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I originally planned to use the Wilton Dora pan by just changing her clothes but it was too small for the hair and dress. I cut this out of a large sheet cake and used a pattern printed on frosting sheets to decorate her.
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By Lisa
Apr 13, 2005
Chocolate Transfer.  10-inch round, buttercream.  Lavender hearts are tinted white chocolate.
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By Anonymous
Apr 13, 2005
First time to EVER decorate a cake!  Now when I see it, it is too funny!  LOL!!  This was for a Princess Theme Baby Shower.
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By CakesUnleashed
Apr 13, 2005
Chocolate cake with "family" bc icing.  Decorator icing is regular buttercream.  The "family" recipe never smooths out well--but they love the taste--so I don't worry about it. They wanted it to be very "rosey", so that's what they got.  One rose for each child at the party.
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By llj68
Apr 13, 2005
For a little girl turning 7 who of course knows shes a princess, as all little girls are.
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By ChicosMom
Apr 13, 2005
This was the first 2 layer cake I made for my daughter's 2nd birthday.  I did the out edge a little too thin but other than that I liked it.
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By MaddieCakes
Apr 25, 2005
This is my first try at cake decorating.  I used to have my neighbor do my cakes and wanted to start doing them myself.  This cake I made for my daughter's 3rd bithday.  Any comments, suggestions appreciated.
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May 12, 2005
Chocolate devil's cake with buttercream frosting. Cake sparkles were added to give the cake extra "glamor."
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By naekramer
May 19, 2005
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By ahbd
Jun 5, 2005
A birthday cake for a little girl who likes pink
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By desertm
Jun 29, 2005
Two tiered cake colored in light pink and lavender.  Accented with flowers, polka dots, lace, and triangles.  Cake was made for my mother and the tea party that I prepared for her for Mother's Day.
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By APieceofCake
Apr 17, 2005
Castle cake for 1-year old's party. Everything is edible. The castle corners and edgings are fondant, the domes and flags are rice paper, the walkway is fondant.
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By Amylou
Jul 8, 2005
I just came across this pic.  I made this before I really knew anything about decorating...looking back I'm surprised at how cute it is!  Thanks for looking!
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By edcjenv
Jul 18, 2005
By Fishercakes
Jul 22, 2005
This was a last min. cake for a 5 yr. old. She loved it. Forgot to get a picture of it when I had at home, took the pic with cake in the box. Buttercream (dream whip) icing. chocolate cake mix.
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By briansbaker
Jul 30, 2005
this cake was made for my daughter's 4th party.  It's a two layer quarter cake and 6in. on top.  The border is rosebuds and the cones are just sugar cones that I layered with frosting.  I also added pink and purple food coloring for a extra special touch to the cake batter-big hit!
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By cookiemonster
Aug 6, 2005
I used the Wilton Wondermold cake pan and the doll pick that came with it.  I just took off the head of a Barbie we had and put in on the pick.
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By midwestmom
Aug 7, 2005
The face was pretty challenging for me.  But my daughter absolutely loves her.
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By midwestmom
Aug 7, 2005
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By Beebug123
Aug 9, 2005
Well this is for my spolied daughters bday. They are both in the same week so i do a family party for both of them. This year I did a princess cake. the tiara is made from fondant.  It is white and chocolate cake with oreo filling. The ribbon roses are ok but i need more practice. Thanks for looking.
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By cakeconfections
Aug 14, 2005
This was for my neice's birthday.  Chocolate cake with chocolate transfer Jasmine.
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By thecakemaker
Aug 22, 2005
Made this Fairy Princess Cake for my neice's b-day. The Princess and little fairies are Chocolate Fudge Cake. The tiers are White Chocolate and Milk Chocolate Cake with Chocolate Fudge Pudding with nuts between layers. The Lettering is White Chocolate with Pearl Dust, area's on cake are also accented with Pearl Dust. The Frosting is Butter-cream. The cake was a wonderful success.
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By freddie
Aug 29, 2005
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By msbask
Jul 5, 2005
Made 25 of these for friends daughter's 5th birthday. Was working late and got details of execution could have been a bit better:) Oh well.
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By Thalia
Sep 7, 2005
Made for my daughter's "Gotcha Day" party with other families from our travel group to China to adopt in 2002. Theme of party was "Princess" Panda Princess seemed appropriate:) This was my 1st 3D bear..other than batter on bottom of oven from it tipping over once (lol), I was lucky it turned out OK:)
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By Thalia
Sep 12, 2005
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By Aitza
Sep 12, 2005
4 y.o. granddaughter wanted a castle cake for her Princesses and this is what we came up with.  We did gather ideas from many of the cakes on here and I thank you, we couldn't have done so without the inspiration of your cakes! 
10" triple layer bottom, 6" double layer top, colored balls are fondant and the towers are paper towel tubes wrapped in fondant with sugar cones on top also wrapped in fondant.  Little RI flowers in the grass.
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By jscakes
Sep 18, 2005
Disney princess Castle
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By heatherj
Sep 24, 2005
I used the disney princess tiara kit for the jewels and emblems.
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By umfalcon
Sep 24, 2005
This was a cake I made for my best friend's 3 year old. I took the design from the 2006 Wilton Yearbook and tweaked it a little. The body is an upside down heart and the head is the Wilton animal crackers pan. Everything is fondant except the crown and the sceptor which were purchased.
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By HeatherMari
Sep 30, 2005
Dora and boots are made from Gumpaste.  The cake is covered in buttercream and I painted it on so I could give it texture.  The spires are made of buttercream.  The pink block things, whatever they are called, are half mmf and gumpaste.  I had extra yellow so the door is gumpaste.  The board is covered in green mmf.
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By talmas
Oct 1, 2005
I made these as part of the party favors for the kids. Sugar Cookies with fondant decorations. Personalized with FoodWriter. Superpearl dust painted on "glass slipper".
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By mvucic
Oct 1, 2005
Tiaras are Sugar Cookies, fondant decorated and painted with superpearl dust.
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By mvucic
Oct 1, 2005
I made these for my twin girls who just had their 2nd Birthday Party.  Turrets and tiara are MMF, window pictures are cello favor bags cut to size.  Buttercream decorations and gumpaste roses.  Cakes are (6inch) vanilla with chocolate ganache and (8inch) chocolate with Oreo cookie cream filling.
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By mvucic
Oct 1, 2005
My biggest cake so far. 2- 12" sqaures, 2-6" rounds are cake. The towers are PVC pipe that I had cut to the right height and the turrets are sugar cones.  All buttercream. Took me over 12 hours to make. Also made crown "smash" cakes to go with it.
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By KimAZ
Oct 2, 2005
6" round "smash" cakes for 1 yr old twins. Cakes were designed to look like little crowns but also have toy crowns on top.
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By KimAZ
Oct 2, 2005
I made this cake for a 1st year everyone like it. I hope you enjoy it.
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By millie
Oct 2, 2005
This was my attempt at a 3D castle. I used candy colored sugar cones at the customer's request. I really did not care for this cake...but the lady loved it.
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By traci
Oct 2, 2005
This was made for a little girl who doees not like cake, and isn't too keen on frosting either.  (WOW!)  So, I tried to keep the frosting to a minimum with the Sleeping Beauty transfer, etc.
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By momsandraven
Oct 4, 2005
I had never even heard of this technique until I joined this website(last week!), and I couldn't wait to try it! You have really inspired me!-THANKS...
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By gmcakes
Mar 15, 2007


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