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Stained glass look using colored piping gel and pattern found on a stained glass site.
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By msbask
Jun 28, 2005
FINITO!!! Had some spare piping gel and was able to finish today...I need to refine my brushstrokes, but it was fun doing this for the very first time!  WooHoo!!!
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By Godiva
May 8, 2005
This was a cake that I did for a pastor appreciation party that we had at out church. I knew it was missing something but I didn't realize what it was until Sunday morning when I was getting ready to leave for church, I didn't put a top border around my bottom 1/2 sheet. I carved the cross from 1/2 sheet cake, and tinted piping gel for the glass look.
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By mistygaildunn
Nov 8, 2005
I made this cake for my Grandmother. French vanilla cake, brandy IMBC. Stained glass is outlined in candy melts tinted dark grey and filled in with colored piping gel.
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By mamafrogcakes
Dec 24, 2005
Stained Glass Praying Hands
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By rydersmom
Sep 15, 2005
Stained glass chocolate cross with buttercream icing
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By mscorliss
Jan 8, 2006
This is the two-step buttercream someone brought over from the Wilton site.  Lovely to work with and not very sweet.  The design was transferred over via a buttercream outline, just like a piping gel transfer, but I was running out of gel and wasn't sure I had enough to spare.  The buttercream outlines worked fairly well.  I got some skips in the design, but was able to fill them in.  "Glass" is piping gel, of course.  Next time I think I'll do an edible image, brushed with piping gel instead.
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By Crimsicle
Mar 7, 2006
This cake was done with the single cream colored pillar and the blue candles for a soft opening party at a home decor store.   These are like these stained glass votives they actually sell in the store. The wicks were  lit just for the picture.
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By mendhigurl
Mar 30, 2006
This was my first attempt with WBH BC.  Liked the taste but found it melted in my hands when using it so I had to do royal icing flowers.  The girl is a chocolate transfer & the cross is piping gel to look like stained glass.  Any critiques or suggestions for improvements welcome!
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By swoboda
Apr 10, 2006
I made this for my mom.  Outlines are buttercream, "stained glass" is piping gel.
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By gakali
May 14, 2006
Everything is edible, made with fondant. Thanks for looking!
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By bigcatz
Jul 9, 2006
This was done for a First Communion. The cake design is from a Wilton Yearbook ( can't remember which year ). "stained glass" colors were mixed with piping gel. I know it is "copied" straight out of the Wilton book, but I thought it was a nice cake design for just about any church/ religious event.
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By Twisted_Sifter
Jan 4, 2006
This cake was for a friend's son's baptism. He's 11 so we didn't want to make it too babyish so we used icing gel to create a stained glass effect.
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By mqguffey
Aug 29, 2006
12" orange cake with raspberry filling. All buttercream icing. The shells are white candy melts, colored and dusted with pearl dust. I used the "stained glass" method that CC has been advertising at the top of the page.  It's a really fun and creative way to do a design. I was also told that the orange/raspberry combo was VERY yummy.
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By eriksmom
Sep 9, 2006
This cake was done for a church raffle.  I was found out that they collect $80.00 for this one cake.
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By neicey1971
Oct 8, 2006
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By sweet_honesty
Oct 27, 2006
I did this for a girls 17th birthday.  It was homemade red velvet cake and everything except the candle was edible.  The only things I did not make from scratch were the candle, the fruit chew used for stems and antenna and the black piping on the butterfly.  It was a big hit.
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By dixiepixie0634
Nov 22, 2006
This is my first attempt at fondant without supervision :)  The design was inspired by a stained class cake in one of Colette's books, and modified ("simplified"!) a bit.  Poinsettia outline w/royal icing, filled in with colored gel.  Bow made with gumpaste.  Devil's Food cake with strawberry preserve filling.
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By cakelady11215
Dec 18, 2006
First attempt at stained glass effect using piping gel.  Because its a small cake, it was hard to get the details right... especially the faces.
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By yvesyong
Dec 23, 2006
This is a half vanilla, half chocolate 1/4 sheet cake. All buttercream with royal icing pointsettias and piping gel for the stained glass. There is a white on white border around the stained glass and cornelli lace but you can't really see it, and theres also some rainbow pixie dust to make it sparkle. Thanks for looking
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By irelandshs
Dec 24, 2006
I did this as a tribute to an old gentleman at my church who loved to work with stain glass.
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By kwaples001
Jan 26, 2007
This is the cake I made last week for a baptism at church.  MMF painted purple, MMF cross and dove with colored piping gel for the stained glass look.
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By freddyfl
Feb 6, 2007
This was a cake I made for a dance that the area Episcopal youth were having with the bishop.  Their color was purple and I modeled the lettering after the invitation.  There was also some kind of candle theme going, which is why the window has a candle in it.
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By Steffen74
Feb 7, 2007
Poured sugar stained glass, painted it to look like ballerina, put it with roses on top of ice cream cake I made with chocolate fudge cake layered with vanilla ice cream and crushed oreos for my 7 year old.  She does ballet, and wanted a ballerina, and I've been wanting to try this technique.  She looks better from straight above, but I couldn't get a good picture that way!
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By sugarnut
Feb 26, 2007
This is a strawberry cake with buttercream, MMF, and piping gel for the flowers.  The bride really likes the colour red, and she likes cinnamon heart candies - which I used for the bottom border!
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By gakali
Aug 1, 2006
I tried to make a stained glass cake with a light house.  Not knowing what I was doing , I created a mess and had to t cover it up.  This was interesting, I do need isturctions to do the stained glass properly.
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By sandie
Mar 3, 2007
I made this as a surprise for my mom for yesterday. I've always made her a cake for mothers day ever since I started cake making.
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By sillyoldpoohbear
Mar 19, 2007
This cake was inspired by the church windows where the bride and groom had their ceremony.  Got lots of "how did you DO that?!?!?" questions upon delivery.  But I am sure most of you CCers have a pretty good idea (cant fool fellow cakers)!
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By PerryStCakes
Mar 26, 2007
classic yellow mix with extender, buttercream icing, toba glace for transfering and outlining pic, filled in with buttercream.. googled for free stained glass image for pic
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By debilou68
Apr 3, 2007
This has got to be one of my favorite cakes yet.  I was so excited how well this turned out.  Treated the "leading" like a frozen buttercream transfer and then filled in with colored piping gel.  Thanks to everyone for your beautiful stained glass I could see how wonderful this could be!
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By saj_stuff
Apr 5, 2007
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By Fishercakes
Apr 6, 2007
This cake was done for a customer who was celebrating a Baptism and also Easter. I thought the picture repesented both events. I airbrushed the picture to try and duplicate a stained glass window.
By pampered
Apr 7, 2007
First communion cake
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By LittleLinda
Apr 19, 2007
Star fill in method.  I did this cake three different times with different color hair and different veil styles.
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By LittleLinda
Apr 24, 2007
star fill in method.
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By LittleLinda
Apr 24, 2007
Fun to do, although "filling in" of stained glass colors took 12 hours. I used CK pre-colored piping gel and then mixed them right on the cake for additional hues. Was up 'til 5:00am as a result of my gross underestimate of how long it would take! Cake is choc./butter marble with ganache filling. Slumping "new formula" Crisco caused the only problem, otherwise was just a tedious cake but still enjoyable.
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By handymama
Apr 24, 2007
This is a cake I made for my godson's First Communion.  It is WASC with raspberry mousse filling.  There are pictures of him and his family on all four sides.  The cross is made of fondant, which I dusted with gold luster dust, and crushed hard candies.  I 'glued' the pieces together with royal icing.
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By StephW
Apr 24, 2007
I was really happy with the way the cross came out.   Other elements of the cake did not come out as I had hoped, but the cross came pretty close to what I had wanted.  This was the first time I had attempted anything like that.
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By StephW
Apr 24, 2007
2-10 inch rounds, triple fudge cake with dark chocolate buttercream, royal icing cross, fondant plaque (idea borrowed from swe3ts), piping gel stained glass window
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By imbkay13
Apr 28, 2007
I LOVE this cake!  It's for a First Communion, but could easily be used for a Baptism or Confirmation.  The stained glass is made from colored piping gel -- I love the effect!
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By bethallan
May 3, 2007


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