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Stork baby shower cake using the Wilton pan
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By stephanie214
May 10, 2005
Cake was done for a couple who was having twins...They let us go with the fun and so we thought it cute to have it look like the cake was squishing the stork! Mom to be loved it and said that is exactly how she felt! Fondant on both layers;pacifiers made ahead of time and let crust over to stay up. Stork was styrofoam covered in royal and other sugar parts and then  "glued"  to the board before cake was set on.
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By Ginger08
Jul 22, 2005
I decorated this in my cake class this week.  It is devil's food with buttercream icing.  The baby booties are made from marshmallows decorated with a #16 star tip, and the stork was done out of piping gel.
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By bbelias
Feb 5, 2006
Made for my sil's stork theme shower this past weekend!  Thanks to cali4dawn's awesome stork instructions and her stork cake or I would have been lost! Cake is white chocolate with triple berry filling and white chocolate bc. I also wrote Baby Angel(their name) and Oh boy around the sides and special delivery around the top.
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By dodibug
Feb 10, 2006
This cake goes along with a stork stuffed animal with a white bear in it's pink blanket. The bear is royal icing. The blanket is fondant. The rest is buttercream. The writing and parts of flowers are candy.
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By Sunflowerbagel
Mar 6, 2006
I saw this cake on cc that had a smased storked and Ive alwasy wanted to do it because i thought it was so funny. the cake part is different as the other was a whimsical style ...i thought that gifts would be better for the occasion. these are mmf fondant covered with a fondant bow. the head was a popcornball cover in fondant. it was for a boy so i tried to use more boyish colors but still wanted it to be colorful....after i took the picture i decided to make a fondant package tag that read special delivery
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By lastingmoments
Apr 25, 2006
Buttercream Icing and freehand drawing of the stork and baby in blanket.
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By caboose_970
May 21, 2006
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By chucknme
Jun 10, 2006
a second pic of the train but just the stork
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By momvarden
Jun 18, 2006
baby shower cake with stork & toys in chocolate; basketweave sides
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By Fascination
Jul 6, 2006
A simple cake for a boy's baby shower.
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By mmichelew
Aug 1, 2006
These little guys are made from fondant and gum-tex.  I used my fingers to shape the head and eyes, then used a toothpick to make everything else.  The laundry basket was a mini trial, but i guess it works out ok.  My friend is having twins.  These are just the toppers for the cake.  I'll finish the cake tomorrow or friday and then i'll upload the rest.
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By sherrialex
Aug 9, 2006
Shower for a friend who saw a stork invitaion and wanted it on her cake.  2 layer oval yellow cake w/ pineapple filling.  Iced in BC.
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By Reecie
Aug 18, 2006
This is a 3 teir cake covered in fondant. The babies are hand molded out of gum-tex and fondant with the help of a toothpick.  Everything else is also decorated with gum-tex and fondant.  I wish i had known to make my fondant thicker, it think it would have laid flatter/smoother if i didn't roll it so thin.  This cake was a blast to make!  The big yellow bow was added at the mom-2-be's request, i felt unsure of it all along...
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By sherrialex
Aug 18, 2006
I found this cake design in the wilton fondant book.  Made it for a baby shower
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By cocorum21
Sep 24, 2006
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By cocorum21
Sep 24, 2006
I made this cake for the Advanced Fondant Class.  It was a Fantacy theme so I picked the Storks.  I made the storks out of fondant the week before the other things were made the day of the class.  I had a great time making this cake.
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By Cake_Mooma
Sep 29, 2006
10" & 6"....  made to match baby shower invitation.  bc icing & fondant blocks, stork, baby, etc.  Tiles made with clay tile maker.
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By bjfranco
Oct 9, 2006
I made this cake for a lady that my mother works with. I covered the cake in homemade buttercream icing and the stork is free hand. I used colored piping gel to fill in areas and used clear gel to accent areas with no color.
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By Shalan
Oct 11, 2006
By ang_ty95
Oct 19, 2006
These cakes are covered in buttercream.  The animals and clothes on the clothesline are made from MMF.  This was only my second major order (outside of my family) so I am still learning.  There were a lot of mistakes that I made in the process.  Hopefully each one will get better.
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By TToomer
Nov 4, 2006
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By ruty
Dec 15, 2006
I copied a picture off a precious moments baby shower invitation for a lady at work. This was the first one for a sample. I think next time I'll outline in a soft grey.
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By kneadacookie
Jan 29, 2007
Here is a cake for a baby shower I did this weekend. I used regular buttercream and then after drawing the stork I airbrushed the picture.
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By pampered
Feb 19, 2007
Fondant booties. Stork is a buttercream transfer.
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By M_A
Mar 5, 2007
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By Miracle
Mar 16, 2007
head and body made out of 2 circle (head cut smaller and trimmings used for wings) cake pans. neck  and bill  are made from  bread pan cut diag. cut and top cut off for shorter neck. Hat, legs and glasses made from colored paper
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By Sunflowerzs
Mar 19, 2007
Stork cake made of white cake and buttercream icing.  Legs are made of 'Pocky' sticks (stick biscuit cookie).  Very happy customer smiling from ear to ear.  Glad she and shower guests loved the taste and looks.
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By Delynn
Mar 26, 2007
fondant icing, devils food cake....
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By Rachdacake
Mar 31, 2007
Storke for a baby boy...
By Lucita
Apr 9, 2007
Simple buttercream cake with chocolate transfer
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By KoryAK
Apr 10, 2007
Made for a friends baby shower.  The stork is hand molded fondant.
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By msams
Apr 13, 2007
I was playing around w/ cupcake designs. The bunny is kinda thrown in.... but the rest are appropriate for a baby shower. Buttercream dream icing. Lemon cupcakes w/ raspberry jam filling.
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By imartsy
Apr 26, 2007
A customer who must have alot of faith in me decided they wanted a stork with baby bear cake in 3D.  Although the legs are not there and the neck is shortened, I think the idea is still there.   This sits on a 20" board and feeds 50.  I have to run tomorrow to pick up some blue satin for the base before I deliver it.  The bear face and stork head are rice krispy treats.  The colors look a little more muted and natural in "real life", my lighting in this is bad.  I added the extra shot to show the feet.
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By Kitagrl
May 3, 2007
I know I shouldn't post photo doubles (bad!) but I liked this shot better after I set it up with the satin material and everything.
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By Kitagrl
May 4, 2007
Inspired by Ginger08.  She did a fantastic one!  This one was for a co-worker's baby shower.  She's having twin girls.  She has a good sense of humor, so this was very appropriate!  Cakes all buttercream, Stork is styrofoam covered in royal.  Royal beak, fondant tongue, feet, and fondant covered dowels for legs.  Real pacifiers.
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By kimmy37
May 5, 2007
Inspired by Ginger08. She did a fantastic one! This one was for my SIL's baby shower. She's having twins, but doesn't know their genders.  Cakes all buttercream, Stork is styrofoam covered in royal. Royal beak, fondant tongue, feet, and fondant covered dowels for legs. Real pacifiers.
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By kimmy37
May 5, 2007
I got the idea from one of the cakes in the gallery. I wish I could remember who it was to give credit. I have done the baby several times and the mothers seem to love it and take it home for a keepsake. It was the first time I have done anything like this and it turned out just ok...
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By CakeRN
May 11, 2007
This just a different view of the baby and the stork. I should have done the icing in a different color because it is hard to see the wings with the pick icing. Oh well live an learn...the mother loved it and it was a freebie..
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By CakeRN
May 11, 2007
I did this for a baby shower.  I used her colors to decorate the stork.
By stephanie214
May 10, 2005


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