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An excellent birthday cake dotted throughout with custom made EDIBLE figurines, made of sugarpaste. This cake is large at 20"x32" and all the musical toys move creating quite the festive cake for any child... Contact me for more info on our EDIBLE FIGURINES.. infoATletskew.com
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By Cynch
Apr 13, 2005
Made this for my best friend's 3 yr. old daughter.  Her hair looks kind of wierd becaues I had to pull it up until the icing dried.
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By MaddieCakes
Apr 13, 2005
This is my first try at cake decorating.  I used to have my neighbor do my cakes and wanted to start doing them myself.  This cake I made for my daughter's 3rd bithday.  Any comments, suggestions appreciated.
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By CMCGINNIS
May 12, 2005
Sheet cake with teal icing, oversprayed with Wilton Blue food spray....Nemo & Dori are Happy Meal toys....other small characters are picks....#16, #18, and #352 coral formations on sides.
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By FlourGirl
May 21, 2005
Hey JoJo, Whatdya say? This is the very first cake I've been paid for! WooHoo! None of the local bakeries had anything pre-fab for JoJo, so a friend recommended me to do the cake.  It's a chocolate cake, BCT of JoJo, Goliath & Croakie.  Little Maggie was very excited when she saw it.
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By momsandraven
Jun 11, 2005
10x10 cake, torted.  Design done with Buttercream Transfer method.
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By CakesByEllen
Jun 13, 2005
Detail of the BCT.
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By CakesByEllen
Jun 13, 2005
Cake is 10" and 6" with the top carved into a tent. Cakes are iced in BC and all decorations are in fondant. I painted the characters but next time I'll just color the fondant in the first place.
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By reiscakes
Jul 9, 2005
A friends kid's birthday boy, A BCT and boy was it hard... I ended up in tears and my mom had to come and rescue me from the sadness of it all... It looks great now but it was pretty sad but this was my first BCT so really after much drinking I feel great about it... hehehe...
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By kristingeorge
Aug 20, 2005
8" chocolate cake filled with ganache and iced with buttercream.  Picture is a FBCT that completely covers the top.
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By tripletmom
Sep 3, 2005
This was my first doll cake I did for a little girls 5th birthday.  It is on top of a 10" round cake iced with buttercream icing and red roses.  The doll is fondant with gold luster dust.
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By dkay
Sep 10, 2005
This work take a lot time but I like it.
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By Saborita
Sep 20, 2005
Let me just say........I love BCT!!!!!!  So easy to do!!!!
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By _ChristyB_
Sep 23, 2005
Disney princess Castle
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By heatherj
Sep 24, 2005
I used the disney princess tiara kit for the jewels and emblems.
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By umfalcon
Sep 24, 2005
I made these for my twin girls who just had their 2nd Birthday Party.  Turrets and tiara are MMF, window pictures are cello favor bags cut to size.  Buttercream decorations and gumpaste roses.  Cakes are (6inch) vanilla with chocolate ganache and (8inch) chocolate with Oreo cookie cream filling.
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By mvucic
Oct 1, 2005
I had never even heard of this technique until I joined this website(last week!), and I couldn't wait to try it! You have really inspired me!-THANKS...
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By gmcakes
Mar 15, 2007
MMF fondant covered cake......wondermold body, cake molded for head, arms and tail. buttercream crumb coat and mmf fondant in violet and hot pink.
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By Egotrip77
Oct 9, 2005
Here is a cake for 3 year old Emily! Top tier is banana cake w/banana BC icing and filling. Bottom tier is french vanilla cake w/raspberry preserve filling and vanilla BC. Drop flowers are royal. Scrolls w/BC and edible pearls. 
A BIG THANK YOU!!! to my cake buddy missmersh! I could not have come up with this without her. Thank you!!!
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By mamafrogcakes
Oct 22, 2005
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By lisamarie182
Oct 25, 2005
This cake was freakin'huge! This is a Disney Princess cake for my neice's 6th birthday. The towers are papertowel and toiletpaper rolls covered in MMF. The tops of the towers are sugar cones. The cakes are 2 1/2 sheet cakes stacked on the bottom in chocolate, the top is 2 yellow round 7" cakes.The flowers are all MMF and the entire cake is iced in bettercreme.(Yea...I know! But that's what she wanted and I didnt have to make it!) I had a blast doing this cake. It was so much fun!
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By kraftychristy
Nov 7, 2005
This was a cake for my SIL's friend for her little girl. I used the DecoPac 4 Princesses set and just followed the design instructions. She loved it!
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By HeatherMari
Nov 10, 2005
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By JennB
Jan 1, 2006
my littel sisiter had desined this ....she had knew what tree she wanted and also that she wanted 6 tinkerbells on them. 
because she was turning six....so i put 5 here and made her a small smash cake like a mushroom for the 6th.

MMF accents .........
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By lastingmoments
Jan 2, 2006
FBCT on French vanilla cake.  Pleased with this one.  I like lots of detail.  It really makes them stand out.
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By NEWTODECORATING
Jan 28, 2006
I made this cake for my neice's 7th birthday, she loves pricesses and fairys.  People wer very surprised with it because in this area you don't see anything like that.
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By Reyna
Feb 6, 2006
First time FBCT--it was really fun!  I learned a LOT for my next try--I even decapitated Cinderella when placing it on the cake, but after hearing so much about FBCT, I just had to give it a try.  I guess I'm lucky Cinderella wears a choker!  For my cousin's birthday, Bettercreme icing, decorations done in buttercream.  One layer of chocolate cake, one layer of yellow with a vanilla custard filling.
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By lotsoftots
Feb 13, 2006
I made this cake for my darling niece's first birthday!  It was a chore, but I finally did it!!
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By disneynutsss
Feb 17, 2006
Done freehand while I studied the movie logo online. My oval cutters weren't quite the right shape, so I couldn't go to all the edges. I should have just adjusted the pattern to fit my cookie shape. I don't like the "empty" spaces!

Used Americolor food colorings.
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By antonia74
Feb 17, 2006
Cupcakes with blue swirl BC frosting and RI Nemo
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By Mac
Feb 22, 2006
This is my Granddaughters 2nd Birthday cake, She loves Cinderella.  Castle & Disney Princess pieces are from a kit. 10" white & 6" chocolate with BC frosting.
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By QueLinda
Feb 26, 2006
I was asked to do this cake for a customer who had seen the castle cake I did for my dd.  She wanted a different color scheme and the princess figurines incorporated with the cake, as well as all the princesses being in the windows.  Her 7 year old was very excited and she was very pleased.  Towers are made from plastic cups, princesses cut from invitation and thank-you note.
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By sweetcreation
Mar 5, 2006
This was my first try at stacking cakes. It took me a while to get it right, but I think it turned out pretty good. It is a 11x15, 2 layer 8" and a 2 layer 6" all covered in buttercream with chocolate butterflies.
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By kimmycake
Mar 5, 2006
Little Mermaid and Cinderella - BCTs - Chocolate cake, Buttercream frosting
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By vmw774180
Mar 7, 2006
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By augustlm
Mar 11, 2006
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By dolphing81
Mar 14, 2006
11x15 Cinnamon Swirl with b/c icing.  Cinderella is a FBCT with reverse and regular shell borders done for my great-neice's 5th birthday.
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By stephanie214
Mar 17, 2006
Towers are gumpaste and royal icing. Cake is iced in BC using #12 tip and when BC crusted  smashed slightly to look like stones.
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By brendaanne
Mar 18, 2006
I made this cake for a friends daughter.  I didn't have the princesses cake kit so I printed the images on edible paper.
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By Chef_Mommy
Mar 19, 2006
This was a transfer of Dory traced out on wax paper and flipped onto the cake and filled in.  This was my 2nd attempt at this.
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By heracastle
Apr 13, 2005

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