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Reverse Frozen buttercream transfer
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By richardskathy
Jul 18, 2005
This is my first Frozen Buttercream Transfer.  If anyone could give me some suggestions I would greatly appreciate it.  As you can see, it's not too smooth and it broke a bit with I removed it from the glass.
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By PoodleDoodle
Jul 29, 2005
Cake I made for my son's wolf scout family cookout.  He wanted me to make a cake with a wolf on it.  I did my first buttercream frozen transfer, I think it turned out OK for my first
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By texasmichele
Sep 13, 2005
This is my first attempt at a frozen buttercream transfer.  It came out pretty well and I do like the technique.  I'll definitely try it again!  Plus, I think the dragon is soooo cute!
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By blindambition
Jan 21, 2006
Our little dog Sapphire ran away when the wind blew open our back gate, and a neighbor 3 blocks away found her and kept her safe.  This was a cake I made to thank her.  It was my first frozen buttercream transfer, and I was reasonably happy with the way it turned out!  This is almost exactly what our dog looks like.
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By kelleym
Feb 4, 2006
Frozen Buttercream transfer of Donny Osmond from the Johnny Bravo cartoon.  Just fun for a big Donny fan's 40th birthday.  The cake has forty candy molded roses.
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By ednmargie
Feb 13, 2006
This was my 2nd attempt at a frozen buttercream transfer.  My sister-in-law asked for this for their installation reception.  I still don't care much for the logo transfer, but it was HARD logo to duplicate!  The cake got rave reviews though!  Half chocolate/half vanilla.
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By kellyh57
Apr 24, 2006
This cake was made using Wilton's Tigger pan.  I traced the pan insert to do the FBCT (which is already in reverse), it was my first attempt at FBCT and turned out OK.  I forgot to cover the back of the transfer with the color of icing I was planning to ice to cake with, so I had some breakage, but it went back together beautifully!  No more stars for me, this worked out great!
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By wells123
May 5, 2006
This was my first buttercream transfer. It needs improvement, but not bad for a first try! If I knew it was going to turn out that cute, I would have actually iced the cake nicely and smoothed it, plus added borders and embellishments. But we learn from our mistakes....
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By tgirl22
May 7, 2006
These are two little cakes I did at the last minute. My sister-in-law wanted to celebrate her twin's birthday at my son's first communion party but she wasn't going to have a cake for them since I was already having one for my son. I made these little smash cakes just for them.
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By mariak
May 22, 2006
My friends wanted a birthday cake done for their little boy turning 2. They wanted a Thomas the Tank cake (which I did) but I did this one as an extra. It is FBCT, and I am totally addicted to doing them !!! I know that we are supposed to blur out faces on pics of cakes, but I don't know if this counts ????
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By sedinga
Jun 8, 2006
This is a lemon cake with raspberry filling and the Wilton BC recipe.  The NY was done using the frozen buttercream recipe (my first attempt at it) and the baseballs and baseball bat is made out of a gumpaste fondant mix.
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By mymichelle04
Jun 16, 2006
Frozen Buttercream technique (love, love, love this technique)
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By SpaceMonque
Jun 26, 2006
yellow cake with lemon creamcheese filling.  covered in BC and MMF, carved freehand, strawberry shortcake is FBCT.
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By doitallmom
Jun 27, 2006
My first FBCT cake!  The transfer cracked when I put it on the cake, but with some support from my DH and a dry paintbrush, I was able to mend the break!  I got the image from clipart online and made a mirror image in MS Photodraw.
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By mrskennyprice
Jul 8, 2006
Not one of my best - second time trying FBCT and this time on an ice cream cake.  I made the ice cream cake at home and decorated it since my hubby doesn't like cake (go figure). It was 3 layers of ice cream (butter pecan, Nestle Crunch, and cookie dough) and two layers of brownies.  I learned that it is difficult to get icing on an ice cream cake smooth because it starts to melt as you are frosting!  Also, the FBCT doesn't have time to melt into the the icing since you can't leave it out without melting!
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By divaricks
Jul 23, 2006
Made this cake for my little one's 2nd birthday.  The Dora and the text are done with the frozen buttercream transfer method.
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By sarahb
Jul 24, 2006
Spongebob birthday cake. First FBCT!! Choc cake with 3 layers of vanilla cream filling.
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By 2yummy
Sep 2, 2006
This was my first try with fbct on a 3D surface.  It was the 3D Cruiser pan, iced in bettercream, and of course the transfers were buttercream.  It nearly made me cry several times as i find out that i can't pipe a straight line, and i had to give up on a few of the details that i wanted, but the birthday boy's wife loved it when i dropped it off
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By lilypie
Oct 8, 2006
This was my first attempt at frozen buttercream transfer and I think it turned out wonderful. The image i made looked identical to the one i printed out. I froze it overnight. I Love fbct! This cake was for the Seneca Party for this years Seneca Nation Election
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By Daniellemhv
Oct 27, 2006
Frozen Buttercream Transfer.  This is a replica of my nephews tattoo.
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By WickedBlu
Oct 27, 2006
This cake was for a young lady taking self-defense classes.  They wanted a cake with a lady kicking a man below the belt.  This is what I came up with.  This was my first FBCT and it will not be my last.  There are many flaws in this FBCT but I will keep trying until I get it right.
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By kimhamjohn
Nov 1, 2006
It's almost 2am here, so...later I'll be going to a surprise birthday party.  I made my very first ever FBCT using the photo to sketch program that someone was nice enough to let this community know about.  I did have one major mishap when I forgot that I had "untaped" the wax paper from my cutting board/sketch paper.  The transfer fell on my counter - frosting side down!  I think I saved it well though.  The cake is 2 layers of Pink Champagne White cake and chocolate Bavarian cream filling.
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By Sugar_Plum_Fairy
Nov 3, 2006
My first FBCT.
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By nanzz
Nov 19, 2006
The Dolphin wa frozen buttercream, the rest of the cake was buttercream, except for the water which was piping gel.
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By CrystalRain
Nov 21, 2006
my favorite cake I have made to date...love frozen buttercream transfer!!!
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By cakelady5
Nov 29, 2006
my second attempt at frozen buttercream, my advice is to give it a full 24 hours to freeze...not as workable after 2 hours.  I made this cake in 25 minutes, as it was for me and my class, not a paid cake.  It is not as good as I could have done...still cute and the kids loved it!
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By cakelady5
Nov 29, 2006
this cake is 1/2 chocolate, 1/2 vanilla 10 inch square.  The batman and symbols are frozen buttercream transfer.  The children were thrilled and couldn't believe I made it.
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By newfyicing
Dec 9, 2006
This is the Betty Boop birthday cake I made for my 12-year old daughter. It is moist red velvet cake filled with dark chocolate mousse and seedless raspberry jam. Frosted with whipped cream butter cream - Betty is my first FBCT. I topped it off with one of the lips sugar cookies I made for the party favors. My daughter loved it!
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By writer_mom
Dec 18, 2006
I made this cake for a friend's baby shower. Half of the cake is rich yellow butter cake filled with vanilla mousse with chopped up reese's peanut butter cups (the mom-to-be's favorite candy). The other half is a tasty buttermilk devils food cake with cookies and cream filling. Frosted with whipped cream butter cream and brown sugar for the dirt. The baby is a FBCT and the sides are decorated with NF sugar cookies iced with royal icing and glace.
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By writer_mom
Dec 18, 2006
Frozen Buttercream Transfer
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By rhopar33
Dec 28, 2006
My first attempt at a frozen buttercream transfer.  I needed a better picture but overall it was much better than I expected.  It was supposed to be a 1953 Bel Air - the highlights from the sun hitting the car were a bit off.
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By mjrhooligan
Jan 29, 2007
this is fbct of a backyardigan for a little boy's third birthday.  Because Uniqua is all pink I did the writing and border in blue to make it a little more masculine.  Thanks for looking!
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By newfyicing
Feb 9, 2007
chocolate chip cake, frozen buttercream transfer (stuck to paper and had to rip off and fix!) buttercream icing.  The little boy looked at the cake and said "mcqueeeeeeeeen!"
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By newfyicing
Feb 9, 2007
Buttercream transfer, choc. cake
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By cakes21
Feb 12, 2007
Lemon pound cake (recipe from cake central) with frozen buttercream transfer of guitar.  The music notes around the side are a bit hard to see but there are a lot of different notes.  Actually made the guitar twice because the first time it looked like blue intestines.  The second time was a bit better because I used a smaller tip, but does anybody have suggestions of how to get rid of the lines like that?
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By mjrhooligan
Feb 18, 2007
Got this idea from this website. My first ever cupcake cake and Frozen Buttercream Transfer. Learned a lot. This was for a friends' 30th birthday which was at a pub, so I didn't want us to have to "cut" a cake. Thanks for looking:)
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By michkrew
Feb 21, 2007
this is my first attepmpt at a frozen buttercream transfer. it's a milk chocolate cake with vanilla frosting and buttercream filling.
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By jescapades
Feb 28, 2007
Cupcake cake with SpongeBob FBCT, #5 made out of rolled buttercream
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By Joshsmom
Mar 1, 2007
My first cupcake cake and frozen buttercream transfer.  These are red velvet cupcakes (20) with cream cheese frosting (background only).  I also filled each cupcake with some of the cream cheese frosting.  I did this for my cousin's baby shower.  She loved it.   Dawn, Thank You sooooo much for sharing your technique. Your instructions were great.  I used the Walmart brand of fudge frosting and it was perfect for outlining.  Now I can move on to more detailed designs.  I hope to get as good as you one day.
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By Sina
Apr 13, 2005

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