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This is a sour cream white cake from the CMD filled and iced in BC. Bells and ornament are filled in with gel icing.
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By PinkPanther
Dec 7, 2005
I made this cake as a christmas present for a friend.  It is a chocolate cake filled and covered in chocolate mousse.  There are blown sugar ornaments which are hand painted and some royal icing ornaments that I piped.  The ribbons are gumpaste and then painted with a luster dust paint.  The swags are fondant, embossed, and then i painted the color on the embossed flowers.
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By pastrypuffgirl
Feb 18, 2006
Sugar cookies with royal icing.
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By dydemus
Feb 21, 2006
Fun and colorful
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By Lambshack
Aug 3, 2006
Sugar cookie with melted candies and royal icing. I was expriementing with hard candies that were melted
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By southaustingirl
Oct 30, 2006
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By Mac
Nov 19, 2006
see below for description
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By mnmmommy
Nov 23, 2006
Got this idea from the Wilton Yearbook from a year or two back (2005 or 2006 maybe?)  Star and ornaments are candy, pine stems are stiff buttercream.
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By nadjahs9
Nov 24, 2006
My first ornament cake!  Thanks to the great ideas from CC. I had some free time today to "practice". Now I can't wait to try the small ornament ball cakes!  I am having so much fun.  My son asked me if he can finally eat this cake and he was glad when I said "yes". ! :D
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By Susan94
Nov 24, 2006
This was just a practice cake, made with half of the sports ball pan.  Covered in fondant with royal icing details. Thanks for looking!
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By GRAMMASUE
Nov 28, 2006
Just playing around making cookies that look like Christmas ornaments.  Sugar Cookies w/ fondant.  Cake sparkles and colored sugar accents.
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By zoraya
Nov 28, 2006
These were inspired by the ones on the Wilton contest website.  I made 6 assorted ones in different designs and colors, but this one was my favorite.  A lot of work but a lot of fun to do.
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By TooMuchCake
Nov 30, 2006
These are 2 cakes made for friends. Both are chocolate mud cakes with creme de menthe MMF and buttercream.
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By sarzoemom
Dec 1, 2006
My attempt at ornament cakes.  Used mini ball pan, covered in fondant, royal icing and luster dust.  I'll still haven't figured out how to get rid of the wrinkles/folds at the bottom when covering something in fondant!!
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By Kate714
Dec 2, 2006
This is one of six cakes I made this weekend for the Make a Wish Christmas party.  The stars were my first attempt at brush embroidery.
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By Bettycrockermommy
Dec 3, 2006
Had to give these a try.  Regular cupcake with Wilton half ball on top. Covered with rolled buttercream and hand painted.  Tons of fun and really pretty easy.
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By BlakesCakes
Dec 5, 2006
no fail sugar cookies with MMF, royal icing, luster dust and sugar
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By pinkflamingo
Dec 5, 2006
Cake for my kids.  I completely copied off of GRAMMASUE's great design (thank you for the inspiration).  Dome cake pan, covered in MMF, royal icing accents.
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By cinjam
Dec 6, 2006
6 dozen NFSC and Chocolate rolled cookies. All have mmf and then decorated. They also all have some snowflake dust on them, but you can't really see the shimmer in the camera. I added some peppermint to the mmf for the candy canes, it tastes awesome!
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By aligotmatt
Dec 7, 2006
This is the year of the ornament!!!  These are fun and easy to make.  They are covered in fondant and brushed in luster dust.  I made these for my friend to take to a Holiday party!  Thanks for looking!
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By GRAMMASUE
Dec 8, 2006
This was going to the same party!
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By GRAMMASUE
Dec 8, 2006
Raspberry filling, and crusting buttercream icing.  It really was violet, not blue.  It seems that purple will never show up. darn it.  The "stem" was a chocolate bonbon covered with icing.
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By lilypie
Dec 9, 2006
My kids saw these the other day and wanted some to take to school to give to their teacher's, so tonight i decided to try one.. they are a little time consuming but fun,  i have about 7 more to go...
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By sweet_as_tisse
Dec 10, 2006
I sent these to my daughter in college for her floor Christmas party.  Stayed up until 3 am finishing them!  Hope she appreciates them!  NFSC w/ Antonia RI.  Thanks for looking!
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By CindyM
Dec 10, 2006
Couldn't find the mini ball pan anywhere in town so I just made cake balls and covered them with MMF.  Worked pretty good and was fun decorating.  Thanks to all the previous ornament artists for the beautiful idea.  They loved these at our church dessert this weekend.
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By Parable
Dec 10, 2006
I used the sports ball pan (probably obvious) all crusting buttercream except for inside the "stem" is a chocolate bonbon (covered in buttercream) and the loop is fondant.  what do yall think?
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By lilypie
Dec 11, 2006
These are made with the sports ball pan, covered with colored MMF and then dusted with luster dust. (for some reason the red one gave me fits!) Thank you to GRAMMASUE for the inspiration and the help!
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By Loucinda
Dec 12, 2006
This was my attempt at candy ornaments. They were filled with molded candies also.
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By Jenn2179
Dec 12, 2006
these are my take on the popular ornament cupcakes,  wow these take time..but were fun.  my kids are taking them to school for their teachers.
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By sweet_as_tisse
Dec 12, 2006
A small thank you for a good customer, inspiration from, where else,? CC of course. Thanks everyone
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By Ursula40
Dec 12, 2006
I was inspired to do this cake by some of the photos on this site - thanks everyone!  The cake was done for a client's ornament exchange party. So, I thought what better cake than a box full of ornaments!
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By Cakeladie
Dec 13, 2006
Made with the ball pan and iced with buttercream. The top and loop are fondant and then the whole thing is painted with luster dust. 
edited to add that I used a toothpick to secure the silver part.

Edited to add: I welcome any constructive criticism. Really!
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By jsmith
Dec 14, 2006
Just a quick cake I threw together for dinner at my mother-in-law's...
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By tragicdeathpickles
Dec 15, 2006
Thanks to everyone here on CC for your help and inspiration to do these!  I really liked the way they turned out.  They are not perfect but they were really fun!
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By vivedcreations
Dec 15, 2006
First attempt Christmas ornaments.  White caramel cupcakes with mini half ball on top.  Rolled buttercream, royal icing, pearls and snowflakes for decoration.  Some super pearl and luster dust used.  Hangers are luster dust covered fondant.  Thanks to BlakesCakes for the inspiration and instruction.  The dark ornaments are actually purple and blue.
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By cupcake55
Dec 15, 2006
These aren't my favorite cookies, but here they are anyway. Just sugar cookies w/ poured icing.
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By CakeL8T
Dec 16, 2006
I finally tried making these and using luster dust for the first time. Thank you for your inspiration. I can see the little flaws that I won't do next time but I think it's pretty good for my first time. LOL :)  I didn't mean them to be pastel colors but it still turned out OK. I was up till late and I think I do better work after everyone is sleeping!
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By Susan94
Dec 17, 2006
Don't really like this one, but it's ok.
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By chefdot
Dec 17, 2006
Whew! These were tough, but the finished product is a show-stopper. The moms in my son's playgroup thought they were the real thing! I couldn't get the fondant tucked smoothly underneath, so they're trimmed at the edge of the mini-ball. And I ran out of time to attach the hangers, but I've saved them for the next go 'round.
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By mqguffey
Dec 18, 2006
This is a batch of cookies I made to take to the staff at my grandmother's nursing home. No fail cookies, Antonia74's icing and sanding sugar.
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By mamafrogcakes
Dec 2, 2005

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