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My nephew's 1st birthday cake! He loves Rubber ducks. This was fun. My first 3d cake. My sister didn't want to cut it, but we finally did and it was pretty good :)
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By kgil1124
Apr 13, 2005
A ducky cake that I did for worker's son's 1st birthday. He will be having the duck as his "1st" dive-in cake.
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By Amylou
Apr 13, 2005
This cake was for a guy at work. I also made a blanket that had duckies on it for him. The pan is the Little Suzy's Zoo made by Wilton.
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By m0use
Apr 12, 2005
I made this rubber ducky for a baby shower at work.  I also made the ducky candy around the cake and put blue & pink cupcakes around the edge as well - everyone loved it!
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By kissmeandcstars
Apr 28, 2005
This was my first experience with fondant.  I fell in love with it...(the fondant, not the cake).  It's so much easier for me than icing.  I'm still working on it, though.
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By KarenOR
May 9, 2005
Using the Wilton Rubber Ducky pan on top of a 9" with cookies n' cream filling. The soap is made from candy melts.
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By Lisa
Jun 11, 2005
Wilton's 3-D duck atop an 11x15 sheet cake.  All buttercream frosting.
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By KC2BeAgain
Jun 14, 2005
You get a better idea of the base of the cake... I know I needed to clean up the edges around the candy, but it was already 1 in the morning of his birthday party.  He's one... what does he know?  ;)
By SweetieShell
Jun 20, 2005
This is what our guests feasted on for my son's 1st birthday.  I did a single layer, 16" chocolate, bavarian filled cake for the base, then yellow pound 3D duck cake on top, with coconut.  I still couldn't get my duck to rise enough to make him completely even, so I chopped off the back half and just laid him down on the cake.
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By SweetieShell
Jun 20, 2005
My 3 year old named this one!  Just learning...made this for a friend whose little girl was turning one.  Thanks for looking!
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By edcjenv
Jul 18, 2005
3D Duck (butter cake w/piped BC icing), chocolate 'pond' cake in blue BC..little duckies are rubber.  Flowers & leaves are gum paste on pond.
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By jennycakes
Aug 31, 2005
I only asked $20 for this cake, because they only needed to feed 10.   When I delivered it, they gave me $40!
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By angelcake4u
Sep 2, 2005
here is a picture of a rubber duckie birthday cake I made for my sons first birthday.
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By lynnie
Sep 4, 2005
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By heatherj
Sep 11, 2005
This is a cake I made for a baby shower I threw for a freind.  It matched the plates and napkins.  Duck and rattle are cookies, bugs are royal icing.
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By Fancymcnancy
Sep 17, 2005
Baby shower cake for a couple who don't know what their having.  We figured ducks were unisex. :)
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By mrwarnke
Sep 19, 2005
We had a duck theme for our daughter's first birthday. This was my first shot at a 3-D cake.
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By sdfgarcia
Oct 5, 2005
All buttercream hand-drawn Suzi.
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By sunlover00
Oct 6, 2005
My version from the Wilton Yearbook. Later added the rubber ducky sugar candies around the Mama duck.
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By KimAZ
Oct 13, 2005
This cake was made using "Mrwarnke's" duck cake design as a guide.  The shower theme was ducks, and they were having a girl, so pink bows for the ducks.
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By cindycakes2
Oct 13, 2005
Chocolate cake with buttercream icing, decorated with ducks and bubbles.
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By angelcake4u
Oct 18, 2005
Mommy and baby duck in tub. The candle is in the mini duck cake which I cut off and put on a little plate just for the birthday boy to blow out the candle and then devour. I was able to make a mini duck by molding aluminum foil around a rubber ducky in 2 parts and then baking cake in it.
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By ctorno
Oct 31, 2005
This was a groom's cake for my brother's wedding in July.  He is a major hunter, including duck hunting.  I wish I would've made it bigger as it was tiny compared to the bride's massive cake.  He loved it though.  I decorated it in our hotel room at 2am in Indiana as we are from Missouri and I spent the whole day before working on the wedding cake.
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By luv2cake
Nov 9, 2005
This was inspired by another cake, I'm not sure if it was from this site or another....I just had the picture, no other info.  

But I had fun w/this one and the moms Loved it!!  The duck on top is half of the duck pan.  The smash cake has a chocolate duck.  I also made a box of chocolate ducks.  The two girls are cousins.....and only one of them is turning 1 (why only 1 smash cake).
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By sugartopped
Nov 10, 2005
Based on the Wilton design with a few changes.  Buttercream piped rattles, pacifiers, diapers and booties on babies. Sugar candy ducks on sides.  Plastic toys.  Mini bear on top.
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By KimAZ
Nov 11, 2005
This is my first cake order!!!!The Birthday was a Barn Yard Theme...The cakes are 3-d Yellow cakes with BCI and Fondant.
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By kjb
Nov 12, 2005
Just made this for a friend's shower.  I think it turned out so cute!  Buttercream, except the picks.
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By Cakeasyoulikeit
Nov 17, 2005
For a 1st birthday. Big duck made from 3D pan.  Baby duck made from mini ball pans and big marshmellow for the head with water and bubbles all in buttercream.
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By KimAZ
Nov 17, 2005
Customer wanted a baby shower cake to match the nursery, frogs, dragon flies, and ducks!  This is what I came up with.  Chocolate cake with cream cheese filling and buttercream icing.  Fondant accents painted with luster dusts.
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By newtocakes
Nov 21, 2005
Matching cupcakes.  Strawberry with strawberry cream filling and buttercream icing.  Molded candies on top painted with luster dust.
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By newtocakes
Nov 21, 2005
This is a 1/2 sheet white cake with a 3D chocolate/pound cake on top of it. This was my first attempt with the 3D cake, there are 2 plastic rubber ducks on it, and the bubbles are made with thinned icing, and tip 21 ( I think). I used piping gel on the top to make it look like water. I had a lot of fun with this one. I took a couple of cakes that I had seen on here and incorporated my own ideas, and this is what I came up with.
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By mistygaildunn
Nov 21, 2005
I made this for work as a cake for a conference we had, the initials of the conference were DUC.  In addition to the cake I made little chocolate ducks for everyone as favors.
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By nikim
Dec 2, 2005
This is a cake I made for a second birthday - my first "paid" cake
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By sone
Dec 14, 2005
After buttercream dried slightly, I made indentions with a ruler. I piped the decorations with buttercream, but they could be made ahead with royal icing.
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By Jenn123
Jan 4, 2006
I love this cake... it was so much fun making it too! Everything is frosting except for the pond is gel.
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By chefdot
Jan 14, 2006
After a disastrous trial reconciliation, KelleyM and Buttercream have announced they are immediately filing for divorce.  “He’s a bum,” KelleyM sobbed to her sister at 1:20 this morning.  “He’s sloppy and messy and he lets me down when it really counts.  I can’t live like this anymore.”  Buttercream told friends that KelleyM ignored his best qualities.  “She had unrealistic expectations.  She wanted more than I could give.  I knew she was using Fondant again.  She would say she was just going out for more butter, and come home with bags of marshmallows, saying she “had a craving for Rice Krispy treats.”  But she never bought Rice Krispies.  She wasn’t fooling anyone.  Can’t she see that Fondant tastes like #*%#$?  Someday she’ll be back.”  “Ha!  Never!” retorted KelleyM.  “After what that little *^&$@ did to me on that rubber duck cake?  He’s lucky I’m just divorcing him.  Fondant treats me nice…makes me feel like a real decorator.  This is the start of my new life, and I’m NEVER going back.”
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By kelleym
Jan 18, 2006
My niece saw this in a magazine, Had her Grandma call me to ask if I could make it, with only saying It was a rubber ducky in a bathtub.
That was just about the time I found this site. So I don't remember who's it was, But Thanks! I used the homemade gel for the water, the rest is buttercream.
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By subaru
Jan 18, 2006
Rubber Ducky-Themed Baby Shower.  Wilton Duck 3D pan -- Super Easy!
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By cakescouture
Feb 2, 2006
This is a practice cake that I made in anticipation of my son's birthday.  I had never decorated a cake before so I wanted to do the practice cake to make sure that I could do it.  I had so much fun!  I'm really looking forward to doing the real cake this week!

I used the ducky pan and put a sheet cake underneath.  It's decorated all in buttercrea.
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By IsaacsMom
Feb 4, 2006
9 x 13 iced with buttercream.  Plastic duck picks.
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By Cakeasyoulikeit
Apr 13, 2005


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