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This was a last minute save.  A store bought cake was brought to me by a desprate mom.  The store just slapped frosting on the cake and piped a line on the base.  She had the plastic Dora pieces so I sent Dora on an Adventure.  The 3 year old girl loved it!  And I got to be the hero.
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By mommykicksbutt
Apr 13, 2005
Another store bought cake that I rescued for the frantic mother of the birthday child.  Color flow square in center used for the mat.  Plastic figure gymnastist.
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By mommykicksbutt
Apr 13, 2005
Okay first let me start with a few disclaimers (grins):
1. I am not a fan of the Bratz, but when your stuck in the 1/05 blizzard in Long Island, and your family requests that you make "one of your great cakes for your cousins daughter (who is fabulous by the way and the sweetest girl you could ever meet), and you are trapped because flights have been cancel to take you back to California where only an infrequent earthquake can trap you...well what can you do...
2. I only made the Bratz girl image.
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By karthurs
Apr 13, 2005
This cake was from 3 years ago.  The image was used by her Mom for the invitations, I used (what else) colored chocolates to recreate the image.  You can see that the colors are flat compared to the Bratz cake 3 years later when I realized that you do subtle color dimensions with brushing chocolate.
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By karthurs
Apr 13, 2005
This girl liked rainbow and shapes so that's what's on the cake. I had fun making it and she loved it.  I used the Tupperware "Shap-o-toy" shapes to press in the cake to trace.
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By Susan94
Apr 13, 2005
Chocolate cake with strawberry filling.This was my first Whipped Cream cake!
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By ChicosMom
Apr 13, 2005
This was done for a baby shower at my church, I also did a brownie that has rosebuds to match this cake.
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By cakegirl79
Apr 13, 2005
This was done to match my "It's a girl" cake, the momma who the shower was for didn't really like cake, she likes brownies, so she got brownies!!
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By cakegirl79
Apr 13, 2005
Made for little girl #3 for my friend!  Next time I would make the face white and the nose pink.....too pink of a face!!
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By zoozieqv
Apr 13, 2005
Two tiered cake colored in light pink and lavender.  Accented with flowers, polka dots, lace, and triangles.  Cake was made for my mother and the tea party that I prepared for her for Mother's Day.
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By APieceofCake
Apr 17, 2005
A girl teddy I delivered last weekend. A 4 year old wanted so bad a teddy in brown and pink. I gave the idea of a teddy with a pink dress. And a light pink nicker. It doesnt show in this pc. First time I delivered a b-day cake, and I could see their face. It was a hit. :)
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By elin
Apr 24, 2005
One of the Hula Girl Cakes I did for my daughter's 4th birthday. I made one for each of the girls.
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By kgil1124
Apr 26, 2005
I used the cutter from

Took so long do do 40!
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By antonia74
May 26, 2005
This cake was very easy buttime comsuming to make. My sister didn't know what gender she was having so I made it pink and blue. I made 3 different layers and frosted them with a white frosting. I colored white chocolate with pink and blue to make the shavings on top of the frosting. I used plastic baby blocks to separate the layers.
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By krissy_kze
Jun 7, 2005
My sister in law gave me this idea - Thanks Shellie!!
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By Tazalexis
Jul 5, 2005
Fondant teapot cake made for my daughter's 3 year old birthday party!
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By DebraZ
Jul 13, 2005
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By edcjenv
Jul 14, 2005
My horse lover daughter's 10th birthday. Yellow cake, chocolate buttercream, MMF flowers, and some clay candy decorations.
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By wandy27
Jul 18, 2005
I made the girls while my daughter (pastrypuff) was in Switzerland for my brothers 40th BDay cake so they had time to harden & dry. Puff wouldn't let us leave them naked because she won't do that kind of I had to put bikini tops on them. They were fun to make (nipples kept sticking to my fingers instead of the babes) and they kept getting more wrinkled as they dried. My brother and his friends kept licking them all night and sticking them back in thier pockets.
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By gotcake
Jul 20, 2005
baby shower cake for a girl.  the swing seats are lifesavers.
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By lakila
Jul 31, 2005
i stole this idea from someone on this site (can't remember the name off hand) Nice idea, but a lot of work. i was so tired, i didn't even bother to do the rose vines on the outside!!
By Tazalexis
Jul 31, 2005
frosted w/ buttercream and fondant tablecloth.  The tea party set is my daughters.
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By amberlicious
Aug 8, 2005
Strawberry Shortcake for my Niece's first birthday.  It is hard to believe that the pan is 24 years old!!
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By jwcarver
Aug 13, 2005
My neighbor wanted a ballerina cake for her granddaughter.  I found these cute little figurines at the dollar store and used them as inspiration for the color scheme.  The fondant is homemade, with a simple marble/chocolate buttercream filling.   This is the time I'll be getting paid for doing a cake!  YAY!!
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By ellepal
Aug 13, 2005
fondant covered with fondant stars and message
By xinue
Aug 16, 2005
Everyone should have a special day!

This is a two layer chocolate cake with a grand marnier strawberry filling. I used some of my new tips on this cake!
By ameena
Aug 17, 2005
Coffee pecan pound cake / brandy flavor buttercream for my Sister's 30th birthday we all loved the smurf's growning up. this pan is my $3.00 thrift store find w/ insert! WoW!
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By blessBeckysbaking
Aug 28, 2005
This is my first *character* cake - I have a lot of room to grow! lol....

This was for a co-worker's ten year old daughter's birthday.  She is in love with Bratz - being a new mom, I hadn't even heard of them.  I have a lot of room to grow there too!  lol...

The cake is french vanilla iced in cherry buttercream, with fondant stars, character and finishing balls.  I used a picture I downloaded from the net for the inspiration for the doll.

Thanks for looking!

- Tami -
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By Biscat
Sep 1, 2005
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By heatherj
Sep 11, 2005
Made with buttercream icing.  The mother was very pleased!!
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By zoozieqv
Sep 11, 2005
6" stacked on 8", butter cake iced in buttercream.  The disc on top is supposed to be a CD with 2 others underneath it.  Started this one at 4 AM so I guess it could be worse....
By tripletmom
Sep 20, 2005
This is the same cake I posted before but I added a border and I think it makes it look better.
By hobbycakes
Sep 22, 2005
This is a cake that I jsut decorated for a coworker's baby shower.  It was decorated to match the baby shower decorations (specifically the napkins) which you will be able to see in the next picture.  For the sake of time, we "cheated" by getting a Costco cake that was just frosted with plain white and I took it home and decorated it.  It sure made my life easier!
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By duvalc
Sep 23, 2005
This was a cake I made for my best friend's 3 year old. I took the design from the 2006 Wilton Yearbook and tweaked it a little. The body is an upside down heart and the head is the Wilton animal crackers pan. Everything is fondant except the crown and the sceptor which were purchased.
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By HeatherMari
Sep 30, 2005
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By Chef_Mommy
Oct 3, 2005
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By Chef_Mommy
Oct 3, 2005
A cake made for a girl last may. Covered with fondant and flowers by sugarpaste. First try of my pearlmold.
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By elin
Oct 4, 2005
This I made for a young girl on her puberty seremony. (hindu tradition) I got some ideas from Stephen Benison's book. All made out of pastillage, flowerpaste and fondant. It was a hit for them.
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By elin
Oct 4, 2005
This is the last one I made for a puberty seremony. The mother wanted a hat and flowers. And the colours had to mach the girls saree (dress). Nobody belived at first this flowers was made by me and by sugar.
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By elin
Oct 4, 2005
My little grandaughter wanted a Barbie doll cake dressed in "LELO" yellow.
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By awela
Apr 13, 2005


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