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By StandingForJesus
Jul 25, 2006
Thanks again Krissy.  Got a second order for this cake, so this is my second Curious George.  Everyone just really loves this little guy.  I tried to turn this order down because I had 3 other cakes due the same time, but the mother had hired a monkey act with live monkey's and everything was built around her being able to get a Curious George Cake.  I felt bad and with my dear sweet sister-in-laws help, we got it done in time.  My SIL made all the banana's and the basket to put them in.  She didn't even know she could do anything like this.  Didn't she do a fantastic job.  I have more fruits and vegetables she made later when she was bored.  I will post them soon.  I only wish I could be bored to this level of creativity.  She's found a new niche.  THANK YOU GAIL!!!
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By StandingForJesus
Jul 25, 2006
Nothing special...a last minute order. She said to do anything for aquaman. I did not even know who aquaman was until I did a google search.
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By traci
Jul 26, 2006
Here is the cake I did for my son a couple of weeks ago.
By lrstone98
Aug 2, 2006
This was made for an event for National Scrapbooking Day in May.  It was made from the double-mix book pan and covered in mmf with mmf details.  All writing was done with Wilton edible markers.

Everyone at the even loved this cake; one woman even teared up!
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By krstik
Aug 4, 2006
The book, cap, and diploma are made of MMF. The book cover is fondant and pages are vanilla buttercream. The "cake" is 2 layers of peanut butter cookie with a peanut butter filling in between. I should've used a lighter background for the picture - it's really hard to see the MMF hat!
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By Edibleart
Aug 6, 2006
Baby shower cake using an idea I saw in Wilton's 2006 year book.  The baby was a boy so I wanted to avoid using pink.  A bit too monotone for me, in the end though.  Also, I tried carving the book shape...could have used a bit more curve.
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By cakesbyjackie
Aug 8, 2006
This is a 1/2 sheet cake covered in fondant and decorated with butter cream and fondant accents.
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By 3-DCakes
Aug 9, 2006
This was a Cake I made for my Pastors 55th Birthday. I had wanted to do more with it...and make it look like a bible,  but was in a it got what it got LOL.
I used my 1/2 sheet cake pan, and baked 2 of them and placed them side by side, then baked a Cake in my Cross pan... and placed on top of the one on the Left.
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By Cakesbykaye
Aug 12, 2006
This is the final cake I made. This one is banana cake with buttercream icing.
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By gilson6
Aug 13, 2006
My son is a huge HP fan, I had to come up with something cool.  I came up with the book my dh came up with the spell book idea... it was a hit... I'm stilling working on the BC transfer process but it is coming together and I'm learning... Like I said it was a huge hit.
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By kristingeorge
Aug 13, 2006
My daughter's preschool graduation cake. The graduation had a nursery rhyme theme and I was asked to make an appropriate cake. I did the charachters freehand as I didn't know about BC transfers at the time.
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By kidscakelady
Aug 14, 2006
I've been designing cakes for 2 years now and finally found only yesterday!  This is a different cake that I'm very proud of - I made it for my "niece".  The books are individual cakes, covered in fondant.  I made the vine leaves out of gumpaste and the other decorations are chocolate.  It was modelled after the invitation.
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By SweetSue1
Aug 15, 2006
9X13 and 9 1/2X6 1/2 covered with MMF and dusted with Antique Silk.  This was done for a 9 yr. old birthday. His two favorite subjects are reading and math so I added the titles on the binding.  First time doing the stack books and learned alot for the next time.
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By stephanie214
May 13, 2006
This is a favorite cake for christenings and first communions. Made using Wilton book pan and roses for cross. For a first communion I usually add a string of rosary beads around the name.
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By kidscakelady
Aug 19, 2006
A cake I made for my twin cousin's 5th birthday party!
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By somethingmoore
Aug 19, 2006
Someone requested a book for a baby shower.  I made a sheet cake and cut it in half and stacked it to get the shape.  I then iced the top pink and the the pages white.  I added stars to the side and the rainbow to the top.  I did learn from this cake not to use your cake icer tip to make the ribbed pages, ice it smooth and use the comb.  It was a hot day and by the time I got to the baby shower the page side had peeled off.  You live you learn.
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By april929
Aug 22, 2006
White sour cream cake for the bottom cake iced in buttercream, and the bible is a spice cake iced in buttercream with fondant decorations.  Pages painted with gold lustre dust.
This was ordered by a man who was attending a party for a boy who was leaving on a mission for his church.

Thanks for looking!
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By gibson
Aug 25, 2006
A co-worker is leaving to pursue writing full time.  I made this cake to (hopefully) capture the style in which she writes.  It is Italian Cream Cake with coconut buttercream covered by MMF.  Figures are MMF.  Only my second time making people - thank goodness for Debbie Brown's book!
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By sarduengo
Aug 26, 2006
Choc. 11x15 with diamond impression on sides.  Small book pan french vanilla.  Stain glass piping gel on one side, bible verse on orther side and MMF book mark.  The small doves in each corner are non-edible
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Aug 27, 2006
1/2 vanilla cake and 1/2 chocolate cake. Sculpted from 2 9x13 pans. Scrolled cross idea came from Junescakes. Cross and ribbon made from MMF.
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By Edibleart
Aug 28, 2006
This was the cake I made for my son's graduation. Layers of chocolate, yellow and strawberry cake are all covered in buttercream.
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By kneadacookie
Aug 29, 2006
My daughter wanted Barney for her 2nd. bday and I didn't want a Barney cake pan.  I saw this cake in a book and thought it was really cute!   She loved it!
Cake is vanilla with vanilla frosting. Barney is fondant with gumpaste.
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By lpino
Aug 29, 2006
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By sugarnut
Aug 30, 2006
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By sugarnut
Sep 3, 2006
This cake was made for 2 girls in a Jazzercise class who were leaving home for their freshman year in college.  The cake is made in the double mix book pan and covered in fondant with a fondant rose, buttercream details, and "before I went to college" written in edible markers.
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By krstik
Sep 6, 2006
I made this for my Mother-In-Law's 65th birthday. On one side of the page, there is a picture of her and on the other, birthday messages from immediate family members.
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By ourboomer
Sep 8, 2006
This cake was a request only 2 days ago for a work collegues mother who turns 60 tomorrow.  She didnt want anything to do with 60 in the cake.  She asked that it be half and half cake - baileys choc mud and butter cake, so baked it in 2 tins and put it together.  When covered in fondant I could see the strip so I decided to make it into a book and use the organza ribbon as the divider.  The flowers are made of gumpaste and they are Australian natives - Proteas - her favourite.  I sure hope she enjoys this o
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By mrssambo
Sep 8, 2006
I made this for our friend who just learned he passed his comprehensive exams.  He is one step away from earning his PhD in literature now.  The cover is modeling chocolate and the letters along the side spell out our friend's last name.  I titled the book "A Big Day" because it was a big day! But also because of the dual meaning with A.B.D. ("all but dissertation" status towards PhD).
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By aehum
Sep 8, 2006
Got many of these ideas from CC. George and the yellow hat are rice krispies covered in mmf.
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By Liana
Sep 15, 2006
Used the book pan to for this Communion cake.
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By ourboomer
Sep 16, 2006
My 12 year old son entered this cake in this years L.A. County Fair and won a blue ribbon!
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By DiscoLady
Sep 20, 2006
The magical world of fairy tales comes to life in this enchanted storybook, open to a map of "Fairy Tale Land" which shows the way to the Beast's Castle (complete with Mrs. Potts, Chip, and Lumiere), Prince Charming's Castle (with a pumpkin and mouse ready to serve), the Enchanted Forest (where the shoemaker, grandma, and Jack the live in the "Pig Brothers Estate Homes" neighborhood), Magic Lake (home of the Frog Prince and Swan Princess), and the Bear Cave (where the porridge is waiting to be eaten).
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By bonniebakes
Sep 20, 2006
Large book is apple cake and sheet cake and small book are carrot cake. All are frosted with cream cheese frosting. Tassle and grad hat fondant. Diploma is rice paper with edible ink.
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By ducky3157
Sep 23, 2006
This was a cake for a 2 year sobriety birthday.  I used yellow cake with the buttercream recipe that you cook - YUM!  I modeled it after the AA Big Book with MMF and added a 2-year AA chip and a chip with the serenity prayer on it by pasting images (printed from online websites for AA) with glue stick onto the foil wrapper of chocolate coins.  Decorated with decorator icing in a Ziploc bag with a hole in it.  Works great for lettering!  This was my first order as a professional going into business.
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By Jarnli
Sep 26, 2006
Three birthdays in one, so had to be creative.  Computer keyboard is fondant, along with truck wheels, remote, and book cover
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By sugarnut
Sep 27, 2006
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By sugarnut
Sep 27, 2006
first book i have done i think it looks ok will be better next time
By mamatank
Sep 30, 2006
Not at all what I wanted, but had less than 2 hours...carrot cake combo birthday cake for 39 yo (hence the brew 101) and grandpa's 91st (who does nothing but read books and watch golf).  The round thing on the top was actually dimpled looked like a golf ball.  Although not thrilled with the cake, the picture is much worse than real life.  Thanks for looking!  Learned a lot on this one; not sure when I'll try it again.  Comments/suggestions would be most appreciated.
By FunCakesVT
Sep 30, 2006
Another view.
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By sjlarby
Oct 2, 2006


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