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Star Cake to welcome home soldier
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By JW
Apr 13, 2005
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By awela
Apr 13, 2005
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By HeidiPSU
Apr 13, 2005
this cake was a gift for my daugther english teacher, it was made with rolled fondant(almond flvored)and decorated with pastel colored stars.
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By kary
Apr 13, 2005
This is for my son's 7th birthday.  R2 still needs 2 cherry halves on his head, but I won't put them on until the day of the party.
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By midwestmom
Apr 13, 2005
This is Boba Fett from Star Wars. This pan was hard to find & not a cheap buy, that's for sure!!  I made these two Star Wars cakes to surprise my son with on his 7th birthday.
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By midwestmom
Apr 13, 2005
2004
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By Apieceofcake2
Apr 14, 2005
Yoda in the swamp is what I was going for.  It didn't come out exactly as I hoped but do they ever.  The only thing not edible is the 3 straws I used to stabilize the tree and yoda.  Yoda and the tree are made out of a chocolate pound cake.  I used the 3D duck pan.  I know crazy.  I used MM fondant and buttercream for my icing.  It was lots of fun but I am glad this one is done.
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By talmas
Apr 28, 2005
Marble cake frosted in buttercream.  I striped the bag with yellow and orange to pick up the back round of the picture.  The picture is painted on wafer paper.  I used edible markers and piping gel.
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By HeidiPSU
May 2, 2005
The stars are made out of chocolate
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By cakecre8tor
May 24, 2005
Vanilla cake with buttercream frosting.
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By KC2BeAgain
Jun 4, 2005
This was a really mixed order of cookies! I had never used the cake cutter before...but it worked pretty well.
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By antonia74
Jun 8, 2005
My futur brother-in-law asked me to make a cake to look like the Death Star from Star Wars for his grooms cake.  This is my first practice attempt at making this cake.  Using the Sports Ball cake pan for the shape, I made a chocolate strawberry cake and flavored the icing strawberry as well.
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By HollyDayCakes
Jun 9, 2005
Thanks to Talmas for the idea!!  This is also made with the rubber duckie pan, with fondant tree, jacket, walking stick, hands, and feet (first time with fondant).  The rest is buttercream, with sugar cookie ears.  This is going to be used for a smash cake for a 4 year olds Bday, he is a huge Star Wars fan.  The pic doesn't really do it justice, but I like how it came out!
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By ribbitfroggie
Jun 25, 2005
This is a spice sheet cake with cream cheese frosting and filling, with a white Darth Vader cut out cake on top, covered with buttercream, and pour-on icing (I couldn't get the buttercream dark enough).
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By ribbitfroggie
Jun 25, 2005
These are sugar cookies in the shape of Darth Vader (bell), and stars for a STAR WARS Bday party!
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By ribbitfroggie
Jun 25, 2005
This couple wanted it all... stars, bears, mint, purple leaves, ganache.  It was difficult to put it all together but I think I did it without being too busy.  It was a hit!
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By divaofcakes
Jun 27, 2005
This was my first attempt at anything like this.  I made it for my husband's surprise 30th birthday party. I could have done a better job but my 7 month old got tired of waiting for Mommy to finish and hurried me along!!
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By dodibug
Jun 29, 2005
This was made for the family gathering following the funeral of this young man.  He had been in Iraq for only a few weeks.  It was my 1st and only attempt to make a flag cake.
It's a 9x13x2 sheet plus a small oval.  Draped flag is fondant.
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By kakeladi
Jul 1, 2005
Half maltese cross, Half Star of life.
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By TinaRe
Jul 1, 2005
I was asked to do a cake for the 4th...that the people almost didn't buy. But that's another story. Chocolate cake with buttercream. It was suggested that I enter it in the contest...so here it goes.
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By eryka1842
Jul 2, 2005
My very first attempt with fondant. It was fun to work with.... I can't wait to practice more with it.
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By MommyEdzards
Jul 3, 2005
This was the first time i ever did anything with fondant. It was not as bad as i thought it would be!
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By Cady
Jul 3, 2005
Two-tiered 6" and 10" iced in buttercream, decorated with fondant stars and stripes, topped with gumpaste stars.  It was done for a Fourth of July party.  Happy Birthday America!
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By BDSweets
Jul 3, 2005
This is only my second attempt at cookie decorating.
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By Lori11941
Jul 3, 2005
This is done in buttercream icing for a picnic.  The stars on top are 3 dimensional and the outlined ones have edible glitter in the centers.  The top border is done in stars and the bottom in 2 striped shells.
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By llbean
Jul 4, 2005
Single layer star cake  covered with blue fondant with inset white stars and accented with red and white fondant drape.
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By KrazyKross
Jul 5, 2005
I made this cake very last minute for a 4th of July get together with friends. I was having continuous (!!!) trouble with my MMF - it kept ripping. I was running out of time so, I just decided to cover the rips with icing...not the most beautiful cake ever, but it managed to work out. Still got compliments. Happy 4th of July!
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By eochenski
Jul 5, 2005
White cake alternated with dyed red and plain cut into the shape of a star. Grape and strawberry garnish on top. Blueberries or raspberries can also be used.
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By dbora32
Jul 6, 2005
This is the first edible image cake I have done.  It looks alot better with the entire image.  The picture is of my niece on her 7th birthday.
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By tawnyachilders
Jul 9, 2005
I made this cake for my boyfriend for our pre-episode III Star Wars watching marathon.  Made of strawberry cake and buttercream icing and like the others, used the Wilton sports ball pan.
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By tabithe
Jul 25, 2005
The bride asked for the moon and the stars on her cake. Gold and celtic blue were the colors use. The stars and the moon were made from a mixture of gumpaste and fondant.The cake was covered with buttercream.
This cake was so much fun to create!!
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By cakequeen
Aug 7, 2005
This cake looked 100 times better in person...in fact it was quite stunning.  I had fun with this one.  It's an old Wilton design.  Cake was white almond sour cream from the cake mix doctor.  Delicious!  Iced with buttercream.
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By Cakeasyoulikeit
Aug 10, 2005
Done in 3 2" layers, covered in lavender fondant with the shawl in fondant also. Star on top was made from colorflo and then dusted and painted with gold dust.
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By Ginger08
Aug 10, 2005
Okay this was my first attempt at fondant... I was way intimidated so for me this isn't a great cake... But we sure did get a lot of looks on our way to the birthday party.
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By kristingeorge
Aug 15, 2005
Made with the Wilton Star Pan.  Marble cake with chocolate mousse filling and crusting buttercream.  Used an Edible Image bought at Shoprite for $8.
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By CakesByEllen
Aug 15, 2005
This is the cake that I made for my DH's birthday.  It's pistachio cake with vanilla buttercream and MMF.  I had troubles smoothing out the MMF at the bottom of the ball, but hopefully the painting covered that up!
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By aupekkle
Aug 16, 2005
Darth Vader is my first attempt at FBCT.
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By llbean
Aug 26, 2005
For a neighborhood baby shower today. I was told that the nursery had elephants and that they didn't want the cake to be babyish. I think it would be a nice birthday cake also.
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By jgclucas
Aug 27, 2005
This cake was created for a friends B-Day on the 4th of july was going to leave to N.Y that night. This was a 2 tier cake 11x15 & 9x13 the towers were make of gram crakers & royal icing cover. all stars were made of royal icing & lady liberty was made of chocolate.
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By sweetsnsuch
Apr 13, 2005

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