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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
Here is a close up picture of the cake topper.
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By Amyr
Dec 4, 2006
This is a Nemo birthday cake that I made for my niece. The cake is a white cake frosted with buttercream. I used an airbrush for the water. The decor is buttercream. The figures came from a kit.
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By cakeman1
Dec 5, 2006
I made this cake about a year ago for my niece. It is a white cake frosted with buttercream. The pineapple is a cake I baked inside a coffee cup and frosted and decorated with butter cream. The figures are made with fondant.
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By cakeman1
Dec 5, 2006
no fail sugar with MMF, sanding sugar and royal icing
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By pinkflamingo
Dec 5, 2006
no fail sugar with MMF, sanding sugar and royal icing
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By pinkflamingo
Dec 5, 2006
Yellow cake all bc frosting.  I did SpongeBob out of royal, and used the same technique as an FBCT. I used lollipop sticks for his legs, and anchored his arms with toothpicks in the back (after the arms fell off!) The shells are all white candy melts and the little flowers are leftover royals I had.
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By eriksmom
Dec 10, 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
Customer wanted a Nemo cake, smooth icing, choco with raspberry filling.  With some shells.  Shells are made of candy clay and white chocolate coating, highlighted with luster dust and colored candy coating.  One piece of coral is candy clay, the rest are airbrushed royal icing.  Toys purchased by the customer
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By karateka
Dec 15, 2006
This is a cake I did for a bridal shower. Mini 3 tier w/ sotas and shells made from white almond bark then brushed w/ luster dust.
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By CakeL8T
Dec 20, 2006
This was the first attempt at the mermaid and crab, and, during the Christmas rush, no less. But, I found the mermaid to be so much easier than I had anticipated.
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By JoMama
Dec 24, 2006
The inspiration for this cake came from a designer called Deesigner Wedding Cakes (pic in issue 18 of Wedding Cakes magazine).  The couple had a destination wedding in Hawaii, and this cake was for a brunch reception.  They wanted cupcakes to keep the event kid-friendly.  Each cupcake has a molded sea shell chocolate, brushed with luster dusts.
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By momsandraven
Dec 30, 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 birthday cake I made for a 2 year olds party.  French Vanilla cake with raspberry filling and decorator cream cheese frosting.  Starfish are fondant and all other decorations are the cream cheese frosting.
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By TheCookieCuttery
Jan 4, 2007
My son's 14th birthday cake.  Found directions for cake on SugarCraft.com.  Chocolate cake with Pastry Price icing, and filled with crunchy chocolate ice cream.  Found Swedish fish at Frys...
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By AnnMelanie
Jan 6, 2007
My daughter loves the Little Mermaid, so I made a mermaid cake for her second birthday.  The top half of the mermaid is a real doll that I stuck in the cake--everything else is cream cheese buttercream.  I used half of the ball pan and placed it onto the 9" petal pan (single layer).  My daughter started getting excited about her birthday when I let her pick out the doll for her cake.  She fell asleep before I finished decorating her cake last night, but she woke up in the middle of the night to see it.
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By fronklowes
Jan 6, 2007
carved yellow cake with bc and mmf- last minute cake for nephews 6th b-day!
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By sweetviolent
Jan 7, 2007
This was 2 cakes baked in a bowl and then covered with sugarpaste.  The mermaids are also moulded from sugarpaste and painted.  The whole cake is edible.

The cake was made for 2 little girls sharing a birthday party and sharing a cake - they each wanted a mermaid to keep afterwards!
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By pb
Jan 12, 2007
This is the second birthday cake I've made. My friends 7 year old little girl wanted an Under The Sea cake. Octopus, white chocolate & butterscotch chip shells, frosting coral.
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By dannyrea
Jan 12, 2007
This is for a lady who's having her 40th birthday party tonight, then tomorrow she's going on vacation with some girlfriends to a tropical island!  Based on a Carol Deacon cake.  Chocolate cake with BC and MMF.
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By gakali
Jan 13, 2007
This is my sea shell mini cake. It was 4x1, 3x1, and 2x1 covered in light blue fondant. The shells were made with gumpaste but can be made with fondant. I used several different luster dusts to color the shells. Pearls were made with fondant and dusted with pearl dust. Coral I made years ago with a heated sugar mixture and royal icing. I think it is called rock sugar. I used raw sugar for my sand.
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By TexasSugar
Jul 24, 2006
I made this cake for my son's 7th birthday. Everything is edible. This is my first attempt at a hand made figure, and I am quite happy with how he turned out. The cake is a half sheet size, shells are fondant pressed into a candy mold, trees were made with a clay gun  and leaves were made with a leaf cutter. Boats were hand cut, clay gun to add accents. Blue piping gel for the water look. Crushed butter cookies for the sand
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By luvbakin
Jan 18, 2007
I used the wilton 3 tier mini pans, using the 2 smaller of the group, I think 4" and 2.5".  No one lies when they say these take some time.  I tried to wrap them as a whole with the fondant, instead of each little tier, and end up with air bubbles when I couldn't smooth it down starting from the top just right...it was really a bummer.  Looking at them all in the box you couldn't tell as much as you can here in the picture. BUMMER, although I can't wait to try it again.
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By doc_farms
Jan 19, 2007
This is the sailboat cake I did for a 4oth bday. I mucked up on the words - should have done it in cursive as cream frosting was too soft for print. Client didnt complain - or maybe becoz she didnt take a close look...yet..... Oh well.. I know better next time. i think I went overboard (no pun intended) on the sea as well.. too many white bits.
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By swillshaz
Jan 20, 2007
A three tier cake..each tier was 2 cakes deep...
A totally edible cake ...everything modelled with mexican modelling paste and dusted with various lustre dusts..
The water effect on the board and cake tiers was done with paste colour mixes with paintig solution and glitter and then dabbed onto the cake..
It took forever ariel and flounder took the most time but it was for my little girls birthday yesterday so I didnt mind...Worth it all the kids loved it
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By rach1
Jan 21, 2007
closer piccie of the mermaid
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By rach1
Jan 21, 2007
Oh I tell you guys I LOVE this cake. It was so pretty with the colours and I enjoyed so much doing something different than fairies! I know work is work but doing something this lovely really reminded me why I have chosen to decorate cakes!
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By bmote1
Jan 21, 2007
This is the second one
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By Dionne13
Jan 22, 2007
Found this in a magazine and decided to make it for my son's 5th birthday. It went over so well, I ended up making a second one for his friend's birthday!
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By Dionne13
Jan 22, 2007
Mermaid sitting on a rock surrounded by sea creatures
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By minchan
Jan 23, 2007
This is the cake I made for the first -year birthday of Juliana, my daughter
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By Jessicap
Jan 23, 2007
This cake was for my daughter Mackenzie for her 2nd birthday she loves Little Mermaid. It was my firsts time using Rolled Buttercream Fondant.  It is a White Chocolate cake covered in Rolled Buttercream.  Sabastion and Flounder are both Rolled Buttercream. And I used candy melts for the seashells.
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By SisterSister
Jan 24, 2007
Cupcake cake with Ariel and Flounder under the sea.
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By KimAZ
Jan 26, 2007
This was for a child's birthday party where they had an air inflated (50 ft long x 16 ft high) Sea Serpent for the kids to play in.  1/2 white - 1/2 chocolate with Almond BC.  The sea serpent was BC with fondant accents.
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By MelZ
Jan 28, 2007
Chocolate Rolled cookies covered with MMF. I love, love these.
I was trying them out to do as favors for my niece's Sweet 16.
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By Katskakes
Jan 29, 2007
I did this cake with pink mermaid tails a few weeks ago, whilst at the party 2 more little girls having a joint party this weekend put in their order!.  They chose the colours of hair and tails.  Cakes made in pudding basins and then covered in sugarpaste.  All completely edible.
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By pb
Feb 1, 2007
All butter cream frosting with a marshmallow spongebob;-)
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By kden3980
Feb 2, 2007
The highlight of the cake supposed to be 'hermit crab' as cake topper but I was too carried away with other sea creatures and it ended up as an under the sea cake.  This is for dd's buddy who has a hermit crab as her pet.  Thanks for all the great ideas from this forum.
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By glad
Feb 2, 2007
NFS cookies with MMF and a little Mermaid edible image.  I made these for my daughters birthday.
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By newtocakes
Feb 3, 2007
This is a three teir Finding Nemo Cake all made with buttercream except the starfish, they are made from MMF.  I had a blast with this cake, made for a three year old.  He loved it!  The nemo toys were bought on Ebay.
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By toneg24
Feb 8, 2007

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