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Once again, I was only given the comforter to go off of, and this is what I came up with.  This is a yellow two-tiered cake, with sugar cookie safari animals lining it..
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By ribbitfroggie
May 27, 2005
A labor of love for my 3yo little girl. For her special cake she requested a "red truck cake".  Her party theme was safari/zoo animals. This is what I came up with.  She was thrilled.
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By wyatt
Jan 25, 2006
I made this one for my Grandson.  They are sitting on hat boxes that I decoupaged in the animal print tissue and sealed them.  Each cake has a matching animal.  Cigar type cookies were placed on the sides to look like bamboo.  These were the easiest and fastest cakes I have made and have had a lasting impression on many people.
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By AlamoSweets
Jan 27, 2006
This cake was so fun to do!!  The top is a BCT, all BC decorations.  12" 2-layer and 8" 2-layer.  I can't wait for my friend (the Mom) to see it tomorrow!
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By momsandraven
Jul 29, 2005
I made this cake for a friend's little boy. I made the lion hill out of a cupcake. And the trees are pretzel rods.
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By ericka
Feb 6, 2006
This was from the Whimsical Bakehouse book. It's a almond yellow cake with fudge filling, buttercream frosting with chocolate animals and trees. Everything is edible. Lots of fun to make!!!
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By dydemus
Feb 21, 2006
My son's 6th birthday cake.  Jungle theme with plastic animals on cake.  The bottom layer is brides white cake.  The middle and top layers are chocolate.  It is supposed to represent water on the bottom, grassy area with vines in the middle and the more barren area a the top.  I would appreciate any constructive feedback you have.  Thanks for taking a look.
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By crp7
Feb 28, 2006
This was the cake for my nephew's 1st bithday party. Each side of the cake features an animal made from royal icing.  I took the paper products and used them as templates.
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By nikim
Mar 20, 2006
This cake was made to match a carpet that will be in the baby's nursery....the top is exactlly how the carpet is...the sides are just a play on the animals and some baby clothes on a clothes line.  All buttercream with Royal Icing animals on the sides.
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By KHalstead
Apr 2, 2006
I made this for my child's 3rd birthday. The cake is in the shape of a book. All the following Wiggles' characters came alive and jump out of the book.

Greg (yellow) , Murray (red), Anthony (blue) and Captain Feathersword are having a picnic eating their apples. Jeff (purple) wiggle is sleeping under the turned page (top right hand corner). Henry the  Octopus is dancing. Dorothy the dinasour (right front) is admiring her roses & Wages the dog (left front) is day dreaming. My child loved this cake !
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By aizuodangao
Apr 3, 2006
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By Feefs
Apr 5, 2006
My 4 year old loves Thomas and he loves animals, so for his birthday, we did Thomas on Safari.  My first attempt at molding animals. The animals are made from rolled buttercream.
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By wonderwoman
Apr 11, 2006
This is the bottom tier of my jungle cake. I forgot to take a pic of both together. Hopefully the customer will send me a pic. Iced in BC zebra stripes and all animals are MMF.
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By brendaanne
Apr 17, 2006
This is the top tier of my jungle cake. (forgot to take pic together). Iced in BC the spots and Animals are MMF.
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By brendaanne
Apr 17, 2006
My older daughter wanted something for her birthday like an African Safari, reminiscent of Lion King, but "more realistic".  I bought a plastic animal set at Toys R Us, slapped some cakes together, and frosted them. The sand is brown sugar.  Not my best work, but being that I was 8 months pregnant and miserable, not too bad.
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By Sharon1964
Apr 18, 2006
This cake was 2-8 inch rounds with a 6 inch round on the top.  Iced in buttercream with chocolate animals and trees.  Sooo much fun to do - inspired by the WBH.
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By cakecre8tor
Apr 22, 2006
Ist Birthday for a set of twins, theme was a jungle safari to see animals.  All BC icing, offset tiers, 12" and 8".  "Hunted" far and wide for realistic plastic animals for cake!  Front view.
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By cindycakes2
Apr 27, 2006
Back view of safari cake...previously uploaded front.
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By cindycakes2
Apr 27, 2006
this is a jungle themed cake I did for my son's 2nd birthday. the waterfall is piping gel and the animals are plastic other than that everything is edible.
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By CakeBakingGurl
Jun 2, 2006
Buttercream icing - all animals, except for alligator, are plastic.
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By chucknme
Jun 5, 2006
buttercream icing
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By chucknme
Jun 5, 2006
All buttercream
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By jenncowin
Jun 9, 2006
All buttercream with an Animal Planet toy set provided by the customer.
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By jenncowin
Jul 3, 2006
One customer wanted that  cake (Idea from Martha Stewart) for a jungle theme party for her 2 y-o son.  I had the instructions to do the cake for awhile, and she saw it on Martha show a few weeks ago and decided she wanted that one.  I was pleased to do it.  So easy to do!! When I took the picture I forgot to put the whiskers oops!!  Now they're on the cake!!!  I hope they have a great party!!
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By Pootchi
Aug 5, 2006
Customer provided invitation for us to match.  All buttercream.
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By jenncowin
Aug 6, 2006
A jungle-themed cake for my sweet nephew that loves monkeys!  All buttercream except for the animals, which are molded from marshmallow fondant.  Palm tree is a toy.  He loved it!!
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By andersonsg
Aug 23, 2006
I did this cake for a girl at work.  Her baby's room was done in a safari theme.  I had nothing to go by, just picked a couple of cute pictures I liked then put them together.  I used the gel pattern transfer method.
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By Susieindy
Aug 29, 2006
This is another Safari Baby Shower cake I did for a girl at work.  I made it to match the invitation.
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By Susieindy
Aug 30, 2006
Mother having a safari themed baby shower.  She said to do whatever I wanted.  I had seen a very similar cake on CC and decided to go with that.  I had a blast making it.  The palm trees would be edible if I didn't have to use glue to glue them to the pretzels.  I couldn't get the icing to make them stick!  I was happy with how it turned out and look forward to doing more like it.
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By KristasCakes
Aug 30, 2006
Cake done for baby shower.  The inspiration was the lamp from the furniture collection.  The top of the lamp was done in MMF, the bottom was buttercream.  The animals on the bottom were store bought.  Very time consuming but worth it in the end!
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By aminium
Sep 10, 2006
Close up view of top
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By aminium
Sep 10, 2006
the store was out of the small grass tip, so i got the large one instead.  didn't really like how the grass turned out and wish i had used a bigger tip for writing.
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By chestercheeto
Sep 16, 2006
This baby shower cake matched my friend's baby bedding. Animals are fondant attached to lollipop sticks, icing is buttercream, leaves are fondant.
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By mqguffey
Sep 23, 2006
Here's a closeup of the baby safari animals. Dried fondant attached to lollipop sticks.
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By mqguffey
Sep 23, 2006
For my sons' 7th birthday party, a safari theme.  I baked the cake the previous day and had one hour to assemble and decorate it right before the party because it was took big for the fridge. Afterwards I learn that buttercream doesnt have to be refrigerated due to its high fat and sugar content. Had i known that, i would have done it the day before, and given a couple more hours of my time to smooth the sides, and add more detail.  I ran out of icing and the green candies making his spine so i improvised.
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By melysa
Sep 27, 2006
Elephant Head cake for a Safari Gala.  Made from 10" Rounds, Ears are Fondant, Trunk is rice crispy treats.
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By treenuge
Sep 29, 2006
This is a 10" 2-layer square cake and an 8" 2-layer square cake.  It is iced in ivory buttercream.  The shower theme was a safari for a baby boy, so I made pale blue safari animal (lions, giraffes, and elephants) silhouettes "marching" around the cake and made moss green safari "grass."  The topper is fondant.  I also made matching cookie pop favors of the three animals that I will also post.  It was a hit!!!
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By rsaun
Oct 1, 2006
These are safari cookie pops to go with a safari baby shower cake I did.  There are elephants, giraffes, and lions, all individually wrapped and tied with ribbons in the shower's colors.
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By rsaun
Oct 1, 2006
I made this cake for a baby shower, it was my first cake that I actually sold...the cake and animals are fondant...
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By courtney118
Oct 2, 2006
10" & 6" BC icing w/fondant animals.  Lots of fun to make but very time consuming.  Next time will charge more........ !
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By bjfranco
Oct 9, 2006

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