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I used a picture our of a coloring book and transferred it on to edible paper.  Then I painted the characters with colored piping gel.
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By HeidiPSU
Apr 13, 2005
This was for one of my customer's grandson birthday.
By stephanie214
May 10, 2005
This was for my sweet nephew's 5th birthday.  This is a Wilton character pan with buttercream icing.
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By sdfgarcia
Oct 5, 2005
My son's birthday cake using dreamwhip buttercream recipe and Chocolate sour cream cake
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By okieinalaska
Oct 7, 2005
More cookies...this was the first thing I made after I got my KK projector.  The green is mm fondant and the rest is glaze icing to outline and fill in.  Again, these took a looongg time to do.  Thought about making these for my son's preschool class till I found out I would have to make 35!! I made a sheet cake instead, LOL.
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By okieinalaska
Oct 10, 2005
This cake was made for my nephew's birthday.  I used two wondermold pans along with a round.
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By TexasSugar
Oct 11, 2005
I made these 4 cakes on Friday for my son's school country fair.
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By cakes
Oct 31, 2005
This is the cake I made for my son's 4th birthday this past Saturday.  Mostly everything in the picture was home-made. I made the cake from scratch, I made the foam decorations, the cake stand, the mirrored base was cut and prepared at home, and the frosting.  The only thing store bought were the toys used, the garland arround the cakes and the black frosting which I don't bother to make anymore.

Needless to say, my son loved it.
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By gegon
Nov 14, 2005
My niece absolutely adores Scooby.  This is a lemon cake w/buttercream frosting.  I haven't done a character pan cake in forever, it was fun!  :) Thanks for looking!
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By momsandraven
Dec 2, 2005
I had twin girls wanting Scooby Doo cakes. This is a very large character pan. My hand was tired after doing these two and the 2 General Lees. All 4 of these cakes were due on the same day. For me, that's busy! Scooby is under the plastic lid, so he looks a little distorted.
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By mistygaildunn
Dec 7, 2005
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By Aitza
Dec 17, 2005
This is the wilton shaped scooby pan ontop of a 1/2 sheet 
all buttercream
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By Mommyof2Angels
Jan 9, 2006
I made this for my son's 5th birthday!  It is all BC frosting with the exception of the windows which are made from fondant.  The wheels are mini chocolate donuts.
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By chasebrad
Jan 14, 2006
Vanilla cake - buttercream icing fondant accents - WAY Fun to make!!  Oh and donut wheels...
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By cakecre8tor
Jan 29, 2006
Another toothpick drawing from several years ago...glad I know now there are many other ways to do this!!!!!!
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By Kitagrl
Feb 19, 2006
Cake for dh's birthday.  The kids got to pick it out for him.
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By Marimar
Feb 24, 2006
I made these cookies for my daughter's birthday party.  The kids loved them (some of the adults too)!  I used the No Fail Sugar Cookie Recipe and antonia74's icing.  I was short on time (to allow drying), so I put all of the black details first and then filled in with the brown.  Next time I think I will try the brown first and then go back and add the detail.
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By ps3884
Feb 27, 2006
Can't go wrong with Scooby-Doo, right?
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By karajoy
Mar 3, 2006
This is the largest frozen transfer I'd done and it cracked from scoobys chin to the back of his neck.  This is a 1/4 sheet cake.
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By mmdd
Mar 9, 2006
Marble cake with buttercream frosting.
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By Michele25
Mar 10, 2006
Scooby Doo cake for Zoe's 3rd Birthday
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By Wandaful
Mar 22, 2006
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By ddog
Mar 27, 2006
Scooby-Doo cake
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Apr 2, 2006
whipped cream frosting...
By cakez
Apr 4, 2006
I was really proud of this cake. I freehanded the Scooby. My 3 year-old was thrilled and that's all that mattered!  All buttercream icing.
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By fortheloveofcake
Apr 19, 2006
Buttercream with fondant accents and Scooby icing plaque.
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By _ChristyB_
Apr 23, 2006
Made this for sister friend. I didn't have the pan so I freehanded the shape. Filled with chocolate mousse and covered with buttercream and chocolate ganache that you can pipe.
By kaurislapsi
Apr 25, 2006
Scooby Doo and the Gang!
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By abacolizard
May 10, 2006
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By abacolizard
May 10, 2006
I made these cookies for my daughter's 4th birthday.
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By abacolizard
May 10, 2006
This was a Scooby Doo caqke that I desighned for a little girl.  I felt Scooby is more of a masculine character and wanted it to be more feminine... I think I succeeded.  The cake is strawberry cake with strawberry jam filling and 100% butter BC.  Bark on arch is made out of Tootie Roll Miggies and decorated with silk foliage.
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By reenie
May 18, 2006
This is the scooby cake I made for a friend's son. He loved it.
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By Bettycrockermommy
May 28, 2006
Buttercream icing, Royal Icing lettering and Color Flow Scooby Doo!
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By Schmoop
May 29, 2006
Just a 16" square sheet cake with scooby doo-but my son was sooo excited!
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By taparzyc
Jun 17, 2006
One of two character cakes (birthday for twins) traced by hand on top then done with stars. The other is Ariel, The Little Mermaid.
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By saranac2000
Jun 20, 2006
You guessed it Fred is a cop; yes k-9 squad;Officer Fred, badge number 777, turned 30 (see Scooby's dog tag?); his favorite uncle who ordered two cakes for him said.. "he's really a kid who never grew up & still likes Scooby Doo."  Both the police kid and Scooby are made of chocolate. (Ok, the cake edges are not perfect,  & I wanted the chocolate border on the Scooby cake to look like paws.... but Fred loved the designs & the chocolate)
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By Fascination
Jul 10, 2006
Sorry, I guess I messed up & uploaded the wrong image; this is the Officer Fred image with ScoobyDoo. I will try fix the images with the right description later.
By Fascination
Jul 10, 2006
FBCT of Scooby-Doo.  Cake design idea used from here, CC.  Thanks
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By sweetcreation
Jul 14, 2006
My first FBCT.  Scooby-Doo for Lions Club dinner. 10 inch yellow cake, whipped french vanilla filling. All I was told is they wanted something different and just left it up to me. Decided to try FBCT...
By ladyday95
Jul 20, 2006
This was my first attempt at making a cake with a Wilton shaped pan.  After I baked it and took it out of the pan, I really thought I'd gotten in over my head!  We were just amazed at how it turned out.  And even I couldn't believe that I made it myself!  If I can do it, ANYone can!
My son loved it for his 5th Birthday Party.
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By midwestmom
Apr 13, 2005


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