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2 Layer Apple Spiced Cake with Caramel Frosting. Frankenstein is a FBCT, "Bubble" is MMF painted with Foodcolor, so are the Ghosts and the Spiders are half Licorice and BC
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By Esther
Oct 30, 2005
Franky lost his top! Inspired from Wilton yearbook and another CC'ers cake.  All buttercream with gummi worm brains.
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By KimAZ
Oct 30, 2005
I made mini cakes for my coworkers for Halloween. These are 4" rounds, butter cake, 1 layer, torted and filled with pumpkin butter.  Buttercream icing covered in fondant.  Some turned out better than others.  I think this was my 4th time working with fondant.
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By delightfulsweetbea
Nov 20, 2005
I made these Frankenstein cakes for a Halloween Party this year.  They were made with the mini Spongebob Pans.  I thought the shape was perfect.  I used M&M eyes and mini marshmallow bolts on the side.  Everything else is buttercream icing.  I even tinted the vanilla cake green!
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By tsuitor
Dec 31, 2005
These monsters were a big hit in first grade. Monster heads are marshmallows dipped in tinted white chocolate. Eyes are mini m&m's, bolts are tic tacs. For more fun, these cakes were filled with green pudding
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By mgowan
Jan 19, 2006
Got this idea from the Michael's website.  Long loaf pan Red Velvet Cake decorated with buttercream.  Her eyelashes are black licorice pieces.
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By doofusmongerbeep
May 4, 2006
Strawberry cake with vanilla BC filling and icing.  This was a cake I did a few years back for my neighbor.
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By cakes47
Jun 24, 2006
No Fail Sugar Cookies.  Frank is covered in Antonia's icing.  Tombstone covered in marshmallow fondant.  Cookies made for my son's Halloween Birthday party
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By marknrox
Oct 9, 2006
Just 1 of the 6 I will be offering for the Halloween Holiday!  Sugar cookie with the Wilton Snow-white Buttercream frosting. (I thin the frosting to a consistency that is easy to pipe!)
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By kbenz
Oct 12, 2006
My first attempt at decorating cookies.  They were fun, but labor intensive.  No-fail sugar cookies (I used 1 tsp vanilla and 1 tsp almond extract...YUM!) with Alice's icing, following Antonia74's tutorial.  Definitely got some practicing to do, but they were fun, I'll do another batch closer to Halloween!
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By allibopp5
Oct 12, 2006
These, like all my cookies, were just for fun.
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By littlesis
Oct 16, 2006
Coconut cake with coconut buttercream filling and frosting.  Design from the Wilton website.
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By gina1221
Oct 17, 2006
Cake is done in buttercream then all the decor is fondant.
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By jdegeeter
Oct 19, 2006
This was my first attempt at both recipes.  I'm quite happy with the turn out.  I've had 2 orders for them so far for the school.  And they are Delicious!
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By lmn4881
Oct 20, 2006
First time to make royal iced cookies...
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By salty0108
Oct 21, 2006
For a grown boys party, Frankenstein is in the lab again being jolted with lightning!
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By Ginger08
Oct 21, 2006
witch & frankenstein sugar cookies covered in rolled buttercream
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By imartsy
Oct 22, 2006
My first time doing cookies!  NFSC recipe with MMF except for the bats and the cat, where I used Antonias icing!  A lot of fun, but need a lot of help still:)
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By heiser73
Oct 25, 2006
These were made for a child's class. I used wiltons large batch sugar cookie recipe. It was my first time using that recipe. It tastes okay but I will be looking for another recipe to try for next time. Royal Icing was used for the face. Idea from many CC cookies.
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By FancyLayne23
Oct 26, 2006
I made these cookies using the cutters I got from Michaels in the big tub for $9.99. They are my favorite Betty Crocker sugar cookies with royal icing.
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By luvbakin
Oct 27, 2006
Frankenstein
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By felipepaco
Oct 28, 2006
bride of frankenstein
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By felipepaco
Oct 28, 2006
This was an idea from the Wilton 2005 yearbook.  It is chocolate dream cake with buttercream icing.
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By gatorbear
Oct 28, 2006
No Fail and Antonia74 RI
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By KittisKakes
Oct 30, 2006
All Buttercream, very easy
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By Ili
Oct 30, 2006
Franky is standing with arms extended looking to haunt, LOL. His body is made form rice crispy treats covered in fondant.  His head is white cake colored red filled with buttercream (I didn't color that due to the gross factor). His head is covered in fondant as well and his stiches are buttercream. Happy Halloween!
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By SweetTcakes
Oct 31, 2006
these are my first decorated cookies EVER!  nfsc and antonia's ri.  spider web, moon, frankenstein, tombstone, ghost, cat, mummy, and BOO!  i'm officially addicted to cookies!
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By mxpark
Oct 31, 2006
I did these for my son's preschool Halloween party...NFSC with MMF cut-outs and buttercream details.  I got so many compliments from these...and a lot of potential orders to come!!  (I put a label with my phone # on the back)...
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By allibopp5
Oct 31, 2006
I saw this on here, but made with MMF.  Well I'd never made MMF and it didn't work!  I made the icing and decorated, and delivered this in 45 minutes!  Still, a cute idea!
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By Katie-Bug
Oct 31, 2006
My sister's first cake ever, without any classes, help her make this halloween cake for her son, all buttercream, had lots of fun showing her the techniques
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By Ili
Oct 31, 2006
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By marina34
Oct 31, 2006
This is a cake I made for work.  It turned out cute, and everyone loved it.
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By CestDuGateau
Nov 1, 2006
Halloween cookies I did for sister's job.  Had fun making them.  NFSC with MMF and buttercream icing.
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By pamthom
Nov 3, 2006
I made these to take to work on Halloween.
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By kpetcov
Nov 4, 2006
My version of the green guy...totally forgot the bolts!!!!!
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By alysmom09
Nov 4, 2006
This is 4 layers high and iced with buttercream.  The eyes are candy clay.
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By milal
Jan 28, 2007
I love to experiment with different designs. These were so much fun. I love halloween.
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By kneadacookie
Jan 28, 2007
This is one of two pictures of the two different cakes made for a joint October birthday party. I thought he would be the hard one and the pumpkin the easy one but it was the other way around. These are before I started my Wilton classes. Store bought cake mix & canned frosting. Ears and eyes were chocolate candies; nose part of a cake cone.
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By Sandi4tpc
Apr 2, 2007
This is the back of Frank's head. I loved 'stitching' over spots that I didn't like!
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By Sandi4tpc
Apr 2, 2007
I made this using the wonder mold and a doll pick painted in royal icing.  Not as easy as I thought it would be! lol :princess:
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By glitterkris
Oct 21, 2005

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