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Okay, so this isn't really a "Christmas" cake, but I couldn't find anything for seasonal! This is the last of 3 cakes I did for a florist's open house. This cake is covered in gumpaste, dusted with pale blue and white sparkle dust to give it a "cloud" effect. Then, royal icing snowflakes drifted down the sides in varying sizes. Those too were dusted in sparkle dust and I sprinkled some edible glitter on them as well to give them a "snowy" appearance.
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By heavenlycakes
May 9, 2005
This was a dummy cake covered in MMF.  I did a horrible job smoothing the fondant around the bottom, just couldn't get it to work!!!!!  So I covered as much of the mistakes with the ribbon.  Snowflakes were piped on with royal icing and then painted with luster dust mixed with vodka.  Those darn snowflakes were trouble too - I must have broken 20 of them to get the few I did on top.
I won a blue ribbon for the category, but I really was disappointed with how it turned out.
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By montanakate
Sep 6, 2005
White cake made with Diet Coke (to lower calories) and decorated in a multi holiday theme (poinsettias for Christmas, blue snowflakes to represent Hannukah).  This cake was made for a gathering of gals on Weight Watchers -- seriously!  I taught myself how to make the poinsettias as i haven't yet taken Course 3!!
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By finally928
Oct 14, 2005
I saw cookies on M. Stewart's website last year and couldn't wait to try them.  I am practicing for the holidays.  Enjoy!  Tiffany
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By rlctic
Nov 8, 2005
These are my version of the cover picture of Martha's new cookie magazine.  Gingerbread cookie with royal icing and sparkling sugar.  The gingerbread has pepper in it and gives it a nice touch.
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By momlovestocook
Nov 9, 2005
Here's a selection of cookies I made today to put in cookie bouquets.  My SIL is having an open house Saturday so I'm attempting to sell some bouquets(hope they are good enough to sell).  Will post pictures of the bouquets when they are done.
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By momlovestocook
Nov 10, 2005
I made this for some friend's of our's for their November wedding. I decided not to make the snowflakes out of royal icing like the book called for. Luckily it was a fake cake, so I just went to Michael's bought some sparkly plastic ones.
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By sedinga
Nov 12, 2005
I wanted to use up the rest of my royal icing so I made some cookies.  I got the inspiration from some cookies posted here.  I really need to work on Santa's face.  Will be making more Santa's for our church bake sale in December.
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By momlovestocook
Nov 17, 2005
Thank goodness it snowed all week here...thought this wedding cake wouldn't be "appropriate"!
Dark Chocolate Cake filled with Milk Chocolate buttercream, sizes 6", 9" and 12" x 5" tall tiers.
Smooth white fondant on each tier, then made a second circle with jagged icicle edges and brushed that all over with "snowflake" irridescent powder. Flipped it over and wet the back completely, then carefully (with 2 people!) lifted it and placed it onto each cake. Royal icing snowflakes too.
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By antonia74
Nov 27, 2005
This one was at the Head Table because it is my favourite! It looks so fluffy!
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By antonia74
Nov 27, 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
You can't see the sparkles on top of this cake in the pic, but it was really pretty.  3rd of 3 quickee Christmas cakes.
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By momsandraven
Nov 29, 2005
White cake, buttercream icing tinted a pale blue, MMF snowflakes dusted with luster dust and the whole thing sprinkled with edible glitter to give it a frosty look.
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By Sammy-2002
Dec 1, 2005
Sugar cookies with rolled buttercream and royal icing for decorations.  I really liked how they turned out !  (a lot of work but worth it!)
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By lpino
Dec 2, 2005
Gingerbread cookies with Antonia's royal icing.  Just playing with the cookies-not a very good job.  Kids wanted to put sprinkles on some.
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By momlovestocook
Dec 5, 2005
Snowflakes are hard, folks!  They kept breaking and with every fix they started looking more like blobs than snowflakes.  The cake is also covered with edible glitter on top and sides.  Sorry the pic is so grainy...that's seems to be all my camera does these days.
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By fytar
Dec 5, 2005
Here are real cookies.  Got the santa design from Fancymcnancy (Thanks).  All are a roll-out cookie recipe that I've had for years and covered in royal icing.  The snowflakes are dusted with sugar flakes.
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By Mac
Dec 6, 2005
2-10" with 2-8" red velvet covered in BC, covered in Satin Ice.  Royal Snowflakes.  Not real happy with it, but hey they can always be worse.
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By bulldog
Dec 6, 2005
My teacher let me do what ever I wanted as long as it was a stacked cake... Long story short... I'm really proud of this cake... I found out somethings even on the last day that was useful... it is choc/choc bav crem/bc frosting... and a butter pecan/choc bav crem/ bc frosting...
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By kristingeorge
Dec 6, 2005
This was one of the first cakes I did.  It was iced in white buttercream with royal icing snowflakes.  At the time, I didn't know you had to leave at least a day for them to dry so I was drying them in the oven, breaking them, etc. on the day of the event!  What a lesson learned.
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By frankandcathy
Dec 7, 2005
Martha's Italian Meringue buttercream (plus 6oz melted cooled choc & 3/4 cup of the darkest cocoa I could find & a squeeze of Americolor Chocolate Brown food colouring!!)

The cake itself was 18" in height! Each tier was 6" tall. 

Bottom 2 tiers of Dark Chocolate cake filled with Milk Chocolate Buttercream, top tier of Banana cake with Milk Chocolate buttercream.

I used the back of a spoon up the cake tiers to make the plastered look. Snowflakes at top are chocolate fondant dried 3 days.
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By antonia74
Dec 10, 2005
White cupcakes with white chocolate chips and coconut buttercream.  The snowflakes are color flow.  The tops are sprinkled with sparkles, but we can't see them in the picture!
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By CranberryClo
Dec 11, 2005
I made 4 dozen of these cookies this week.  One of my good friends has adopted a baby from Guatamala and the christening is this weekend.  They were using glass ornaments with snowflakes on them on the tables at their reception.  I used the no fail sugar cookie recipe and royal icing.  Only the "lines" have been coated with sanding sugar.
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By thyterrell
Dec 11, 2005
No fail sugar cookies decorated with royal icing.  Snowflakes, mittens, and ice skates.
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By newtocakes
Dec 13, 2005
No fail sugar cookies with Martha's royal recipe w/meringue substituted. I'm making these for DH's biggest clients as a "thank you for your business". This is my first ever so I'm hoping I learn along the way.
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By krissy_kze
Dec 13, 2005
Cake for husband's work--double layer yellow with chocolate mousse filling.  Bettercreme frosting, royal snowflakes and royal poinsettias.  Fun to make this one!
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By lotsoftots
Dec 14, 2005
Not real happy with this one--clearly, it's been quite some time since I've had to write on a cake!  But, it tasted great--that's what really counts in my book anyway.  Double layer yellow with chocolate mousse filling.  Bettercreme frosting, royal poinsettias
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By lotsoftots
Dec 14, 2005
I finally tried the no fail sugar cookies.  2 things, They hold their shape, but I'm not a huge fan of the taste.  They are not buttery enough for me.  I also used Antonia74's icing.  I love her icing, it is so easy to work with!  These were a special order from a bakery.
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By izzybee
Dec 14, 2005
Here is a sample of the cookies I did for a restaurant's gift baskets.  My favorite one is the Christmas tree.  And Santa is cute, too!
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By Mac
Dec 14, 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
I have to make 15 of these for DH's company. I've made 2. *sigh* practice makes perfect, right? No fail sugar cookies with Martha's royal recipe with meringue powder instead of egg white. There are also cream cheese spritze cookies in there for filler.
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By krissy_kze
Dec 15, 2005
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By Nermal03
Dec 15, 2005
No-Fail Cookie Recipe with Royal Icing for Decorated Cookies.  These are a lot of fun to make however they are time consuming!  Thanks for looking!
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By tripletmom
Dec 17, 2005
buttercream with royal snowflakes.
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By beachcakes
Dec 18, 2005
These are done as gifts for a friend.  Chocolate raspberry and chocolate chocolate.  They were made in soup cans, cut and layered.
By sweetcreation
Dec 20, 2005
These are for another friend.  Chocolate Raspberry and Chocolate Chocolate.  Made in soup can, cut and layered.
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By sweetcreation
Dec 20, 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
White french vanilla cake bc icing with rolled fondant snowflakes cut out by hand/pattern.  I got the idea from here and combined a few things from others!  This is a birthday cake for a friends DIL, who's B Day happens to be the same as mine...12/25.
I wanted her to have a BDay cake...not just Christmas.
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Dec 20, 2005
I got the idea to do this style of a cake from a member here. They used different designs on theirs, and I added the snowflake free handed. I put the cake sparkles on it to make it look like it had a frost on it. The customer was very pleased with it. I know that I can always come to this site when I'm needing cake suggestions. Thanks
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By mistygaildunn
Dec 21, 2005
SnowWhite Fondant and Royal Snowflakes
The bride's bouquet was matching Burgundy Callas
Niagara "IceWine" Buttercream filled these Chocolate tiers
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By CookieGirl
Apr 13, 2005


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