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Made with pound cake (including the head), and covered in MMF.   Airbrushed orange/brown and handpainted black.   I was worried for awhile how it was going to look but I am actually happy with it!
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By Kitagrl
Feb 24, 2006
My cousin loves cheetahs, so I did this cheetah print cake for her.  Buttercream with fondant bow.
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By _ChristyB_
Apr 16, 2006
This was my third cake last week(never do that again). It is a 1/2 sheet marble cake with vanilla BC filling and icing. The picture is an edible image. The glasses are MMF painted with icing paste and super pearl dust, with edible pearls attached. Big hit for the birthday girl and guests. I got another 2 orders from this one, too!
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By tanyascakes
May 2, 2006
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By tawnyachilders
May 5, 2006
fondant and liquid food coloring + vodka for paint.
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By chyna
Jul 30, 2006
I made this cake for the little girl in our neighborhood she was turing 11.  She loves Cheetahs.
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By Bre412
Aug 7, 2006
I made this cake for my daughter's Cheetah Girl 2 premier party.  The top 2 layers are yellow cake with chocolate chips and the bottom 2 are dummies.  I made the cheetahs out of rolled buttercream and the plaque & music notes are fondant with royal icing.
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By naotter
Aug 26, 2006
For all those little girls who love the Cheetahs.  Glasses made out of fondant and black piping gel for the lenses.
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By Rexy
Aug 27, 2006
Star shaped cake with cheetah pattern in buttercream. Fondant stars, CD and microphone.  The lines are suppose to be in the pattern, although I think it looks more like a cracked giraffe.
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By KimAZ
Sep 20, 2006
This cake was for an 11 year olds "CheetahGirls/Spa themed"  birthday party.  I iced this 12" round cake with butter cream.  Hand designed the stencil cut outs.  And hand painted the Cheetah print within the middle Star.  I then add a few scrapbooking pieces glued to toothpicks to add in the spa theme.
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By bfisher11
Sep 29, 2006
This is a cheetah that I made for my niece's 7th birthday, using the stand up lamb pan.  The tail, legs, ears and some of the face are rice crispy treats (thanks Duff!).
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By badgerang
Oct 24, 2006
This cake is all BC frosting.  Writing is a little off but it can be balanced by candles.
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By Mac
Nov 3, 2006
Not very happy with the way this turned out....not very cheetahlicious.
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By LuvCakes
Nov 3, 2006
Cookies to go along with the Cheetah Girls Cake.  They are the NFSC with the Antonia71 icing.  Also made some music notes decorated the same way that didn't make the picture.
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By LuvCakes
Nov 5, 2006
I don't like how the face turned out.  I made this and the unicorn cake for a coworker's twin daughter's bdays.  MMF and used peach preserves to glue on the MMF deco.  and buttercream border and leaves.
By steph007
Dec 7, 2006
Got the idea from another CC'er. Bottom layer 8x8 white cake, present 4x4x2. Bubblegum MMF bow, and printed a picture of the cheetah girls and laminated it, used a popsicle stick, to stick into the cake, put border around picture to look like a frame. Made it for the little girl I babysit for, she loved it.
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By brightbrats
Jan 16, 2007
This cake was not as easy as I thought it would be.  The top is leaning way too much, I cut the wrong layer on an angle then tried to fix it.  But thank goodness it didn't fall!! And my niece loved it!  Thank you to all who answered a barrage(sp?) of questions over the last couple of weeks.
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By sugarlaced
Jan 29, 2007
My thanks to Mac here on CC for the basic inspiration--I'd never seen the cheetah girls and I needed some great ideas!  The cake is 10" and 6" covered in fondant (colette's recipe).  I handpainted the cheetah spots.  The sunglasses, microphone, name, and number are gumpaste painted with luster dust.
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By modthyrth
Feb 2, 2007
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By tirpak
Feb 17, 2007
This was my daughters b-day cake. Jungle them with giraffe, zebra, and cheetah in BC.
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By Mcgrace
Mar 4, 2007
This is for one of my friend's DD's.  All she said was Cheetah Girls. None of my kids actually knew anything about the Cheetah Girls, so I had to do some research.  :)
Cake is Fondant covered, and the boa's are real feather boas.  Mic and name plate are gumpaste.
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By yoktom
Mar 8, 2007
Having all boys I was unaware of the Cheetah girls.  however thanks to modthyrth and cakesbyallison i was able to pull this off.  The leopard spots were brown paste mixed with gold dust (thanks paoloscakes). The glass and microphone are 50/50 gumpaste fondant. AND (yay for me) first time ever with fondant cake no tears, bumps, snags, or creases! Hooray!!!
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By acookieobsession
Mar 23, 2007
This is my first attempt at a purse cake. Cut and stacked an 11x15 cake- 4 layers tall.  Covered in Pettinice fondant.  Airbrushed a light tan color, hand painted spots with brown Americolor mixed w/gold luster (stole that idea from another cheetah cake).  Painted black on top with mor Americolor. Flowers and handle are fondant too.  Fringe is buttercream w/grass tip.  For a "Cheetah Girls" birthday party. Customer loved the fringe the most because she thought that made it look even more real.
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By msauer
Mar 31, 2007
This is a first with the package bow (love it) and a first with the shoes (thanks a bazillion Nati) and a 2nd with the present box.  The lid slid on the way over...but i was able to repair ir pretty well. Luckily a freebie and no one noticed anyway.  Still thicked though.  Picture is from before the slide. I think I will do styrofoam for lids from now on.  Too stressful with cake!  i think it is just too heavy.
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By acookieobsession
Apr 17, 2007
I made this cake for a little girl's 10th birthday.   She requested a Letter R Diva Cake.  The design was up to me.  You will see in the other picture that I added a Diva sign before delivery.  I think that this picture shows all the angles and sides best.
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By woodyfam
May 17, 2007
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By Klprice1
May 21, 2007
Customer asked for cookies to match the invite (which I never saw!).  She said it was cheetah print with hot pink...  here is my take on that theme!  I gave her half trendy and half traditional designs just in case I wasn't feeling her vision!  LOL
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By Lambshack
May 27, 2007
The customer is having an "Adorable Idol" birthday party for her daughter. She sent me a photo of the child dressed in her "Diva" outfit for the party. I designed the cake around the photo. Cake is decorated in buttercream with gumpaste stars attached to wire (my first time having something "stick out" of the cake). Thanks to cambo for the cake plaque inspiration!!
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By Michele25
Jun 1, 2007
By woodyfam
Jun 13, 2007
Cupcake cake with cheetah print , band name, electric guitar, microphone and music notes in buttercream.
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By KimAZ
Jun 14, 2007
just some animal print
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By cory_jo
Jun 19, 2007
This was a cake I did for  a friend who had a pussycat doll party.  The top and bottom are WASC and the middle is Darn Good Chocolate cake covered in Satin Ice.  Sorry I didn't get a picture without all the candles in it.
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By Badeerah
Jun 19, 2007
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By Strazle
Jun 22, 2007
Cheetah Girls cake.  I'm still working on my airbrushing.  I had a really had time getting tan, but the birthday girl loved it anyway.  " Chocolate and 8" Vanilla cake.  Frosted with butter cream and covered in fondant.
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By amodeoandrea
Jun 23, 2007
Designed by the birthday girl after browsing Cake Central for awhile.  She chose the various layers of animal prints and colors.  Found a notepad made out of the CD (used as the cover and backer) on clearance at the Disney store, so I just took the spiral binding off and used it as a topper.  Very busy cake with lots of sparkle... perfect for an 8 year old!
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By Lambshack
Jun 25, 2007
inspired by the whimsical bakehouse style.  cheetah, leaves and grass are chocolate transfers on top of two-toned buttercream icing.
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By sweetpea8
Jul 15, 2007
I modelled the cheetahs from pictures. The stripes and dots were painted on and the darker patches dusted with brown dusting powder. The cake is sponge covered in butter icing.
By smdr
Aug 31, 2007
Total knock off of Msaucer's design. Made from an 8-inch round with Satin Ice. Handpainted cheetah print.
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By CherryBomb
Sep 3, 2007
My first try at leopard print.  It's not as easy as it looks.  Rosebuds on top are fondant.
By Jarnli
Sep 21, 2007
this was for my daughters 9th bday;she's crazy for cheetahs!! the cheetah was <a href=>lamb pan</a> that i cut the ears and nose off of. i built them back up w/ straws and foil that i covered w/butter cream. the legs and tail are all butter cream.granulated sugr is the "sand" and the base is a full sheet cake.
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By tabs8774
Apr 13, 2005


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