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By Katskakes
Sep 8, 2006
This went with an "Under the Sea" request for a recent birthday. Can't thank everyone else enough for their already posted pictures that I got the idea from. This was a white cake with cookies 'n creme filling; added white chocolate candy mold shells & starfish brushed with luster dust.
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By saranac2000
Sep 9, 2006
Woweee fellow decorators!  I have just returned home from the 7pm wedding that I made this cake for.  It was my first wedding cake - not perfect but made a good impression. Pound cake with bc and chocolate sea shells.  Sand is granulated brown sugar with more chocolate sea shells.  Transport was nerve racking.  The cake was a 14",10", and 6".  The bride cried when she saw it, (tears of joy) so I guess I did okay.  Thanks for looking!
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By buttercupbaker
Sep 9, 2006
This cake was a special order from a client...she sent me a pic and asked could I do it, and I said yes.  I did almost exactly what the pic looked like, fondant creatures, buttercream icing.  I would have added some kelp and "waves" for the borders, but I did not want to vary from the pic she sent...so I did not.  I think I will do it again and do it the way that I would have and see how it turns out....thanks for looking!
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By mommyof5kidz
Sep 10, 2006
This cake was made for a girls Luau paty. It is vanilla cake covered in BC. Decorations are done with crushed grahm crakers for sand, swedish fish (seahorses, starfish, puffer fish, green fish, red fish, & dolphins), real seashells, and drink umbrellas. Everyone loved this cake!
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By ajeffery2001
Sep 10, 2006
Seashell wedding cakes are so popular with my customers, but I was getting bored with my molds. So, I went beachcombing and cast some of my treasures in silicone (I got it from www.jgreer.com). The sea urchin, crabs, mussel and clam shells, and small welks are my favorites! Add a bit of black seaweed (made from Tootsie Rolls tinted black) and all that's missing is the sand!
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By PGray315
Sep 19, 2006
Cake for 3 yr old granddaughter. Bottom layer is Chocolate Chocolate Chip layered with Lemon Ice Cake and filled with lemon Curd and Nutella Filling, Top layer is WASC cake layered with Chocolate Fudge Cake filled with Nutella Filling, cake is iced with Almond Buttercream. Little fish, turtles and frogs are done with colored white chocolate, the sharks and whale were piped on, four varigated fish are candles, and the top fish are done with the small ball pan, idea for them from Wilton, fins are jelly candy.
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By freddie
Sep 19, 2006
This cake was a blast and made the client so happy.  I took some of the inspiration from the awesome cakes on this website and made it my own!  It is a half a sheet on the bottom, double layer with fudge filling.  The top is the Wilton wondermold pan, torted with chocolate filling.  The rest of the icing is buttercream and the shells are made with white chocolate.  I was so happy with her tail which I made out of fondant (after many tries!!!), and coated with pearlshimmer dust.  Flounder is also made of fon
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By paradisepalms
Sep 19, 2006
This cake used three 10"x10" madeira cakes stacked and carved - for thirty 6yo boys! Sugarpaste everywhere, except the pirates and the sails. It was a nightmare - it was so hot the brown sugarpaste woudn't harden! Used lots of ideas from this site - the cannons, the sails, the anchor, the sharks...this site is a treasure chest...:)
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By Bayamoy
Sep 20, 2006
10" & 6" b/c icing with fondant creatures & chocolate sea weed.  Creatures were made with a flexible mold for clay work.  So easy to use & fun too!
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By bjfranco
Sep 22, 2006
DD chose an ocean theme cake several years in a row.  It's in the cake pan because we were taking it camping.  The sea creatures, rocks and shells are creme savers candies, gummi worms, starburst formed into fish, goldfish crackers (gross!) and buttercream icing.  I made a little treasure chest out of hersheys bars and frosting, but the picture isn't good.  I've learned a lot from CC since then!  But this was really fun for the kids to pick off their favorite candies.  The dolphins are a magnet.
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By Kelrak
Sep 23, 2006
Birthday Cake, cut from 3 round cake pans.
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By yoktom
Sep 27, 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
8" & 4" BC icing, Fondant fish, shells, turtles & banner, chocolate shell & seaweed. Gold Sanding Sugar for Ocean Floor.  Thanks for looking!
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By bjfranco
Sep 30, 2006
MMF mermaid and accents over a yogurt poundcake.
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By sandi64
Oct 1, 2006
Another Sponge Bob cake!  Edible image characters, royal icing coral, chocolate sea shells.  Triple chocolate cake with vanilla cream filling. Thanks for looking!
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By newtocakes
Oct 2, 2006
No fail cookie recipe with Antonias Icing.I used my Kopykake projector to project flounder on a clam shaped cookie.The fish cutter alone was too small and I was charging quite abit for each cookie so...I did 50 of these yesterday!
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By Kiddiekakes
Oct 7, 2006
Mostly MMF, chocolate shells, graham cracker sand.  Love details...after Bruce sat for a week-filled him with Al foil, wood grain sign, #2, candles.  13.5" oval base and way TOO high wave 5
x?9" dowelled like crazy for 1 hour transport.   I especially LOVED brendaannes' "finding nemo" cake--THANKS! and Vmoore's amazing waves.  Thanks for the inspiration and then I have some original stuff on there:)
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By margery
Oct 8, 2006
Gumpaste decorations hand painted. Baby in the shell on top.

BC covered cakes, fondant covered topper.
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By IHATEFONDANT
Oct 8, 2006
Close up of cake top.
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By IHATEFONDANT
Oct 8, 2006
Choc cake with bc Icing
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By Ursula40
Oct 13, 2006
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By cakegirl0315
Oct 14, 2006
The starfish is stippled with a corn silker. I am always trying to find ways to use tools that I have already.
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By JoMama
Oct 14, 2006
A 50th birthday cake for a beach party theme. A decandent 3 tier chocolate Kaluha cake with dark chocolate ganache and hand-made chocolate shells painted with liquid gold and gold and bronze edible glitter. The photo on the right was the finished product with chocolate shavings to decorate.
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By Leigh01
Oct 19, 2006
This cake is made for either a birthday, or bridal or going away party everything is eliable on this made with gum paste.
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By mamabear1959
Oct 19, 2006
This is my version of BJFRANKO'S mermaid cake. Thank you for such an awsome inspriation! My neice's 6th birthday. Vanilla cake with buttercream, chocolate whipped cream filling and chocolate sea life.
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By whtrbbt420
Oct 24, 2006
All made of fondant. Would change a few things if I did it again. Just started doing cake decorating about a month ago so it's all a learning curve!!
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By seraphim
Oct 29, 2006
I made this cake 4 year's ago for my dd best friend. She gave me the topper told me what she wanted and this is what she wanted, exactly! all star fish, most fish and rocks are all made from fondant. There are some gummy fish and rock candy tinted to look like coral and of course graham cracker crumb's for the bottom. We had fun with this one. This cake traveled 100 mile's in the back of Suv, and then they got a picture
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By Ditter
Nov 2, 2006
This was my first attempt at making things with fondant icing...it was my little boys first birthday and he loved the shower curtain we had just bought, so I thought I would go for "Under the Sea"..he recognised the things on top so that was a bonus!
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By mandanz
Nov 7, 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
A cake I did for a swimming party
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By glitterkris
Nov 10, 2006
I made this cake for my daughter's 5th birthday. Another one of my before cakes. I baked 2, 9x13 cakes, I added food coloring to make the cake a teal color.  Frosted with canned frosting.  The fish and other items on the cake are made out of starbursts that I melted slightly then flattened and allowed to cool. Then I cut out the different shapes and just added bits and pieces together to make the stripes on some of the fish.  She loved it and the cake tasted fantastic!
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By evesloven
Nov 12, 2006
Modelating Paste and Gumpaste
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By isamen77
Nov 19, 2006
This is my version of Colette Peter’s cake. Chocolate cake baked in a shell pan. Fondant/gumpaste (50/50) pearl and seaweed, candy coral, and graham cracker seafloor. Honest critiques are always welcome!
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By tiptop57
Nov 20, 2006
I made this for my friends little girls birthday. Everything is edible, made from fondant.
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By mandanz
Nov 22, 2006
i wish i had a better picture of this cake. it is a two layered chocolate cake and i cut out the middle area of the top cake. I filled it with blue jello and threw in gummy fish. the sides were frosted with bc and my friends and i drew sea creatues. it was a lot of fun to make!
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By octopus
Nov 26, 2006
all decoration done in decorator icing. The photo really doesn't give it justice.
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By bakermomof2
Nov 28, 2006
My 2nd attempt at modelling again using the fondant, pretty pleased with this one considering my lack of experience.  For my nephew who was into Finding Nemo at the time, one of the fish is coloured as Nemo and the kids did find it.  Cake is my secret recipe brownie cake.
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By nicolevoorhout
Nov 28, 2006
3 Tier Wedding Cake iced in buttercream.  Fondant pearls and chocholate sea shells dusted with luster dust.  Sea grass made of royal icing.  Sand on bottom is made from vanilla waffers and brown sugar.
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By Amyr
Dec 4, 2006

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