake is the Vegan chocolate cake from this site, very tasty.  Belle is painted on a mmf plaque using Wilton gel colors.
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By abc123
Oct 4, 2006
8", 6", 4" first stacked cake!
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By elipsis
Oct 29, 2006
This cake is iced smooth in lavendar buttercream with white buttercream lattice.  Belle was made using the Wilton Stand-up Doll pan and plastic doll.  Roses make with royal icing.
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By gourmetcakes
Aug 4, 2006
I did this cake this morning for a little girl who was having a princess party.  I found a good pic of the magical ballroom and tried to recreate it in the cake.
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By pastrypantry
Nov 4, 2006
This was so hard to make.  12x18 chocolate cake with buttercream icing.  My icing wouldn't crust for some reason, so I couldn't smooth it well.  Also, the facial details are so small and delicate, I had a terrible time getting it to look right.  In the end, I was pleased with all except the eyes - they look kind of goofy.  But it was the best I could do!  :)
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By potatocakes
Nov 9, 2006
Buttercream Transfer
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By sassz
Nov 29, 2006
Heart shaped cupcake cake of Disney Princesses.
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By KimAZ
Dec 9, 2006
The Disney Princess pan is so versatile! The toys were given to me to place on the little cake.
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By mariecar6
Dec 10, 2006
Cupcake cake- Belle, Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella with butterflies and scrolls.
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By KimAZ
Jan 13, 2007
Yellow cake (10 in. round) underneath of 2 funfetti cakes baked in KitchenAid Bowl (this was very tricky!!!), vanilla buttercream, yellow fondant.  Seran-wrapped doll to keep her clean.  Turned out just like I'd hoped!!!
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By bayouclarinet
Jan 23, 2007
This was my first "3" doll cakes.  I used the wondermold pan and then carved down some 8" rounds underneath the wondermold.  The little girl told me what colors each doll was suppose to wear.  They were oreo cake with cookies and cream filling, chocolate with white mousse, and white with chocolate mousse.  The little girl loved them, but asked her mom if they were going to eat her dolls too, lol!
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By ribbitfroggie
Feb 2, 2007
Her dress is cut from a six layer eight inch round cake, and frosted with buttercream.  her top is made from fondant.
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By TheMixer
Feb 16, 2007
I made this for my daughter's 4th birthday, it was a Belle birthday.
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By hjanotta
Mar 10, 2007
Buttercream & Toys
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By Jenn123
Mar 17, 2007
belle is fondant, castle is marzipan. towers are firm cake with ice cream cones.
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By catherien
Mar 18, 2007
This was my first time decourating cookies! :D Worked my butt off for way too long for it to be practice so i made it out to my baby sisters. I used the NFSC with royal icing. Made the pictures with RI on parchment paper and let it harden then placed it on the cookies. Thanks for looking!
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By Tolinda
Mar 18, 2007
My daughter wanted Disney Princess Doll cakes for her birthday.  I used the mini doll picks I had in my cake decorating stuff and the mini doll pan by Wilton's to make the small cakes and Belle is the largest because she is "The Best"
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By Georgiared
Mar 24, 2007
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By lindav76
Mar 26, 2007
10" round & 6" square.  Gumpaste walls rolled with the cobblestone impression mat (LOVE THAT THING).  Gumpaste towers as well as fondant covered ice cream cones painted with luster dust for tower tops.  I used my airbrush for only the 2nd time to color the doors and was really happy with the effect.  I cheated and used flowers I purchased at the cake store because it was last minute and I didn't have much time.
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By doc_farms
Mar 30, 2007
This is white layers, buttercream icing and royal flowers.  The towers are made with ice cream cones.  I baked cake in the bottom cones.  The top cones (sugar cones) are covered in melted chocolate and sprinkles.
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By Newatdecorating
Apr 2, 2007
Side view of princess cake showing "tale" for Ariel.
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By Joolz
Apr 2, 2007
French vanilla cake w/Bavarian cream filling iced in buttercream.  Edible image plaques w/royal icing border painted gold.  Fondant accents,  For a last minute order.
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By newtocakes
Nov 3, 2006
This was my first paid cake I charged $40.00.It is a 1/2 sheet with a 1/4 sheet stacked on top.I feel like I overcharged but the customer was very pleased.
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By mom_of_4girls
Apr 6, 2007
My daughter's 'new' favorite princess is Belle, so this was the school cake for her 5th birthday.  Confetti cake with BC and fondant.
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By FunCakesVT
Apr 12, 2007
This was a butter cake filled with hazelnut chocolate. Next time around I would like to try it covered in fondant.
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By lillcabby
Apr 15, 2007
Belle's face and shoulder made from buttercream transfer. Gown and hair made using tip #16.
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By Amaya
Apr 15, 2007

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