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9 X 13 chocolate cake with chocolate loaf as treasure chest.  Iced in buttercream with chocolate coins, candy necklaces, dragees, and fondant accents.  Once again found inspiration from the net so thank you to whomever did this first!
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By tripletmom
Jun 5, 2005
24 chocolate cupcakes iced in buttercream with BCT transfer.
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By tripletmom
Jun 5, 2005
This was the cake I made for my Son's 5th birthday. I could have done a better job on the railings but I ran out of time.
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By mjones17
Jun 13, 2005
Made for my daughter's birthday with a treasure hunt theme.
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By msbask
Jun 28, 2005
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By oohlalacakes
Sep 3, 2005
Another view.
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By piklpop2
Sep 9, 2005
I made this cake for my sisters bithday, it was a chocolate cake with mocha icing.
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By Barbara76
Sep 10, 2005
I used the little hero pan for this.  I did not want to go out and buy another pan. My next picture of the treasure chest went with this cake. I got a call from someone that was at this b-day party the same day for a cake next weekend!
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By angelcake4u
Sep 18, 2005
The customer brought me this invitation to make a cake from.
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By heatherj
Sep 24, 2005
Well here is a pirate ship I just did. i was going to put rails on it, but I decided I like it just the way it is.  This request was from a lady who didnt want much. She wanted sponge bob, patrick, superman, spider man, blue and green power rangers and a Pirate....lol  It took me a few days and told her I would put them all on a pirate ship.  I am not sure if you can see but the pirate is her boy. I took they face and put it on a cartoon pirate I found.   This was made from the 3rd largest oval and then iced with the basketweave tip.  This was a fun cake to do.

Thanks for looking.
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By cakeconfections
Nov 18, 2005
Yellow sheet cake carved and stacked. with chocolate MMF and mmf decorations. painted over the mmf for a wood effect... silver highlighter dust for cannon balls... wafer paper for sails....;peanut butter for rope...
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By lastingmoments
Dec 9, 2005
This is the cake I made for my husdand's 37th birthday this year.  I found this kit at my local cake supply store.  The ship is one 9x13 and two small square chocolate cakes.  It is frosted in buttercream and the candy "treasure" are his favorite liquor filled chocolates.  It was my first 3D cake and it was a lot of fun to make.
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By OliviaMommy
Dec 20, 2005
This was my first "real" theme cake. It was for my son's birthday. It's had a shipwrecked pirate on the island and the pirate capitan coming for the treasure. I used his Imaginex toys for the pirates and fake coins. Alot of fun to make.
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By bensmom
Jan 7, 2006
This is 2 7 X 11 inch cakes with rice crispy treat lid (thanks boween).  Chocolate bc frosting with yellow fondant accents.  Added gold candy coins, candy necklace, ring pops and fondant pearls.
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By Mac
Jan 8, 2006
This is the pirate ship cake I made for a little boy named Mitchell. It's just white cake with vanilla buttercream and fondant accents. Thanks to all the others who've posted pirate ship cake pictures. I really was able to use the inspiration on this one. I wish I had more time I would of loved to add more details but I only had 3 days notice.
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By Nermal03
Jan 20, 2006
This cake goes with the ship I just posted. I loved how this cake turned out. i was really really pleased. It's white cake with vanilla buttercream and fondant accents. The eyes, eye patch, nose, black tooth, gold ear rings, and skull are fondant. I used the grass tip for the beard and the basket weave tip for the eyebrows.
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By Nermal03
Jan 20, 2006
This order was for 3 items - a cake with an edible map, a priate ship and favor cookies.  I don't know what I would do without my rice paper and edible ink printer.
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By AlamoSweets
Jan 27, 2006
Well this was a great a idea. They wanted something that represented the Pirates of the Caribbean movie. I chose the medallion. I iced it in buttercream then did a transfer with piping gel. I then painted the black parts with thinned  buttercream. Not sure how to do this so I guessed. It looked, well, scary to me. I wouldn't want to eat it. But the girl LOVED it! What do you use to paint frosting?
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By jenurator
Feb 2, 2006
Treasure chest cake made with pound cake covered in chocolate buttercream with fondant accents, treasure map and crab made from mmf as well.  The lid is made with rice krispie treats then covered in choc. bc.  Thanks to boween for giving me the idea for the r.c. treats!
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By KHalstead
Feb 4, 2006
This was for a sweet 2 year-old's birthday.  I got the idea from gegon - Thanks!!!  yellow cake, buttercream frosting covered in mmf.  The birthday boy loved it and put his arms around it as if to give him a hug!!  Thanks for looking!
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By jdelectables
Feb 14, 2006
Sorry this picture is a little blurry. It is from my old camera. This cake turned out so much better than I thought it would, considering the circumstances. I had the cake baked and ready to decorate at noon. The party for my god-son was at five. As soon as I mixed up my first color my six year old threw a car at my seven year old and I had to take him for stitches. I got home at four and only had a half an hour to decorate it.
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By mariak
Feb 23, 2006
Marble cake with Buttercream icing. Nose, eyebrows, cheeks and lips were molded onto the cake before putting on the Buttercream. Nose and earrings were fondant painted over with goldcolour.
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By Ursula40
Feb 26, 2006
I made this for my twins preschool Pirate party today. What fun hey!
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By bmote1
Mar 4, 2006
Here he is right way up!
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By bmote1
Mar 4, 2006
This is the only way I could think of to combine the 2 themes. Not my favorite...but the mom loved it.
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By traci
Mar 5, 2006
This was the birthday cake for my BIL. He told me once that when he were a little boy he adored pirate ships but never got one. So now he has. It is from Debbie Browns book "Enchanted cakes for children". It was fun to do but I had problems with the modelling paste. I made it by kneading tragacanth into MMF but it wouldn´t get hard. That´s why the railng cracked. However he liked his ship very much.
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By luggi
Mar 10, 2006
thanks for everyone's help. i didn't have/couldn't get in time the bigger basketweave tip, so i used #47. wondering what most people charge for something like this- i told her 25, but she gave me 30, which i think is a better price. it was the football pan for the ship, on top of a 1-layer 10 inch. all buttercream, some mmf accents, obviously plastic pirates and the sails were just paper. jolly roger was just clip art i printed
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By smashcakes
Mar 12, 2006
I discovered that this kind of cake works better with yellow or white cake.  I tried to use chocolate but the cake was too moist and broke apart.  My husband (with an engineering degree) tried his best but to no avail. : )  So if you want to make a cake along these lines don't even bother with chocolate.  Thanks for looking.
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By braggmama2
Mar 27, 2006
Ahoy me hearties! yo ho ho, and all that!  This ship was free-hand cut from a basic slab cake - complete with "walk the plank" (on other side of ship) and Lego pirate.
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By Feefs
Apr 5, 2006
My son's Pirate ship cake.  It's actually 2 ships passing.
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By rigama
Apr 6, 2006
One of two pirate cakes I made for my 5 year old cousin's birthday.
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By kookiblah
Apr 16, 2006
The second pirate cake I made for my 5 year old cousin's birthday.  Using the little pirate pan.
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By kookiblah
Apr 16, 2006
11x15 cake decorated with BC icing, tinted piping gel for the water and pourable brown sugar for the sand. Coins are chocolate.
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By mamaof4
Apr 21, 2006
I did this for my sons 4th birthday, i got the idea off of wiltons website, everything is edible exept the sails on the boats, i used pretzels for the trees and the boat and graham cracker crumbs for the sand. Oh and the money wrapper isnt edible too lol.
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By dandy207
Apr 24, 2006
Serves about 125. All done free hand, all edible exept for sails and dowels.
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By illkittyn
Apr 25, 2006
3d cake the lady liked it so much she almost cried.
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By marcimang
May 9, 2006
chocolate cake filled with raspberry and bavarian cream.  Chocolate buttercreme frosting.  Coins are chocolate. The handles and number 6 are chocolate painted with luster dust.
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By gabpeightysmom
May 11, 2006
I was asked  to make a 3d Dora pirate adventure cake for a little girl turning 3....she loved it!!the ship is made of buttercrean fondant and characters are royal icing, gumpaste and candy melts. Lots of fun to make but lots of hours too : )
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By twoprincesses
May 14, 2006
This customer only gave me a couple days notice and I already had 2 other cakes to do.  If I had more time, I would have added more detail to this (cannon & balls, anchor w/ rope, palm tree, etc.).  The customer will be adding pirate toys to the cake before the party, so that will help. 

All yellow cake with buttercream water and choc. buttercream on the ship.  Graham cracker island.  Masts (dowels) and sails (paper) are not edible.
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By CustomCakesBySharon
May 19, 2006
This was a very fun cake to do if not frustrating.  It was for my 5 year old godson Zack...and he doesn't like chocolate so the cake is a yellow cake...and I really tried to use straight butter cream tinted brown for the wooden planks...but the look just didn't (okay here is comes) float my boat!  AH  So I mixed in some Fudge icing...and it worked much better...given more time I would have added more detail to the ship...but as it was I was 35 minutes late to the party.
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By karthurs
Apr 13, 2005

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