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This is a cake I did for a friend's 30th birthday. Of course he was a firefighter! The bottom was three layers of  white cake, the top was two layers of chocolate cake and the "buildings" and fire were made out of fondant.
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By Nalis
Aug 11, 2007
Here is a sampling of cookies I made to thank our local fire department for coming to our son's third birthday party.  They loved them!  No Fail sugar cookies and Antonio74's Royal Icing.
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By Blessed_Patty
May 1, 2006
BCT of napkin for party!!!
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By zoozieqv
May 6, 2005
Made as the groom's cake @ a wedding.  They loved it.  I personalized it to look just like his hat.
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By JenniferRemington
May 15, 2006
This is my first attempt at a non-traditional cake.  Got many ideas from this website.  Thanks.
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By AmateurCakeMaker
Jul 4, 2006
Made this cake for the firemen that I worked with for 6 years until I had my baby last year.  Black chocolate with choc BC and French Vanilla BC. Fondant decorations.
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By sandralita
Jul 5, 2006
This is a cake I made for a co-workers husband's birthday.
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By kookiblah
Nov 24, 2005
Another view of the fire fighter helmet cake.
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By ker112
Aug 14, 2006
This cake was done for my step-son for his 10th birthday.  He loves firemen and all of the cakes that I looked at looked too juvinile.  I was going to make him the fire helmet, however, I was short on time.  This was a creation with lots of help from a good friend and my husband.  The tall cake is several layers of a loaf pan cake cut and torted to make the tower.  The square cake is a double layer 6".
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By pastrypantry
Aug 19, 2006
Mascot for my boyfriend's civic organization.
Vanilla cake with pistachio filling. 
FBCT -- my first!
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By ch0psuey
Aug 21, 2006
I want to give adven68, sweetdreams and kittisKakes credit for my inspriation.  I dont know who had the idea first, but I thought it was so cute!  It is a 10 and 8 inch covered with mmf.  The ladders are royal icing, the fireman, truck and hydrant are chocolate transfers.  the fire is BC.    It is for a 3 year old birthday party tomorrow.  This is the first time I am making a cake for this family, so I hope it will meet their expecations.  I had SOOOO much trouble doing the fondant this time.
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By springlakecake
Sep 28, 2006
This cake was fun to do.  Everything was piped on with the chocolate syrup frosting and then painted in gold.  I used images given to me of his badge and an antique plaque.
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By kerririchards
Oct 4, 2006
This was a failed attempt at using the stand-up house pan. I used the cake leveler and completely took out the backside of the eaves, so I had to lay it down. It's fitting that it looks pitiful, as this is one of our oldest fire houses in the county. It's for their annual golf tournament - so hopefully those golfers will be so hungry they won't notice it's kind of shabby!
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By tragicdeathpickles
Oct 5, 2006
This little guy is just precious! I love him so much I can't believe someone is going to eat him! I think the little hero pan is my favorite pan ever! This is for one of our fire station's anual golf tournament.
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By tragicdeathpickles
Oct 5, 2006
My first attempt at a 3D cake - and it went a lot better than I thought!  Thanks to "the cakemaker" for her tips and expertise!!  I made this cake for my husband's fire house picnic.  It was a big hit!
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By ker112
Aug 14, 2006
Fire Helmet cake - followed directions on this site and it worked perfectly!! This was my first MMF project and I was very impressed with how easy it was to work with.  I may never buy packaged fondant again.  I thought it looked rather blah, but it was an exact replica of the Chief's helmet.  (I guess I like the "lower-rank" firemen's better, with the red, black, and yellow, more vibrant colors.)
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By lalerlang
May 2, 2006
I made this cake for a friend who is a firefighter.  The dog is "going" on the hydrant.  Very FUN!
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By shannan6607
Oct 23, 2006
I made this for my neighbor who is a firefighter.  It is supposed to be a fireman caught in his boxers and tangled in the hose.  I ran out of fondant and didn't put the hat on.  Oh well.  The cake is in BC and the figures are fondant.
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By shannan6607
Oct 23, 2006
Cookies for a little boy that is crazy for firemen.  The cookies went along with his firetruck cake for his 3rd birthday.
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By LuvCakes
Oct 28, 2006
The folks who ordered this cake wanted to be sure that there was some flames on the cake (a joke about the # of candles on the cake causing a fire.)  Done for a volunteer firefighter.  Flames are done w/airbrush.
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By momsandraven
Nov 7, 2006
The firetruck is a loaf cake frosted in buttercream with royal icing decorations.  The firefighters are royal icing piped onto both sides of lollipop sticks.   The hose and nozzle are fondant.  The spraying water is royal icing beads piped onto white floral wire.  The nozzle and firefighter's arm both have holes for the wire to sit in.  This was inspired by a cake on the Wilton website.
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By brenna
Nov 29, 2006
oh my not the best cake.
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By psurrette
Dec 17, 2006
Thanks  A TON to thecakemaker!!  I baked a 10'' cake and used the soccer ball cake pan (the one that is just half of it by Wilton) and torted it.  The "brim" of the hat is cardboard covered in fondant and the bronze helmet patch/shield holder is fondant w/ Tylos covering card stock paper.  The shield is fondant mixed w/ tylos to make it hard.  We had the local FD over to celebrate w/ ou bday boy and they LOVED it!!  I loved making this cake and I don't say that often about a cake.  Enjoy the pictures!
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By KaraAnn
Jan 13, 2007
This was a graduation cake for a guy who graduated from U S Army Fire School.  The yellow thing is a fire hose.
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By Coastiemom
Feb 6, 2007
This cake was done for a customer. It almost turned into a disaster cake when my FBCT wouldn't pull off the waxed paper right. Then, I dropped my turntable on it. It kinda "sliced" the side of the cake where the firefighter is and cut into his arm. I was so shocked, but thankfully, was able to fix it. I got the idea for the flames using a leaf tip from tjade8 's fire cake. Overall, I'm please with it and happy that it's finished! Critisism welcome.
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By Kristian
Feb 16, 2007
This cake was inspired from a cake I actually found on here. It was for a birthday, he was rookie of the year of his fire department so it was perfect. The cake is covered in store bought fondant that I colored to the vibrant yellow. The banners and other items on the cake were cut from stencils my sister made for me. The icing alphabet, found in grocery stores, was perfect and used for the red letters and numbers seen.
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By SimplySweetTreats
Mar 5, 2007
This is for a fireman.  It's only a small cake, 9x11.
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By LittleLinda
Apr 19, 2007
covered in royal with silver luster dust on parts.
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By helipops
May 4, 2007
This is my first cake ever. I'm brand new to this site and to this hobby. It was a surprise party for my husband who had just finished Fire Academy. I made the buildings out of cardboard and printing out pictures of textures online (used photo shop to tile), I purchased the fire truck/men online, and used crumbled cookies for the road and a grass tip for the green. The peppers and cactus behind are because it was on May 5th so it was a surprise cinco de mayo party as well. Hope you like it!
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By BlissKitchen
May 7, 2007
Chocolate Fudge,BC icing. Companion cake to dolfin's cake. First cake I've made since Wilton Class 2. That was 3 years ago. I forgot how much I hated those little stars!
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By oaklanraiderdude
May 14, 2007
This was the first helmet I did about a month ago. Its was for a Memphis TN firefighter. Again three red velvet cakes  carved to match the contour of a real carnes 1010 helmet I  got from my closet. everything is fondant. Its air brushed or I used a food color pen to draw the details on the eagle and shield. Good luck I poured sugar to make the eye protection  shields. They call them Burk's.
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By Nixacakelady
May 14, 2007
I did this grooms cake for a firefighter that works with my husband.  I am doing their wedd. cake for tomorrow, but he just called us after the rehearsal dinner and said the helmet was fantastic and that it actually brought a few guys to tears remembering a fellow firefighter they lost this year.  That was an amazing feeling to be part of that:)
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By helipops
Jun 8, 2007
Here is an example of the 24 firehelmet cupcakes I had to do for a 5 yr olds birthday. I would much rather do a firehelmet cake. These little guys were not as easy as I had planned. The cupcake is yellow cake with chocolate frosting and Buv crm MMF the helmet ridges are made out of shoestring licorice and the base holding the cupcake is laminated posterboard.
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By susanscakebabies
Oct 15, 2006
for my boyfriends birthday, he's a firefighter...   the water is done with clear and blue piping gel
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By cakesbyjen
Jun 10, 2007
This is a small part of a large display for the towns 4th celebration. I would love any feedback to make it better. it is supposed to be the 3 firefighters at ground zero raising the flag. There this plaque will go on a cake with more around it. I just want to get some feedback on this now, to make sure I am on the right track or to get me there, Thanks so much
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By susanscakebabies
Jul 3, 2007
Made this cake for a firefighter's 50th birthday. Learned a lot on this one!!
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By carabear
Jul 7, 2007
Birthday cake for a 6 year old child who loves all things "fireman"...so I did a helmet for him...at the fire station, they gave me a pin and a crest so I incorporated them into the design....chocolate cake covered in fondant.
I used the super tutorial from CC's articles..THANKS to thecakemaker!!!!
Thanks for looking
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By JaneK
Jul 7, 2007
I made this from the tutorial on this site! It was marble cake buttercream and chocolate fondant. I used the wilton soccerball pan, and 2 9" layers for the helmet, and a 12" for the underneath cake.
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By kstgelais4
Jul 19, 2007
This cake was made last minute for a little boy's third birthday party.  I used a 9x13 for the base and carved the shape and then used 1/2 of the Wilton sports ball pan for the top.  The icing didn't turn out the way I wanted since it was the boxed mix.  The red seemed to make it a bit runny, but the shine worked well.  I'm not an expert, but it was fun to do and fun to see the reaction of the kids at the party (especially when a firetruck showed up as a bonus!)
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By JaimandJ
Jul 23, 2007
Firefighters helmet cake
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By sweetypiehi
Aug 13, 2007

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