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By Connie515
Apr 13, 2005
I made this cuz I wanted to practice BCT. I gave it to the little boy next door who turned just turned 1.
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By ChicosMom
Apr 13, 2005
This was made for my daughter's second birthday.
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By heartsfire
Apr 24, 2005
Baby shower 3D Winnie The Pooh stacked on a 10" and 12" cake with candy molds as decorations.
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By stephanie214
May 10, 2005
This is cake #1 of 2 cakes that was done for a little girl's first birthday party.  The mother wanted a character cake and a sheet cake.
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By stephanie214
May 10, 2005
I did this for my neice's baby shower, she is crazy about the Pooh bear.  Because she had so many people, I had to do a Pooh sheet cake also.
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By stephanie214
May 13, 2005
This is cake #2 that goes with the Winnie Carousel for my neice's baby shower.
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By stephanie214
May 13, 2005
The cake was lemon with lemon curd filling. Butter cream frosting. THIS TOOK ABOUT 10 hours to make and I sold it for cheap. My first stacked cake.
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By janethorp
Jun 2, 2005
This was my attempt at the picture in the 2005 Yearbook (or was it '04, can't remember now!)...I ran out of time and didn't get to all the details like I wanted, but it turned out pretty good.  I didn't have enough time to make the picnic basket, which I would have loved to make!
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By fytar
Jun 13, 2005
Eeyore cake using two Wilton wonder mold cakes, some sculpting, and then covered in fondant.  Black lines done with food pen.
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By Kitagrl
Jun 16, 2005
Itty bitty 3D bear for baby's first birthday!
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By Kitagrl
Jun 16, 2005
Winnie the Pooh cake with music notes. This girl was in the band and wanted music notes incorporated in the theme too.
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By TinaRe
Jul 1, 2005
Bottom cake(16x16) is half white/chocolate w/ fresh strawberry filling and BC icing. Pooh is a yellow pound cake. Removable "SMASH" cake is placed on a MMF tablecloth and the party hat is a cone with MMF. The presents are rice crispy treats covered w/ candy melts and hand decorated. Everything is edible except balloons and candle.
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By mamaof4
Jul 9, 2005
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By DebraZ
Jul 13, 2005
Practice cake. Never done bees and wasnt sure about a color pallet. This is what I came up with Classic Winnie the Pooh design. Strawberry cake, buttercream icing, vanilla custard filling BCT. First attempt on bees. Those little things were fun to do!
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By briansbaker
Jul 14, 2005
This is my first ever bct!!! I messed it up a little but i don't think anybody noticed. the cake was a 2 layer yellow cake with vanilla frosting. this was for my son who just turned one on the 6th!
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By newbieinGA
Jul 20, 2005
I made this last weekend for my granddaughters baby shower. It was tedious cause it was a first time for me but I had fun making it.
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By Plabeth
Jul 28, 2005
this was a chocolate cake with b/c. I had to free hand winnie.
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By Tazalexis
Jul 31, 2005
Yellow cake with raspberry filling covered in buttercream.  Made completely with bc except for flowers which were royal
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By sweetbee
Aug 3, 2005
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By Fishercakes
Aug 12, 2005
Winnie outside sitting in the grass.  I made ladybug, bumblebee, butterfly and dropflowers around Winnie.  On the carousel, I placed baby Tigger and Egnore in the grass with dropflowers also.  The small cake was his smash cake.
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By stephanie214
Aug 16, 2005
This is the smash cake I made for my nephew. My sister purchased a winnie the pooh cake from a grocery store bakery but I wanted to do HIS cake. I was going to use to tins to bake the cake but back out and boughts the small magic line pans
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By Dannie
Aug 27, 2005
Stacked Winnie on a 16 sq. cake.  The teddy bears, butterfly, drop flowers, mums and present are made out of fondant.
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By stephanie214
Aug 29, 2005
I made these for my daughter's first birthday.  I used the Wilton Pooh pan for the big one and then just used a knife to cut a similar dhape for the smaller one.
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By Fancymcnancy
Sep 7, 2005
Cake before writing the impressions.
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By awela
Sep 9, 2005
This was my first try at a FBCT.
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By tinabee
Sep 17, 2005
OK.  Attempt number two at decorating a cake.  I just transferred an image of eeyore using piping gel, then outlined and filled in.  I'm quite pleased with this 1.  :)
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By pandora3799
Sep 18, 2005
MMF Fondant covered pineapple cake with fonant balls, lady bugs and bees.....
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By lastingmoments
Sep 24, 2005
My first wax outline transfer.  I made this for a friend who loves Pooh.
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By sweetcreation
Sep 24, 2005
Carrot cake with cream cheese frosting.
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By christinasconfections
Oct 1, 2005
Winnie the Pooh and dress are bcts.  Candy melts/mold for rattle and safety pin.
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By sweetbaker
Oct 7, 2005
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By CakeDesigns
Oct 11, 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!!  :)
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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!  :)
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By finally928
Oct 14, 2005
This cake was made in a 27cm by 22cm rectangular pan, and cut to shape, iced with buttercream. It was shared for my workmate and her mother in law, whose birthdays are in the same week.
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By boonenati
Oct 18, 2005
another view
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By kakabekabunny
Oct 18, 2005
Children's cake I made with edible gumpaste figures (3D) for a friend in Dubai.
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By Cynch
Oct 27, 2005
Made for my youngest daughter's 1st birthday few weeks ago...pooh had a mishap, hence the "log" I have to make in front of him....batter leaked out...still looks ok, I think..Piglet was the mini stand-up bear pan carved a bit...I think I'll do it differently next time, but it was her smash cake, so I didn't dwell on it!
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By jennycakes
Oct 27, 2005
I made this cake for my niece's shower.  I made the figures from marzipan which was lots of fun -- like being a kid with modeling clay! The bassinet, rug and blanket are fondant and the cake is covered with chocolate buttercream.  This was a lot of fun to make.
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By laneysmom
Oct 31, 2005
The little boy who I made this cake for, wanted to grab it to play with it. It was so funny.
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By awela
Apr 13, 2005

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