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Classic white cake with rolled buttercream and an edible image. The seashells, starfish and sand dollars are made out of rolled buttercream.
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By southaustingirl
Sep 11, 2006
This was for my son and nephew, Zack and Zach. We had a beach theme, complete with blue seashell fettucini and hot dog octopus, with blue punch and swedish fish swimming in it. Beach layer is chocolate, castle strawberry, ball white with raspberry filling. BC frosting on all, sand is graham cracker crumbs.
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By Zmama
Sep 13, 2006
This cake was made for a birthday celebration at work.  I used graham cracker crumbs for the sand.
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By ang3617
Sep 20, 2006
I did this for a child's 2nd birthday.  The bottom teir is a 12" chocolate cake w/raspberry filling.  The middle is a 10" vanilla w/raspberry filling.  The hula girl is vanilla with b/c squirted into the dress.
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By SweetConfectionsChef
Sep 24, 2006
Wanted to practice a smooth buttercream..Boy is it hard. My mom's birthday tomorrow, so worked on smooth buttercream (not so successful), chocolated seashells, with pearlized dust and stacking.
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By kettlevalleygirl
Sep 24, 2006
I used several ideas off this site to come up with the final version.  It was a carrot cake with spice frosting (had to tint it quite dark to cover the "speckle".
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By chloe1979
Sep 24, 2006
Quick and easy cake to do for an emergency birthday cake from a loving wife who had just came from surgery and remembered her husbands birthday!  (What a great wife!)  

I got so excited with that grass tip that I ran out of room to put happy birthday.  So I got him a card.
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By travelingcakeplate
Sep 25, 2006
gumpaste pearls, and white chocolate sea shells accents.  The sand is raw sugar.
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By khoudek
Oct 30, 2007
In a rush and wanted to do more, but this cake has to travel 4 hours of a winding drive, through the mountains and got up early to place fondant and finish it. Didn't have time, but I think that if I hand painted something on the sides of the cake it would be quite beautiful. I think that I made the seashell too blue also, I am experimenting with adding color to the shell.
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By kettlevalleygirl
Sep 29, 2006
This was done for a "Girls Weekend Away."
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By BrendaBTC
Oct 3, 2006
Who knew you could put jell-o in a cake?  I thought the idea was so cool!  It turned out pretty good, and it wasn't that hard.  The hardest part was frosting the holes.  Lisa loved it!
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By etigg82
Oct 6, 2006
first try at a beach cake.  double layer vanilla w/ strawberry cream filling and reg. buttercream icing.  sand is graham cracker crumbs..shells, coral and number 5 all from melts..did the 5 freehand and painted it with gold luster dust mixed in vanilla extract.  First try at cornelli lace outside the classroom... all over sort of like coral but should have done it not so tight for this look...ideas from all the seashell cakes on CC...THANKS!!!
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By JaneK
Oct 9, 2006
Tier Cake decorated with edible seashells and sand made from raw and colored sugars
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By BeckyfromMaine
Oct 10, 2006
The couple was going to the tropics for thier honeymoon.  White almond sour cream cake with almond filling and BC icng.
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By LadyGDiver
Oct 13, 2006
Sponge Bob and his gang.  Edible image plaques and plain edible images.  Royal icing seaweed and coral.  Sand was made out of crushed chocolate chip teddy grahams.
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By missyek
Oct 13, 2006
choclate seashells and MMF for my sisters wedding!
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By Lael
Oct 22, 2006
chocolate cake covered in MMF with chocolate seashells
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By Lael
Oct 22, 2006
This cake was made for a friends bridal shower, the icing is buttercream, the water was made from gel and blue food coloring, the sand is crushed up brown sugar, the seashells are made from peanut butter . You can't tell from the picture but the bride and grooms names are written in the sand, the flip flops are the candles.
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By jen573
Nov 4, 2006
White cake, BC icing, brown sugar for sand, tinted piping gel for water, flip-flops are candles.
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By sugarlaced
Nov 7, 2006
Several pictures from CC were my inspiration for this cake.  This was for my mother's birthday, she loves the beach and shells.  The cake is pumpkin spice, my own concoction of 2 boxes of spice cake, a large can of pumpkin and a box of vanilla pudding.  The base is 9x13 topped by 2-6 inch rounds and the tower was baked in a soup can.  I heated cream cheese premade frosting and drisseled over the cake and pressed in cookie crumbs.  I ground up pecan sandies and some vanilla sandwich cookies for the sand.
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By beanyhunter
Nov 20, 2006
9" Square cake and 6" Round cake stacked. Turrets are Rice Crispies treats formed in paper towel tubes, topped with ice cream cones. Flags are gumpaste. The cake is covered in IMBC icing and Nilla Wafer crumbs for sand.
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By BakingGirl
Dec 1, 2006
no fail sugar with MMF, sanding sugar and royal icing
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By pinkflamingo
Dec 5, 2006
This is a scratch chocolate cake with white chocolate frosting.  I used a seashell mold and candy melts for decoration along with crumbled vanilla wafers for the 'sand'.
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By SweetieD
Dec 11, 2006
This was for a 65th birthday. She absolutely loved it. I know the flip flops are not to scale but I meant it that way. I wanted it to be like a big  centerpiece on top of the cake. Everything is edible except the flowers on the columns. The flip flops are cake covered in fondant. I had a little problem with that. I put them in the freezer and when they defrosted the fondant got all weird. Oh well, lesson learned. Overall, I'm really happy with the results.
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By aoliveira
Dec 19, 2006
All yellow cake, all BC filling and frosting. Shells are white candy melts with a bit of brown color swirled in. Pearls are satin ice fondant, coral is royal (thanks vixster, for the tip!). The sand castle is the only non edible part, made of real sand. 12" square, 10" round, 6" round
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By eriksmom
Jan 1, 2007
A last minute cake I did for a family friend. The sand is crushed vanilla wafers, all BC.
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By shelbur10
Jan 6, 2007
Bottle is carved from cake, iced in buttercream then covered in fondant.  Writing on the lower portion of the bottle is done in buttercream, while the upper is done with food color markers. Cake was frozen for 20 minutes, then transferred onto an 11x15 sheetcake.  I then added graham cracker crumb "sand", airbrushed in the sky and added the fondant lime!
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By Beckalita
Jan 7, 2007
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By SGordon
Jan 13, 2007
I made this for a friend's son who wanted a "Jesus party" for his birthday.  This is the footsteps in the sand.  Cake is a 17"x10" vanilla cake with buttercream icing and chocolate sea shells.
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By reenie
Jan 26, 2007
12x18 monthly birthday cake for the office birthdays.  Sand is graham cracker crumbs with sparkly sanding sugar mixed in.  I LUV doing beach and water cakes because you don't have to worry about smoothing the icing!
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By indydebi
Feb 2, 2007
I made this cake for my father's birthday.  He recently took up diving and I was trying to use that theme. The sides of the cake are supposed to resemble the beach.  I wish I had a better picture of the top and the diver I piped in BC but I cannot find it.  Everything on the cake is edible except for the shells.
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By cake-angel
Feb 6, 2007
My boss' cake for her bday. I was wanting a beach theme but the crackers came out too dark when I crushed them so they look like dirt. But she liked it.
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By chefdot
Feb 16, 2007
square tiers iced in buttercream and topped with crushed graham crackers for sand (the bride provided the topper)
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By pinkflamingo
Feb 19, 2007
My brother loves to surf so I came up with this cake for his b-day.  Chocolate transfer surfboards and letters.  Buttercream icing, white cake, lemon custard.    Grahm crumbs at the foot of the surfboards.
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By my3girlies
Feb 27, 2007
Sand is made using graham crumbs.  Palm trees are pretzel rods and leaves with royal icing.  Bears are teddy grahams.  Towels are fondant.
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By kellycakes4949
Feb 28, 2007
i made this cake for my bestfriend who loves the beach for his 16 birthday. he loved the cake so much and acually never ate it,he kept it in his fridge for a month until his mom made him throw it out! The cake has seashells, slippers, a crab, a starfish, a set of footprints. the sand is a mixture of sugar and brown sugar. To make the waves i frosted the blue then came in with white frosting on a toothpick to blend it in. For the coral reef i just piped  along the bottom of the ocean with 3 different tips.
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By tiffy_228
Mar 8, 2007
Vanilla cake with buttercream icing.  Brown sugar for sand.
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By scgriffiths
Mar 11, 2007
I had lots of fun doing this cake. CC gets the credit for this design; it's not my own!
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By chefamanda
Mar 11, 2007
This cake was for a little girl's Under the Sea birthday party - white cake w/bavarian creme filling, cream cheese icing, fondant luster dusted bubbles & brown sugar as sand. She added the Ariel doll at the party - it was supposed to look like she was floating on the bubbles.
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By eochenski
Mar 12, 2007
I made this cake for my son's 5th birthday.  It was really fun!  White choc. cakes with strawberry filling. They are a half sheet, 10 in square, and 8 in round carved to look like a desert mountainside and covered in crushed nilla wafers and graham crackers. The cactus and signs are made of royal icing and the signs are handpainted with food color.  The rocks and road are fondant and the rock formations were rice krispie treats covered in fondant and sponge painted.
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By Ishi
Mar 17, 2007

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