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storybook doll pan. Made for my 5 yr old.
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By KimAZ
Apr 20, 2005
made with the Wilton sports Ball pan for my Daughters class on Earth Day
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By cakecre8tor
May 19, 2005
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By msbask
Jul 2, 2005
Made with the Wilton Star Pan.  Marble cake with chocolate mousse filling and crusting buttercream.  Used an Edible Image bought at Shoprite for $8.
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By CakesByEllen
Aug 15, 2005
I made this for my SIL's baby shower. Used a standard sheet pan and trimmed half of the Wilton ball pan. Fondant body and dress. Cake crumbs for hair. I had already made 2 of these years before. Even won 2 blue ribbons in a mother’s day amateur cake decorating contest, though there weren't many entrees, lol.
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By soygurl
Sep 28, 2005
This was for my sweet nephew's 5th birthday.  This is a Wilton character pan with buttercream icing.
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By sdfgarcia
Oct 5, 2005
I got this idea from Wilton's 2006 Yearbook.  I used half of the Sports Ball for the body and a mini ball for the head.  All of the details (face and legs) are candy.  The cake is one of the CMD ones- chocolate with mayo.  The icing is buttercream (green) and chocolate buttercream (black).
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By kellyh57
Oct 6, 2005
First decorated cake I ever made (using the tips and such.  I had done the whole "betty crocker messy cake" thing before).  Winnie The Pooh pan for my niece's birthday.  Just a plain white cake w/ wilton packaged decorating icing.  Man is that stuff stiff!  I thought i'd break my wrists by the time I was done!!  :)
By finally928
Oct 14, 2005
I made this for my daughters daycare center a three years ago in '02.  I wanted it to have a Fall theme, so rather than just having hunny in his pot, he has Candy Corn too!  :)
By finally928
Oct 14, 2005
I had the shaped pan,  but not the plastic insert. So i had to freehand her face and body.  I made this one out of a stacked cake and the wilton whipped icing topping.  It was fun to work with but it warmed too quickly and was a little runny to work with.
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By finally928
Oct 14, 2005
I made this cake for my Father in law for his birthday!
By mrsdawnwhite
Oct 19, 2005
This was one of my first cakes.  It was iced in buttercream with spaghetti "straw."
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By frankandcathy
Oct 24, 2005
This is a cake I made of my friends dad a an x-mas gift.  I used the 3d bear pan and cut off the ears. :)
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By glitterkris
Dec 25, 2005
Chocolate cake with raspberry preserves. Chocolate buttercream accented with pink MMF and cream buttercream. 

Very fun to do!
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By flytrap77
Feb 5, 2006
This cake is for the 1 year anniversary of my parent's church they started.  They use space with earth on their website.  This is chocolate with buttercream 1/4 sheet and then the half circle is vanilla with buttercream.  I did the papertowel thing on it to give it a swirly look.  I am happy with it.  I originally was going to make it the full circle (sports ball pan), but the bottom cracked when I tried putting the circle together.  Not sure why...Anyone??
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By tsuitor
Feb 23, 2006
I made this for my 34 year old niece for her birthday.  She is a true Kobe fan so, this is a jersey cake made of french vanilla (She loves the fv).  The icing is buttercream and the roses are fondant.
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By Puddiwop
Feb 26, 2006
For my daughter's first birthday.  I didn't have time to make buttercream so I used canned -- big mistake!!  Will never buy another can!!  All my stars just melted together.  She loved it nonetheless!!
By laneysmom
Mar 1, 2006
Wilton horseshoe pan
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By MaraCarter
Mar 5, 2006
Wilton duck pan-Betty Crocker choc cake mix made with stick of butter instead of oil.  Worked well
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By MaraCarter
Mar 5, 2006
This is the smash cake I did for my nieces 1st birthday. I used flourescent posterboard for the petals. It was real easy and my niece loved it. I think she had quite a sugar buzz the rest of the day :)
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By kgil1124
Mar 6, 2006
My mother had this loaf pan,so I though why not try a cake. It turn out great.The cake has a raspberry filling,with BC frosting.
By bertie
Mar 12, 2006
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By brenna
Mar 19, 2006
Witon Baby carriage pan.  Board is covered with tissue paper and scrapbook paper with contact over that
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By MaraCarter
Mar 26, 2006
This is a cake I did for a huge soccer fan!!!
By pastrypantry
Apr 11, 2006
This was a cake that I made for Easter.  I used the football pan and cut off the sharp points.  It is MMF, the first time I made my own fondant!
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By DebraZ
Apr 14, 2006
This was done on a 12in base yellow cake with the cow made using the 3D lamb pan and the same yellow cake used for the base cake. I used the "durable cake for 3D...cake" recipe.  All buttercream, the black frosting is chocolate bc.  This was done for my sisters 17th birthday.  The cake and I made a 130mile trip for delivery - made it without damage Yay!   She loved the cake!
By dianagreen
Apr 16, 2006
I used half of the 3D egg pan on top of the Up and Away Balloon pan with twinkies in back.  The balloon pan just needed a little bit of carving to round the edges.
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By brenna
Apr 26, 2006
a beer mug made from the golf bag pan.  chocolate cake with buttercream frosting.  Made very quickly - a friend was coming to visit and i only had a few hrs.  I got it done just in time and he loved it.
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By dianagreen
Apr 29, 2006
This is the cake I made for the Teacher Appreciation Week Lunch at my daughter's school. The cake is red velvet (the Cake Mix Doctor recipe) and cream cheese icing.
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By gilson6
May 3, 2006
This cake uses the Wilton 10.5" ring mold pan, with a styrofoam block in the middle to support the cookie flowers.  Cake iced with buttercream, royal flowers, cookies are iced with thinned royal.  Would have liked the cookies to be a little shinier... any suggestions?
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By wells123
May 5, 2006
9" round.  Made this for a guy at my work for his wife BD very last minute as I am walking out the door.  I used my chocolate rose mold for the floweres and did a chocolate transfer for the HB.  I had to make the frosting twice because I forgot to sift the coco.
By onebigdogmama
May 12, 2006
I made this cake in 2002 for my mom to take to work.  The ghosts and tombstones are made out of rolled fondant.  The cake was baked in the Wilton Tombstone cake pan
By pastrypantry
May 15, 2006
I made this cake for my mom, she loved it and so did everyone else.  It was white cake with kahlua raspberry cream filling (from this site of course!)
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By pyseas
May 15, 2006
A lady handed me the plates and asked that I match the cakes to the plates.  This is as close as I could match it.
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By pastrypantry
May 16, 2006
The woman who requested this cake for her husband's 50th Birthday surprise party said that his favorite character is Peter Pan. She said he loved Peter Pan's motto that he never wanted to grow up. She asked me to incorporate that into the theme of the cake. Cake is 1/2 chocolate, 1/2 white cake with buttercream transfer.
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By Michele25
May 17, 2006
6" Petal Pan.  Simply decorated for a cake walk to raise money for our local Y daycare program.
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By leily
May 17, 2006
This was made with the stand up cuddly bear pan. The books he was sitting on looked so bad I cropped them right out of the picture. I wish I had not used them but I needed more cake than this guy would feed.
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By mgowan
May 17, 2006
Tux the penguin made in teddy bear pan w/ears and arms cut off...used one sculpted ear for the 3D beak.  Fruit roll-up birthday sign!
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By ladybug03
May 27, 2006
This is one of three cakes I have due for tomorrow.  This one was done for a very sweet lady at our church who used to play piano for us.  She's not able to play anymore and misses it so much, and I just thought I bright little birthday cake would cheer her up.  Now I have to get busy on the other two which I have to travel to Florida with Friday morning.  OH BOY!
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By StandingForJesus
May 31, 2006
This is a cake I did for the neighbor's daughter's birthday tomorrow. I don't really like to use the shaped pans, but it made it easy for me to do today.
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By tanyascakes
Apr 16, 2005


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