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The money is Kids play money from a $2 shop!
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By socake
Mar 20, 2006
This cake was made for my cousin's 25th birthday her works for a bank and my aunt wanted a "bank/money" theme. This is what I came up with.
All the decorations on the cake are made from fondant except for the coins. Those are those foiled wrapped loonies and toonies. And the desk is fondant but I had to use pieces of thin cardboard to support it because I didn’t have enough time to let it really dry out hard.
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By BabyKat
Jul 26, 2006
Cake I made for one our Mah Jongg ladies moving away.  All BC except for the chocolate money on the side
By caryncorn
Aug 20, 2006
I made this cake for my cousin. We share the same birthday, this is one of two cakes that I made for our birthday party. This is fbct with a picture of the birthday boy as the "president".  All the info on the dollar bill is serial number is his dob the number on the cake is his age.  The state treasurer is him and the "secretary O' Power" is his mom.  It was a hit everyone loved this cake.
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By Cake_Mooma
Sep 18, 2006
Money bag cake for 2 accountants
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By AndiSC
Oct 24, 2006
Retirement cake for our school principal.  I wanted to use "Goodbye tension, hello pension" without getting too detailed.  I thought it turned out good.  The car and money bags are made of white and milk chocolate painted with luster dust.  The sides aren't really buckling.  I used that Wilton spray and it ended up looking funny like that.  I tried to smooth it out, but it didn't work.
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By Alickert
Dec 12, 2006
This is my first ever decorated cake. i did it for my Gcse's, i won the first prize which was five pounds and got an a for it. i'm so proud because it was the first time i have ever won anything.
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By Twilight
Dec 18, 2006
Saw some slot machine cakes and loved the way the coins flew around the is my version on a Birthday Money cake
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By RisqueBusiness
Jan 2, 2007
Saw this in a book and had to make it.  I used the wilton ball pan. The coins are chocolate covered in foil (bought not made)
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By seven
Jan 16, 2007
Decorated in RI.  I made these for a wedding with a gambling theme.  The bride told me what cookies she wanted.  I would have loved to have made a slot machine, still haven't (yet).
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By cookiecreations
Jan 19, 2007
The birthday boy was the Controller at our office.  His dept copied his ID photo and we put it in the center of the cake.  It was a very last minute cake!
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By indydebi
Feb 2, 2007
A friend's daughter will be going to Australia as a student ambassador for the US this summer and she wanted me to make the cake look like money.  She has $6,000 more to raise.  She loved it when she saw it.
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By satin
Feb 5, 2007
My son wanted a "bling" cake.  Don't ask me why.  This is what I came up with.  Gold bars are mini loaf pan cakes covered with fondant stacked.  All other decorations in fondant
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By joellephillips
Feb 10, 2007
simple cake design with edible image.
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By chefamanda
Mar 11, 2007
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By esqui
Mar 13, 2007
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By moniquerei
Mar 27, 2007
This is my first time doing  a 3 D cake. It was done with the mini bear pan.  This is also the first picture  I have ever posted. I am really please with the way it came out. This cake stands about 5 " tall and is done with chocolate  almond buttercream. And vanilla almond buttercream for the light brown, and yellow.  Thank you to entertayneme for her help and inspiration!
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By Chericakes
Apr 12, 2007
By Hansel_Gretel
Apr 13, 2007
usually cakes look better in the flesh than a picture, but in this case, the picture makes it look better than it actually was....ive NEVER been able to cover a cake perfectly coz it always rips! so i have to resort to cutting pieces (front and back) and sticking them together...i just wish i was good enough!
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By button-moon
Apr 27, 2007
This was an impromptu cake I baked for a friend who's opening a cafeteria. It's to congratulate her & wish her success for the business venture.
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By nanzz
Apr 27, 2007
For 2 different birthdays, buttercream.
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By sampy
Apr 28, 2007
This is a lady who loves shoes, shopping, clothes, shopping!  All done in fondant and CMC as usual!  I used bold gold powder colour for the £ sign and the money!
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By aine2
May 2, 2007
Sock monkey cake, one of my earlier ones.  Banana chocolate chip cake with banana buttercream.
By karmicflower
May 2, 2007
This one was a requestfor a bank party... Thanks CC members for the wonderfull ideas about piggy bank cakes!!! The coins were toys.
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By Claudine1976
May 27, 2007
I had loads of fun doing this.  My first attempt at doing a handbag cake.  I was very pleased with it.  It is this season Gancho Dior handbag.  I did a joke behind the cake as the cost to buy the actual bag & shoes is over £1000, and did the money of £35 to show that she still had money left over.   Money was printed onto icing sheet with edible inks.  The birthday girl was happy with it, but did not want to cut it.  Cake was chocolate vanilla marble cake with vanilla buttercream.
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By Arty
Jun 11, 2007
I got the idea for this cake from someone here on the gallery. It is yellow cake with BC and MMF. Gumpaste / MMf money bag. Chocolate coins and kids play money. My husband asked me to make this cake for his employees at the bank he works for. It was employee appreciation day.
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By dakjack
Jun 12, 2007
6", 9", 12" round tiers simply iced in buttercream with green borders. The money on the cake is actually faux million dollar bills that I purchased through the internet.
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By VACakelady
Jun 16, 2007
All BC. Top is FBCT.
By ahmommy
Jun 22, 2007
I got this idea from Two-Hour Party Cakes by Carol Deacon. This cake was SOOO easy and now I want to do all the cakes in the book! LOL
It is a yellow cake with BC filling and fondant. The coins are foil covered chocolates
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By reesesob
Jun 25, 2007
Made for a customer's daughter who is obsessed with money. Bill is a white chocolate mold.
By chavezce
Aug 12, 2007
Done for a 21st birthday, customer wanted a cake that expressed her son's love of poker. Everything seen in the picture is edible... including the money & the cards - 'Straight Royal Flush'.  Customer was blown away as she couldn't believe it was cake, and kept asking if her son had to cut it & how to cut it.  I was really pleased with the finished look.  All modelling done in fondant, satin silver luster dust used on case.
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By Arty
Aug 14, 2007
This was a birthday cake ordered for a lady who likes to shop!  (dont  we all!!!)  It's choc w/ choc mousse filling, covered in CBC with fondant accents.
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By frog80
Aug 16, 2007
Thanks Alickert for the inspiration for this cake.  My first big cake.  Yellow cake with buttercream icing.
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By Sweetpeazmom
Aug 17, 2007
70th birthday for a lady who was going gambling to celebrate.
By keonicakes
Aug 19, 2007
This is a 3 layer cake covered with fondant and airbrushed to look like a stack of poker chips with a pair of aces.
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By spohnj
Aug 25, 2007
This was for the president of the bank where my mom works.  I got this idea from the many pictures here on CC. He loved it.
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By Vicki614
Aug 28, 2007
This was inspired by the Wilton "Pink Purse".  I wanted to make it 3-D though, instead of flat.  BC with MMF accents.  Accessories are brushed with luster dust.  Used my kids' stamps to get the impression on the money.  Fun cake to make!
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By gakali
Sep 7, 2007
3 layers of Vanilla & Chocolate cake w/ chocolate buttercream and filled with chocolate pudding.
Bag is rice krispie treat covered in chocolate fondant. Gold coins are from Peterbrooke Chocolatier.  Made for a guy who works for Brinks.  Second paid cake.  Fun to make :)
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By brownlg05
Sep 13, 2007
FBCT logo, MMF money  drawn w/ eddible markers and Piggy bank done with mmf. Thanks to all the wonderfull piggy bank cakes  here that inspired me :)
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By jessi01
Sep 23, 2007
cake for my father in law who loves coin collecting.  This cake was a pure headache to do, my icing kept sliding off the side of the cake, my bct wouldn't come off the paper and literally crumbled so i had to free hand the majority of the image.  I learned one thing from this cake, i'll never do another one like this one again.  Any hints, suggestions, critiques welcome.
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By KCsmom98
Feb 19, 2006


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