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My version of Ariel sitting on a rock in the ocean with sealife in the sand under the sea.
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By KimAZ
Jun 21, 2005
My first attempt at a seashell cake.  Shells are chocolate, painted with luster dust.  Seaweed is freeform melted chocolate.
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By beachcakes
Jun 30, 2005
This cake was for a baby shower for a co-worker. The family chose a 'Sea Life' theme for the nursery so I tried to copy the design of the theme as much as possible. It is all done with buttercream icing.
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By moni603
Jul 2, 2005
This was a gift for my friends wedding. All the teirs are cake dummies except for the top. I made all the chocolate sea shells and dusted them with pearl dust. All the real shells are from my moms own collection she picked up on the beach. Everyone loved this cake and had NO IDEA it was fake. The reason for making it fake was because I helped out at the church and that the travel time from my house was about 2 hours. I had sheet cakes in the kitchen for them to cut. French vanilla torted with red rasberry.
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By psurrette
Sep 6, 2005
Here is my attempt at the Little Mermaid.  I made this for a friend's daughter.  She loves the Little Mermaid.  Inspired by Debbie Brown's mermaid cake.  The cake is iced with buttercream but all the characters and coral and such are fondant.  The board is a foam board with the top covered in fondant and painted to look like water.  The board had to be small so it would fit in there mini fridge so they could hide it.  I still need practice on human faces but overall I was happy.
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By talmas
Sep 15, 2005
This was my first big cake to set up and finish on site!  I was a nervous wreck.  Thankfully it was for a friends mother's birthday.  They loved it, and I have decided that is why we do it, not for the money, but for the smile on their faces.  Thanks for all the wonderful ideas from this site for the creation.
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Sep 25, 2005
Cake for my niece's birthday.  Two-toned icing (WBH) and Chocolate transfers for the characters (first time).  Thanks for looking!
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By mrwarnke
Sep 30, 2005
baby shower cake for a friendof a friend did not charge enough will know for next time.  french vanilla cake with french vanilla pudding in it vanilla icing.  candy melt fish fondant turtles.  could not decide what to do with the top of this cake this is what i finally came up with.
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By susanmm23
Oct 10, 2005
Animals done in color flow for ICES 2005.
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By TexasSugar
Oct 11, 2005
This is only my 5th (I think) cake.  I am really happy with the way it turned out.  The color is a little off though - it's not quite as orange as it looks.  Anyway, it's strawberry with bc icing thinned with karo syrup.  My first attempt at airbrushing as well as doing an actual shape other than round or oval.
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By daisygirl76
Oct 14, 2005
9 inch round - vanilla cake chocolate Italian meringue buttercream filling, Italian meringue buttercream frosting. Sponge Bob and Patrick are royal icing flood work. Rocks are chocolate candies all other decorations are buttercream.
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By heavenlycakes
Oct 18, 2005
- beach towel is a piece of gum
- board walk is the top layer of those sugar wafer cookies that have cream in the middle
- the "wood" posts at the end of the boardwalk are pieces of caramel rolled into a log
- sand is "sugar in the raw" on top of tan frosting
- sea animals are from a package of Swedish Fish Ocean Friends
- the waves on the side are from white icing with a blue striped bag
- ocean on the top has blue frosting with some spots of white and deep blue underneath the blue piping gel on top
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By KimberlyKakes
Oct 19, 2005
I made this cake for my daughter's 3rd birthday last month - she loves mermaids at the moment. The water is made from a large lamington sized chocolate cake cut in tw covered with chocolate buttercream ,draped with blue fondant.  The sand is crushed biscuits.  The rock is a pudding bowl chocolate cake carved into a rock shape and covered with buttercream.  The mermaid is made from fondant and the torso and head are modelling fondant.  The seahorses are made from granulated sugar pressed into a sandpit mould
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By sone
Oct 20, 2005
This cake was made for my Mother's Group combined 3rd birthday in September.  I made a few buttercakes & sandwiched them with buttercream until it resembled a large rectangular block.  I then carved out the Nemo shape and, due to limited time, piped orange butter cream rosettes all over.  The fins are modelling fondant and the shell shaped fins are fondant pressed into a madeleine tin and painted orange.
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By sone
Oct 20, 2005
I made this cake for my youngest sister who was in town visiting from Florida.  It is an 8" double layer chocolate box cake with 8" single layer "lid". The lid has her first initial "E" on the top.  The shells are made with sugar and water packed in a mold.  The pearls were supposed to be fondant, but my daughter needed my attention before I finished making them and they dried on me.  So I used my Grandmother's pearls.  I know if she were still with us she would have loved the addition.
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By kerririchards
Oct 25, 2005
This was my final for Begining Chocolate and Sugar class.  It is all poured,molded and pulled sugar pieces.
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By pastrypuffgirl
Nov 6, 2005
I made this for my nephew's b-day, he went through the wilton book and picked this cake out.  It is not exactly the same as the cake in there it is missing a layer but I thought it turned out pretty good for only being my 4th cake. The fondant for his fins and eyes were my first experience with fondant and it was neat but it tasted NASTY!!  I am not sure I will ever use it again.  He loved the cake and he at the fish by himself (pound cake).
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By jennifer293
Nov 7, 2005
all buttercream and fbct on strawberry cake
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By blessBeckysbaking
Nov 11, 2005
These chocolates (yes chocolate) :) were all hand made by me. They are also flavored!  Butter rum, vanilla butter nut, coconut, and mint to name a few.  It is eatable art!  People can't believe that they are eatable and that they are chocolate.  Most people think they are REAL shells! You can see some of the other shells I have been making on my website  Enjoy!
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By danasflowers
Nov 11, 2005
Okay, I had yet another Sponge Bob and Patrick cake. I thought I would make this one a little different by making it square and added Gary! I don't think my SB and Patrick came out as good as my last one, but I was happy with it! Vanilla cake with raspberry cream filling and of course - Italian Meringue buttercream
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By heavenlycakes
Nov 12, 2005
Seafoam colored IMB, ribbon around base of each tier, white chocolate shells, fondant pearls and live goldfish as a topper.
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By edencakes
Jan 14, 2006
I did this for a family birthday (there were 4 of us that celebrated birthdays in the same month).  The cake had to travel for about 2 hours and I waited to put the "fins" in until we got there.  Which is why they broke - traveling with two toddlers.  The icing is lighter on the belly and gets darker towards the top.  Other than the fins, it is all done in buttercream.  I used the football pan for the shape.
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By dickson98
Jan 28, 2006
My first Buttercream Iced cake. Came out okay. I guess, not my favorite  but everyone else liked it.
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By Dedonk21
Jan 30, 2006
My daughters bithday cake inspired by Debbie Brown and a huge thanks to Franjmn for sending me the directions and extra help!!  It was a fun cake to do but boy do pictures sure show my flaws in fondant!!!!  Oh well my daughter really like it!!!  Practice makes perfect!!!
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By cakecre8tor
Jan 31, 2006
Shark Tale theme cake.  A nightmare to make. I will post story in detail.  Yellow cake on the butter with pineapple filling, soaked in simple syrup.  Top layer no filling.
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By MariaLovesCakes
Feb 13, 2006
Under the sea with Nemo and friends.  Traced character's pictures with a corsage pin onto cake. Seaweed, coral & plants all hand drawn.
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By KimAZ
Feb 24, 2006
Buttermilk & chocolate 2 layer sheet cake filled with raspberry preserves, decorated with buttercream with hand-painted Nemo and Dory fondant plaques
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By MikeRowesHunny
Feb 26, 2006
This is a close up photo of my Nemo Cake.
By lauracox79
Feb 27, 2006
This is a cake that I was experimenting with varies colors.  I put fondant accents and for the seaweed I use buttercream frosting.
By deedee44
Feb 27, 2006
Here's my rendition of this theme. Bottom tier carrot cake, top tier yellow, both with pineapple cream cheese filling and cream cheese icing. Decorations are a combination of fondant and CC icing.
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By alimonkey
Mar 6, 2006
First time making mmf, shells and flowers are candy melts
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By musiweb
Mar 15, 2006
I just finished this cake for a little girl that is turning 3 ...I keep her during the day. All Butter cream with chocolate fudge cake and strawberry cream filling.....details are made mostly with candy melts.
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By twoprincesses
Mar 17, 2006
Top View of beach cake
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By Florimbio
Mar 23, 2006
Made to match an underwater theme
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By bohemia
Mar 25, 2006
this was made for one of my biggest customers and she orders this flavor often. It is a Lemon Lovers white chocolate cream cheese cake. Lemon filling between 2 layers of lemon white chocolate cake. Iced with lemon and white chocolate cream cheese. The FBCT and boarder and B/C icing and some luster dust on the dolphins to make them a little more pretty. I wish I were a good photographer because the cakes always look better in person!
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By sgirvan
Mar 28, 2006
Found little jelly fish at a confectionary wholesaler I visited. Then I found this wonderful website and am completely inspired by all of the like-minded people I have found here. So I made this cake yesterday.
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By Allyson
Apr 3, 2006
This is the partial Top and Side of this cake.
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By karthurs
Apr 4, 2006
This is one side of the cake showing the coral, seaweed and a few of the 8 sharks decorating around the sides of this cake.
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By karthurs
Apr 4, 2006
Turtle Cookie Bouquet for my sister's b-day.  She loves turtles and thought this was awesome. Got a couple ideas from Bohemia, so Thanks!
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By kyjettachick
Apr 12, 2006
This was for my SIL's 40th birthday.  Two layer vanilla cake with buttercream icing and natural sugar sand.  Chocolate and fondant shells.
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By thecakemaker
Jun 16, 2005


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