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This was for a 5yr old's birthday. The ruffles took forever to make!!
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By swillshaz
Sep 11, 2006
All rolled buttercream, with some fondant and gumpaste in figures and flowers and greenery, writing is hand painted.
By spitefiresas21
Sep 11, 2006
This was made for a friend's birthday. There were 12 sugarpaste roses, a little fairy guarding the roses and butterflies. The flower pot didnt turn out too well as it was my first try..but managed to hide some of the flaws. Next time round I wont roll the sugarpaste too thin.
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By swillshaz
Sep 11, 2006
For my daughter's 7th birthday, I created a cake with two fairies and a tea set.  We hosted a little girls' "tea party".
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By josiej
Sep 11, 2006
I stacked a 6" round and an 8" round and used cupcakes and ice cream cones for the turrets.
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By divaofcakes
Sep 12, 2006
I had lots of extra fondant so thought I would attemp to make a fairy.  I used the wonderful instructions from this site and this is what I came up with.  I had to use edible food writers since I don't have edible paints for her face plus she is rather plump, but I like her.
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By sio
Sep 13, 2006
I made this for my daughter's first birthday (just for the immediate family and my mother-in-law and sister-in-law).  I'll be making something else for the party tomorrow.  This was for practice and is my first attempt at modeling fondant by hand.  Actually it's only the third time I've ever covered a cake with rolled fondant period.  Hopefully with a bit of practice, I'll get better
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By Sugar_Plum_Fairy
Sep 16, 2006
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By Feefs
Apr 27, 2006
All free standing fondant walls, turrets, towers.  Square and round cake iced and decorated in BC.
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By msauer
Sep 17, 2006
What was Sleeping Beauty dreaming of for those 100 years? What if she had been reading a book of fairy tales before she fell asleep? Her world melts down into the top of Cinderella's castle, which is in the clouds of Snow White's forest, which rests atop the Little Mermaid's world under the sea. As you can see, each princess is asleep, dreaming of their own true love.   ( fondant/ beginning of idea from Debbie Brown's Sleeping Beauty)
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By dydemus
Sep 18, 2006
This cake was made for a little girl turning 7. Her mother wanted a "girly girl" princess cake. The cake is mostly edible, with the use of royal icing, fondant, luster dust and buttercream.
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By Kariann2
Sep 18, 2006
This is the cake I made for my niece's birthday.  Based on a Sylvia Weinstock design.  Many thanks to Liis for her wonderful fairy tutorial
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By CakeTopper
Sep 19, 2006
buttercream covered chocolate cake. i pressed my cookie cutters to the cake to make indentations on the sides and still iced with buttercream. royal icing for the top design then brushed with pearl luster dust. fairy dust, right?
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By cosmicbear
Sep 20, 2006
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By fabbo
Sep 20, 2006
The cake is a pineapple/coconut (pina colada).  Filling is crushed pineapple mixed w/pineapple/coconut BC, then topped with toasted coconut.  Iced w/BC pineapple/coconut then covered in pale green fondant.  Leaves were drawn & colored w/gels.  Large fairy is fondant.  Embossers were used for woodland fairies and toadstools.  This was my b'day cake; reason being a couple very dear to me gave me the woodland embossers & also loves autumn leaves.
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By cakes47
Sep 20, 2006
Two tiers cake covered with rolled fondant.
The little fairies, mushrooms, ladybugs, and log were handmade with sugar paste.
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By norma20
Sep 20, 2006
The magical world of fairy tales comes to life in this enchanted storybook, open to a map of "Fairy Tale Land" which shows the way to the Beast's Castle (complete with Mrs. Potts, Chip, and Lumiere), Prince Charming's Castle (with a pumpkin and mouse ready to serve), the Enchanted Forest (where the shoemaker, grandma, and Jack the live in the "Pig Brothers Estate Homes" neighborhood), Magic Lake (home of the Frog Prince and Swan Princess), and the Bear Cave (where the porridge is waiting to be eaten).
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By bonniebakes
Sep 20, 2006
Castle cake decorated with pastry pride and royal icing flowers
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By gworldh
Sep 21, 2006
this was for my niece's fairy birthday
By scopey
Sep 22, 2006
this is for my daughter's fourth birthday. I had a great time decorating thiscake
By scopey
Sep 22, 2006
I searched and searched in the galleries for a picture of a cake sort of like this.  I swear I saw this idea here but couldn't find it again.  The butterfly was much prettier though.  Aubree likes ballerinas so I tried to give our butterfly dancer slippers.
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By dsoutherngirl
Sep 23, 2006
we can all use a little help from the cake fairy lol!
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By dawnbakescakes
Sep 24, 2006
Modelled in gumpaste, the wings are cloth covered wire dipped in liquified gelatin, dried and then painted with gold luster dust thinned with Everclear.
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By ShirleyW
Sep 25, 2006
The fairy princess and frog was made of MMF.
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By AlamoSweets
Sep 26, 2006
For my first great grandchild Mikayla's first birthday. Gumpaste fairy bug and flowers.
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By ShirleyW
Sep 26, 2006
All fondant.  Chocolate cake with cookies and cream filling.
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By sandralita
Sep 30, 2006
Yogurt poundcake with buttercream frosting and mmf accents.
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By sandi64
Oct 1, 2006
This cake was made for a girl turning 18 who loves Tinker Bell.  Tinker Bell's flower stem was made from a styrofoam cone covered in gumpaste with a gumpaste flower.  The flowers and stars on springs were also made from gumpaste.  The cake was cavered in mmf and all other flowers and stars were also mmf.  I brushed edible glitter on everything for a pixy dust effect. I found Tinker Bell at the Disney Store (after a massive hunt!) in a fairy playset.
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By krstik
Oct 1, 2006
I made this ice cream cake for my daughter's best friend's birthday.
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By amberlicious
Oct 2, 2006
I made this for my sisters' 21st and 18th birthdays.  The fairies look as though they're leaning over in this picture, but they're actually just gently reclining.
By saraott
Oct 3, 2006
Tinkerbell hand molded of gumpaste, gumpaste plaque that read's "Clap if you believe in fairies"
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By ShirleyW
Mar 25, 2007
Fondant fairy sits on a deep chocolate cake filled with raspberry preserves and iced in milk chocolate chocolate buttercream.  Flowers, birds, mushrooms and snails are fondant and gumpaste.
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By khoudek
Oct 5, 2006
Tinkerbell sitting on a mound of grass.
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By socake
Oct 7, 2006
This was the worst cake I have done in a long time.  I thought this pillow cake would be nice and easy, but so many things went wrong. The fondant covering the cake was not pliable enough.  The Rope kept sliding off the cake even after applying a fondant glue mixture of meringue powder and water.  I initially made a crown out of royal icing, but it crumbled.  So I ran out to a dollar store and bought a tiara.  It was really a complete nightmare.  Any suggestions on how I could have improved it???
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By TToomer
Oct 8, 2006
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By Leigh01
Oct 8, 2006
detail of my Silver winner at the OSSAS.  There were three faeries hiding in the cake.  One was stealing a coin, one was pulling a shamrock out of the bouquet, and one was napping under the hankie.
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By TooMuchCake
Oct 9, 2006
This is a three tiered garden fairy birthday cake.  It is decorated with royal and buttercream icing along with a fondant fairy
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By CakesBySandy
Oct 9, 2006
I made this for my nephew's mom. She was planning on having a big party but then she was diagnosed with leukaemia, so I just made her a small cake as a surprise. She's crazy about Tinkerbell & didn't want to cut it.
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By sillyoldpoohbear
Oct 11, 2006
Castle cake I did for a 6 yr olds birthday. It is all BC except for the hearts and steeples which are Royal. The door and brickwork are fondant. The towers are Ice cream cones.
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By CakeRN
Oct 14, 2006
Not my best effort but I'm sure the birthday girl will like it. Something about it just doesn;t sit right with me if ya know what I mean? Maybe the colours.
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By amberhoney
Oct 25, 2006


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