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I made this for my mother-in-law, she is hugely into line dancing.
It is made out of rich fruit cake and iced with fondant icing.
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By lauracox79
Apr 20, 2006
I've officially become addicted to this site, thanks to my Wilton instructor. I decided to chart my progress with all of you. I made this cake in place of the rainbow cake since it had the same concept of filling in with stars. My almost 3-year-old daughter LOVED it! The colors were hot pink and bright yellow, although the picture doesn't show too well.
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By chrissielsu
Sep 12, 2006
Those Wilton Smiley face candles are so much fun to work with...except when one of their little heads falls off during delivery!  This was for a friend's one year old party ~ lemon cake with bc icing.  Another version of "Kicking Up Their Heels" in the 2005 Wilton yearbook.
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By wyatt
Jul 18, 2006
This cake was made for a guy's 50th Birthday Bash.  Obviously, it was a Hawaiian Themed Party!  I got the idea from a Debbie Brown book and just embellished it a bit.
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By CakesUnleashed
Oct 7, 2006
I made this for my sister-in-laws 30th. She loves music and dancing and is a bit out there so I thought this would suit her!! She loved it!
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By YummyFireMummy
Oct 9, 2006
I made this cake for a friend's daughter's 5th birthday.  The mom requested a maypole cake with girls dancing around it.  I tried to use Cakes by Nancy's idea for the ballet dancers, still need some practice.  The cakes are covered with buttercream and MMF, the girls are cupcakes with MMF and maypole is a chopstick covered with MMF.  All the girls at the party loved it!
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By stephanie73
Oct 26, 2006
My first 3D cake, well kind of my second because I helped my DH with the army tank. Not bad for being the first. Ladybug is a cupcake, top for body and part of the bottom for face. Used Wilton Dancing Daisies pan. All buttercream except for spots, legs and antennae.
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By CakeDesigns
Dec 2, 2006
Grateful Dead birthday cake has Jerry and Dancing Bear made from small bear  3d pan. The small dancing bears are chocolate transfers and the skull was done w/ clear piping gel transfer.  Thanks for looking.
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By my2sunshines
Sep 14, 2006
I made this cake for a bake sale raffle. White cake, buttercream icing,fbt  tree,snowflakes are made from royal icing made in advance. It was fun to make.
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By newfyicing
Dec 24, 2006
I realized I had missed posting this cake from way back in June.  This design came from a birthday card.  The girl and flowers are all done in chocolate.
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By fytar
Jan 9, 2007
Barbie cake done with Wilton Wondermold and than put on another 9" cake for the base.  Covered in fondant with buttercream swirls painted with 24K gold.  Individual cupcakes for the kids each with hand modelled ballet slippers and a name tag.
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By tripletmom
Jan 13, 2007
Barbie from the 12 Dancing Princesses.  All BC, Barbie is an edible image of the DVD jacket.
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By beachcakes
Jan 18, 2007
A second party was for my sister for her square dancing friends.  This was a FBCT but the black icing that I was using doesn't freeze well so I had to recoat it afterwards.  It was very simple
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By dhmichaud
Jan 20, 2007
Barbie doll Wilton pan with fondant, lustre dusts and buttercream for details with airbrushed colors.  Crown is fondant with royal swirls painted with gold lustre.
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By sugarnut
Jan 29, 2007
My first time making a Princess cake and I am so happy with the results!  Thanks to jennycakes and DianaLM for all their tips and advice - sure made things easier.  Its for my sons preschool teachers daughter.  Vanilla cakes - top with vanilla icing and fondant, bottom w/ rapsberry filling and chocolate icing.  One thing I definitely learned was to roll your fondant out BIG to cover the wondermold.  I had to reroll about 5 times to get the right size and by then it was starting to dry and tear.
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By zoraya
Oct 19, 2007
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By cakeninja
Feb 5, 2007
BC iced cake with edible images and edible image plaques and a bunch of pixie dust.
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By missyek
Dec 8, 2006
A detail shot of my daughters Barbie in the 12 Dancing Princesses cake. She was in love at first sight!!
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By mandytagg
Feb 6, 2007
The top is a large FBCT.  I used my Microsoft Publisher program to make a sketch of the picture like a coloring page.  I need to take an art class to learn how to make eyes - LOL!
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By Steady2Hands
Feb 19, 2007
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By Cg24
Feb 24, 2007
White Almond Sour Cream cake with bc icing.   I did the FBCT and it looked perfect!  I left it in the freezer until time to make the cake.  But when I went to put the transfer on the cake, part of it stuck to the parchment!!  I was not happy with it, as it had what looked liked air pockets, not to mention the fact  that her arm broke!  I had to retrace some of the outline and her eyes, nose and mouth stuck too, so I had to recreate those.  She looks like she has on too much eye make-up.
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By thems_my_kids
Mar 2, 2007
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By midialjoje
Mar 4, 2007
The idea was taken from Debbie Brown's Enchanted Cakes book. My daughter was having a fairy party for her 5th birthday so I tweaked the design accordingly.
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By julesn20716
Mar 11, 2007
The mom wanted a cake to match her "Dancing Kids" themed party for her 2 y/o. This is what I came up with. Covered in BC and kids in MMF.
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By icedideas
Apr 11, 2007
I've made this cake as a thank you gift for my ballroom dancing partner who has been really good to me in my first year of classes (he's been dancing for 9 years)! I take my bronze exam next week and he has scheduled lots of his spare time with me for extra practice.  1 8in layer of Toba's Chocolate Fudge cake torted and filled with orange-Grand Marnier buttercream. Covered with fondant, dusted with sparkle dust and decorated with chocolate transfer, fondant letters and stars and silver dragrees.
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By MikeRowesHunny
Apr 19, 2007
After I finished decorating, I realized that Hello Kitty's nose was suppose to be yellow. Oooops!!! :)
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By Michele25
Apr 28, 2007
This cake I did for my boss. He is the one dancing (looks like harry potter haha) and his wife (thats not happy) on the left. Figurines and cakes covered out of fondant.
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By Delicate-Lee
Apr 28, 2007
This is a birthday cake made for my niece before finding this forum.  Her skirt is all buttercream (her top is a doll top from one of my daughter's dolls).   Just imagine how much smoother she would be now that I know about the viva method!!
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By cakeislove
Apr 28, 2007
it was with buttercream icing and airbrush color.  it as made for my 
8 years little girl who like to dance jazz. it was inspire from IGA cake in
DECOPAC.COM
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By NATH
May 1, 2007
Co-worker's birthday cake- is a variation of a wilton dancing daisy cake.  It was fun, and she loved it.
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By tiffo
May 10, 2007
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By cakediva213
May 12, 2007
This was made for a man who loves the 50's. His daughter just wanted a 50's theme with a jukebox & records & that he liked Buddy Holly so this is what I came up with. I hand painted Buddy & the other things are fondant cut outs.
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By sillyoldpoohbear
May 14, 2007
12/8 stack. Buttercream with fondant decorations.
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By sarahnichole975
May 22, 2007
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By kellycakes4949
May 30, 2007
I made this for my daughter's 4th birthday. She is obsessed with Barbie in the 12 Dancing Princesses. It was funfetti cake w/pink buttercream. I had so much fun on this one!
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By mandytagg
Feb 6, 2007
this was made for a young lady turning 13 who does hip hop dancing so using a knife i marked on a wooden floor(stage) painted with brown colouring and rose water mix.  made her and the stereo out of fondant i did cheat however and use a mould to make the teen but then dressed her in her hip hop dance clothes and boots. was  a mudcake with vanilla buttercream.
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By Ariginal
Jun 20, 2007
Here's my Niece's Birthday Cake.  She wanted Barbie in the 12 Dancing princesses so I took my daughter's actual doll (on the right) and used it as inspiration for the cake.  Doll pan in yellow cake with BC icing.  Her clothes are fondant and gold luster dust accents.  her skirt is made to sparkle by using clear gold disco dust.   My niece was more interested in eating her clothes than the cake!  Enjoy!
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By stlalohagal
Jul 13, 2007
sheet cake with BC.  found the clip art design on line but free handed it.
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By cohen1
Jul 28, 2007
Two layers. I was trying to make the cake look like the square dancers skirts. I don't like my daiisies, I made them out of gumpaste but didin't have time for them to dry. Do they even look like daisis? I literally had one day to plan this cake.
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By tasteebakes
Sep 10, 2007
Chocolate 4 layer cake with fudge filling, Chocolate BC, boots are chocolate sugar cookies with royal icing, cacti are vanilla sugar cookies w/royal icing.
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By GraceHope
Oct 6, 2007

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