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This was a learning experience.  Many things went wrong, but it was just for a friend who lets me experiment with her needs.  It still tased yummy!
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By 4cakefiends
Oct 17, 2005
One of my first BCT and my first attempt at using the viva towel smoothing technique. I used the star tip for the border. This cake was for a farewell for a co-worker who we all thought was pretty incredible.
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By CakeDesigns
Oct 26, 2005
Buttercream transfer.
By Michele25
Mar 10, 2006
This was one of my first cakes!
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By socake
Mar 20, 2006
This cake is completely buttercream!  A June wedding would not be complete without a cake covered in wonderful spring flowers.  This was one of my favorites!!
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By tonioliver
Jul 4, 2006
This is my first and only wedding cake so far.  It was for the wedding of 
Mr. Q and Miss U.  This special wedding was in my daughter's K-5 class
to teach the children that Q and U are almost always together to make
a special sound. My daughter was the bride.  The frosting is all buttercream
and the cake is 2-6" layers and 2-9" layers of white cake.  The topper is 
from my own wedding cake 14 years ago.
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By karenscakes
Jul 10, 2006
my first buttercream cake (i usually use fondant) i tried the viva method but because im from england..i used greaseproof paper (think you call this wax paper) i dont know how anyone can get that smooth! i would love someone to message me with full instructions!! :) by the way...he has no arms...they were still drying :)
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By button-moon
Aug 22, 2006
1st time using bct.  learned it from this site!!  all bc.  pretty pleased with the way it turned out.
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By Joannah
Aug 25, 2006
From Colettes book...Mr. Sticky the Chameleon! This bad boy takes one long time to do! Model magic legs, tail and tongue. Fondant mouth, eyes and scales...oops, theyre going the wrong way...too late to do anything about that now.
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By cakearoni
Sep 22, 2006
MMF santa and Mrs Claus, tree and dress are sugar icecream cone.
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By brightbrats
Dec 1, 2006
Based on a holiday ‘toon type’ card I have. Except for the cake dowel, this Mrs. Claus is 100% edible with hand colored MMF & Satin Ice Fondant over a chocolate cake. With fondant cookies and cookie tray. The specs are fondant also.
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By tiptop57
Dec 27, 2006
This was for my husband's 34th Birthday.  I drew on a seperate paper the shape I wanted.  Next I placed it on the cake to cut it out.  I covered it with white frosting but adding some chocolate to get the light brown color with a touch of orange frosting also.  Then I just added the body parts with frosting.
By littlebuddy
Jan 26, 2007
I had a co-worker who saw my first Mrs. Claus cake and loved it so she ordered one. The whole thing is done in buttercream icing, including the apron.
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By ourboomer
Jan 31, 2007
A customer saw my previous cake and order one. The dress is made of buttercream icing and the apron is fondant.
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By ourboomer
Jan 31, 2007
I made these for a little Holiday Party, Snowmen, Mrs. Claus, Santa Elf and other Holiday Decorations. All made in BC  Dec 2005 these were made following a Holiday Figure Piping class it was a lot of fun.
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By gateaux
Mar 22, 2007
This is a bit cramped but, I dont have a bigger pan .....yet. All figures are made from fondant and the cake is covered in b.c. Thanks for looking!
By FaithsPlace
Apr 20, 2007
yet more cookies for pta bake sale.  sugar cookie with royal icing.
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By freddyfl
Jun 1, 2007
This cake was made for a five year old boy who has never ever had a birthday cake as he is allergic to dairy, nuts and eggs. He really loves Mr Tickle from The Mr Men series. It was also my first attempt at using mmf.
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By lynndy-lou
Jun 22, 2007
MMF figures with styrofoam centers.  "Rocks" made of cake balls. Tree made of styrofoam and floral wire covered ing MMF.
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By Julisa
Jun 27, 2007
Birthday cake.
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By Trinya
Jul 13, 2007
A practice cake.  I really wanted to try to do a buttercream transfer, and I needed to practice a basket weave for a cake that I am doing for a shower.  It is all buttercream over devil's food cake.  The mini cupcakes are from a bouquet that I made.  The cake was a lot of fun to make, had some problems with humidity and running black.  If anyone has any suggestions on how to prevent running color I would appreciate tips!!
By cate
Aug 1, 2007
Cake I made up.
By klutz_2
Aug 3, 2007
Well, this was a learning experience.  My BC would not crust so the Melvira method just wasn't happening.  My top tier slid off the cake board as I was putting it on the cake (tin foil problem), so in this pic there is NO board.  The fondant checkerboard I originally made (painted) were too small so I redid them as I was putting the cake together at 3 AM.  The sign broke and I had to redo it too.  Then my boys were so excited they couldn't keep their fingers off it - can you tell? LOL.  I do like it though.
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By alittlesliceofhaven
Aug 4, 2007
This is a character from the show SouthPark.  My brother loves "Mr. Hankey the Christmas Pooh", and his work ordered this cake from me.  It is chocolate cake... "his" right arm is a wooden skewer dipped into black frosting with some fanci-foil formed to hold the frosting I used to make his hand.  I used the 3D Cross pan, and just filled in the horizontal "arms" of the cross with tin-foil & carved him out.
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By OCakes
Aug 18, 2007
By kkenyon
Oct 8, 2007
I made these cucpcakes for Christmas last year for my colleagues at work.  I've been decorating cakes for a few years now for family and friends and I'm interested in any kind of feedback as I'm interested in doing this as a side business.
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By SaraLee33
Oct 11, 2007
Buttercake with buttercream, mmf covering with mmf accents.  Made for physician farewell party
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By Irishnurse
Oct 15, 2007
I tickled my 8 year old when I told her that I made a cake to look like her.  She couldn't stop laughing when she opened the box and saw this cake.  I don't get laughs like that as much anymore and now this cake just gives me the giggles every time.  Thanks to CestDuGateau for the inspiration.
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By woodyfam
Oct 23, 2007
This is the birthday cake I made for my son's 4th birthday. Brennan is such a Fantastic 4 fan and I wanted to make this extra special for him. This was my first time using MMF to make the letters to spell his name as well as using MMF for the number 4 on top. MMF plaques aren't edible since I don't have edible ink. They are photo paper on MMF. Melted chocolate on the bottom layer to make it look like The Thing. Top layer and the number 4 piped with BC to look like flames for Johnny, the Human Torch.
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By momtobtb
Nov 3, 2007
Red velvet with BC and fondant accents. This was my second cake and was most proud of her glitter eyelids and earrings. I made it for a birthday/halloween party.
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By laurynrn
Nov 29, 2007
Decorated with buttercream.  Reindeer antlers, pretzel split.  Snowman hat, marshmallow airbrushed black, brim #104.  Mrs. Claus glasses, candy melts.
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By BCJean
Dec 10, 2007
I saw these on a site called  I made santa a little different from theirs, but Mrs. Claus is pretty much a copy.  I used my new oreo molds from Spinningleaf and decorated with chocolate and royal icing.  I think they turned out really cute!
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By springlakecake
Dec 17, 2007
a big thanks to sherik for her instructions...unfortunately i didn't have the wonder mold pan, so i made do with a 6, 7, and half of a sports ball pan.  ran out to dollar general and bought a cheap barbie to disassemble.  misted with aztec gold for that "magical" feeling.  the teachers at the school loved it and couldn't believe it was cake...yay!!!
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By mixinvixen
Dec 24, 2007
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By mixinvixen
Dec 24, 2007
Cookies that went into cookie bouquets for my dd's teacher & the church office.  NFSC, RBC & Royal.  Not sure you can see, but Mrs. Claus does have glasses.  Garland, glasses & details on ornament dusted w/ Luster Dust.  And I did add a personalized RI tag for the gift from my dd to her teacher.  As always, I had fun!!!
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By dandelion56602
Dec 30, 2007
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By FiveRushings
Jan 28, 2008
I wish I could take credit for this design.  It's actually from a Wilton Christmas idea book.
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By cakemommy75002
Feb 8, 2008
This idea came from a Wilton idea book.  I made these to be sold in a church fundraiser.  These were so much fun.  Iced in all BC.
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By cakemommy75002
Feb 15, 2008
Fondant figures took forever, but I'm happy with the way they came out.

Got the idea from another CC member, thank you!
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By startropics
Mar 23, 2008
This was for my godson's 2nd birthday party, and he wanted Mr. Incredible...  So I took and 11x14 sheet cake, white with strawberry whipped filling, and a 9X13 sheet cake, chocolate and cut it out to be a star, and then did Mr. Incredible as a color-flow directly on the cake (before I had tried a buttercream transfer).  He loved it!
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By ribbitfroggie
May 13, 2005


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