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Castle cake for 1-year old's party. Everything is edible. The castle corners and edgings are fondant, the domes and flags are rice paper, the walkway is fondant.
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By Amylou
Jul 8, 2005
I just came across this pic.  I made this before I really knew anything about decorating...looking back I'm surprised at how cute it is!  Thanks for looking!
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By edcjenv
Jul 18, 2005
this cake was made for my daughter's 4th party.  It's a two layer quarter cake and 6in. on top.  The border is rosebuds and the cones are just sugar cones that I layered with frosting.  I also added pink and purple food coloring for a extra special touch to the cake batter-big hit!
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By cookiemonster
Aug 6, 2005
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By Beebug123
Aug 9, 2005
I made this for my daughter's 5th birthday.  She asked for a pink and purple cake and she got it.  It is covered in BC.  I never thought this size of cake would take me what I thought was an eternity but it was worth it when I saw her face.  Precious.
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By vie
Oct 21, 2005
I was sooo excited to do this cake.  Inspiration came from this site, of course!  Mishaps baking the cakes, they kept falling - almost pulled my hair out.  Covered in BC.  I used wilton's recipe for the filling, but ran out of butter.  I didn't have any flavorings and it was a little too Crisco tasting for me.  Tried out the dream whip BC recipe (off this site) and loved it.  Towers are paper towel rolls with upside down waffle cones covered lightly in purple sprinkles.  Roses are BC made a few days ahead.
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By doc_farms
Oct 21, 2005
For a 1st birthday. Castle has a cobblestone impression but it's hard to tell in this photo. All buttercream. Towers made from PVC pipe and turrets are sugar cones.
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By KimAZ
Nov 5, 2005
This is my daughter's 5th b-day cake. She had to have a purple one and we were having a princess party and this is what I came up with. It took me over 7 hours. I made this after completing course 1.  She loved it and the look on her face was PRICELESS!!!!  Best 7 hours I have ever spent just to make her happy..LOL
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By jennifer293
Nov 7, 2005
This was for my second daughter's first birthday.  She's our little princess and deserved a fairy castle!  This was taken from a book I own and some pictures at the site.

Thanks for looking,
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By suzyqqq27
Nov 21, 2005
This was for my nieces first birthday.
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By mjsparkles2001
Dec 5, 2005
First castle I have done...turrets are ice cream cones coated in candy, although the bottoms looked bad so I covered them again with icing "stones".   Also dusted with pearl dust.
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By Kitagrl
Dec 10, 2005
This was for a little girls' first birthday, the bottom layer and top 'baby' layer was white with almond buttercream, the middle layer was chocolate with strawberry filling. The 'towers' were paper towel rolls and ice cream cones covered in fondant. Stone impression mat to give texture, purple luster dust for tops of towers. Fondant banner and flag.
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By edencakes
Dec 15, 2005
Bottom tier 10" banana cake, top tier 6" round, towers chocolate chip pound cake, all fondant decorated.  Everything edible.  Made for my granddaughter's 4th birthday.
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By ChrisJ
Mar 13, 2007
Castle cake for Cinderella birthday.  This was the first "creative" cake I ever did.
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By ccoth
Jan 1, 2006
All ideas for this cake have been taken from cakes on CC. Thanks to Cake Central members.  The cake was for little princess Kyra who was celebrating her 5 birthday.
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By Tamanna
Feb 4, 2006
I made this cake for my darling niece's first birthday!  It was a chore, but I finally did it!!
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By disneynutsss
Feb 17, 2006
This was done for a boy and a girl joint birthday party.
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By redhead1872
Feb 19, 2006
this was my first attempt @ a castle cake, I made it for my 4 yr old b-day party @ pre-school today.  when she saw it this morning she said WOW mommy I love it, your the best mommy, that made it worth every second that I spent doing this cake. yellow cake with buttercream icing
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By klsrtr
Feb 28, 2006
The picture is really bad on this, but anyway. This is my rendition of a princess castle that a customer had seen. The problem was that the one she saw was done with a kit I didn't have access to. So I improvised. The windows are done with icing piped around princess picks, with the picks removed. The top castle pieces were hand cut from fondant, a little crooked but she was delighted!
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By Kellie1583
Mar 5, 2006
Princess castle with Cinderella and Snow White
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By socake
Mar 21, 2006
With LOTS of help from this site, and after several revisions of design, my first castle cake for our 4th birthday princess.  All edible, except the figurines.  Clear sparkles around larger portion of turrets to add glimmer.  Buttercream with royal icing flowers and fondant banner.  "K" for Katie!
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By FunCakesVT
Mar 24, 2006
Cherry chip cake w/vanilla cream filling.  Whimsical castle cake covered in MMF.  Stars, princess, turrets, & flowers are fondant, fondant edible image birthday plaque, and rock candy.  Based on a design from Just Fabulous website.  Cake is 7" high.  Thanks fro looking!
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By newtocakes
May 4, 2006
Pink castle cake for daughter's 3rd BD! All edible, loved the pink glitter!
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By ladybug03
May 12, 2006
Princess cake for a Princess' birthday party.  The design was shamelessly borrowed from someone on this site--you guys rock.  Doctored yellow cake with cookies and cream filling.  MMF flowers and banner, but the rest is BC.
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By sk8gr8md
May 16, 2006
Cake for my daughter's 5th b'day. Combo of Disney princess and Magic of Pegasus castle in clouds:) Fondant covered/decorated castle sits on fondant covered blossom shaped cake. Used cotton candy for clouds and, this time, used melted chocolate instead of fondant to cover ice cream cone turrets, which was MUCH easier. Bought princesses and unicorns to put around castle. Didn't get very good pics unfortunately:(
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By Thalia
Jun 1, 2006
Here it is - castle cake for my daughters party tomorrow.  Can I just say - I DID IT!!  I'm so excited and the MOST important part is that SHE loves it.  Special thanks to TheCakeWizard for her inspirational cake and the kit.  I will hate to cut into it tomorrow!
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By jaitee69
Jun 23, 2006
6" & 8" rounds with ice cream cone towers and sugar cone turrets for a 3 yr old's birthday.
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By KimAZ
Jun 23, 2006
Fondant walls and towers using ice-cream cones.  Double layer 10" cake and 6" cakes.
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By Wandaful
Jun 27, 2006
For my daughter's first birthday! White cake, frosted in BC, door and windows are fondant. This was my first attempt at a castle cake and I was quite pleased! Thanks CC for the inspiration!
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By CrippyTV
Jun 27, 2006
Here's my first "for-sale" cake! Didn't get paid a fortune in $$...but was good fun nonetheless!
for more pictures, method and closeup pictures of fairy elf girl
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By suyin
Jul 27, 2006
castle cake that I did for my niece when she turned 6.
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By CakeRN
Jul 27, 2006
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By nenufares
Jul 29, 2006
Small princess castle cake for a 4 yr old birthday.  Butter cake with BC and raspberry preserve fillling.
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By sandralita
Aug 7, 2006
The castle that almost wasn't.  This cake took about 6 hours to decorate and that was with me having help!  Turrets are ice cream cones covered with fondant. The entire cake was edible.
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By cakesbyjackie
Aug 8, 2006
It must be the summer of Princesses!  This is a smaller version of my first castle cake (all my own design).  This one was only a 10" base cake, but we added a 6" vegan cake for the little girl's cousin so she didn't feel left out.  The vegan cake has charm pulls for every little person at the party as well as a fondant crown colored with lustre dust.
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By msauer
Aug 12, 2006
This was a wedding cake for 900 guests. 4' wide x 3' deep x 4' tall. The turrets on the corners are cut from plywood and iced with royal icing. Two layers are hatboxes iced in royal icing with pink velum paper over the windows and battery operated white xmas lights on the inside. The edible part is 12-9x13 layers, 3-10" round layers, 8-8" round layers, and 2-6" rounds. My #1 comment once it was set up and in place: "Never EVER Again!" (Now, 4 years later it doesn't seem as bad).
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By shadowturquoise
Aug 20, 2006
YAY!!! My first castle cake!!! So much fun!!!  This is for my niece.  I have been begging everyone I knew to get a castle cake.  My neice happens to be in a church choir group called "The Princesses".  They are having a sleepover tonight!!!!  I can not wait to see her face when I arrive with the cake!!!
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By alicia_froedge
Aug 25, 2006
This cake was done for my daughter's 5th birthday by my baker, i told her what i wanted and she accomplished a fabulous job. It tasted delicious. Everything is fondant except the castle. Thanks Yvonne! I wanted everyone to see it !!!
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By mia0214
Aug 28, 2006
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By mykidsarekillingme
Aug 30, 2006
This is my first try at cake decorating.  I used to have my neighbor do my cakes and wanted to start doing them myself.  This cake I made for my daughter's 3rd bithday.  Any comments, suggestions appreciated.
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