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I made this for a baby shower where my daughter teaches 1st grade. The credit for the pattern goes to Amylou who posted her cake pic a couple weeks ago. She posted and the next day I got a plate with the theme which was a clothesline. It was a big hit, thanks Amylou. Anyway since my daughter was putting all the gifts she'd bought into a wicker laundry basket I made a big oval cake and did it in a basket weave, my first attempt, to match her basket. I'm pleased with the result.
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By CarolAnn
Apr 13, 2005
This is a butter cake filled with raspberry flavor buttercream. Bottom tier is a  14"x4" petal shape, 2nd tier 10"x3" round and the 3rd tier is 6"x4" square.  All covered in fondant, flowers and buttons are gum paste, swirls and grass are royal icing.  The clothesline cross bars are lollipop sticks and the clothes are 3-D stickers. The top tier is quilted for extra whimsy. This was for my best girlfriend to welcome her little baby Carter to the world
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By SweetTcakes
Sep 17, 2005
Baby shower cake for a dear friend.  Inspiration came from Sharon's Sugar Shack.
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By beachcakes
Sep 20, 2005
Here is my take on the popular clothesline cake. BC icing and accents, clothes and basket are made from gumpaste. Pacifiers are plastic cake decorations.
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By mamafrogcakes
Oct 8, 2005
10" French vanilla cake filled with chocolate buttercream.  Iced with buttercream with fondant booties, flowers and clothesline.  Idea from does such beautiful cakes!!!
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By tripletmom
Nov 20, 2005
Here is my take on that great clothesline cake.  I finally had the opportunity to make this one for a friend at our church baby shower. I SHOULD have taken photos before I left my house (and tried but the batteries died), because the BC cracked before the shower.  I did a little fix job, but it doesn't look as nice as it did at home.  I was sick about it, but I got rave reviews anyways. This was my first shot with any kind of fondant, and I used MMF for the clothes.  I had a blast doing it!!
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By rachaelwelch
Nov 21, 2005
Another version of the clothesline cake (back view).  This cake flew as carry-on from NY to FL and survived quite well, except for the gumpaste booties so I covered them w/ curling ribbon.
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By beachcakes
Dec 14, 2005
Here is my rendition of a clothesline baby shower cake I've seen posted by many people on this site. The cake is iced smooth in buttercream with fondant decorations.
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By pinkflamingo
Jan 19, 2006
This is a clothesline cake I made for my sister-in-law's shower.  I copied the clothesline off of her shower invitations.  I am really happy with it, I hope she will be too!
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By tammiemarie
Jan 28, 2006
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By CakeDesigns
Jan 30, 2006
This is a chocolate cake, frosted with chocolate icing...covered with fondant. It is for a baby shower for my husbands co-worker. It's just my version of the other popular "oh boy" baby shower cakes that are done so well on here. Thanks for the inspiration! I hope you likey...thanks for looking!
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By farney0125
Feb 1, 2006
Here is a cake for a lady who didn't know the gender of her baby. Although the colors don't show it, the top and bottom tiers are yellow and the middle is pale green. Buttercream icing with fondant decorations.
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By pinkflamingo
Feb 13, 2006
I absolutely love the design of this cake and give 100% credit to Amylou for her creative design that I copied from.  I had to try it out myself and it was a huge hit.  All buttercream, yellow cake with strawberry filling.
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By sweetcreation
Feb 22, 2006
This was my first clothesline cake.  My free-hand laundry basket turned out a bit big and had to take it off of the top of the cake and place it off to the side which smudged the decoration on the left.  But I think it turned out pretty well considering it was 2am when I finished.
By christyA
Feb 23, 2006
Cake for a joint baby shower at DH's police station.  Lemon cake with raspberry mousse filling.  BC icing with MMF decorations.  I think I'll let gravity do it's thing before I ice the layers next time to maybe help with the buldge.  I'd love to hear any suggestions.
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By sk8gr8md
Feb 27, 2006
Decorated to match shower decorations.
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By traci
Mar 5, 2006
I made this for a girlfriend's shower.  My first time making & using MMF, great fun!  From the Wilton 2006 yearbook.  Also my first time using Baker's Butter Cream, a recipe I got from CC!  EVERYTHING was eaten!
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By wyatt
Mar 14, 2006
2-Tier cake covered in MMF with fondant decorations and trim.  Border was a shell border with hand-made fondant buttons over the shell.  All decorations were hand-made from fondant and applied to the cake with royal or vanilla.
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By CakesByEllen
Mar 21, 2006
Yellow cake Lemon and Pineapple filling. Booties and baby clothes are made of fondant
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By cakedeco
Mar 27, 2006
This was the 1st time I used fondant & I must say... it was a pain in the rear! I couldn't get the fondant to lay flat w/out creasing on the sides. I was thrilled w/ the outcome of the whole cake! Everyone loved the cake at the shower. The cake was a 3 layered 3 tiered iced in bc then covered in fondant. The layers were choco, strawberry & vanilla (like neopolitan). This was a huge hit!
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By ajeffery2001
Apr 23, 2006
Loved this in the Wilton Book, my boss & his wife adopted a beautiful baby girl, I had been making buttons in preparation. Lots of work, but enjoyed making it. Of course, you know what you would do differently or to make it better. Wish I had used my own cake board, covered with something nicer. I totally forgot, and didn't want to move the cake last minute. Lemon Cake with lemon filling. Took it to the shower today...Enjoyed by all!
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By kettlevalleygirl
Apr 30, 2006
This is my first stacked cake, first MMF covered cake, first MMF cutouts! I got the idea from several cakes here in the gallery.
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By janetwhitson
May 4, 2006
Inspired from the site-thank you!  First MMF "frosting" job...dry and cracked???  HELP!  This was for my sister's baby shower which had a baseball theme for a baby girl.
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By margery
May 7, 2006
6" & 8" rounds frosted in buttercream with MMF baby clothes and buttons. First time making baby shoes which are painted with pearl luster dust. Fabric ribbon for shoe laces. (Thanks to cali4dawn's bootie tutorial.)
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By KimAZ
May 7, 2006
This cake was for a baby shower that had a clothesline theme.  I changed up Wilton's version because they wanted a Boston Creme cake with chocolate ganache icing.  I didn't much care for the brown background on the cake, but they loved it...Whew!  Thanks for looking!
By MellyD
May 10, 2006
My version of the clothes line cake that everyone has done.
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By krispy
May 11, 2006
Inspired by many other versions here at CC. Fondant clothes, buttons, blanket, bear, rattle, clothespins & letters. Booties are marshmallows covered with buttercream.
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By KimAZ
May 20, 2006
This was my first attempt at the ever popular clothesline cake. I made it for a teacher at my son's school. It is a 2 layer doctored yellow 9x13. Regular vanilla BC filling and frosting and fondant pieces. I hope that she likes it. She asked for just a plain white cake that said "Welcome, Baby", so I pray that she isn't disappointed that I didn't do that. I tried, but it looked so plain that I thought I would die!! Thanks for all of the inspiration I got from you guys, especially Amylou! Feedback, please!!!
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By tanyascakes
May 21, 2006
The "boy" cake for the twin boy/girl shower.  8 inch dark chocolate fudge with buttercream and MMF accents.
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By potatocakes
May 22, 2006
Sorry for the sideways photo! Ooops! Buttercream with MMF accents.
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By MommyEdzards
Jun 4, 2006
This is my thrid time doing this type of clothesline cake. I'm trying to vary the borders and clothes a tiny bit each time just so it's not exactly the same. 6" & 8" rounds frosted in buttercream.  Fondant buttons, clothes and baby shoes.
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By KimAZ
Jun 8, 2006
My first "paid" fondant cake-designed to go with shower invites. I think I could enjoy these kinds of cakes if I did them more often-I'm terribly slow since I do them so infrequently. Inside was chocolate cake filled with raspberry cream.
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By saranac2000
Jun 20, 2006
This cake was inspired by tammiemarie.  I made this for my sister's shower.  This was my first "airbrush" cake.
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By katrich00
Jun 24, 2006
1/2 yellow & 1/2 chocolate 1/2 sheet cake ordered by a co-worker
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By susgene
Jun 29, 2006
I got this idea from a few cakes on this website.  The clothes, basket, and tree leaves were made from fondant.
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By TToomer
Jul 4, 2006
Bottom layer, chocolate w/ choc. fill. Top layer, white w/ fresh strawberries and whip cream filling. Cutouts are mmf, everything else is buttercream. I made a few mistakes, but overall I enjoyed making this cakes. Thanks for looking!
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By ozzynjojo
Jul 5, 2006
I was inspired by the clothesline cakes on this site to make this cake.  The boy's room is being decorated in a sports theme.  This was the first time I attempted to do freehand fondant work and I had so much fun.  The icing is buttercream; all the balls, bat, cleates, and jerseys are fondant.
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By Ang78
Jul 27, 2006
I decided to try the Oh Boy cake as a half sheet.
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By chefdot
Jul 30, 2006
from the wilton yearbook (2006 I think).  The baby on top is made of gumpaste.   Covered in marshmallow fondant with marshmallow fondant clothesline, clothes and buttons.
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By kookiblah
Aug 3, 2006
One cake out of 2 for a "twins" baby shower
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By Amylou
Apr 13, 2005


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