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This was my son's first birthday cake. The entire cake was "smashed" on one side to look like he had crawled up it to reach his smash cake (the top tier). Each tier was made for a favorite bedtime book: The bottom is Goodnight Moon with lines from the book printed and illustrated around the tier. The next is "I Love You Through and Through" again with the main line printed and the teddy bear from the book. The final tier was "One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish".
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By meihana
Jun 18, 2007
I LOVED doing this cake, because 'The Cat in the Hat' was always one of my favorites growing-up.  I found an image online & cut it out, then traced it onto the buttercream with a toothpick once the frosting was able to get firm in the fridge.  Flipped-over the image & traced it again, that's how I was able to get them so close, but the rest was free hand, so their faces & some parts aren't identical.
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By OCakes
Apr 23, 2006
SEUSSICAL Cake ~ 10" double layer strawberry cream cake & 6" double layer lemon cream cake & THE MUSICAL Cake ~ 12" double layer chocolate fudge cake & 8" double layer lemon cream cake with buttercream filling, icing, and trees. Gumpaste figures and lettering... close-ups posted.
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By Terrisa
Oct 21, 2007
I made this as an end of the year thank you and goodbye cookie for my daughter's teacher who is retiring.  Her favorite children's book is Horton hatches an egg by doctor seuss.  It is a large cookie.  I am guessing close to 8 x 10 inches.  Just plain sugar cookie with royal icing. I printed a picture of the cookie out as a keepsake with the words: Thank you for hatching a prepared third grader and put it on the back of the cookie board before I wrapped it in saran.
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By freddyfl
Jun 18, 2007
Half sheet cake iced and decorated in buttercream. Was done for 4 cousins birthdays that are all at the same time. Two girls, two boys multi age. Turned a bit Dr. Seuss on me.
By trulyscrumptious
Jul 25, 2006
Saw this idea here on CC. Edible image that I overpiped.
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Aug 31, 2006
Again, not a wedding cake but I don't see a whimsy cake category. Thank you Ted Geisel for your wonderful inspiration. This is actually a styrofoam cake dummy made for a friend who doesn't eat sweets. She collects and loves anything Seuss so this was my Christmas gift to her. Covered in fondant with gumpaste decorations.
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By ShirleyW
Sep 24, 2006
I made these for my daughter's kindergarten & my son's preschool Dr Seuss's Birthday class parties on March 2nd.  They are no fail sugar cookies with Antonia's royal icing.  I'm still seeing red & white stripes in my sleep, LOL!!
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By smileyface
Mar 3, 2006
What a fun cake to make.  It was a hard concept to adapt to cake.  I had great inspiration from Shirley W. and Cakelady5.  Thank you ladies!  The eggs and ham are fondant, trees are royal on toothpicks, grumpy is done in chocolate transfer and the egg is all BC done with a half of a ball pan and just icing for the egg white part.  Thanks for looking!
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By Cake4ever
Jun 8, 2007
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By satin
Oct 7, 2006
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By satin
Nov 5, 2006
I changed the top to a girl fairy in the likeness of my friend who is moving, but this cake is inspired by the Dr. Seuss book 'Oh, the Places You'll Go'. It is all fondant and the yellow is actually my first attempt at MMF.
By Lillybelle
Nov 12, 2006
This is a double layer, 12 by 12 cake.  Cat is a first!  The black ran a little, but apparently that happens!?!  I wish it didn't.  The squiggles and swirls on the top and sides are candy melts.  Thanks to Satin and others on CC who inspired this cake!
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By Kate714
Nov 18, 2006
2- 2" 11X15 butter cakes iced in buttercream and covered with MMF, handpainted detail
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By angelak
Nov 20, 2006
This cake was ordered for a coworker's son's 6th b-day.  French Vanilla cake with BC and MMF.  Picture is a FBCT.
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By Tomoore
Jan 19, 2007
Here is my Ode to Dr. Seuss. I made all of the characters with sugarveil(my first time with it; love it!!) The hat is made of rice cripsy treats and covered in fondant. The swirls and pompoms are made of gumpaste. This was a lot of fun and I am so happy with the sugarveil system; it's a godsend for someone like me who cannot draw freehand.
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By kats0916
Jan 22, 2007
This cake was carved and iced in buttercream to match Cat in the Hat.
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By frankandcathy
Jun 4, 2006
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By deborah_amos
Feb 1, 2007
Top view of my sister's graduation cake
By rachaelwelch
Dec 19, 2005
We based this on a drawing in the Seuss book Yertle the Turtle....its supposed to be 9 turtles stacked high, we had 7...the bottom turtle's name in the book is Mack, my daughter's name is we thought it woudl be cute. 

The turtles on top are white chocolate sprayed with blue wilton color mist...and the bottom turtle is cake with fondant pieced together mosaicly. THe letters are chocolate, I used a clay mold for them, and the cat tails are chocolate as well as the grass used just plain waxpp
By brenners
Jun 11, 2006
This is a 1/2 sheet cake that I made for Dr Seuss' birthday celebration.  It is made of 2 different 1/4 sheet cakes.  One is a white cake with cherry filling (don't know how that will taste, but it's what the client wanted).  The other is a devil's food cake with chocolate fudge filling.  The cat in the hat and the things are frozen buttercream transfers.  I normally don't like to put sprinkles on a cake, but I think it really worked well on this one.  The sides of the cake have red, blue, and yellow swirls
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By bethallan
Feb 28, 2007
Made these for my daughter's class for Dr. Seuss Birthday!
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By kden3980
Mar 1, 2007
I made this cake for my son's class who did an all day Cat in the Hat party!  It was vanilla and strawberry cake (so the inside was striped too!) iced all in buttercream with royal icing characters all around.  It was a big hit at school!
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By cakecre8tor
Mar 1, 2007
I did this for a teacher celebrating Read Across America/Dr. Seuss today.  The images are chocolate transfers.
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By LisaMS
Mar 2, 2007
This is 10 cupcake cakes for the local elementary school's Dr Seuss celebration.  Each cake has a different picture and quote from the book.  258 cupcakes total.  FBCT.  A big thanks to everyone who helped!
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By amysue99
Mar 2, 2007
I've finally gotten the chance to make this cake to Celebrate Dr. Seuss's Birthday.  My twins Pre-K class celebrated today.  It was a big hit with the kids and teacher... Dr. Seuss brings back fond memories for me from my childhood.  Thanks for looking !!!!
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By Twins5485
Mar 2, 2007
Cupcakes with FBCT.  I made this for my daughter's Kindergarten class for their Celebration of Read Across America
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By Steady2Hands
Mar 2, 2007
1/4 sheet with BC, design gel transferred
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By lcottington
Mar 3, 2007
Both of these are cupcake cakes I made for my daughters school.   I freehanded the designs.
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By treatsonthego
Mar 3, 2007
Vanilla Pound and lemon cake, buttercream icing and Fondant accents.
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By heathery13
Mar 4, 2007
By Nancyf
Mar 5, 2007
This was a cake I donated to the PTO at school for their Dr. Seuss Party.
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By Michellear
Mar 6, 2007
This was made for a co worker who's birthday was today and the theme in her room for the week was green eggs and ham.  I attempted to make the characters out of royal icing but they wouldn' t dry so I tried chocolate transfers for the first time.  I gotta thank the cc members who answered my post and especially to Michelle (newfyicing) for all her help - again!
thanks for looking - we are proud of this cake!!!
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By cakelady5
Mar 6, 2007
just another view!
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By cakelady5
Mar 6, 2007
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By K8E
Mar 8, 2007
For my little boy's 5th birthday...the little cats spell out his name, Asa.  Chocolate cake with buttercream.
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By wonderwoman
Apr 13, 2007
This is a 1/4 sheet cake (red velvet with cream cheese frosting and fresh ground pecan meal on sides) decorated for a school party in honor of Dr Seuss Birthday. The image is an FBCT. I added some black sprinkles, buttercream confetti and curly ribbon to finish this one out. Thanks for Looking!
By southrnhearts
Apr 20, 2007
This was for a little boys birthday who loves Dr. Seuss.  all around the cake are pictures from his stories: fox in socks, nixie knox, road sign, gold fish bowl.  It was alot of fun to do.  Everything is made from fondant and the details were done with edible markers.
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By cakesoutsidethebox
Apr 27, 2007
This Cat in the Hat cake was made for an elementary school's Family Read Night.
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By varneyk
Apr 28, 2007
I made this for a baby shower.  It is all iced in buttercream with the names of different Cat in the Hat books written on all 4 sides.
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By Creas
Jun 18, 2007


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