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By msbask
Jul 5, 2005
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By lisamarie182
Oct 25, 2005
Cake I just finished for a 70th BD.  No name on the cake yet, want to make sure I get it right so I'll finish on site.  The cake is vanilla with buttercream frosting.  The Navy insignia is a combo of fondant and BC.  The flag is fondant (rather easy to do--I was surprised).
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By Mac
Sep 17, 2005
This is one of three cakes I am making for my hubby's goodbye party at work.  This is his current command patch.  There are things that need improving but I am overall happy with it.  It is the first time I have ever torted a cake, piped a border, and done a "real' FBCT.
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By freddyfl
Feb 28, 2006
this is cake #2 of 3 for hubbys goodbye party.  This is the patch of his new command.  Again, things to improve on, but I am pleased with it over all.  Now it is time to go start the 3-D submarine cake.
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By freddyfl
Feb 28, 2006
This is the third and final cake in the series of cakes I made for my hubbies goodbye party. Overall I would say I did pretty well considering they were only the 3rd, 4th, and 5th decorated cakes I have ever made.  The cake itself is a white cake with bavarian cream filling and buttercream frosting.  The sub is covered in chocolate mmf (MMMM soo tasty) and painted with black food coloring, everything else is buttercream.
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By freddyfl
Mar 1, 2006
Not happy with how this cake turned out.  So many mistakes!  They probably won't even notice so it'll do.
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By cakemommy
Mar 2, 2006
Cake is marble yellow/chocolate with a whipped milk chocolate ganache.  Oak Leaf is a FBCT!!
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By cakemommy
Dec 6, 2005
My Navy friend stationed in Afghanistan requested a "cat in a sailor suit" cake for his girlfriend (who lives near me).  I used my HUGGABLE TEDDY BEAR pan and did a little re-decorating to accommodate his request.
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By wyatt
Mar 5, 2006
My first BCT! I'm so proud of it! Its a lot easier than I thought. This was cracked on my though but i tried to fix it the best way i could. thanks for looking!
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By ken
Mar 24, 2006
First stacked/carved cake.  Done for my BIL's birthday.  Took HOURS! and I'm just holding my breath that it doesn't fall apart before the party today!  The legs are 2 stacked 6 inch cakes.  The body is wondermold cake.  The head is the sports ball cake.  All iced in BC and covered with MMF.  I hate the way the head came out.  Can someone please tell me how to cover a sports ball cake with fondant and keep it smooth!  Hat made with gumpaste.
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By joellephillips
Apr 22, 2006
Another view of the cake!
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By ctnesset
Apr 27, 2006
Made this one for a girl who runs on the track team my hubby coaches. I am not crazy about the colors but they are the school colors. I hope she likes it!!  It is 2 10 inch rounds stacked with buttercream filling and the outside is BC as well as the flowers!!
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By jennifer293
May 9, 2006
A Chief's retirement cake
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By bradslilfaerie
Jun 8, 2006
A cake I made for my cousin's birthday. It was a lot of fun -- chocolate cake with buttercream icing, fondant accents, and some ribbon to add a bit more dimension. :) Thanks for looking! GBY
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By Belldandy
Jun 12, 2006
Her mom said that Navy and Silver were her favorite colors.  Once I got it all together with the stars and everything it looked a lot like a Dallas Cowboy cake.  Anyway, chocolate cake with white chocolate icing and MMF stars and little "18"s.  Royal Icing big "18"
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By kelleygirl
Jun 14, 2006
I made this cake for a lady who retired from work.  Her first name begins with a "J," hence the "J" on the top.  Each tier had three layers of cake (top and bottom was white, middle was navy).  The cake was frosted with butter cream and covered with fondant.  The scroll work was butter cream and I tied a navy ribbon on the bottom of each tier.  I am still working on getting a steady hand :)
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By jcardel
Jun 15, 2006
I made this for a lady who's one son just graduated from the University of Tennessee....and her other son is joining the Navy SEAL's.  The Navy side is chocolate cake and the Tennessee side is white cake.  It's 2 11X15's side by side.  All buttercream icing (logos are FBCT's).

BTW....I know, I screwed up....The Navy SEAL's FBCT is supposed to go the other way (eagle facing left).  Oops!  :0)
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By CustomCakesBySharon
Jun 16, 2006
sorry it is hard to see, but this is the only photo i have of it.  I made this for my hubby's command picnic.  People were afraid to eat the sub because they thought it wasn't cake.  Someone finally asked me if they can eat the sub.  I thought that was pretty funny.  the submarine is made out of chocolate mmf
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By freddyfl
Jul 6, 2006
yellow cake glazed with a 5flavor glaze frosted with buttercream....
thanks to those that made this cake before me... i still need some pratice.....as i was frosting the cake, i kept turning the cake around and the frosting sheet cracked in the middle...this wasnt for anyone just pratacing.......
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By TandTHarrell
Jul 16, 2006
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By cassie12
Jul 27, 2006
This is a yellow 1/2 sheet cake with buttercream icing and an edible image....thanks for looking
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By spoiledtoodef
Jul 30, 2006
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By creativecakesbychristine
Aug 8, 2006
This cake is a white/chocolate marble cake filled with fresh raspberry filling!!  Real buttercream!!
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By cakemommy
Aug 10, 2006
I made this cake for my husbands chief petty officer select bbq.  Cake is chocolate with chocolate raspberry b/c.  Covered in b/c with color flow anchor and fondant rope.  It was yummy!
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By navygolfer2004
Aug 21, 2006
She wanted Bright Colors, so the Cake is covered in PINK, then trimmed in Bright Green, & Purple decorations. I cut a flip flop design from a piece of cardstock to make my pattern, then lightly pressed on the cake to make the imprint once the icing had crusted over. Then filled in with icing. Then to make the Straps for the flip flops, i used the Basket Weave Tip. I took a pointed object and traced out the words  Old Navy on the Strap, then wrote old Navy with Icing on the bottom of the shoes.
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By Cakesbykaye
Aug 27, 2006
THIS CAKE WAS DONE ENTIRLY OUT OF BC. THE PLANE IS A PROP. IT WAS DONE FOR A GRAND OPENING CEREMONY ON MY SHIP, I HAD  ABOUT 1 DAY TO COMPLETE IT AND IT TOOK ME ABOUT 10 HOURS. THE WATER IS MADE COMPELETLY OUT OF BC.
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By anesha
Sep 13, 2006
This cake I really love!  I love the new border technique I tried!  I don't think I'll do boring shells again!!  (I'm sure I will.) Marble cake with a milk chocolate whipped ganache filling.  Fondant rope and BC tassels.  My new gold dragees!!  I love 'em!  I am very proud of this cake!
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By cakemommy
Sep 14, 2006
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By ken
Sep 18, 2006
This is 2 full sheet cakes stacked filled with buttercream icing and a 14" round on top cut at an angle to see the coin...thanks for looking
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By spoiledtoodef
Sep 18, 2006
This picture didn't turn out all that well.  If you look close it's a beaver with a sea bag with a white dixie cup sailor hat on.  I wish the picture would have come out better!
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By Jenn1978
Sep 19, 2006
This is a half sheet for 3 men. 2 in the Army/1 for the Navy. As you can see, I ran out of space for Congratulations. Thats my only mess up I think. But I think it looks good. Thanks for looking! Oh...both pics are BCTs
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By ken
Sep 23, 2006
This is my most popular cake...marble cake with milk chocolate ganache filling.  Let's not forget the rope!  EVERYONE wants the rope now!!!  This is also a new stringwork border I am trying.  This one is doubled up from the last one I did.
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By cakemommy
Sep 23, 2006
Birthday cake for a friend who retired from the Navy.  Edible image with colored white chocolate anchors.
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By SoldierJunkie
Sep 29, 2006
This cake was the first stacked cake I ever made. I made if for my cousin's wedding the night before the wedding. She procratinated like crazy! It has navy blue ribbon and white pearls on it. 
I spent 20 hours on my feet making the cake and trying to smooth the heck out of the buttercream. She insisted she could get a cheaper deal on the cake ingredients and ended up buying the wrong products, the night before the wedding! Never again will I do another family-member's wedding cake>
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By jedmo01s
Oct 7, 2006
This was done for a 5 year old...the number 5 was later pit on the wing for his age.  mmf with some bc decoration.  dusted in blue pearl dust and nusilver on the tips of the clouds and the pit of the plane.  Very fun to do, took alot longer than I hoped!
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By sarahleecookies
Oct 7, 2006
Triple chocolate cake with whipped raspberry filling, iced in buttercream.  Edible image plaque topper and Chicago Bear emblems.  Fondant accents and bear mascot.  Goal post painted with silver luster dust.
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By newtocakes
Oct 15, 2006
This is my first sculpted cake and first time doing fondant on anything besides rounds!  I tried luster dust for the first time too, in some places it is a little blotchy because I didnt have a big brush to put it on with.  It is for a man's birthday who works on the retired USS Silversides submarine.  Overall I am satisfied with the way it turned out, but I hope to get a lot better at this type of decorating.
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By springlakecake
Oct 20, 2006
I can't remember where I found the inspriation for this cake. If this design belongs to a cake.central member please take credit and accept my thanks for the inspiration.
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By DiscoLady
Oct 30, 2006
cakemommy help me with this cake, her and her husband did the pic , for me..thanks cake mommy not as good as your, but overall I really like it....
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By TandTHarrell
Oct 31, 2006

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