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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
The bath cake was white cake and buttercream filling. Fondant decorations including the claw feet. This cake is on a wood board (built by my talented hubby) supported by 4 doules cut to 2" and screwed into a larger board cut to look like a puddle of water under the tub. The bubbles are buttercream sprinkled with edible sparkle dust. The smash cake is 5' round carved for the body and 1 1/2 cupcakes carved round for the head. Covered in buttercream with fondant eyes and beak.
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By SweetTcakes
Oct 29, 2006
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
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
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 cake is buttercream (rubber ducky) and MMF (everything else).  12" x 12" x 4" tall.
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By nefgaby
Oct 14, 2006
This 3D birthday cake was for my son's first birthday.  It was my first personal cake after finishing my cake class!  The small duckies were made with the candy mold.
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By kindercritters
Feb 19, 2006
This mom wanted 2 duckies. It looked pretty plain so I added the little duck's butt in the back to make it look like it was diving into the bubbles. Back view to follow.
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By Darstus
Feb 19, 2006
Here's the back view!
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By Darstus
Feb 19, 2006
Nothing celebrates a 4 year old birthday like a party duck in a basket!  Although my basketweave leaves something to be desired...
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By wyatt
Feb 20, 2006
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By millie
Mar 10, 2006
This cake was turning into a headache. My MMF wouldn't stop crumbling (and suggestions), so I ended up using gum paste for the bath tub. The faucet and duck were MMF. The bar of Dove soap was gumpaste and so was the hanger with the shirt (which broke in half on my was there). Water of course is colored piping gel and everything else is buttercream. It was white chocolate cake with cookies and cream filling.
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By Peggy
Nov 12, 2005
This is made with the <a href=http://www.cakecentral.com/wilton-pan-instructions-3-3-D-Rubber-Ducky-Pan-2105-2094.html>Wilton Rubber Ducky pan</a>. It is decorated with buttercream. The soap is white candy melts molded in the Wilton mini loaf pan. I etched "SOAP" and added the line border into the bar after it had set in the freezer for about 15 min.
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By Lisa
Apr 13, 2005
This is just a simple smash cake made for my daughter's first birthday.
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By abc123
Oct 4, 2006
Here is a baby shower cake I did for my friend a few months ago.  The bubbles are fondant rolled in a shimmery luster dust.  The soap is white chocolate with luster dust.  I used the stand up duck pan for the duck, but I couldn't get both sides of the duck proportionate...meaning the eyes weren't lined up, etc.  It was pretty funny, but at least most of the guests only saw this side.  Not to mention the cake didn't bake properly...meaning it didn't rise all the way up to the top side of the pan.  Ugh!
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By rs3560
Mar 27, 2006
This was for my cousin's baby shower.  The cakes are 8" and 12", french vanilla layers with buttercream covered in MMF.  The ducks on the sides are candy melts.  I enjoyed making this cake and the mom-to-be seemed pleased.  =)
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By beez
Apr 24, 2006
Yet another cake with the rubber ducky design!!  Original idea from Wilton.  Beak, Eyes, and bow are made with fondant, bubbles are royal icing, and everything else is buttercream.  Soap is made with the Wilton mini loaf pan and pink candy melts.
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By daneza75
Apr 24, 2006
All iced in buttercream.  Small duck is a "smash cake" for the birthday boy that I stuck on the cake, thinking it'd look cute there.  Its a mini ball with a donut hole for a head.   I'll just have to warn mom about the toothpick inside.
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By Kitagrl
Apr 29, 2006
Here's a baby shower cake I did for a friend of mine last weekend.  I used the small bear pan, cut off the ears and shaped it into the duck.  The umbrella is a chocolate cup mold adhered to a sucker stick.  The daffodils are royal icing adhered to shish kabob sticks died green.  Very fun cake to do.  Thanks for looking!
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By rs3560
May 5, 2006
This is a cake I made for my son's birthday.  It is chocolate with bc frosting. The duck is a FBCT.
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By Bettycrockermommy
May 13, 2006
This is the cake I made for my son for his 14th birthday.  Both cakes are chocolate with bc frosting.  He lofed it.  Still hasn't cut the duck!!
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By Bettycrockermommy
May 20, 2006
After taking two of the Wilton courses, I was able to attempt this cake for my son's first birthday.
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By cakeshy
Jun 5, 2006
This was the smash cake for my son's first birthday.  6" round white cake, BC icing
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By mandylu2
Jun 27, 2006
THIS WAS INSPIRED BY A CAKE BY CAKEASYOULIKEIT. Thank you!! It's all buttercream except for the duckies.  I made those from fondant.  The top tier will be the "smash cake" for the little girl who is turning one.
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By cakesbykellie
Jul 8, 2006
I was inspired by a few cakes I found here.  It took me FOREVER to make this cake, and my first time working with MMF, it was really fun.  Everyone loved the cake, but I told them it would be worth at least $100 for me to make it for anyone else, just because it was a pain - but very fun to see what I could do.
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By taznjo
Jul 20, 2006
3D duck on sheet cake
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By karinj
Mar 11, 2006
This was my third time doing this cake.  Every time I make it, it comes out better!  The 3D pan is not the easiest to work with but I think I've finally mastered it!
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By justducky76
Mar 12, 2006
After a disastrous trial reconciliation, KelleyM and Buttercream have announced they are immediately filing for divorce.  “He’s a bum,” KelleyM sobbed to her sister at 1:20 this morning.  “He’s sloppy and messy and he lets me down when it really counts.  I can’t live like this anymore.”  Buttercream told friends that KelleyM ignored his best qualities.  “She had unrealistic expectations.  She wanted more than I could give.  I knew she was using Fondant again.  She would say she was just going out for more butter, and come home with bags of marshmallows, saying she “had a craving for Rice Krispy treats.”  But she never bought Rice Krispies.  She wasn’t fooling anyone.  Can’t she see that Fondant tastes like #*%#$?  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
Have always thought these cakes were cute. Neighbor just had baby so thought I would give it a try.
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By spottydog
Mar 24, 2006
vanilla cake 3D ducky with fondant cap
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By ceca
Jul 29, 2006
This is just another view. The towel is made of airheads pressed together. It was 95 degrees and very humid that day, so everything was a bit melty ;(
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By jwong9664
Jul 30, 2006
This is my second cake and is a copy of one I saw in one of Debbie Brown's books. I used MMF and gumpaste painted w/ luster dust for the bubbles. The letters are piped from colored royal icing and then spray painted.
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By jwong9664
Jul 30, 2006
My first 3D cake. I carved the duck out of a couple of rectangular cakes, held the head on with bamboo sticks, pringles for the duck bill, m&m's for eyes and buttons, and cheated a little by using a regular ribbon for the bow. My little boy LOVES ducks and couldn't stop saying "ducky, ducky, ducky..." :-)
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By trepte
Aug 24, 2006
Rubber Ducky Heart shaped  3 layered Cake I made for a Bridal Shower. 
This is Pink , trimed in Bright Yellow...and has little Yellow duckie candy confetti sprinkled over it.
I made the rubber ducky topper.... she has on a veil and holding a little flower bouquet.
The Bride likes duckies...that was the reason for the THEME of this cake!!!
This is 1 of 2 cakes I made for the shower. The other was just a 1/2 sheet cake that says Bride to Be in the same colors/theme. I will upload it as well.
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By Cakesbykaye
Aug 27, 2006
I made this cake to go with the 2 layer heart Rubber Ducky Bridal Shower cake. 
This one is Decorated in the PINK and YELLOW colors, and says BRIDE TO BE, and also has the little yellow duckie candy sprinkles on it.
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By Cakesbykaye
Aug 27, 2006
This is a  cake I did for a baby shower.  It goes with the ducky cookies also posted here.  Strawberry cake with BC icing.  Umbrellas and large ducks on side of cake are fondant adn the small ducks are candy melts.
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By thems_my_kids
Sep 12, 2006
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By marecip
Sep 17, 2006
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By marecip
Sep 17, 2006
No fail bottle, ducky, bibs and foot. Covered in rolled buttercream with royal icing details.
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By Brendansmum
Sep 29, 2006
This is a shower cake I made for a coworker. I think the idea may have came from this board. I really can't remember but thanks anyway!!!! The baby is made out of candy melts I painted w/ luster dust.
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By buttercreamqueen
Nov 18, 2006

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