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This is a chocolate mousse cake, covered with chocolate ganache. though I did not make the cake, I was asked to decorate it in a Harry Potter theme. I decided  to make the Coat of Arms for the Hogwarts School of Magic, all out of chocolate. The receipent of the cake refused to cut through the image, removed the chocolate plaque & kept it in the fridge for weeks!
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By Fascination
Jul 10, 2006
This was made for a friend that another friend had played a practical joke on - hanging these on his truck.  This friend had requested that I make him a hot milk cake ~ which I did ~ he didn't specify what to decorate it with.  I used a chocolate transfer and whipped icing with chocolate rocks.  It was a hit!
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By thecakemaker
Apr 13, 2005
This was done by my 8 year old son for a chocolate art contest.  He won best in show out of a dozen entries!  He made SB in parts (eyes, hat, mouth, etc) and put the parts onto the sponge part to make it look 3-D.
By thecakemaker
Apr 13, 2005
batman cake made for 10 year olds birthday.
It was for the same women who bought the pink cake, she asked me last night at around 8:30 if it would be pussing it to make a batman cake for her. She needed it by noon today! The logo is a chocolate transfer, my 1st, not as good as I would have liked, was going to do a fbct but not enough time. It turned out ok I thought, it could have been a whole lot better.
They loved it though, I guess that's all that matters.
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By booberfrog
Jul 8, 2006
First paid cake order for someone other than family.  This is a big chocolate transfer.  Broke is a few  of the narrow areas as I was putting it on the cake. I wanted to do a buttercream transfer, but I made 2 practice ones and I couldn't get it to release from the wax paper.   MMF rocks.  Two 9 x 13 cakes, white and chocolate.  I charge $30 which I feel is low.
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By mindy
Sep 18, 2005
21st birthday for a spongebob lover.  Chocolate transfer bob and patrick
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By mindy
Oct 9, 2005
This is my first chocolate transfer.  The black ran a little when I added the white chocolate.  (I tried to repair the eyes a little after the fact).
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By mohara
Jul 17, 2005
This is the first scratch, decorated cake that I have attempted.  I forgot to take a picture till we had eaten a couple of pieces but you get the idea.
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By carrielynnfields
Feb 17, 2006
baby shower cake with stork & toys in chocolate; basketweave sides
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By Fascination
Jul 6, 2006
Chocolate Transfer.  10-inch round, buttercream.  Lavender hearts are tinted white chocolate.
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By Anonymous
Apr 13, 2005
I made this last weekend.  It was my first Chocolate transfer and I made it into a not so great shaped plaque.  I was very proud of the way the gorilla turned out.  My customer said the 12yo birthday boy squealed like a little girl when he saw it.  That made me feel pretty good. It was chocolate cake with strawberry filling and WBH icing.
By cindy6250
Feb 25, 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
The couple married & had their reception river-side; they would depart the reception via boat so they picked this for their cake.  The boat and couple are hand molded.  Trees are choco transfer - uuggg very delicate!  and shells are choco molded. Tiers are iced in buttercream.   Unfortunately no matter how many times & ways I tried I could NOT get the man to sit up straight! :(
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By kakeladi
Mar 12, 2006
Chocolate fudge cake, with whipped ganache filling, and poured ganache frosting.  Colored chocolate decorations.  A surprise 50th birthday party cake.
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By izzybee
Mar 31, 2006
Half sheet cake with chocolate transfer of the new Battalion Logo. This was a gift to my husbands command & my first chocolate transfer. I had a blast making it. Unfortunately, my 3yo broke it before I could put it on the cake so the 1 is missing.
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By BellaRosa
Apr 5, 2006
fish are chocolate transfers.  critiques welcome!
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By mindy
Jan 16, 2006
This was my first attempt with WBH BC.  Liked the taste but found it melted in my hands when using it so I had to do royal icing flowers.  The girl is a chocolate transfer & the cross is piping gel to look like stained glass.  Any critiques or suggestions for improvements welcome!
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By swoboda
Apr 10, 2006
my handwriting is having a bad day. but i thought the transfer turned out pretty cool
By dandelion
Apr 23, 2006
Marble cake with BC and chocolate transfer for logo.  This is the second cake i've done for this company and its possible it might be a monthly job. (fingers crossed)
By tye
Feb 21, 2006
First attempt at a FBCT and with chocolate transfers (Dora and Swiper).  Will try both these methods again since they were so much, and I could use the practice!  Thanks to Squirrellycakes for the inspiration and the choc transfer instructions!
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By laneysmom
Apr 30, 2006
This fall wedding cake was iced with chocolate fondant and then with a gold leaf themed chocolate transfer sheet was adhered to the sides of the cake in a wavey pattern.  The leaves were also made of chocolate fondant, with veining and then dusted with gold and terracotta dusting powders.
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By hockeymom
Feb 21, 2006
Clifford Chocolate Transfer
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By mohara
Jul 17, 2005
I made this for a crawfish boil - it is a vanilla Dream Cake with Whimsical Bakehouse icing.  The sun is chocolate transfer.  It was a big hit.  The star border is a bit unimaginative, but I was short on time.  Square cake are much hard to ice than round ones!! I did not know that!!  I think I will stick to the crusting buttercream from now on.  It is so much easier to work with.
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By trombonekaren
May 7, 2006
I made this cake for my son's school carnival.  It was for the Kangaroo Hop (cake walk).  It is chocolate cake (doctored cake mix), BC icing, and chocolate transfers.  I'm in LOVE with CTs!  :)
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By rachaelwelch
May 7, 2006
i love chocolate transfers! i'm pretty proud of this one. my handwriting is actually readable. :)
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By dandelion
May 8, 2006
Did these chocolate transfers back in Jan 06 for DH birthday.  Used Wilton and Guittard melts, Wilton candy colors.  This was a first for me and I had fun making.  I need more practice.  Thanks Squirrely Cakes for the inspiration.
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By onebigdogmama
May 12, 2006
I made this for two colleagues at work who are retiring.  It is chocolate transfer with buttercream icing.  This is my second sun like this and I think I improved on the first one.  I used a parchment bag for the outline and I got a much finer line.  The inside is a vanilla cake and white chocolate mousse filling.  I also added sand and chocolate seashells when I took it to the party. I'll post that pic too.  Thanks for looking!!
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By trombonekaren
May 12, 2006
This is what it looked like when I took it to the party.  If anyone knows how to get that nice marbled appearance that is pictured on the outside of the seashell chocolate mold, please share!  I wanted those orange shells to be white and orange, but the two colors just melded...
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By trombonekaren
May 12, 2006
Isnt she just fun!  This is a chocolate transfer.. i even did the writing in chocolate, it was easy and dried fast.  Yellow cake with bc.
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By tye
May 22, 2006
Made for preschool teacher retirement. White and chocolate cake with BC frosting and chocolate transfers. I couldn't figure out how I was going to get the writing to go on straight and decided to do it as a chocolate transfer...I think it turned out pretty well. I am not thrilled with the cake..wish I'd left the roses off, but hopefully it'll be enjoyed by the teachers. Thanks to those on the site..I got the saying from someone else's cake.
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By cindww
May 24, 2006
This is a sour cream white cake from the CMD which is iced in BC. Airplane and banner are chocolate transfers, both of which broke! I think I'll stick to the FBCTs!
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By PinkPanther
Jun 2, 2006
Thought I'd try a few things from the Whimsical Bakehouse. I used the "house buttercream" recipe. I like the way it taste, but it's tricky to get it smooth. I also like the way the flower turned out....not bad for my first try i guess.
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By eryka1842
Jun 5, 2006
Floyd is a character developed by our church youth minister to illustrate children's services.  I made chocolate transfers of Floyd to decorate 2 dozen cupcakes for the minister's departure party.
By BlakesCakes
Jun 12, 2006
This was the most challenging, but great learning experience, cake I've decorated.  Made 6 color flow plaques of the graduate but they didn't dry in time.  Made them 3 days in advance.  Ended up using chocolate transfer.  Another experience, covered board with color flow just to have it absorb shortening from the frosting!  Over pretty pleased.  Cake is white with choc ganach filling.
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By PoodleDoodle
Jun 15, 2006
I was asked to make a simple housewarming cake, and to use the color blue on it. The flowers are royal icing, the butterfly wings are colorflow, the sign is a chocolate transfer, and the rest is buttercream.
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By tgirl22
Jun 17, 2006
Cake made for a boy's birthday.  Half side of cake is chocolate with chocolate fudge filling, other side is vanilla with strawberry filling.  King Kong and his name are chocolate transfers.
By PeaceOfCake
Jun 18, 2006
4 layers of chocolate fudge cake filled with ganache and chocolate mousse.  Covered in ganache and a chocolate transfer sheet.  The top"plaque" is white chocolate.
By erc11
Jun 24, 2006
Having my whole family together this past weekend, I wanted to make a grandkid cake.  I was very much inspired by bizgriff97's Sandcastle cake and used the same pattern for my fish and crabs.  This is a chocolate cake with raspberry mousse and buttercream.  The decorations were all made by chocolate transfer. In retrospect, I wouldn't have made the cake so busy, and when I made mirror images of the chocolate transfers, I should have made a "front" and "back" instead of two fronts for each of the kids. Oops!
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By ckkerber
Jun 28, 2006
My first chocolate transfer on top of a 6" cake.  What a learning experience.  I had a few air bubbles and the faces are kind of weird but overall not too bad for the first time.  It was fun and I hear the 2 year old birthday girl loved it.
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By crp7
Apr 24, 2006
This is a chocolate cake with raspberry buttercream filling and buttercream icing.  The music notes were done with chocolate transfer.
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By ckkerber
Jul 15, 2006


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