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This cake was made for a Vegas Night event held at my church. The design was done using a buttercream transfer.
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By Michele25
May 21, 2005
12x18 double layer chocolate cake w/rum buttercream candy chocolate cards and mmf chips color mist
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By blessBeckysbaking
Sep 18, 2005
Poker cake for a friend. Cards and chips are made from chocolate candy melts. Thanks for looking!
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By faded_dress
Oct 25, 2005
Not my best work, but it was still a hit!  
Two cakes were 12x18 and one 9x13 to sit on top.
The four suits on the bottom half were imprinted from cookie cutters, frosted with their respective color, and then topped with colored sugar, while the cookie cutter was still on the cake.  I would recommend outlining the shapes with a Tip 2 or 3.  
I admit I cheated with the other accessories as they are all non-edible, but many items could be created with chocolate and/or fondant.
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By KimberlyKakes
Oct 26, 2005
It's an 8" square and an 8" round cut in half to make an oval, buttercream with fondant rail, fondant cards, and candy chips.
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By rbbarker
Nov 13, 2005
This one was for my brothers b-day. I realize to late that I had the first Ace backwards from the rest of the pack! The small suits are color flow, their also around the sides of the cake.
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By cakesbgood
Nov 18, 2005
I made this for my "middle" sons 18th birthday, he LOVES to play cards, the Ace of spades is his favorite for some reason! It's similar to one I did for my brothers birthday, the small suits around the sides are color  flow.
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By cakesbgood
Nov 18, 2005
This was a vanilla creme cake with strawberry buttercream icing, made for a friend who was turning 40 (who loves to play cards).
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By bonniebakes
Jan 13, 2006
I drew everything on by hand and then filled it in with butter Cream Icing. It took some time.
By ceggie81454
Jan 19, 2006
this was my attempt at a birthday cake for my husband....I forgot to take a picture while it was still intact : )
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By twoprincesses
Feb 6, 2006
A client asked me for a cookie that was related to gambling, so here it is. I assume she is having a Casino stag and doe?

Anyway, I cut these 2" x 3" (by hand, why can't I find any good rectangle cutter sets??), piped in white with a border to get the edges very pointed, her colours we used are burnt orange and chocolate brown.

Used the #261 tip for names, as the cookies are so small!
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By antonia74
Feb 17, 2006
French Vanilla w/ BC icing.
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By bethanne73
Feb 26, 2006
These card suits were part of a "casino" collection that included card suits, dice and cards.  They were made as a "Have fun in Vegas" gift.
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By bonniebakes
Mar 1, 2006
Also part of the casino cookie collection sent to a family as a "have fun in Vegas" gift.  I used the no-fail cookie recipe and Anotnia74 (Helen)'s royal icing recipe.  Thanks Antonia74!
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By bonniebakes
Mar 1, 2006
A Vanilla cake, buttercream icing, royal icing for the candy suits. Slightly different from my other one, I arranged the top suits in the corners at an angle on this one.
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By cakesbgood
Mar 10, 2006
All decorations edible.  Cards are gumpaste with hand painted details using edible marker AND luster dust mixed with lemon extract.
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By tanyacakes
Mar 12, 2006
I uploaded another cake with same/similar title but this is the one that should be the card game tiered cake.  All decorations are edible.  Gumpaste cards with hand-painted details(using luster dust with lemon extract) and edible ink.
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By tanyacakes
Mar 12, 2006
This is a combined effort with my 9 yr old daughter. She loves Tiramisu and made the decorations to go on the cake. Desert for our easter brunch tomorrow.
By Ursula40
Apr 14, 2006
I made this cake for my husband's co worker who was retiring. He loves to gamble and play cards. Icing is buttercream. The little card table on top of the cake is actually a little key chain I found. It opens up and has miniature cards and poker chips that can actually be played with! I thought the green color of the icing was really gross at first, but I didn't mind it so much once I got the cards, poker chips and money on it.
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By shortNsweet
Apr 16, 2006
This was done for MIL's rummoli night.  All buttercream.
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By bradleysmom
Apr 30, 2006
Just playing around for a friend's poker party.
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By mendhigurl
May 1, 2006
Alternate view.
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By mendhigurl
May 1, 2006
Customer wanted an Ace of Spades for DH birthday.  They were doing a poker night party.  It is a carrot cake with cream cheese icing.
By deijha
May 5, 2006
Cake topper made entirely out of gumpaste
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By Renuka
May 14, 2006
Cake topper made entirely out of gumpaste (except for ribbons)
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By Renuka
May 14, 2006
This is for a lady who was not able to celebrate her nephew's bday last year when he turned 21, so this year they are celebrating '21 + 1' years.  The cards are fondant and drawn on w/Americolor food markers.  The rest is MMBC.
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By momsandraven
May 16, 2006
22x15 with a carved poker table on top. Iced in BC with fondant accents and edible images.
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By bigcatz
May 20, 2006
This cake was a groom's cake.  The chips were chocolate covered in foil from World Market.  The cards are edible image plaques.  Iced in hazelnut buttercream.
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By frankandcathy
Jun 4, 2006
styrofoam dice, all buttercream
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By DiscoLady
Jun 4, 2006
This was a cake and cookies for a tournament my husband is going to.  It is not my best work by a long shot,  my husband had made me reallllly angry while I was decorating it so cncentration was not all there.  I wanted to look kinda classy but still very vegasy at the same time.  Did that make sense???  So the cookies are the colors of the chips they will be using.  The cake is Deep Chocolate Fudge cake with Mocha BC and Espresso dark chocolate candy clay coating.
By carrielynnfields
Jun 10, 2006
Since my husband, his brother and my father loove to play cards any chance they can get, I thought this would be the perfect idea for a father's day cake. I used one pan for the "cards" and cut it in half (was in a real hurry to decorate) and used three little round pans for the "poker chips" The men got a kick out of it!
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By bailey4302
Jun 19, 2006
This is a 10" round chocolate cake with buttercream icing and mmf decorations. It is my version of the one in a Wilton book. I also covered the pillars in mmf and they are hot glued to the cake board and to the cake plate.
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By fabfour
Jun 20, 2006
This cake is covered in fondant. I used a straw to punch out the poker chips, and cut the cards with a ruler out of fondant, then used an edible marker to decorate them. It was my sons idea to decorate the cake board with real poker chips.
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By luvbakin
Jun 21, 2006
This is a cake I made for someone's 25th birthday.  They asked for a poker theme.  white cake with bc frosting, mmf accents.
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By angelbabym
Jul 1, 2006
blackjack table with fondant cards and chocoate disk chips
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By julismom
Jul 4, 2006
This is the second cake for my sitter's son's graduation.  They had a card theme and a huge card that said "The Deal's Done."  So that was my inspiration, but I had a heck of a time with coming up with an idea because he didn't want a lot of color.  They loved it though
By mariamom
Jul 7, 2006
Just a fun cake I was asked to make for a poker night. Fbct, but I would have liked to have placed it lower on the cake. I ended up using the more silver color for the outline because I ran out of black! Even tried spraying in some of the Wilton spray in color, but that obviously didn't work out too well! I was pretty happy with it, but I have a new appreciation for anyone who tries to imitate card designs! Harder than it looks for sure! Choc. w/ choc mousse filling.
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By tobycat
Jul 15, 2006
I made this cake today for a couple who is having their bridal shower today.
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By mayra
Jul 22, 2006
Chocolate cake decorated with sugar paste with modeled hands holding cards, bag of nuts at side with wine bottle, the wine bottle was a real bottle of wine covered in fondant with birthday boys favourite wine, that extra special touch pressie.
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By shimerin
Aug 1, 2006
This was my first cake-for-hire, as it were.  Also only the second time I've done a BC glaze.  This was a 9"×13" sheet cake.  Took hours to decorate (I hope my speed improves with experience!
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By basilikon
May 20, 2005


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