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6 x 9 cake I made for some neighbors who had a baby.  The best part was that while I was there visiting them, their 5 year old SAT on the cake!
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By Cakeasyoulikeit
Apr 13, 2005
This is a better picture- 5 individual cakes covered in rolled fondent, royal icing swirls, gum paste letters & symbols and trimmed with buttercream. The zebra blocks are painted w/ food color. I alternated choc. cake (zebra) and white cake both w/ strawberry cream cheese marshmallow filling ;0)
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By SweetTcakes
Apr 13, 2005
This is a simple cake I made for a baby shower at my daughter's school. I made a lot for them last year and wanted them each to be totally different since all the same people would be seeing it. That was a challenge. But I love using my oval pan sometimes instead of the usual rectantular, and a two- tone cake looks good for a baby shower. I made the blocks with candy melts. The cake is just classic white with buttercream icing.
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By CarolAnn
Apr 8, 2005
The was the cake I decorated for my 1 year old (my 11 year old sister baked it, so it's not quite flat!).
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By Cakeasyoulikeit
Apr 13, 2005
My first attempt at blocks...I've gotten better but this was too cute and took too much time not to show!
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By thecakegirl
Aug 6, 2005
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By tawnyachilders
Aug 20, 2005
This is the front of the 3-D fair cake we did... Oh yes I say we... my sister Kristina made the little man that will be sliding down the blocks... and the blocks are complete with all sides covered with something... Oh man nothing ventured nothing ganged but man am I nervous... and I still have to drive 45 miles to deliver it... don't ask i'm crazy...
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By kristingeorge
Aug 31, 2005
This is the side of the cake
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By kristingeorge
Aug 31, 2005
I made this for my daughter's 2nd birthday.  She was Sesame obsessed at the time, yet I didn' t know how I was going to translate that into a cake...until I got this idea.
The blocks are done in fondant, decorated on all sides (except the bottom).
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By KarenOR
May 9, 2005
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By angelcake4u
Sep 9, 2005
Only the third cake I ever made!!!  This one was made with the Teddy Bear w/ Block pan from Wilton!  Coins are chocolate coins w/ gold wrappers.  The hat is made from cardboard that is then decorated and removed prior to eating.  I learned a lot about outlining the image and being patient making this one!!  Hope you like it!
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By finally928
Sep 12, 2005
I loves the cake I saw made from an edible inage so I tried it with a BCT. THANK YOU to all who helped me with a few tips. I need a little more practice but had fun. The cake is 1/2 choco. & 1/2 white. whipped cream buttercream filling.
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By tirby
Sep 15, 2005
shower cake for a friend.. lots of fun.. but dang, were those blocks hard to get all even. The cakes are iced in whipped frosting, and the decorations are buttercream. Three 6.5 inch layers and filled with Strawberry Kahlua Cream. I probably will NEVER used whipped icing again though.. could't get it stiff enough to smooth to my satisfaction. But every one loved the cakes.. and I got my FIRST PAYING order tonight too! YIPPEEE!
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By AndiSue
Sep 17, 2005
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By Chef_Mommy
Oct 3, 2005
I wanted my son's cake to be bold and bright.  The cake with the candle, that says 1st is his smash cake.  I wanted to do more colors, but it was getting to be much work.  The cake was a big hit.
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By sweetcreation
Oct 3, 2005
Stand up Teddy with 4" blocks made from 8' cake pan.
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By djjarrett88
Oct 14, 2005
Blocks are chocolate cake and base cake is yellow.  The baby carriage is royal transfer and everything else is made out of MMF.
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By teesue
Nov 9, 2005
Blocks are white cake with milk chocolate ganache filling and iced with buttercream.  The tops of each block are a FBCT of images from the shower invitation.
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By cakemommy
Nov 10, 2005
These little buggers were a little harder and more time consuming than I thought they would be.  For some reason I find it harder to ice & smooth smaller cakes!!  But over all I think they are cute.  Cream cheese pound cake w/strawberry & cream cheese filling.
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By sugartopped
Sep 6, 2005
learned a lot from this cake.  but it wasn't as difficult as I thought - just time consuming.  and heavy!  Done in all buttercream except for rattle decoration (separate photo) in fondant
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By christyA
Nov 16, 2005
Just made this for a friend's shower.  I think it turned out so cute!  Buttercream, except the picks.
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By Cakeasyoulikeit
Nov 17, 2005
Yellow Butter cake with chocolate butter cream icing.  My first attempt at "blocking" the top and as you can see, it's a little off.
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By MontiBellesBakery
Nov 22, 2005
I love buttercream transfers.  It really is minimal effort for maximum effect (like basketweaving).  Because of its size, this one cracked in the middle.  Luckily I was able to smooth it and cover up the crack...lesson learned.  Thanks for looking!
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By jellygirl
Nov 27, 2005
This cake was created by cutting a square out of an 8" square cake and placing it on top of the other cakes.  It is meant to look like a child's playing blocks.
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By Dennisclan
Dec 6, 2005
SeparATE cakes with Butter Cream Icing
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By ceggie81454
Jan 18, 2006
Fondant covered and fondant cut-out letters and strips for trims. Each block is a 3 3 /4" cube. Cubes were created using chocolate cake layers (3 layers in each cube) with buttercream icing and fillings between layers.
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By Jenny_nyc
Jan 18, 2006
I used the nursery room colors for this cake. The stripes on the side of the block actually match the accent wall painted in the baby's room! The two children (made of fondant) in front are "minitures" of the mom and dad to be.
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By redheadcruz
Jan 20, 2006
This cake looked fine...until I moved it!  :-(  The arms are just icing and one side fell almost completely off!   I fixed it for now but somehow this cake has to travel a whole hour tomorrow and I am just not sure if its going to make it.  Its a large cake.  The structure is sturdy but the icing is not so durable.
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By Kitagrl
Jan 20, 2006
I saw something similar on here and decided to do it for a baby shower today.  This cake took about 4 days to do and fed 100-120 people.  The sheet cake on bottom is marble, the blocks are with chocolate or vanilla and it is iced with almond buttercream.  The bear is a cake and the booties are white chocolate.  The blocks either have a picture (bottle, booties, hat, onesie, bib, ball, heart, flower, or rattle) and the letter's of the babies name "Taylor".  The front blocks say Welcome Taylor.
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By shannas
Jan 28, 2006
Baby shower "Bear with Block" variation.
By JennB
Feb 10, 2006
I should have stacked one block on top of the other two (centered) Darn it!!
The cake is carrot and was so difficult to ice that I will charge $10 extra next time for this flavor cake. Sugar decorations are from
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By DiscoLady
Feb 15, 2006
This cake is a combination of cakes made by Kimaz and Aitza with a little of my own ideas mixed in.  This cake was fun to make.
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By susanmm23
Feb 19, 2006
My first attempt with MMF.  I had some problems with cracking and I couldn't get all the corn starch off.  It was fun to work with something new though and I'll definately try MMF again.
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By kneedleman
Mar 6, 2006
2 tiered cake with hand molded baby and bugs on florist wires.  Little cake cube "blocks" in front.  icing and roses in meringue buttercream.
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By cakestrings
Mar 8, 2006
I made this baby block cake for my sister-in-laws baby shower. I’m going to have a handsome little nephew soon and I’m very excited. While I was making it, I actually wished he could see the cake…I guess he’ll be able to eat some of it though!
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By PinkCakeBox
Mar 12, 2006
All done in B/C.  Marshmallow booties (thanks for the help Wyatt) and candy pacifiers.  The letter boxes are filled with more candy pacifiers.
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By Smoochiefrog
Mar 12, 2006
Pink and Orange Christening cake with fairys and blocks
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By socake
Mar 21, 2006
I made this for a friends son's Christening. The blocks are made of fruit cake from the top tier of her Wedding cake.
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By socake
Mar 25, 2006
This is a baby block made in the colours of my friend's nursery with a mini bear wearing a diaper.  It is 8 layers of chocolate cake, filled with chocolate ganache and covered in ganache before I iced it.  Took me a while!
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By erc11
Mar 29, 2006
8 inch square cut up to make block name message.  This is for a 1st birthday.  The number 1 candle will be placed on the middle block for the boy's smash cake.  Mickey Mouse is piping gel transfer, then freehand.
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By sweetcreation
Apr 6, 2006


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