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I made this cookie for a Motorcycle (not Hell's Angels, LOL) Club that my husband and I ride with sometimes.  This was for a party to celebrate the 4th year the group has been together.  I wanted to make something different so I tried a BCT on a cookie instead a cake.  Note to self, when doing a BCT on an uneven surface, put some icing down to smooth it out.  The image broke in several places after it thawed out and settled.  I think maybe a sugar cookie might work better but hubby prefers chocolate chip.
By smileyface
Sep 25, 2005
My daughter's 4th birthday cake.  I used loaf pans and ingenuity!  It was a super cute very easy cake which is good when you are also throwing the party.
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By cordy
Mar 11, 2006
These card suits were part of a "casino" collection that included card suits, dice and cards.  They were made as a "Have fun in Vegas" gift.
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By bonniebakes
Mar 1, 2006
This cake was for a Red Hat Club Luncheon.  They did not want a whole cake with red icing (although kids love the stained mouth look, adults don't!) so this was my alternative. Ribbons and flowers were made from the candy clay recipe.
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By kimzkakes
Apr 27, 2006
Two layer cake for my mom's drama club party.  She teaches at a School for the Blind so I made cookies for her blind students with their initials in Braille and cookies with initials in print for the large print kids.  I take it to them tomorrow...hope it makes the hour drive!!!
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By lkuptain
May 9, 2006
Made for my dad's birhtday...obviously a golf fanatic.  Chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream.  Fondant golf club and ball.
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By Schmoop
Jun 1, 2006
This cake was made for a dear friend's surprise party.  And since, if I'm not baking or spending time with family, I'd rather be golfing...I love it!  Accents made from mmf.
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By frankandcathy
Jun 4, 2006
I did this cake for the book club I'm involved in.  We were reading the James Frey book "A Million Little Pieces" and this is my replica of it.  The actual book is next to the cake in the photo.  Marble cake w/ buttercream
By Lelo
Mar 11, 2006
Marble cake with caramel filling. Covered in MMF with fondant details. My daugher helped make the clubs and tees and added her own touch with the 'g' for 'golf'. Everything is edible. Thanks for looking!
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By jdab
Jun 13, 2006
My daughter's only wish was that she had a BIG cake and it had to be Winx Club in some way! I wanted it to be very girly just like her - 6in lemon top tier, 8in chocolate middle tier and the 10in bottom tier is strawberry - all from scratch with matching buttercream fillings. Whole cake is covered in homemade rolled fondant with edible disco glitter on the cut-outs and the wired topper. Winx fairies were bought (as part of her birthday gifts!). Borders are royal icing.
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By MikeRowesHunny
Jun 30, 2006
French Vanilla cake iced in buttercream with fondant/spaghetti accents.  Trees are pretzels with royal icing.
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By susgene
Jul 30, 2006
These cupcakes were made for my 3 yr old daughter's Pee Wee Club meeting.  The children all wear sailor hats.  The cupcakes are  yellow cake, white BCI covered in home made fondant.  I really had lots of fun making these little guys!  I was devestated when my daughter dumped the tray of them 10 minutes before we left!!! (she was trying to help! ) I had to stop off at the store and buy snacks...Oh well, I can laugh about it now and yes I did remake them for the next week!
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By kjb
Aug 24, 2006
Made for my daughter's teacher...husband turned 40 and obviously loves golf!  Chocolae cake, buttercream icing and all the accents are fondant.
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By Schmoop
Oct 12, 2006
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By midialjoje
Dec 11, 2006
made this cake for my daughter's 7th birthday.  The topper is made with fun foam, I made the hat to match with fun foam.I use puffy paint and markers to get the detail. This was before I started to use teniques for cake decorating. My 2 friends and I took a Wilton cake course together. Lots of fun!
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By newfyicing
Dec 25, 2006
This was my first and possibly only attempt at a golf cake.  I got the idea for this cake from a cake website but can't remember the name of it.  Their's was much better than mine!
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By fytar
Jan 8, 2007
I made this cake for our club's award night.  This was my first buttercream transfer.  I thought it turned out really nice.
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By SarahJane
Jun 5, 2006
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By Twisted_Sifter
Jan 15, 2007
Decorated in RI.  These were birthday cookies for a HUGE golf fan.  I've seen the golf bag design 100 times but now have a bunch of ideas on patterns, etc.  Looking forward to making this again just to try out some original designs.
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By cookiecreations
Jan 23, 2007
Made for a guy who likes golf! Handle is wood covered in fondant, all silver dusted too.
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By Ginger08
Feb 10, 2007
Made with NFSC and marshmallow fondant
By EverlastingSweets
Mar 25, 2007
Trying to get some Father's Day cookies together. NF with RBC and royal.
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By yankeegal
Mar 26, 2007
Golf Bag
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By Barbend
Mar 29, 2007
My 2nd 3D stand-up cake made for a friend's daughter 5th birthday. All buttercream with royal icing flowers and leaves.
I had to add another layer of 10" as the base as I was using the whole doll and the wonder mold was a bit too short for that.
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By odm_post
Apr 14, 2007
I made this cake for a Family BBQ for the newly founded Patterson, Ca. Mama's & Me group. A group for stay home and working mothers and thier families!!!  My first time making shell borders (which i taught myself, lol) and using an edible image! Everyone loved it!  I also wrote some words around the edges. (Family, Friends, Love, Kids)
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By CaliAngel
Apr 15, 2007
This was for my daughters Beta Club meeting where new members were inducted.  It is White/almond with BC icing.  I enlarged the emblem and used piping gel to transfer it to the cake.
By bamagirl92
May 12, 2007
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By nutellasandwiches
May 21, 2007
Pineapple cake with pineapple filling, bc & easy mmf.
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By nautkl1
May 29, 2007
There was an LPGA turnament in our friends neighborhood last week.  So I made this cake to take over an share.  The cake is WASC covered in BC with fondant and gumpaste accents.  The clubs and ball are Rice Crispies covered in BC and then fondant.  I found that was easier than the last time when i just used gumpaste.  They were a lot lighter, and they even ate them...
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By acookieobsession
Jun 3, 2007
More sample cookies for father's day.
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By zacharysmom
Jun 9, 2007
This is just a fun cake done for a friends husband who loves playing cards.  The cake is creme brulee and BC with fondant accents.  The dice items are store-bought.  Everything else is edible except the cards and the saying on the foam boards.  Enjoy!
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By SugarBakerz
Jul 1, 2007
made this cake for the book club at school. icing is buttercream, book cover ic fondant
By ronnie1056
Jul 17, 2007
This cakes was created for a golf player. The cake is covered in fondant to resemble a golf bag. I used fondant and gumpaste to create the golf balls, the golf tees and the golf club heads. Dowel rods were used the make the club shafts.
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By aminton
Jul 18, 2007
Chocolate cake w/choc. BC covered w/MMF , then airbrushed black.
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By doitallmom
Jul 18, 2007
My hastily made cake and a scary day, but everyone loved it, so I guess that's what counts! So, if you ever double the milk in your recipe, there is still hope! LOL
By berryblondeboys
Jan 11, 2007
Cake covered in fondant. Shoe and hand made from RCT. Head is a grapefruit  covered in fondant. Tried to make the head with RCT but it was too heavy.  Some BC decoration.
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By go_tamar
Aug 4, 2007
By Barbend
Aug 9, 2007
This Golf bag cake was for my husbands birthday.
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By ozcake
Aug 10, 2007
all mmf. clubs etc.  all mmf.  100% edible.  No gumpaste
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By srmaxwell
Aug 12, 2007
10" round chocolate fudge cake filled with chocolate ganache. The 4" squares are also chocolate fudge with a chocolate chip filling. All cakes are covered in MMF. Cards are made from gumpaste. Suits are made from MMF. Poker chips are not edible. Please let me know what you think.
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By msamson9
Aug 14, 2007


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