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A baby fairy asleep on a bed of gum past ferns. Being closely watched by her woodland friends.
This cake was a lot of fun to do and everything on it is edible.
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By amapalm
Oct 16, 2006
I made this one for a competition, conveniently my daughter turned 7 at the time I needed it so it gave me a good excuse. It was my first attempt at sculpting cake and I was really happy with it, it has opened up lots of ideas for future efforts. The fairies are all the same, a tad creepy though IMO!
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By amberhoney
Oct 16, 2006
This cake was for a 12 year old girls B-Day. I really liked how the cake turned out except for tinkerbells eyes. Haven't figured that one out yet. Other than that, it was really fun to do!
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By Lynz
Oct 18, 2006
Marble cake iced in bc with gumpaste details, wings and bodice. Handpainted and accented with pearldust
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By Ursula40
Oct 20, 2006
I won first place and best of group with this entry.  It's all fondant work.  The characters are also all fondant.  The skirt of my bride is rice paper.
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By adven68
Oct 21, 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
This cake I did for a fairy tale themed halloween party. I learned how to do the frog from looking at  another user's cake on here. Tuggy, you make the best cakes and I could only hope to be as good as you!!!
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By faitheve
Oct 27, 2006
Cake is vanila with raspberries covered with condensed milk buttercream and lace in sugarpaste. Butterflies made of modeling paste. Fairies are cupcakes covered with the skirt and body in sugarpaste. All details are sugarpaste.
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By anabrown
Oct 27, 2006
This cake was a gift for one of my best friends.  It's just a single layer 6" marble cake with choc pb bc then covered in MMF and sprayed with the preval gun.  Flowers are mmf.  Fairy is handmade from MMF with cellophane wings I cut off an extra butterfly (I kept breaking my mmf & royal wings so I gave up!).    Bees are on floral wire (stuck in coffee stirrers in cake) - wings are royal.  Butterflies are cellophane - I bought those.  Ladybugs are mmf.  Her favorite color is purple...she totally loved it!
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By candy177
Oct 28, 2006
Didn't have much time so bit rushed!! Flash colour has made fairies look ultra pink. Very girly cake.
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By seraphim
Oct 29, 2006
This was the cake I made for my neices birthday.It is one of my first attempts to try something like this.I can't believe I did it.
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By Lejla
Oct 29, 2006
Modelating Paste, American Paste and Icing
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By isamen77
Oct 29, 2006
Just testing a bit new materials and techniques. 
The fairy is made in modelling paste. 
Cake is a chocolate cake with black currant mousse and chocolate ganache.

---October 2006---
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By Pannkakan
Oct 31, 2006
This is a realy simple cake, 6" pina colada cake torted, filled with pineapple, covered using buttercream.
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By Claudine1976
Mar 14, 2006
Another castle cake but this time in purple.  I also remembered the flags at the top of the turrets before I took the picture this time.  I like this cake and it isn't too difficult.
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By suzyqqq27
Jul 25, 2006
birthday cake - fairy molded to look like girl
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By Florimbio
Mar 18, 2006
Here's my first "for-sale" cake! Didn't get paid a fortune in $$...but was good fun nonetheless!
Link: http://cookingismypassion.blogspot.com/2006/07/exchanging-my-work-for.html
for more pictures, method and closeup pictures of fairy elf girl
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By suyin
Jul 27, 2006
I made this for my daughter's second birthday. Covered with fondant with gum paste flowers. The little princess on top was made using cakecentral's directions for the fairies. Imogen's little face just lit up when she saw this - it was well worth the effort.
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By princesscris
Nov 6, 2006
This is my most recent cake. It was done in October of 2006. It's the first time I ever made fondant fairies. Thanks to Liis instructions!! This is also the first time I purchased real cake decorating necessities like real spatulas instead of butterknives, fondant roller, cake leveler and such. This was a chocolate chip cake with bavarian cream filling. The first time I ever torted and filled a cake! Also was the first time I ever made roses! It was fun!!
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By Akesunflower
Nov 7, 2006
Fondant flowers,Gel for stars,Fondant wings
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By Kiddiekakes
Nov 10, 2006
This was done for my daughter's 5th birthday to coordinate with her napkins.  Buttercream icing with fondant accents.  My first experience with fondant.  This is my practice cake for the two layer version I need to do next weekend for her party with her friends.  This one's just for the family.  Please ignore the peaks on the dot border, the icing got too soft and I didn't feel like thickening it up.
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By jeniferrice
Nov 11, 2006
From Debbie Browns "Enchanted cakes for children".
You'll never know how easy to make this untill you actually try to make one!
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By tiarra
Nov 12, 2006
Buttercream with MMF accents.  My first time with MMF.  Got the idea from tw1nkle from this site.
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By tastycake
Nov 12, 2006
Tinker Bell cake for my daughter's 4th B-day party. All icing and decorations are BC. Someone actually came up to me during the celebration at a local pizza place and asked where we got the cake from my sis said I made it and the lady asked if I had a card, I wrote my name on a Tinker Bell napkin we will see if she calls..I have never done a cake for hire.
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By Joolz
Nov 12, 2006
Just another view so you can see the writing on top
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By Joolz
Nov 12, 2006
Top View of the double heart cake I made to go with my daughters Tinker Bell Sheet Cake. We sprinkled large clear sugar crystals on as Fairy Dust. I was trying to make the little stars that were on the napkins and they didn't turn out great. I will post a few more pics, one of the side and one or two the both cake together.
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By Joolz
Nov 12, 2006
SIde view of matching cake made to go with Tinker Bell sheet cake for my daughters b-day.
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By Joolz
Nov 12, 2006
Here are both cakes I made for my daughter's 4th B-day party. Both were done with all BC icing and decorations. I added large sugar crystals as "fairy dust". I had someone ask for my card at the pizza buffet that we held her party at because she liked the cakes so much. I have never done a cake for hire so I was excited that someone other than my family members liked my work enough to pay me for it. I wrote my name and number on a Tinker Bell napkin, we will see if she calls. Thanks for looking! :)
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By Joolz
Nov 12, 2006
Skirt made of sugarpaste, body is made of royal icing. Fairy wings are made of gelatin sheets.
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By gelincikler
Nov 15, 2006
Inspired by Debbie Brown and many thanks to liis for the fairy tutorial. Base is white cake with a rice crispy treat top.
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By aligotmatt
Nov 15, 2006
This is the updated finished fairy. I decided not to put in a little cake I had in the previous picture. The fairy is  placed  on a plaque so she can be used on top of Jodie's own cake- she makes it with her Dad each year. I made Jodie the fairy because she really liked the ones on my daughter's cake. She even took one home and was going to use it on her cake, until it's head fell off. She hasn't seen this yet. Hopefully she will like it.
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By melissaanne
Dec 7, 2006
This I made for my baby when she turned 1 again not as good as I wanted it but for a beginner not too bad.
By chelwright
Nov 21, 2006
These little cakes turned out to be a lot more work than I had thought they would be.  I made one for each of my children as a Thanksgiving table decoration/dessert.
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By saraott
Nov 21, 2006
rainbow butter cake covered with MMf and ceramic fairy topper. the topper cost $2 from a cheap shop. MMF went too bumpy for my liking, but it was only for my sister so she didnt mind.
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By RICKASH
Nov 23, 2006
My neightbour ask me to come visit and bring some cake with me. So, i did this. Picture is painted on marzipan. This is third cake that i've ever done.

I'm sorry if my english is bad, i'm from finland. :)
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By Evieh
Nov 23, 2006
I made this cake for daughter's 5th birthday.  I used French Butter cream for icing the cake, the flower and fairy were made out of home made Marshmallow fondant, the burtterflies were made out of rice paper and royal icing.  It had a great outcome,  and the expression on my daughter's face was undescribable.
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By bky
Dec 2, 2006
I used a Tinkerbell icing transfer for the image and made royal icing flowers for it.  The name is made of royal icing, though quite fragile, the "y" broke when I was putting it on so it doesn't look that great.  I was happy with this cake, although I still get really frustrated trying to smooth my sides.
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By barbie78
Aug 19, 2006
This is my final cake for course 2. This was so much fun to do and the basketweave wasn't anywhere near as hard or time consuming as I thought it would be. I'm totally proud of how this turned out. I love the improvement I've made since my first class and I can't believe how easy it is!! Althought my fiance accidentally broke my fairies but hot glue worked some wonders! LOL.
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By evesloven
Dec 3, 2006
Customer gave me a picture of a cake she saw so I tried to follow it a bit but added my own signature touches.BC roses ..fondant cut out flowers and banner.Fondant wand and candy melt Tiara.
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By Kiddiekakes
Dec 7, 2006
This was the first of 2 cakes For my nieces birthday. She lives out-of-town, so this was for the family celebration while we were all together for the holidays. The other she took home and froze for her actual birthday. Cup cakes are buttermilk devils food cake with buttercream (faux fondant II) icing. Tinkerbell is a toy.
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By ctorno
Jan 5, 2007

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