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Buttercream.  Air Force symbol and Captain's bars are chocolate transfers.  Not too happy with the writing, nut I never am!  :)
By jamielittle
Feb 18, 2009
40th Birthday Cake for a Trekkie! Fondant covered sponge and chocolate cake with figures from modelling paste.
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By AlixsCakes
Mar 30, 2009
Chocolate cake covered in fondant. My first time carving a cake! The ship looks like it's tilting a little if you look at it directly from the front, but I guess we can blame the high seas for that?! I molded the captain to look like the birthday boy.
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By Nazlin
Feb 11, 2009
This was done for a womans birthday that is addicted to this game.
By FancyLayne23
Nov 22, 2006
Made this for my sons 7th birthday. Wasc filled with lemon. Covered and accented with mmf. Thanks lynnmar for your help!
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By ryansmom319
Mar 21, 2009
NFSC with Royal and Color Flow details.  These cookies were last minute as my son went through a gad-zillion characters.  He acts like I can I can't!!!  they look funny... hehe, Not as I would have liked them to be, but it is what was done. :)  I am putting all my pics in so I can hopefully see an improvement as I go on....
thanks for looking.....
By ValMommytoDanny
Jan 28, 2007
Pirates of the Caribbean Cake for Friends Birthday!  She is a big fan!
My wife and I are going to surprise her with her own Black Pearl Cake.
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By NCdadof5
Jul 9, 2006
This was the first paid cake and many things seemed like they didn't want to go right for me while assembling it.  Even my DH noticed and stayed clear of me!  

This was a request for a Captain America cake (the nickname for the birthday person).  It was chocolate cake (Wacky Cocoa cake recipe) with raspberry filling and extra special buttercream to decorate.  Did a FBCT for the shield and the R is suppose to represent the guy's real name, Ruben.  I hope they liked it.
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By aupekkle
Nov 20, 2006
I made this one to go with tinkerbell.  A brother and sister birthday.  I really enjoyed making these ones.  I put a treasure map on the side of the cake...that's what the squiggly lines are that are creaping onto the top of the cake.  I lost the hook in the transfer and had to do some repairing, but I think it turned out ok.
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By delaware
Feb 10, 2007
Spiced Rum cake made with none other than Captain Morgan's. This was for husband's birthday. I was limited on time and took the easy way out with the lable...printed it off the internet and put it on a piece of fondant then attached it to the cake.
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By Schmoop
May 5, 2007
This is my first sculpted cake, which I made for my nephew's twenty-first birthday.  I had to replicate the shape of a Captain Morgan Private Stock rum bottle.  The cylinder in front of the cake represents a Captain and Coke, a favorite drink amongst the younger crowd.  It is a cylinder of cake, filled with icing, and wrapped in parchment paper.  I had some trouble with the icing getting soft around the bottom of the cake, because of the warmth of the restaurant, but at least it stayed on.  I presented it on a cocktail server's tray.  The Captain on the left is a laminated replica printed from the company's web page.
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By playingwithsugar
Nov 4, 2006
This gorgeous edible image was created for me by CC member AlamoSweets!  Isn't it cool!! :-)
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By MaryAtk
Jan 23, 2007
I took the 3D Spiderman to a whole new dimension.  This was my first attempt at a 3D pirate.  I must admitt, I had no idea that the licorice dreadlocks would look as good as they did.  The styrophoam head is covered with fondant, all the facial features are completely edible, and the facial hair / chest hair was made with tinted coconut shreds.  This cake was fun to make and was a major learning experience for me!
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By mom2rascals
May 27, 2007
The island themed wedding, reception on a boat, the groom is a licensed captain.  The cake is chocolate made with cocoanut milk instead of water.
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By cherran
Jun 12, 2007
Pirates of the Carribean birthday cake.  Whipped cream icing with fondant Captain Jack and treasure chest.  I think the cake needs a little more, maybe a palm tree or something, but I was too tired after making the pirate and chest to add anything else!
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By cakesksa
Feb 7, 2007
This was my son's birthday cake. He likes the Captain Underpants books, so I went to their website, looked through the available printouts and found this one. He got a kick that it says "happy underwear day" instead of “happy birthday". It’s an 11x15 cake topped with a full frozen buttercream transfer. Thanks to Cake Central for the tutorial on FBCT!
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By Eren
Sep 9, 2006
This is an all fondant cake. It was created for two boys that were sharing their birthday. The theme was "Captain America." The stars around the base hold one small candle each. I also created a wire topper but it is not displayed here.
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By aminton
Jul 18, 2007
This was a cake my husband designed for a Peter Pan themed party.  It is his baby....all I did was bake and make fondant.  Both of the figurines are out of MMF, and the ship is fondant, airbrushed with royal icing and gumpaste details.  Thanks!
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By ellepal
Jul 30, 2007
Airbushed with buttercream accents
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By gmcakes
Aug 3, 2007
6" cake for my nephew's 4th birthday.  Hook, the croc, and the boat were all CT's.  Chocolate cake with cookies and cream filling.
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By ckkerber
Aug 31, 2007
My son wanted a superhero cake with his favorite superheroes on the cake.  So I tried chocolate writing.  First time ever attempted chocolate writing.  A lot more work went into drawing each superhero faces.
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By Sihanikhom
Sep 7, 2007
This is for my Niece's 9th birthday.  She wanted Captain Jack on her cake but still wanted it to look girly.  8inch mudcake with chocolate buttercream and chocolate fondant colored black.  Double hearts were purchase but everthing else is hand done. I am pretty sure that the idea came from this site somewhere, But I cant for the life of me find it again, so thanks anyway.
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Oct 5, 2007
Child wanted a pirates of the caribean cake.  I had already made them one with a pirate ship and island the year before.  So I made it a pool party with pirate walking the diving board.
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Oct 23, 2007
9x13in 2 layer - 1 layer vanilla/1 layer chocolate fudge cake. Filled and decorated with vanilla buttercream. Chocolate transfer and fondant lettering.
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By MikeRowesHunny
May 11, 2007
Captain Underpants traced by hand on wafer paper. Half Chocolate and Half White Cake put together and covered in buttercream. Airbrushed highlights.
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By nikisbakin
Nov 26, 2007
I made this for my daughter's second bday.  She loves Tinkerbell (obviously).
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By melthebusybee
Dec 14, 2007
I made this for a friend of mine who loves Captain Jack.  I got the idea from another cc decorator (hers definately turned out way better!).  She loved the cake although I was not happy with the face (I always have trouble with faces).  The head is a wig head covered in fondant and the hair is black licorace (best invention ever).
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By lseely1979
Jan 6, 2008
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By katwm999
Feb 24, 2008
This is a FBCT..on a 8 inch round...thanks, Nicole
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By nicoles-a-tryin
Apr 23, 2008
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By Wjk
Apr 24, 2008
This was so fun to make... marble cake with raspberries filling with buttercream, fondant and chocoloate gold coins.
By terrier
May 3, 2008
This is the back of my fairy cake. The mother wanted something the boys would enjoy so I added Capt Hook and Peter Pan to the back of the cake. The humidity caused me so much trouble with my chocolate transfers
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By stephaniescakenj
Sep 2, 2008
Cake for my nephew.  12 inch white w/ lemon, and 9 inch Banana w/ Vanilla.  Chocolate cupcakes with Mock Whipped Cream frosting.  Frosting on cake is BC.  Captain Underpants and Villains are Chocolate Transfrers.  My very first ones.  The name on the cake is MMF, with white chocolate made to look like buildings.  Had alot of fun with this one.
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By Melody25
Oct 22, 2008
This is a double layer sheet cake with chocolate transfers.  Made it for a co-worker's 8 yr old son.
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By pamthom
Nov 1, 2008
Grandson has requested Captain Undies on his Christmas cake this year so I was practising a run-out tonight. What suggestions for making it more festive? Santa hat? Xmas tree in hand? suggestions welcome. Thanks for looking
By gales
Nov 1, 2008
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By pastryprincess727
Dec 15, 2008
my niece loves Captain Underpants. so I tried to make the cake look like a boook cover. I am not too happy wit the result of my FBCT, it isn't smooth enough...and for some reason I mixed and mixed and mixed, but the orange wouldn't get brighter...oh well, hope her mom likes it, party is today!
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By yaadie
Jan 24, 2009
My neice's friends nickname is Captain Crunch don't ask me why so for her 20th birthday she asked me to make a captain Crunch cake for her.  I was pretty proud how it turned out.  The hat is rice krispies cake ha ha.
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By sweetbabycake
Jan 26, 2009
I made this cake for my neice and nephew's birthdays. We had a huge party and they were Peter Pan and Tinkerbell.  This cake was a lot of fun to make and everyone loved it.
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By Piddles2003
Jan 27, 2009
this was my 2nd attempt at a "fancy" cake for my son. i adapted the pirate ship boat from Women' Weekly cake book to the SS feathersword. i used butter icing and piped chocolate. I stencilled the anchor etc with melted chocolate and allowed to set. Unfortunately it was a really hot day (38*c) and the whole thing started giving way to the gravity. I would probably use a more solid frosting if i ever did it again.
By megzee
Apr 1, 2009


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