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2 tier, 5", 8" strawberry shortcake castle.  This took A LOT OF TIME!!! but I really love the way it came out and I'm excited to deliver it.
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By cakefairy18
Mar 5, 2006
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By qteef30
Mar 5, 2006
This was I think my 2nd or 3rd cake.  BC except for Pez candies and Hershey's kisses!!
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By steph95
Mar 5, 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
This was my first try at stacking cakes. It took me a while to get it right, but I think it turned out pretty good. It is a 11x15, 2 layer 8" and a 2 layer 6" all covered in buttercream with chocolate butterflies.
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By kimmycake
Mar 5, 2006
This was for my 4 year old's birthday. It was a very rushed cake so I'm not totally pleased. Also, this was the first time I made SMBC and decorated with it, so I didn't get a very smooth finish at all. I need to practice more with that. The cake was French Vanilla with SMBC, the little top part was strawberry cake, and the characters were chocolate transfers. I meant to write the sign with icing, but DH thought I was done and tossed it, so I wrote with piping gel, but it ran together. Oh well-live & learn!
By potatocakes
Mar 7, 2006
This was my first 3-D cake attempt... The cones & door were painted & rolled in sugar w/ ribbon on each tip with a dot of icing. There is a grass border & choco-rocks stuck on the sides to resemble a cottage... The discoloration is from the birthday girl licking it.... yes, you heard me right :)
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By CakeDiva73
Mar 8, 2006
I've been wanting to do one of these for the longest time!! This one is actually quite small. The bottom is the smallest oval, then a 4" round and a 3", 2" on top of that.  Half of a paper towel tube wrapped in fondant for each turret.  I'm giving it to a friend of mine tomorrow, her bday was last week.
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By momsandraven
Mar 9, 2006
This is my very first 3D Cake. The pictures on this site helped to implement my idea and were a great source of inspiration. I learned al lot by doing this cake and now I know I could have done better but is was my first try.
It´s a chocolate cake with banana frosting covered in MMF.
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By luggi
Mar 9, 2006
The castle is cake covered with sugarpaste, the turrets are icecream cones with sugarpaste "tiles". "Miss Piggy" is meant to be a princess...!
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By Bayamoy
Mar 10, 2006
Since everyone else seems to be posting their castle cakes, I thought I would do the same.  The only part of this cake you couldn't eat were,of course, the silk flowers (because I ran out of steam) and the straight pins that hold the little fondant flags onto the turretts.
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By msauer
Mar 10, 2006
This cake was made for my niece on her 3rd  birthday.  We had a beach party theme, so I thought I would try to make a cake that actually looked like a sand castle.  My cousin thought it looked too much like a sand castle to eat. However the kids loved it and so did the adults.
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By kimhamjohn
Mar 14, 2006
The Castle was requested by the little girl's mother.  The little girl is fascinated by the Backyardigans.  Uniqua is a FBCT on both cakes.  I only wish I had a picture of how the cake arrived...this is how it looked when it left my house.  Upon arrival, one of the turrets had torn off!  I HATE doing castle cakes.  This could quite possibly be the last one I ever take an order for.  They are simply to unstable for me to deal with anymore.
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By gmcakes
Mar 16, 2007
Fairytale princess castle covered in fondant.
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By bexgr8cakes
Mar 15, 2006
As usual, I don't do SMALL anything.  This was for a little girl's party to serve 40 guests--will serve way more. 2-layer 10" French vanilla cake and 2-ayer 6" chocolate fudge cake with ice cream cone turrets.  Everything is edible.
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By Mac
Mar 17, 2006
This is basically a re-make of a castle I did last weekend, but I added a 2 layer square cake under it to add more servings this time and changed the color scheme.  The little girl that this is for is very picky, so I hope she likes it! Thanks for looking!
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By momsandraven
Mar 18, 2006
Towers are gumpaste and royal icing. Cake is iced in BC using #12 tip and when BC crusted  smashed slightly to look like stones.
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By brendaanne
Mar 18, 2006
I made this cake for a friends daughter.  I didn't have the princesses cake kit so I printed the images on edible paper.
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By Chef_Mommy
Mar 19, 2006
I made this cake for my niece.  the images are printed on edible wafer paper.
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By Chef_Mommy
Mar 19, 2006
Made this for my friend's daughters 5th birthday.  We had a big laugh because the number on the door should read "5" but everyone thought it was an "S" for their last name.  LOL
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By jlvmorales
Mar 19, 2006
I did this at Wilton in Chicago-my first experience with sculpting, 3-D, fondant, etc.  Base is 2 sculted 14" cakes.  Castle body is 2 6" cakes. Turrets are 4 layers of cake cut with a biscuit cutter, layered with icing in between each.  The turret tops are molded rice krispie treats.  All covered in fondant.  Bushes are rice krispie treats airbrushed.  Molded fondant dragon on the roof.  Royal icing brush embroidery water.  Royal icing tufts of greenery & flowers
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By BlakesCakes
Mar 20, 2006
Princess castle with Cinderella and Snow White
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By socake
Mar 21, 2006
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By elif
Mar 22, 2006
I made this cake cake for my little girls 5th birthday.This was my first attempt at a stacked cake and my second time making roses but she loved it anyway.
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By mom_of_4girls
Mar 23, 2006
I was asked to make a pink cake with a princess motif
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By desertm
Mar 23, 2006
10" Chocolate Biscuit Cake Base and 6" Chocolate Fudge Sponge with Almond Flavoured Buttercream.  Fondant Iced.
By Sparklycake
Mar 24, 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
This is the 2nd time I made this castle, this time I used the little girl's picture instead of princess faces.  She put her cinderella dress on and I took pics.  I made this one and the Spiderman building that's on my picture gallery for their birthday we celebrated together so 2 big cakes for one day!! All buttercream.
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By Reyna
Mar 24, 2006
totally edible cake..with everything handmade and handpainted with lustre colours..all made with varios fondant sugars...the towers and green seaweed bein pastillage the seahells, mermaids, starfish and seahourses being modelling paste and the the pink seaweed runout royal icing..The pink coral was again handmade rock sugar..The tropical fish again where all handpainted with lustre colours..there is loads more detail around the sides and the abit carried away
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By rach1
Mar 25, 2006
I made this for a 2 year old. I set this up for the picture and then delivered each cake as a separate. A friend of the mom rearranged the set up so that the 2 smaller cakes were in back and the bridges went from the top edge of the bigger cake to to the top edges of the smaller cakes. I really liked the set up they came up with, but I wouldn't have done that before delivery because I didnt' want to mess up the borders. Also learned that I need to really work on my piping straight lines (in the windows!)
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By tobycat
Mar 25, 2006
Castle and Disney Princesses for a 3 year old's birthday.
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By Nana784
Mar 26, 2006
first attempt at a castle!! i think its ok but  i ran out of time(procrastination is a drag!!) to fill the towers with candy. of course i might have had to run away after 9 kids had more candy! it is supposed to be sleeping beauty's party and arieal and belle are invited guests!! i wanted princess in the window but as ive said procrastination!!
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By tabs8774
Mar 27, 2006
made for my dd thanks to all others who have posted castle cakes you all were my inspiration!!
By ddog
Mar 27, 2006
This is my 2nd cake after completing my cake classes.  This site has been so helpful for me.... Thanks guys!  This was a buttermilk chocolate cake with buttercream icing.
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By lkuptain
Mar 30, 2006
Castle Cake, fondant, fondant flowers, ice cream cone steeples covered in fondant
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By oceandove
Mar 30, 2006
This is after the construction was finished and I started to ice it. It is still a work in progress. It is 1/2 choc-1/2 white cake w/ 1/2 white b.c and 1/2 cream cheese iccing. The little sign says"A Man's Home Is His Castle"
I will post a pix of the final cake when I finish it later today.
By rlm5150
Apr 1, 2006
Well.......I finally finished it. I am actually happy with it. Better yet,my friend loved it!
By rlm5150
Apr 1, 2006
made this cake for my daughters second birthday, first cake i have decorated in about 8 years.
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By crittleg
Apr 3, 2006
By tawnyachilders
Apr 3, 2006
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By boysmom
Apr 5, 2006


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