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This is a practice confirmation cake...made it to put the picture in my portfolio.  Thanks for looking!
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By cakefairy18
Dec 20, 2005
This is an 11x15 with half yellow,half chocolate cake. Everything's buttercream except the cross which is fondant painted with gold lustre dust.
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By monstersmom
Apr 13, 2006
The cake was done for a local church for Confirmation.  I had been searching on-line for ideas for confirmation cakes, so I thought I would post this one I did so others may get some ideas.  It was really easy to do, and it is all done in bc.
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By hockeymom
Apr 13, 2006
Baptism/communion/confirmation cakes made for my son and his fiance.
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By ChrisJ
Mar 14, 2007
I used Wilton's cross pan for this and then used candy melts for the white cross part and the circle in the middle.  It gave it a cool 3-D effect.
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By divaofcakes
Apr 15, 2006
Cake for DH's First Communion/Confirmation - he converted on Easter, hence the lilies.  fondant covered tiramisu cake.  Chalice, wheat, grapes, lilies made from gumpaste.  First time making gumpaste flowers.  Bible from fondant, lustre dust letters.
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By beachcakes
Apr 16, 2006
Cross cookies for DH's First Communion/Confirmation.  No fail sugar cookie, Fondant w/ BC accents.
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By beachcakes
Apr 16, 2006
I had to "throw" this cake together.  There are some things I wanted to do different and others I wanted to add but rean out of time.  The kids loved it. The cake is half yellow, half choc w/BC.  The grapes are malted milk balls brushed with purple luster dust. - FYI-Kool aid does make frosting red but it does NOT taste so good unless someone likes the sour taste!
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By jewels625
Apr 18, 2006
1/2 sheet cake, all buttercream.  Done for a confirmation event.  The design is from the confirmation certificate.  It was not easy writing the words small.  It was also for boys and girls, so I didn't want it to have a flowery border or flowery accents.
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By sweetcreation
Apr 18, 2006
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By midialjoje
Apr 27, 2006
i made this cake for a boy who had his confirmation i saw a few ideas from this site thank you guys for ideas im happy the way it came out thanks for looking  its all b/c and the praying hands are made of choclate
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By heavensgirl1734
Apr 30, 2006
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By midialjoje
May 1, 2006
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By midialjoje
May 1, 2006
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By midialjoje
May 1, 2006
Cake for boy's first communion.  Bottom layer is chocolate fudge with chocolate mousse filling.  Top is white cake with strawberry filling.  Fondant roses and whipped frosting.  This was my first attempt at stacking cakes.
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By PeaceOfCake
May 6, 2006
Cake for girl's confirmation.  Bottom layer is chocolate cake with chocolate fudge filling.  Top is lemon cake with lemon filling.  Fondant roses, white chocolate cross, and BC frosting.  This cake went with the other cake in my pics (it was for a brother and sister).
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By PeaceOfCake
May 6, 2006
chocolate and white cakes filled with raspberry mousse and chocolate mousse. Covered in fondant
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By frulund2600
May 7, 2006
This is my first large order done for St. Anne's church.  They are 12" strawberry with an 8" banana tier, with 10" side cakes.  These cakes kept me up until 2 a.m. decorating after an 8 hour job but I had a great time :- )
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By ChrisJ
Mar 14, 2007
Church windows and letters are made of royal icing.
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By SoldierJunkie
May 11, 2006
This is a cake I made for my nephew's First Communion.
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By MG
May 13, 2006
A girls confirmationcake. Carrotcake with cherrychees cream inside, covered with fondant.
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By elin
May 13, 2006
for cousins
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By midialjoje
May 14, 2006
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By midialjoje
May 14, 2006
All yellow cake. The decorations are made of fondant
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By kgunn
May 14, 2006
I made this cake for my friend's son's Confirmation.
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By Michele25
May 17, 2006
Chocolate cake, chocolate icing, MMF cross and letters, and royal icing flowers and leaves.
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By Sammy-2002
May 20, 2006
This cake was an 18x24" sheet cake, done for a Confirmation.  The young man this was made for attends a local Lutheran school and the confirmation, is part of the 8th grade promotion at his school.  The cake was large enough that we were able to write out his Bible verse with the edible image.
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By gmcakes
Mar 18, 2007
This is a whole sheet cake with buttercream icing and fondant dove.
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By mariak
May 24, 2006
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By Kimmiekinkins
May 27, 2006
Just another upload of the same cake (I only had a closeup of the roses, before).
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By loree001
May 29, 2006
French vanilla cake baked in the Wilton cross pan.  Iced in buttercream with fondant bow and mini flowers around sides of cake.  I called this bow the 'Dolly Parton' of bows cuz it was so big compared to the size of the cake!
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By tripletmom
May 29, 2006
This is for an order It is for a confirmation for a  boy. She liked the roses in the middle but didn't want it too girly so I went with a sterling rose color and used the vines and leaves for some color. It is white cake with chocolate BC in the center and the arms of the cross are chocolate with mocha filling. The whole thing is covered in the whipped BC.
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By mushbug9
Jun 4, 2006
9X13 chocolate cake filled with chocolate buttercream and iced in vanilla buttercream.  This design is from Bethel Bakery.
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By tripletmom
Jun 5, 2006
This cake was made for a girls confirmation. Chocolatecake inside. 
In the from there are a small cat and a dog.
Flowers all by gumpaste.
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By elin
Jun 13, 2006
This is a cake I have made for different religious events - confirmation, baptism, and other celebrations at our church.  It is made with buttercream icing and the design piped on with either a #16 or #18 tip, depending on size of the cake.  Got the idea from a cake in one of the old Wilton books.
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By valwal
Jun 18, 2006
Made from double-mix cake pan.  Fondant covered,
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By krstik
Jun 29, 2006
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By midialjoje
Jul 15, 2006
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By practiceandpatience
Jul 22, 2006
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By midialjoje
Jul 29, 2006
This cake was made for a celebration welcoming our new priest and blessing our new rectory.  Could also be done for any religious occasion, baptisms, etc.  The 'stucco' effect was acheived by first icing the cake in buttercream and allowing it to crust, then thinning out some buttercream with water until it had a thin consistency and then I patted it onto the cake with a paper towel scrunched up.
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By loree001
Jul 24, 2005

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