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The whole this stood  16"wide and 21" tall.  It was sooo hot this past Saturday (over 83 degrees outside and close to 90 degrees in the house where Elmo sat.  Even though I cut the buttercream with shortening, it started to melt.  I was expecting temps in the mid seventies.  Oh well, at least there was room for him in the fridge.
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By tinygoose
Nov 16, 2008
This is a yellow cake. The icing is swiss buttercream and the rose is modeling chocolate...
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By dreamer61352
Oct 13, 2006
I made this cake for my dad's birthday.  He is a beaver trapper and I thought this would be so cute.  Beavers are made of modeling chocolate.  Got my inspiration from the gallery from cakes by ISA and beachcakes.
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By aliciababcock
Jan 31, 2007
Here is my first try at modeling chocolate...
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By Jessmar
Nov 24, 2006
This is an orange cake with ganache, white chocolate curls and modeling chocolate roses and numbers
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By hydrangea
Apr 1, 2007
I made this for my birthday! No one wanted to make me a cake, they threw me a party but refused to make a cake! Anyway, bottom  two 8 inches are white cake with black raspberry filling (YUMMMMM), vanilla buttercream. The top two 6 inch cakes are key lime with vanilla buttercream filling and frosting. Modeling chocolate cherry blossom branch and gum paste blossoms (dusted with rose colored luster dust). The key lime cake was the hit of the party!
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By rhiannonbell
Apr 14, 2007
Made for my nephew - all decorations are gum paste/fondant except for the tree, which is modeling chocolate. Cake is three layers, white with strawberries and vanilla bc. The theme of his party was "kite flying" so I tried to incorporate that as best I could!
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By rhiannonbell
Apr 15, 2007
Well, here it is.  This cake had so many new elements for me.  I just wanted to challenge myself and see if I could do it.  Some of my flowers turned out really great...some of them, not so great.  =->  I left corn starch on some of my fondant so that was kind of a newbie thing to do.  The baby is modeling chocolate and it's my first time working with that medium.  (Don't I sound like an artist instead of a cake maker?  ;-P )  Anyway, it was a huge hit and the whole party loved it.  Yay!
This is the front.
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By Aubrey2007
May 28, 2007
I made this cake for my niece's 11th birthday. Tinkerbell is made from modeling chocolate. The present she is sitting on is a dummy, but all other layers are white with strawberry filling, iced in IMBC, covered in MMF. All other accents are gumpaste. Thanks for looking!
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By stephivey
May 29, 2007
my first try at modeling chocolate
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By hydrangea
Apr 1, 2007
This was made for my BF's graduation.  A 12" & 8" Strawberry Crunch with actual cheesecake filling...I wasn't sure how it would work, but it tasted great.  Graduation cap was a mini wondermold covered in fondant, and a fondant diploma.  Blue flowers were fondant, yellow was modeling chocolate with gold luster dust.
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By ribbitfroggie
Jun 12, 2007
Elementary school graduation.  Both tiers are white cake.  Top has chocolate pudding filling and bottom has lemon filling.  Bear is modeling chocolate.  Flowers and scrolls are MMF.
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By pattycakes1326
Jul 10, 2007
I made this cake for my husband who just graduated from OU Law school.  The crest for the school has a large owl in the center, the color for law is purple and during the graduation they are hooded so that is how the owl inspired me and all the other components of the cake.  EVERYTHING was done in modeling chocolate.  The owl was made by carving a stryofoam ball as well as his head and then it was covered in modeling chocolate.
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By sjlarby
Jul 25, 2007
Friends baby boy 1st birthday cake. I forgot I was supposed to make it small and I made it a little larger. We could've had this one at work instead of Costco cake.  I borrowed the idea from Boween, so thanks! Buttercream icing with painted modeling chocolate accents.
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By fmandds
Aug 19, 2007
Made of modeling chocolate
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By ericaann79
Aug 29, 2007
This was hard!!  I made it for my newphew's 14th birthday.  Banana  cake covered in MMF.  Antlers were modeling chocolate painted with candy melts.  Carving the cake was easy, Thank you SOOOO Much to Ellantehalima for the directions!!  But icing it and covering it in 2 different layers of fondant was much harder than i expected it to be.  Sometimes, i think my eyes are larger than my ability!
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By 29apr00
Sep 18, 2007
Birthday Cake for my son.   Thanks to the many CC'ers who inspired it. 
Yellow Cake "buns", Brownie "hamburger", Modeling Chocolate "cheese", and "ketchup" frosting holding it together.
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By pattycakes1326
Sep 26, 2007
This cake is decorated with buttercream frosting. The drapes are white chocolate fondant colored red. The roses are made out of modeling chocolate. The hearts are made of hard candy, boiled to hard crack, then cooled and piped into hearts. This was my first traditional style cake. I do mostly whimsical or sculpted cakes.
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By v_holtkamp
Sep 26, 2007
The turrets are made of Gelatin icing.  The princesses on the turrets are CT. The bottom layer is white chocolate with chocolate mousse filling, the other two layers are white chocolate colored pink filled the buttercream filing.   All cakes are covered in fondant. The flowers are all made with modeling chocolate  The pond is also cake covered with  chocolate fondant and filled with buttercream.  The trees are icecream cones covered in royal icing then rolled in green sugar.
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By deetmar
Sep 30, 2007
Brush embroidery flowers.  Chocolate plastique rose and leaves.  All buttercream (except the rose, of course)
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By amysue99
Oct 27, 2007
Royal icing spots, gumpaste/fondant bows and roses, buttercream icing, modeling chocolate roses.
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By pbertone1005
Nov 29, 2007
This was a 8x8 and 6x6 cake.  It was covered in modeling chocolate with accents made of wilton fondant.  The piping was done in ganache.
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By sjlarby
Jan 14, 2008
I did this for my daughter's first grade class. BC with modeling chocolate decorations. This was my first time using modeling chocolate. It was fun!
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By trixieleigh
Jan 16, 2008
chocoalate cake with chocolate butter cream, fondant accents and covered with modeling chocolate
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By southaustingirl
Feb 15, 2008
Modeling chocolate roses & butterfly with chocolate buttercream basketweave piping. First practice basketweave cake.
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By JessicaCooper
Feb 23, 2008
This cake was fun to make.  She wanted something chocolate and decadent.  It is a Bourbon chocolate cake covered in ganache.  I used white chocolate and dark chocolate clay to make the hydrangeas.  I was so excited to use my new hydrangea tools I got from Scott Clark Woolley.  They were so easy and came out beautiful!
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By sjlarby
Mar 20, 2008
This was supposed to look like a vintage plastic doll.  I had a few issues with it, but you can't win 'em all, LOL!  Chai Tea Cake recipe from here (yum), fondant, modeling chocolate, and buttercream.  The head is a styro ball covered in modeling chocolate and the eyes are plastic, so from the chin upwards is not edible.  The rest is.  If you want to see in-progress photos, they're at my alter-ego website, www.cakedalaska.com  but please come back here to leave comments!
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By TooMuchCake
Mar 23, 2008
Trillium, daffodils and violets are made out of modeling chocolate. Background is rolled buttercream.
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By bethmck
Apr 2, 2008
My first bridal cake. I made the roses, leaves and ribbon out of modeling chocolate.
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By trixieleigh
Apr 29, 2008
6 of my little Piggy cupcakes, made for a custom order.
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By BlackBoxBakery
May 17, 2008
Classic white cake with BC filling and covered in MMF, modeling chocolate decorations. Real gerberas from my own flower garden.
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By Rose-Lynn
Jun 30, 2008
Well I finally got it done....boy it was one disaster after another, but in the end I think it came out pretty well.  I know the groom loved it. This wasn't my design...the bride gave me a picture, but I did change the top a bit and added more strawberries around the bottom. The bowties, buttons, and lapels are made out of modeling chocolate (my first time using it). I think next time I will use chocolate fondant.  Thanks for looking!
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By Alice1230
Jul 13, 2008
6, 8 and 10 in rounds. Italian butter cream filling and Sugar Shack buttercream frosting for the outside. White and Chocolate wedding cake. Roses are modeling chocolate.
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By conkam
Jul 27, 2008
Veggie tales made of modeling chocolate for my grandsons cake. My first figures ever... what an adventure! The holes on some of them are where we placed their gumpaste light sabers so they could fit in with the star wars theme.
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By Lady_Phoenix
Aug 5, 2008
The results of three of my Cake Camp classes.  The animals are made from rolled buttercream to resemble marzipan.  That class and the Cocoa Painting class were taught by Marsha Winbeckler.  The Modeling Chocolate Roses with Leaves class was taught by Toba Garrett.  Two very impressive teachers.
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By Sugar_Plum_Fairy
Aug 8, 2008
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By smab109
Aug 20, 2008
I carved the cake and then covered it with Buttercream and then mm Fondant.  All of the roses and bow are modeling chocolate.  The stripe around the top of the cake is fondant. This was my first time working with modeling chocolate and I love the stuff... easy to make too!
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By dellboi2u
Aug 22, 2008
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By smab109
Aug 25, 2008
Made as a farewell for our neighbors.  Also made a matching "welcome" for an incoming family.  NFSC cookie, modeling chocolate roses and marbled modeling chocolate to cover cookie.
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By amysue99
Sep 4, 2008
wreath cake decorated with leaves, roses, acorns, pinecones made with modeling chocolate (chocolate "clay")
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By luddroth
Dec 9, 2008

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