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This was my first try with gum paste. My daughter was able to keep the castle as a keepsake. It lasted for over a year until she and her brother tried to eat it!
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By KittisKakes
Jan 6, 2006
A castle cake for my dd's 4th birthday party.  My first 3D castle cake and I really enjoyed making it.  The princesses were cut out of the invitation and thank you card.  The towers are tall plastic tupperware cups.  The towers stone effect is tip 12 then pressed with a cornstarch finger.  It was challenging at times, but I am really pleased with how it turned out.
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By sweetcreation
Jan 6, 2006
Here is a closer view of the princess castle cake for my dd's 4th birthday party.
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By sweetcreation
Jan 6, 2006
Everything is covered with fondant. The turrets are made from cookies glued together with royal icing. The shimmer on the roofs is snowflake dust. Figurines are made from gum paste.
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By Tuggy
Jan 7, 2006
I was pressed for time.. BUT I had to make a Castle cake for the Harry Potter Themed Party.. Edible image on top.. ice cream cones and paper towel centers for towers wrapped with black paper.. BC icing and chocolate cake mix.
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By briansbaker
Jan 9, 2006
2 castle join together by stairs and a water fountain underneath the stairs.  In the center of the stairs is the wedding couple.  The 2 castle are being pulled by two horse carriage.
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By mamasota
Jan 9, 2006
This is a castle cake thatI made for my daughters birthday. It was made using a 10X10X2 Wilton Pan for the bottom tier and a small oblong pan for the top tier. I then cut off the ends of the oblong cake to make it square. The pillars in front I made using 2 of my glass drinking glasses, turning them upside down and frosting them. :-)
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By sabbrina7946
Jan 13, 2006
This cake was done for my daughter's 1st b-day.  She had already attacked the cake causing one side to start falling before we could get a good picture of it.  It was fairly easy to make although time consuming, I baked cake inside of soup cans for the towers with ice cream cones on top.  Fruit roll-up mote, graham cracker drawbridge.  The inside is just a drawing I made on a sheet of paper and lined the back with wax paper for easy removal.
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By KHalstead
Jan 18, 2006
This is an airial view.
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By chefdot
Jan 21, 2006
This is a picture of the Castle Cake that I made. You will find it posted under another ID for me (Messed up when I was registering). It was made using a 10X10X2 Wilton Pan for the bottom tier and a small oblong pan for the top tier. I then cut off the ends of the oblong cake to make it square. The "towers" in front were made using 2 drinking glasses, turning them upside down and frosting them. My donut towers fell and I had to do some quick thinking. Stones were piped using a #12 tip, then flattened.
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By sabbrina
Jan 23, 2006
Everything covered in marshmallow fondant and dusted with luster dust.
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By GRAMMASUE
Jan 23, 2006
This is a cake I did for my daughters first birthday.  The theme was snow princess since she was born in late December.  The cake is French Vanilla filled with raspberry perserves.  Icing is buttercream and was dusted with edilble glitter.  Fit for a princess
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By dtmc
Jan 26, 2006
This is my first attempt at a castle cake.  I was pleased with the end result.  It was inspired on Grammasue's castle (if you haven't seen it, you should, it's gorgeous!!).  It is vanilla cake with raspberry filling and covered in MMF.  Flowers are fondant and top of towers are ice cream cones covered in buttercream and purple sparkles.
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By lpino
Jan 29, 2006
This cake was made for my little girls birthday......Each layer was a double stacked cake to get the height...The bottom layer was chocolate the others vanilla maderia with buttercream and jam filling..
All were covered separatley then stacked together ..all covered with fondant icing
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By rach1
Feb 1, 2006
pillars are chocolate rolls....all covered in fondant. everything edible apart from the little girl sat on the top.
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By button-moon
Feb 1, 2006
A lesson well learned...cream cheese icing is waay to thin for star tip decorating!  But it did turn out looking like cobblestones (sort of), which is a good thing.  The 4yo Princess loved it!
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By wyatt
Feb 3, 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 neice's 7th birthday, she loves pricesses and fairys.  People wer very surprised with it because in this area you don't see anything like that.
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By Reyna
Feb 6, 2006
I made this castle topper for my daughter's bday.  I was 9 months preg with my son so I was trying to get things prepared ahead of time for her party.  It is stacked 9" rounds with the topper on pillars, tulle between layers
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By beanyhunter
Feb 8, 2006
I obsessed about this cake for months!  The bride and groom bought the  Pocket Dragons and wanted a cake to go with them.  Ultimately, after looking at dozens of cakes, this one is modeled after one in Lindy Smith's "Celebrate with a Cake" and Earlene Moore's castle cake instructions.  It is also very much like the wedding invitations.  Except for the dragons and the drawbridge "chains" everything is some form of sugar.  The bottom tier is a full sheet cake.  The towers are modeling paste over pastillage.
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By itsacake
Feb 9, 2006
Just finished this one for a little girl who wanted a pink and purple castle cake . Buttercream with sugarpaste and royal icing accents. Towers are paper towel rolls with sugarpaste and ice cream cones with royal icing and sugar. I had to leave room on the tops for the  Disney princesses she wants to put on the cake. I was very inspired by the castles on this site - thanks for all the great ideas!
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By dydemus
Feb 11, 2006
My first try at assembling a castle.  It was fun but lots of work.
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By Nana784
Feb 12, 2006
A friend requested this cake for their hair dresser.  The salon was giving her a wedding shower and wanted a castle cake.  The bottom was two 14" layers and two 10" layers for the top.  The salon set it up in front of a mirror with a spotlight and added greenery around the bottom.
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By Nana784
Feb 12, 2006
Made for my niece's 6th birthday.  Castle is a 3 layer 8" devils' food cake square base w/ chocolate pudding and a 4 layer 6" butter yellow cake w/ bavarian creme filling.  Turrets are cake cone bottoms and sugar cone tops, filled with Hershey kisses, covered in fondant and cake sparkles.  Castle is covered in MMF, with BC accents.  

In hindsight, I would have changed a few things, but the birthday girl liked it, so I guess that's all that matters.
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By finally928
Feb 12, 2006
I have done this cake once before. I am not a big fan of ice cream cone castles, but I like this one better than the first. The customer was happy with it.
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By traci
Feb 13, 2006
Chocolate cake with Buttercream icing. Royal on the towers.  Chocolate candies as borders and doors.  Thought I had the towers straight, until I photographed it!  Angle is everything where ice cream cones are concerned!!!   It was a fun "first castle".  :-)
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By Phoov
Feb 14, 2006
I made this for my son's birthday.  Unfortunately he doesn't eat cake but he thought it was really cool anyway and his friends loved it!!!
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By tinascakes
Feb 16, 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
My first princess castle!  After looking at everyones castles, I couldn't wait to do one!  I was so glad I got an order!  This design was from Carol Deacons book.
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By golfgma
Feb 22, 2006
This cake was done for someone in our Radiology Dept who was leaving.  She's in the Air Force and is leaving Germany and going back to the States.  It was a Frozen Buttercream Transfer.  I took SheilaF's suggestion and filled in the whole shape of the cake instead of the just the picture.  This way it looks more like it's airbrushed.  The tears are tinted piping gel.
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By kelleygirl
Feb 23, 2006
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By pattyc
Feb 24, 2006
This is my Granddaughters 2nd Birthday cake, She loves Cinderella.  Castle & Disney Princess pieces are from a kit. 10" white & 6" chocolate with BC frosting.
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By QueLinda
Feb 26, 2006
This was suppose to be a princess castle cake for my niece's 13th birthday. It didn't turn out as well as I had hoped it would have.
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By qtascnb
Feb 26, 2006
Here my second castle cake that I made for my best friends daughters birthday. It was made using a 10X10X2 Wilton Pan for the bottom tier and a small oblong pan for the top tier. Both tires are double layers. I cut off the ends of the top layer of the oblong cake to make just the top layer square. The "towers" were frosted ice-cream cones rolled in pink sugar crystals. Stones were buttercream piped with a #12 tip, then flattened. Took a total of about 4 hrs to decorate.
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By sabbrina
Feb 26, 2006
This is a 12X18" choc cake cut in half and stacked, then a square 9" yellow cake on top of that.  All buttercream, ice cream cone towers.  Thanks for looking
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By CustomCakesBySharon
Feb 27, 2006
Chocolate and Butter Pecan layers, Saskatoon Filling, Vanilla Almond Buttercream. Turrets are ice cream cones one inverted on top of other. Details in Chocolate.
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By freddie
Feb 27, 2006
Different Views-Chocolate and Butter Pecan layers, Saskatoon Filling, Vanilla Almond Buttercream. Turrets are ice cream cones one inverted on top of other. Windows are Fruit Roll Up. Details in Chocolate.
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By freddie
Feb 27, 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
I was asked to do this cake for a customer who had seen the castle cake I did for my dd.  She wanted a different color scheme and the princess figurines incorporated with the cake, as well as all the princesses being in the windows.  Her 7 year old was very excited and she was very pleased.  Towers are made from plastic cups, princesses cut from invitation and thank-you note.
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By sweetcreation
Mar 5, 2006

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