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This cake was for a children's christmas party at church.  I am still learning so I was pleased with how it turned out.
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By MaddieCakes
Apr 13, 2005
I made this for my daughter's 3rd bday.  She absolutely loved her "house cake" and was thrilled to see Snow White and all her buddies on the other cake!  I made the "Durable cake for 3D and Wedding cakes" but used French Vanilla instead of white/yellow.  Everyone just raved at how good it was...I must admit it was the best cake I've ever made, so delicious and moist.
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By 4cakefiends
Sep 28, 2005
Hi! This cake was iced in a bit of a hurry, so is a bit rough around the corners. The top is all fondant, the cake cream cheese pound cake with custard filling. The sides are just decorated with clean beads as I didn't have time to do anything else. We had a great party. Had to find Cinderella's lost slipper, pin the tail on the rabbit and made beautiful tiaras.
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By melissaanne
Nov 13, 2005
First decorated cake I baked for last Christmas.
By nanzz
Nov 21, 2005
Uneven square "Scrap" Cake for practice.  I used quick poured fondant for first time and was rather pleased.  Used royal for decorations.  Haven't tasted the whole poured fondant, BC, cake combo yet, should taste fine.  Thanks, Antonia76 with fondant help.
By bulldog
Nov 28, 2005
This was a last minute order from a friend of ours for the 7 year old daughter's birthday. Her only requirement was that there was a snowman on it! Snowman, snowballs and present are fondant; ice cream cone trees with royal icing and powdered sugar "snow". Cake is white chocolate, dreamy creamy icing and edible pearls on sides.
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By mamafrogcakes
Dec 1, 2005
Choc, choc chip cake with whipped ganache icing and IMBC for the snow.  Made for the chocoholic assistant at dh's clinic who is moving to CO to become a ski instructor.  My first fondant person too!
By dodibug
Dec 9, 2005
Chocolate cake with Chocolate mousse frosting.  Buttercream frosting with royal icing snowflakes and writing.  This cake was so much fun to make!
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By cakecre8tor
Dec 14, 2005
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By Nermal03
Dec 15, 2005
White cake with strawberry filling.  Decorated with decorator icing, and royal icing.  Penguins, Polar bear, and Walrus are fondant.  Block ice wall made with sugar cubes.  Piping gel used for water and "chilly" ice accents!!  Notice the humor incorporated into this wintery scene!
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By mommykicksbutt
Dec 16, 2005
This is my first entry into a contest, so I hope it is received well.  Made for a family Holiday party.  Top layer white cake w/ apricot filling, bottom layer white cake w/ strawberry filling, MMF cover and snowmen, BC snowflakes.  MA had just been hit w/ the first major snowfall of the season the night before this party, so i changed the cake theme & decorated till 2:30 am.
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By finally928
Dec 19, 2005
CCC I made for a holiday party.  Don't know how many are in it cause I didn't count and meant to take a pic but forgot!!  I think there are 26 maybe 27.  First time ever using my airbrush on a cake though!  : )
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By okieinalaska
Dec 19, 2005
10" and 6" cakes iced in buttercream. White sparkles around snowlike edges. Snowman and snowmam are Christmas ornaments (I added the bouquet and veil). Snowflakes are also ornaments held on with royal icing.
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By reiscakes
Dec 20, 2005
Fondant iced cake with Color Flow snowflakes.  (You can tell this is my first time working with MMF!)
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By Uberhipster
Dec 29, 2005
I made this Snowman for my mom's office Christmas party
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By Kristen
Jan 4, 2006
I made this for a guy at my mom's office for his bithday.  It is in December, hence the snowmen
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By Kristen
Jan 4, 2006
Buttercream icing with white chocolate snowflakes and sugar sprinkles
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By 101dal236
Jan 9, 2006
no fail sugar cookies with royal icing sprinkled with sugar!
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By 101dal236
Jan 9, 2006
no fail sugar cookies with royal icing
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By 101dal236
Jan 9, 2006
Another winter cake I did today, all buttercream.
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By bigcatz
Jan 18, 2006
This was for my daughter's 2nd birthday.  Made with Wilton's whipped frosting mix, chocolate licorice, fruit gushers candy tape, Wilton ready made colored frosting in the tube.
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By braggmama2
Jan 24, 2006
I made this cake for my brother's birthday. He was going snowboarding the next week and since I had about 2 hours to bake and decorate a penguin was easier than a human! :)
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By EdthePenguin
Feb 7, 2006
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By augustlm
Mar 11, 2006
Frosted in buttercream, decorations are chocolate
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By Keliames
Mar 15, 2006
This was almost a disaster, but luckily I was able to save it.  16-inch round, 5 inch deep.  3 layer filling, iced w/cream cheese.
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By Falenn
Mar 17, 2006
Hands down my favorite cake.  Got the idea on this site (thanks!).  The penguins, fish and igloo tiles are fondant.  Trees are sugar cones.  Water is piping gel with blue food coloring. The igloo is the Wilton barbie doll cake pan (the dress). The cake was very time consuming but did not take much skill at all.
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By Virginia
Mar 19, 2006
Princess castle with Cinderella and Snow White
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By socake
Mar 21, 2006
This cake was fun to make. The trees are made with pull out star on a sucker stick then dusted with powder sugar. Everything is made from buttercream icing.
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By kimmycake
Mar 26, 2006
This was for my in-laws 40th wedding anniversary.  It is all BC with royal icing snowfakes.  I also sprinkled the whole cake with edible clear glitter.
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By MicheleF
Mar 28, 2006
The tree is an icecream cone covered with buttercream using #352.  The candycanes are real candycanes.  Powdered sugar created the "snow effect."  Santa is a chocolate foil covered candy on a mini-Hershey's chocolate and candy canes for his sleigh.
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By PixieDiva
Apr 3, 2006
I made this cake for my dad real quick in one night, so it's a little sloppy. However, it was a lot of fun. The front 2 penquins are sliding. The 2 on the right-hand side in front of the igloo are a father and daugher (to represent us) and then there are 5 penquins on the left sige of the igloo that are playing king of the hill. Oh and the penguin in the back right hand corner was made by my husband.
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By jewelykaye
Apr 17, 2006
Made for my work Christmas Party.
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By terrob97
Apr 19, 2006
As you can guess, i made this for a snowboarding fanatic. I used Madiera cake for this as it is a little firmer to work with than sponge. Dead easy to do, only took me a couple of  hours one the cake had cooled.
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By lauracox79
Apr 20, 2006
This is a cake i made for my very best friend. Had so much fun making it. bc decorations, piping gel frozen lake. The bear is chocolate and the sheet cake is cinnamon swirl.
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By Laroux
May 1, 2006
Did this for my birthday last year ... no one else was going to do me a cake so I thought I'd try this out of Debbie Brown's book. It's cute - I put a few animals in but other than that followed her instructions. It's all fondant!
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By bmote1
May 10, 2006
Here she is
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By bmote1
May 10, 2006
And here's the witch - not the best close up but the best I've got :)
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By bmote1
May 10, 2006
The igloo is coverd with buttercream and the penguins and the fish are made of sourdough (experiment).  The penguins were cracked when I took them out of the oven. I should have covered the board with more icing to give a snow look.
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By Renuka
May 14, 2006
BCTS - Disney Princesses - Bday gift hit cake, so there is a slight problem above Cinderella LOL
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By vmw774180
May 16, 2006
A cake done for my son's class.  The teacher requested that it not have Santa or anything religious in it but I still wanted it to be fun for the kids.  It was a big hit.  Covered in decorator frosting with white glitter (edible of course) and fondant figures
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By mommykicksbutt
Apr 13, 2005


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