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Whew!!! This one is carrot cake with pecan cream filling, crusting cream cheese icing and fondant accents!!! The shower is tomorrow and don't know if it's a boy or girl!
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By isacrowe
Jan 20, 2006
Cake for a joint baby shower at DH's police station.  Lemon cake with raspberry mousse filling.  BC icing with MMF decorations.  I think I'll let gravity do it's thing before I ice the layers next time to maybe help with the buldge.  I'd love to hear any suggestions.
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By sk8gr8md
Feb 27, 2006
This is a tiered cake with baby clothes on the "line" and twins on top. Flower "buttons" adorn the top and bottom of the cake as a border, separated by bows. The entire cakes is edible; made of fondant.
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By jacqui69
Mar 8, 2006
I made this for a girlfriend's shower.  My first time making & using MMF, great fun!  From the Wilton 2006 yearbook.  Also my first time using Baker's Butter Cream, a recipe I got from CC!  EVERYTHING was eaten!
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By wyatt
Mar 14, 2006
This is a carrot cake with pecan cream filling, buttercream icing and fondant/sugar paste accents.  Baby made of sugar paste
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By isacrowe
Mar 17, 2006
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By ahlyssa
Mar 30, 2006
From the Wilton book.  12" and 8" chocolate cake with dulce de leche, iced in buttercream.  Fondant babies, gumpaste shoes.
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By beachcakes
Apr 7, 2006
10" B/C icing with fondant babies, bears & buttons.  First time making babies, bears or buttons for that matter.  Was a lot of fun.  Pleasantly surprised at how it turned out.
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By bjfranco
Apr 26, 2006
This cake was an idea I borrowed from another on this site.  It's all fondant with luster dust on the needle and the patch.  Fairly simple cake.
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By sillyrabbit
May 4, 2006
This is my first stacked cake, first MMF covered cake, first MMF cutouts! I got the idea from several cakes here in the gallery.
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By janetwhitson
May 4, 2006
6" & 8" rounds frosted in buttercream with MMF baby clothes and buttons. First time making baby shoes which are painted with pearl luster dust. Fabric ribbon for shoe laces. (Thanks to cali4dawn's bootie tutorial.)
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By KimAZ
May 7, 2006
I made this cake for my best friends baby shower.  It was the first time I had ever used fondant for anything other than covering the cake.  I think it went pretty well.  It was white cake with a cream filling.  The wording says "Buttons and lace, ribbions and bows...May she be filled with grace from her head to her toes..."
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By jenib_99
May 8, 2006
Close up of baby...first time I ever made one.  Thought it turned out alright.
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By jenib_99
May 8, 2006
I loved this cake. It was a simple round 2 layer cake with buttercream base and fondant top.  all decorations were done in fondant, with luster dust on the needle.  My sister and I oops'd on the bottom and created a "patch" for it. Nobody knew and everyone loved it. Took it from another cake idea on the site.
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By abbystepmum
May 10, 2006
Well, just about everything that could go wrong, went wrong with this one.  It was supposed to be 4 tiers, but my oven broke and I didn't get to make the bottom tier (was going to be 12").  Good thing it was mostly just for practice and to play with my new impression mat and button molds from NewCake.  So, this is a 10, 8, and 6", covered with MMF.  The pearls and buttons are both MMF painted with super pearl luster dust.  Roses are MMF too.
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By kelleym
May 13, 2006
Inspired by many other versions here at CC. Fondant clothes, buttons, blanket, bear, rattle, clothespins & letters. Booties are marshmallows covered with buttercream.
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By KimAZ
May 20, 2006
White cake cut to the shape of a baby onesie.
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By alicia_froedge
Jun 8, 2006
This is my thrid time doing this type of clothesline cake. I'm trying to vary the borders and clothes a tiny bit each time just so it's not exactly the same. 6" & 8" rounds frosted in buttercream.  Fondant buttons, clothes and baby shoes.
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By KimAZ
Jun 8, 2006
full sheet she loved buttons as you can see!
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By dawnbakescakes
Jun 23, 2006
This cake was entirely designed based on the bride's dress...which was a secret from her groom. Copied the scrolls on the bodice of her dress, with silver dragees and edible pearl buttons. 

I had hoped for red roses as the topper for a more classic look, but got lillies that were larger than my head. Oh well...you just gotta laugh!
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By antonia74
Jun 25, 2006
I volunteered to make the cake for a baby shower we're having at work, and I'm proud of how it turned out.  This was my first attempt at a frozen buttercream transfer, and it went well except for a few spots where I smooshed it too hard and smeared the lines.  The buttons are made from candy clay.  I had fun making those!  My inspiration for using buttons came from several people who've done buttons on their cakes, I can't remember who but THANK YOU!!!  Giraffe and zebra were drawn by me :)
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By fuzzykoala22
Jul 8, 2006
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By ailyn222
Jul 29, 2006
Client provided invitation, so used those colors, but otherwise was left to create freely, they only requested chocolate cake with white frosting.  Triple chocolate cake with ganache filling, BC icing, fondant accents, molded chocolate baby bottles and teddy bears.  Fun to make for a first baby shower cake! (Only 3rd paid order, am loving this!!!)  Thanks for looking!
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By FunCakesVT
Aug 5, 2006
Just made 2 cookies to thank a bride and groom. Their cupcakes had gumpaste buttons as the decoration, which were the theme of the wedding. (She worked in a button factory! how adorable)
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By antonia74
Aug 7, 2006
This cake was created for a thirteen year-old’s birthday. She wants to be a fashion designer.  It is a 10” chocolate layered cake. BC frosting with Pettinice buttons, dress cutouts, fabric and needle/thread accents. Your critique/constructive criticism would be greatly appreciated.
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By tiptop57
Aug 18, 2006
I made this for my mom's surprise 60th birthday party.  She loves to sew and quilt, so I used that as a theme and incorporated her favorite colors.  I used 6" (white cake) and 10" (choc) layers, all iced in very vanilla buttercream with fondant accents (buttons and strips of ric-rac, ribbon, fabric).  The spool is made from stacked shortbread cookies, iced with a tad of buttercream, covered with a sheet of green fondant and then wrapped with individual "threads." Used a round cutter for top and bottom.
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By MooieKatooie
Sep 6, 2006
I did this for a co-worker's baby shower.  White almond sour cream cake with buttercream.  Fondant booties (first time trying this) and accents.  Thanks for looking!
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By hspree
Sep 19, 2006
6 inch butter cake. All credit to BIKEGAL who gave me permission to copy a design of hers that I have admired for many many months. So kind to give me instructions for the buttons and detail. All covered and accessories in fondant. Made for another teacher at school who is always sewing the costumes for plays and dance performances. Its her birthday. I am real happy with how it turned out. Thanks again BIKEGAL
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By dky
Sep 21, 2006
Cake made for a wedding today...Red Velvet cake w/Bailey's buttercream filling.  Handmade gumpaste Callas and piped dots, painted with a mix of pearl and silver dust.
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By Godiva
Sep 23, 2006
The mother to be called her "lump" the "Button", hence the theme. Made all kinds of button tops and hand painted them.

Yellow cake, lemon BC and raspberry.

All decorations are 50/50 gumpaste fondant.
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By IHATEFONDANT
Sep 29, 2006
6" & 8" rounds. Clothes, buttons, butterflies and sandals are made with fondant. First time making sandals. Freehand cut pattern for them.
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By KimAZ
Sep 29, 2006
BUTTERCREAM ICING ON CAKES, CUT OUT CLOTHES USING CUTTERS AND FONDANT AND ADDED SOME OF MY TRICKS TO THE CLOTHES, BUTTONS, ROLL UP A SMALL BALL FONDANT AND PUSH END OF DOWEL ROD, USE A TOOTHPICK TO MAKE BUTTON HOLES.  RIBBON STORE BOUGHT.
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By ONEWAY
Oct 1, 2006
USED FONDANT TO COVER CAKE, CUT OUT CLOTHES WITH CUTTERS AND SOME OF MY OWN IDEAS, RIBBON AND CLOTHES LINE STORE BOUGHT, AS A TOPPER PLASTIC BABY WITH KLEENEX DIAPER, FONDANT BIB AND PLASTIC CLOTHES PINS. BUTTONS, ROLL FONDANT INTO BALL, USE END OF D.ROD PUSH DOWN AND USE TOOTHPICK TO MAKE BUTTON HOLES.
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By ONEWAY
Oct 1, 2006
Fondant covered tiers, with GP bow and royal icing buttons.  The buttons and the bow were painted with pearl dust mixed with vodka.
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By maplecakes
Oct 5, 2006
Fondant buttons....this cake was done before I knew about the VIVA trick and wrapping your cake boards.
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By saj_stuff
Oct 12, 2006
Cute as a button, was the theme for the baby shower.  12" and 8" white cake iced in buttercream.  Fondant buttons and clotheline, and "Jack" done in gumpaste.
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By cakesbyallison
Oct 14, 2006
Carrot cake and chocolate cake with sugarpaste. Made this cake for a friend's baby shower. The rattles were on the invitation and the colours are her nursery colours. Used my sugargun to make the ribbons, what a pleasure! Saw the buttons idea on this site.
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By Bayamoy
Oct 15, 2006
This was a 1 yo birthday cake I did last weekend.  I just fell in love with it.  Inspiration came from somebody here on CC.  Thanks!!!  The bathtub is fondant, the ducky is from Target, the ducks and buttons are MMF.  TFL!!
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By cakeatty
Nov 3, 2006
The cross that almost didn't happen.  I had to remake it twice after incident's with my 2 year old and a stray cat!!!  All fondant decs. 8 inch and 4 inch rounds.
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By sarahnichole975
Nov 20, 2006
I admit this was her b-day cake, but it seems to fit the theme.
There's a story about the buttons - mom is a master seamstress and when I was a kid she could not stand to let me wear anything 'store bought' without at least changing the buttons.  That's been a life theme for us - if nothing else works, at least try changing the buttons!
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By Newbie
Apr 30, 2005

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