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My son is going to his first birthday party sleepover, so I made him these cookies to take along. I should have used a smaller tip for the eyes. They look a little buggy, like aliens.
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By Lori11941
Jul 16, 2005
12" Round.  All BC, but trees.  I should have used MMF for slleping bags and people, but not enough time.
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By bulldog
Sep 13, 2005
This was my 2nd attempt at the camping cake.  I added the snakes to this one, and was more pleased, but still did not use the MMF.
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By bulldog
Sep 13, 2005
All BC except for fondant boy and tent.  Icecream cone pine trees.  Notice my other camping pics.  This one is so much better because of everything I have learned on CC in the last month.  Thanks for all the great ideas!
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By bulldog
Oct 13, 2005
I made this cake in less than an hour (after baking).  I was asked at the last minute to make a cake for a man that likes the mountains, fishing and camping.  This is what I came up with from what I could find in the home.
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By CakesUnleashed
Oct 30, 2005
I stayed up until 1 am working on this one with my husband.  It did not turn out as nice as I had wanted, but I think it was still somewhat cute.  The guy to whom it was designated loved it, and we have about 3 orders out of it, but was one of those "learning experience" cakes.  :)
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By ellepal
Nov 4, 2005
Chocolate 2-layer oval cake with whipped chocolate buttercream.  I used the rolled buttercream icing recipe  I got from this site for the figures and it DOES taste like candy corn..YUM.  Sugar cone trees and royal icing.
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By dsoutherngirl
Nov 11, 2005
My version from the Wilton 2005 yearbook. This is a 1/4 sheet cut to shape. Camping scene with tent, sleeping bag & pillow, campfire, boy, trees (bird on top and nest in one tree), dock and swimmers.  
Piping gel water, graham cracker tent, sugar cone trees, pretzel firepit.
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By KimAZ
Jan 28, 2006
This is my version of a similar cake I found on the web. It won me a blue ribbon at the fair last year.
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By DiscoLady
Jan 28, 2006
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By StandingForJesus
Feb 28, 2006
Made for a 13yo who loved the outdoors. The tent and treetrunk is cake covered in sugarpaste, the main cake is the "hill" Saw the idea for the treetrunk in Debbie Brown's book.
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By Bayamoy
Mar 9, 2006
This is a chocolate cake w/ chocolate buttercream per my dad's request.  I did this cake for his 60th birthday.  Our family enjoys camping and I thought this was perfect.  While we were out to dinner my brother's dog decided she wanted cake and ate about 1/3 of the cake!  What a mess, thankfully I took a photo before.
By Lelo
Mar 11, 2006
This is a close up of the figures and the fire
By Lelo
Mar 11, 2006
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By augustlm
Mar 12, 2006
This was for a rehearsal dinner.  The couple enjoyed camping, so there you go.  I shaped the boots, logs, and fishing poles out of tootsie rolls.  I snipped a starburst candy with scissors, and painted on red gel color for the fire.  Could've been better had I not been in a rush!
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By mollye
Mar 12, 2006
I made this just a few days ago, for my son's 8 yr birthday & my step-son's 9 yr birthday.  I decided to combine their birthdays this year, and prevent the wasting of cake.  The loved this cake.  My son said, he noticed something new everytime, he looked at it.  This cake took me 8 hours from start to finish, and was a challenge.  Thought it would be easy, but it was difficult. I didn't think it was gonna turn out as beautiful as it did.  I cried when I cut it because it took me so long to decorate.
By aleesia76
Mar 15, 2006
This pic shows a little more detail.  It shows the sun in the back right hand corner.
By aleesia76
Mar 15, 2006
I decided to do make this cake because every year, my husband and I, and my father-in-law, take our two boys up to a river in Norther Michigan camping.  So, I recreated our campsite on the cake, along with my father-in-laws red boat and all the fish we catch.  I made the 5 of us into Teddy Bears, and put one of the boys next to the campfire, roasting marshmallows.  The other boy, I stuck back by the tent, as that they love to run in and out of the tents.
By aleesia76
Mar 15, 2006
This is a bridal shower cake I did for a couple that were crazy about camping.  I used pretzel sticks for the fire wood, split wafer cookies for the tent and upside down waffle cones for the trees, everything else is buttercream and piping gel.
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By MomOfAutumn
Apr 19, 2006
Inspired by cakes I have seen on this website. This cubscout cake has sugar cone trees, MMF scouts, piping gel river.
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By shenninger
May 31, 2006
My girlfriend loves camping and especially loves S'mores so for her birthday i cmae up with this cake.  I toaste some marshmallows(2-3 at a time) and broke off the sticks to all be about the smae height.This is a chocolate cake, buttercream icing with crushed graham crackers pressed on the sides and chocolate shavings on the top.  The toasted marshmallows are held onto the sides with a bandana.  The "fire" is just layered cardstock(i didnt have time to brainsotrm an edible fire but i will next time!)
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By cakesbykellie
Jun 10, 2006
This was for all of the fathers in my family.  Since they all like to camp, I thought I would do this for the theme on the cake.  For the trees I used ice cream cones and bc frosting.  This is my first contest entry!
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By mimiguk
Jun 17, 2006
This I made for my kids preschool. It celebrated it's 40th birthday yesterday and I also had to incorporate the teacher who is leaving for retirement after 27 (!) years. She a real ourdoorsy person!
It's as always all fondant - the little person on the front is the schools logo!
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By bmote1
Jun 18, 2006
I made this cake for a birthday party tomorrow. It is all buttercream except for the rocks, logs, tent and men.
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By talycemana
Jul 13, 2006
Thanks to Swoboda & KGunn for your trailer-themed cakes. They were very inspirational in creating my version!

I used 2 loaf pans of pound cake to make the trailer, covered in white chocolate fondant (purchased) and detailed with my trusty Americolor pens. Used the chocolate wafers of 2 Oreo cookies to make the wheels....and I ate the icing filling for energy! haha

Bottom cake is 12" x 18" Carrot Cake filled with Maple-Pecan Buttercream. Path stones are fondant & campfire is a Cadbury Flake choc bar.
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By antonia74
Jul 23, 2006
Used sugar cones to pipe trees and edible rock shaped candies. Also used pretzels for the bench and camp fire. Piped red, orange and yellow buttercream for the fire.
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By edibleartwork
Jul 23, 2006
This is a quirky Retirement Cake for a gentleman that has chosen fishing to pass the time of day!  It is a 1/2 sheet cake decorated in butter cream and fondant accents!  Notice the "No Fishing" sign?  Uh oh!  He better watch it!  LOL
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By 3-DCakes
Aug 9, 2006
This was done for a bridal shower that was going to take place in the Adirondacks in upstate New York. Everything on the cake was edible with the exception of the yellow forcithia flowers (the bride to be's flowers for her wedding) The mountains and the canoe were made from fondant that I painted with chocolate and the rocks were edible candy.The boat carried a miniature wedding dress and rings.
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By kidscakelady
Aug 11, 2006
Fondant decorations on removable base.
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By mary-ann
Aug 15, 2006
Yellow cake with buttercream icing. MMF figures.
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By cakedeco
Aug 16, 2006
This cake was made to celebrate 3 birthdays and it was based on a camping trip at the beach that the families do every year.  They camp at the beach and play volleyball and "Do the dune" which is hiking up a huge sand dune.
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By marniek
Aug 27, 2006
This cake was for a co-worker.  Her family was visiting so they celebated all the birthdays.  They're building a ranch hence the "Wolf Run" wolf in front of the trees.  This was a half chocolate and half yellow cake with buttercream.  The trees were ice cream cones and royal frosting.  The campers and the fire were MMF.  The rocks were also MMf.  It was fun and she really liked it.
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By fabbo
Sep 4, 2006
Chocolate sheetcake for a camping themed birthday, all SC icing, pretzels for sticks.  then tent was grahm crackers covered in royal, sugarcones for trees.  Everything edible except the plastic deer.  This was a fun cake to complete and easy for kids.  My son recreated this cake once for a scout bake sale. (of course we added sweedish fish to his!)
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By rosiecakes
Sep 15, 2006
Butter cake w/french vanilla filling and icing with MMF accents.  Ice cream cone and royal icing trees.  Chocolate rocks.  MMF camp fire.  Icing stream with chocolate rocks.  Royal icing grass.  Purchased plastic animals.  Thanks for looking!  Thanks to Boween for inspiration on this cake!!
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By newtocakes
Sep 30, 2006
This is a hunting themed birthday cake that I made.  The sides of the cake are mmf.  I marbled it together to make it look like camo.  The tent was actually something I made with cardboard and dowel rods and then covered with the same fondant.  The deer and leaves are also made of fondant and the trees are florist wire covered with brown florist tape.  It sure was alot of fun making this cake and everyone really enjoyed it.
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By sdaij5
Oct 16, 2006
made quickly for my father-in-laws birthday dinner, it was a last minute request
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By prairiesweets
Oct 21, 2006
White cake with "camo dark-green" BC icing. Autumn campsite with tent and firepit has black bear beside tree with fallen leaves aproaching tent with boots outside.  This was a birthday surprise for a hunter!
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By cake2decorate
Oct 22, 2006
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Oct 29, 2006
Theme of the party was camo and camping.
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By traci
Oct 29, 2006
This is for 2 twin brothers who adore fishing and camping. I used broken pieces of Cadbury Flake chocolate bar for the fire's "logs", jelly beans for the campfire "rocks", raw brown sugar for the campfire "sand" and plastic fish/trees/pop cans. The "tent" cake is about 7" tall and 12" long in fondant.
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By antonia74
Dec 2, 2006


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