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All bc icing the wheels are oreo cookie and the steering wheel is candy.
By Connie515
Apr 28, 2005
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By cakes
Oct 13, 2005
These were individual cakes for my twin girls' 2nd birthday. They were made from 4 inch mini springform pans.
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By krissy_kze
Jun 7, 2005
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By samandallie
Jan 22, 2006
Butter cake with buttercream icing and fondant accents.  Fondant characters - my first time with these.  I was  please with how they turned out.
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By _ChristyB_
Jan 28, 2006
This was for a little girl's 2nd birthday celebration. All the characters on the cake are  made of sugar. Elmo is her favorite, so he is on top........"Happy Birthday" is in a crayon style to represent Elmo's crayon skills during his segment of Sesame Street called "Elmo's World".
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By SugarRee
Feb 27, 2006
This design was done to match the Elmo partyware.  Buttercream with fondant accents and fondant characters.
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By _ChristyB_
Mar 4, 2006
Cake was made using Wilton 3D mini bear pan for characters
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By samandallie
Jan 22, 2006
10" & 6" round.  All BC except for the fondant number one.  Images are FBCT from napkin supplied by client. Also made two dozen elephant cupcakes to go with cake.  Napkin had baby elephants on the back.
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By bjfranco
May 26, 2006
Simple cake with design taken from invitation. Elmo gave me HELL! I had to make 2 BCTs of him and they both broke BAD! But I ran out of time so I had to do "Emergency Surgery" (lol) on Elmo before the customer got here. But she LOVED IT! She was about to cry so that made it all worth it!
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By ken
May 27, 2006
i "stole" the idea from other members and, as usual, i can't remember their names but THANK YOU! hand molded fondant figures.
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By redsoxgirl
Jun 3, 2006
The mother specifically asked for Rosita and a Seasame Street theme.  The baby's name is white chocolate with pearl dust.
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By dolcesunshine20
Jun 15, 2006
Half yellow half chocolate cake with whipped cream buttercream frosting.  Edible images that matched the invitations.  The happy birthday sign is an edible image on fondant on a sugar cookie.
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By tinabee
Jun 19, 2006
3 cake pans done together for a sesame street birthday!
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By steffla
Jul 17, 2006
Sesame Street Babies!  Buttercream cakes with Fondant figures and accents.  Blocks are made of Gumpaste. This was made for my little guy's first birthday.  I felt like it was a wedding!!!!  I almost sliced off my thumb 1 hour before party began.  I was a wreck.  I regret not taking better pics of his cake..the one I'm most proud of.  It was a big hit!  I can't believe how hard it is to plan a party and make a cake when you have a baby!  How things change!!!!
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By michelegator
Jul 26, 2006
This cake was done to duplicate a Sesame Street birthday party themed dinner plate.  Top of cake was transferred from a template with piping gel.  Side decorations going around entire cake were freehanded.  I used an old Wilton small Big Bird character pan for individual cake.  It took a REALLY LONG time to decorate.  Longer than some wedding cakes.
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By gourmetcakes
Aug 4, 2006
I used the retired Big Bird pan for a friend's son's 1st birthday.
By ericka
May 22, 2006
All buttercream cake - the characters were FBCT.  Cake flavor is white almond, filling is fresh strawberry.
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By allissweets
Aug 16, 2006
I made this for my niece. I got the idea from this site. thanks sugarcoatedcakes.
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By mijogian
Aug 21, 2006
I made these Sesame Street Cupcakes for my nephew's 1st birthday.  Cupcakes were yellow cake with flavored buttercream (Elmo was cherry, Cookie Monster was blue raspberry and Big Bird was pineapple).  My nephew looked like a smurf all day (from the blue icing)
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By pamthom
Aug 27, 2006
Yellow Cake with BC icing.  The bought the characters and wanted me to put them on the cake.
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By lhmoore
Oct 12, 2006
This is modeled after a Sesame Street puzzle I saw on the internet.  I couldn't copy it exactly.  I almost pitched the cake out the back door  a few times but was talked down by my hubby thankfully.  It's not the neatest but I thought it gave it a whimsical look.  MMF characters and a mix of MMF, Royal Icing pieces and butter cream form the buildings.  Saw a little too late that the RI was not necessary.  Most importantly my 2 y/o daughter loved it.  Could someone tell me the best way to color MMF??
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By cakesbydana
Nov 4, 2006
This was for my youngest son's 1st birthday party.  Marble cake with butter cream icing, done freehand.
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By ravishravin
Nov 16, 2006
Color Flow Characters - Fondant Sesame Street Sign and Fondant Crayons
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By CakeliciousCreations
Dec 22, 2006
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By CakeliciousCreations
Dec 22, 2006
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By donvi
Jan 11, 2007
I made this for a friend's son.  He LOVED it!!  It is white cake with all BC icing.
By bamagirl92
Jan 12, 2007
Big Bird cake done for a friend's daughter's first birthday.  Used a party hat to cover the top of cake instead of using icing.  My second attempt at cake decorating.
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By jlg0508
Jan 24, 2007
This is the smash cake I did for a friend's daughter's first birthday.  I was inspired by the cake from another member from this site.  Matched the Sesame Street/Big Bird theme for the party.
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By jlg0508
Jan 24, 2007
This cake caused some challenges for me.  I made it before I learned how important using a firm cake for sculpting was.  The cake I used for this was softer, and did not hold the support stakes well.  both cakes are covered in buttercream, and I used real chocolate chip cookies instead of making them from fondant or gumpaste.  the beak and the eyes were made of fondant.
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By trace0011
Jan 27, 2007
This cake was for my Nephew's 2nd Birthday. He loves E L M O and his friends. He saw the cake and named every character.  8" & 12" Lemon with BC Frosting, "15" Sesame Street faces are FBCT.
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By QueLinda
Feb 12, 2007
1/2 sheet cake with Sesame Street Characters.
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By Suebee
Feb 22, 2007
This is my back up plan for an 3-D Elmo cake I have to make.  If I can't get the Elmo to sit up without looking like he's been beat up, then I'll just use these chocolate designs around the cake!  LOL.  This is only my second time working with chocolate floodwork.  It is definitely time consuming to do so much detailed work, but like I said, if the 3-D thing doesn't happen for me, I've got these chocolate babies to fall back on!
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By DesignerCakes
Mar 6, 2007
These cupcakes were inspired by a posting from bkrmama and I found the Ernie cupcakes on a Sesame Street site.  I had these for my son's party and then made more (plus Elmo) for my son's daycare class.  The kids all started shouting out the character names!  These were REALLY easy and quick to make.  About an hour for 26 or so.  I had all the colors ready.  The eyes are marshmallows with a dot of dark chocolate or black frosting.  All the rest is tinted buttercream (except Big Bird's beak).  Enjoy!
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By djoyce
Mar 16, 2007
A Sesame Street bday cake I did for my daughter's 2nd birthday this past weekend.  I really had alot of fun making the characters.  If only I hadn't run out of time the day of the party to really focus on the cake itself!  A fun project nevertheless.
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By moptop
Mar 22, 2007
This is my first attempt at decorating.  I had a little trouble with Bert's hair. It fell off and its going to have to go as is.  I guess my icing should have been stiffer.  I only used buttercream icing.
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By chrissy410
Aug 4, 2006
I covered this cake with Satin Ice fondant.  All accents and characters including light post are edible.  This was my first "biggie", complete with a personalized cake base, which I think made all the difference.  I was pretty pleased with the way it came out. I had a little left over batter so I threw in a smash cake for the baby.
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By TToomer
Apr 1, 2007
My first attempt at a stacked cake for my son's 2nd birthday.  Buttercream with fondant stars.  Thanks for all the ideas from everyone on CC!
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By jlg0508
Apr 3, 2007
This is the first time using melted chocolate for decorations.  It sure is easier than buttercream transfers!
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By Delish
May 12, 2007
Cake was made to match invitation with Sesame Street cupcakes.
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By cmmom
Jun 2, 2007


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