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By ange14843
Apr 25, 2010
Vegan chocolate with vegan "buttercream".
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By Nadiamama25
May 4, 2010
Day of the Dead themed bridal shower.  Roses are mad of fondant and the skull is hand painted and based off of our favors (which you can see on the right).
By CarolynsCakesandCreations
May 6, 2010
carved from a single layer 8" cake, was done for a g/f of a tattoo artist.  skull is carved and covered in fondant with buttercream frosting details
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By preciouspjs
May 10, 2010
I have wanted to make a Dia de los Muertos calavera for a long time and when I saw the gorgeous one that 'preciouspjs' posted a few days ago I just had to try! I had a leftover 7" round carrot cake & some buttercream with lemon zest.  Not the easiest thing to pipe with because the tip kept getting clogged with the zest so I had to use a #2 tip, but I'm happy with how it turned out. Especially since it took me less than 3 hours. That might not sound that fast to some but I'm usually pretty slow so for me it's huge!
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By bhv333
May 13, 2010
This was a cake to celebrate all the November birthdays in the choir where I sing. The Nov. 2nd Day of the Dead celebration in Mexico is my favorite holiday and every year I have an altar full of candles, orange marigolds, sugar skulls and "pan de muertos", the special bread with "tears" running down the sides. I've tried to recapture the feel of one of these altars here. Hope you like it!
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By Marianna46
May 31, 2010
Made for my friends birthday,  INSIDE : chocolate cake, chocolate buttercream OUTSIDE :   white chocolate fondant,  gumpaste roses dusted with black lustre powder, SUGAR SKULL COOKIES :  chocolate piped in different colors and designs on white chocolate skull shapes, chocolate striped cookies, STATUE : unedible and provided by my friends wife.
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By xCakeAddictx
Jun 13, 2010
Son has asked me to make his wedding cake, never made one before, so I practiced with this one.  14, 12,9,6 topper is not edible.  My prob, I used cakeboards and wooden dowels and let it sit for 2 days.  Seemed fine but when I did take it apart as if cutting it, the lower level was grossly gooey!  I cant image cutting this at a reception.  Got ahold of Stressfree cakes.com and they were amazing to me, called me personally the next day and because the system is a disk not a plate, I can see this will work great!  I will post the real cake in Oct when I make it.  I highly recommend them!
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By connie0603
Jun 16, 2010
Skulls are cereal treats covered in fondant, chocolate with chocolate fudge buttercream cakes.
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By TrixieTreats
Jun 29, 2010
This book is out of my sisters all time favorite movie Army of darkness. I did this all out of fondant layers.
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By MissKoller
Jul 6, 2010
grateful dead
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By mbr130
Jul 9, 2010
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By cleeg1
Jul 11, 2010
My client LOVES "Dead Dolls". Her husband asked me to make her a cake for her birthday. Fondant and gumpaste figures.
By bnmusician
Jul 16, 2010
if you like to hunt this is a great cake
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By mrsprinkles
Jul 24, 2010
A friend's birthday cake..all I know how to do at this point is bc transfers and am a little hesitant of fondant.  The cake was also tye-dyed on the inside.
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By IrishTorte
Aug 8, 2010
This is a cake that I did last halloween. The intestines are made from homemade marshmallow, bones are roulade cake, ribs are gumpaste, orgins are fondant covered redvelvet cake, maggots are white chocolate truffles (hand rolled in shape of maggot), face and main body is cake and molded rice treats covered with moldeling chocolate and fondant, The entire cake is airbrushed, covered with red and green piping gel, and steamed for a wet look. Very creepy to make!!!!!!!
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By solociachef21
Aug 15, 2010
Lady has some sense of humor :)
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By Lelka
Aug 15, 2010
this was a red velvet with cream cheese to go with the theme
By jessidel26
Aug 25, 2010
This cake was inspired by a haunted house in Lenior City, TN called Dead Man's Farm.  It is ALL edible...down to the evidence tag!  :)  Now who's hungry?  hahaha!
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By ohnoono
Sep 17, 2010
Back to school cake, fondant covered, Chocolate bears, buttercream icing, vanilla cake.
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By chefshawna
Sep 19, 2010
Tie-dyed cupcakes decorated as Jerry Garcia and the Grateful Dead's lightening bolt.  I cannot take credit for the design - client sent me a photo, I believe from someone in Florida.
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By DanaMae
Sep 29, 2010
carved freehand
By lydia78
Oct 2, 2010
I made these for a gathering last year.  I surprised myself with how fast I could bake and decorate when absolutely necessary-- usually I'm slower than molasses!  I'm sure I bookmarked the inspiration photo here on cake central, but it seems to have disappeared from my favorites (I'm assuming it was removed).
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By NoNameinNM
Oct 6, 2010
Strawberry cake with strawberry buttercream and chocolate ganache.  Covered in MMF with royal icing decorations and gumpaste roses.
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By dwatkins531
Oct 11, 2010
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By smoochesgooches
Oct 12, 2010
Slightly larger than life size skull made of Devil's food cake and Italian Butter Cream.  Covered with Fondant, stained with diluted gel color, finished with black petal dust and accented with black gum paste roses.
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By Pchef1999
Oct 18, 2010
Red Velvet, cream cheese butercream. Decorated in fondant, gumpaste, piping gel
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By cakesalot13
Oct 22, 2010
Cream cheese sugar cookies with fondant, buttercream, and sprinkles as decoration.
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By endymion
Oct 27, 2010
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By MerciCakes
Oct 27, 2010
a Lemon cake with lemon cream cheese filling. The rocks and leg are red velvet cake, Rocks are fondant, vulture, Skull and cowboy boot and eyeball  are  RKT covered in fondant. I used piping gel with corn syrup and red food coloring for the gore. ENJOY
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By liongatefarm
Oct 29, 2010
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By cake gallery
Oct 29, 2010
Autopsy cake with red velvet cake, MMF, white chocolate ribs, and MMF organs. Not as grotesque as some of the halloween cakes I have seen but I wanted people to eat it.
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By ddmudd
Oct 29, 2010
This was for a little boy who is turning 11 on Halloween. He wanted something gross, scary, creepy, weird, etc. etc. This is what I came up with. The bottom tier is a chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream. The top tier is white cake with vanilla buttercream. The dirt is ground up oreos (the ones with the fudge filling). The fingers were cookies, I found the recipe on CC. The bugs, eyes, ears, and mouth were made from fondant. I used coconut flakes that I dyed brown for the eyebrows. The blood was piping gel tinted reddish brown. It was a hit! I'm just glad to get it out of my kitchen because it scared me more everytime I saw it!
By LadyinaRedApron
Oct 30, 2010
I made this cake for a friends birthday.  She was born on Nov. 2nd, otherwise known as the Day of the Dead or Dia de los Muertos.  It's my first time posting a picture.   It is made of Mexican Chocolate cake, 9" round and 8" square carved together.  Covered in Fondant and hand painted with fondant decorations.
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By BakeHappy
Oct 31, 2010
By janinacakes
Nov 1, 2010
Used Wilton's 3D Skull cake and covered with fondant, then put onto a half-sheet cake.
By CathyJohnson
Nov 2, 2010
Rootbeer cake with bavarian cream filling (going for rootbeer float taste).  Covered with buttercream.  Fingers are starbursts - meant to be orange for Halloween, dirt is oreo cookies.
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By alittlesliceofhaven
Nov 2, 2010
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By Rcajd
Nov 4, 2010
wedding was held on Oct. 31, 2010. This is what the bride wanted.  Red MMF. black buttercream damask. Fondant skulls. Dark red chocolate for the blood. Thanks for looking!
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By Dolledupcakes
Nov 4, 2010
This cake was made for a Dia de los Muertos (day of the dead) celebration. The cake with strawberry cloud filling. The "applique" pieces - skulls, roses etc are royal icing that were piped into the desired shape then allowed to dry. They were then hand painted.
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By bhv333
Nov 7, 2010

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