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Marbled Vanilla Fudge Cake with Buttercream icing.  Snowmen and trees are made out of MMF - Trees covered with Buttercream.  I know I have seen a bunch of snowmen on cakes lately here - thanks to everyone for there inspiration!!
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By cakecre8tor
Dec 19, 2005
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By Mchelle
Dec 21, 2005
This is the third time I have made this type of decorated cookie, and the first time I have made it into a basket.  Made other cookies but these are the ones that turned out nice enough to give away.  The first two attempts at making the glaze I about quit it was so frustrating, but I think I am getting it finally.  haha.
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By Kitagrl
Dec 21, 2005
Animals are molded in chocolate, large tree and rocks are candy clay, small trees are cookies covered in chocolate. Rest is buttercream.
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By logansmom
Dec 22, 2005
Large tree and rocks are candy clay, "leaves" on large tree broke in route to event site. Palm trees are fancy cookies covered in chocolate. Animals are molded chocolate.  6 pounds of chocolate, 8 pounds of buttercream!  Inside is french vanilla cake with buttercream filling.
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By logansmom
Dec 22, 2005
Last minute cake for our street party.  The person bringing the dessert got sick so this was the dessert.  I actually had 2 hours to make and decorate the cake. Everyone was happy.  Vanilla cake made from scratch with buttercream icing.
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By gegon
Dec 22, 2005
This was made for my 4-year-old son's Pre-K xmas party.  The children and teachers loved it.  It was simple for the teacher to just give out a cupcake to each child and go on without having to cut, serve and clean messes afterward.
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By gegon
Dec 22, 2005
I finally tried a cupcake cake! This was for a friend to take to a Christmas party. White chocolate cupcakes, vanilla IMBC. The red poinsettias are made from regular BC as are the decorations on the tree. Fondant star.
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By mamafrogcakes
Dec 22, 2005
White Cake/BC Icing
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By mamaof4
Dec 22, 2005
Here is a cake ball Christmas Tree.. I seen someone here made one. I thought I have to make one.. I had no stryofoam cone.. So I used a stryofoam cup.. dipped in chocolate, turned it upside down and TA-DA.. A cake ball Christmas Tree.. After I put the cake balls on the tree I sprayed it with Wilton green icing spray.. Then drizzled white chocolate and add crushed peppermints and of course my childrens Christmas Mice..
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By briansbaker
Dec 23, 2005
This is my first try at making trees using ice cream cones.  More cakes to come as I learn more.
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By Seahawks
Dec 23, 2005
chocolate cake w/ bc icing. candy canes and star are made of fondant.
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By cocakedecorator
Dec 25, 2005
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By heavensgirl1734
Dec 27, 2005
This is a traditional French "cake" made with a mountain of cream stuffed profiteroles.  The whole thing is put together with caramel syrup as glue.  The wall was made with mint and chocolate fudge.
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By christele
Dec 28, 2005
it is a bad picture but this is supposed to be a tree branch theme.
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By smediagirl
Dec 29, 2005
My version of the Wilton Gingerbread Cookie Christmas Tree.
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By sweeterbug1977
Dec 30, 2005
I am 17 years old and learned to decorate cakes less than a year ago.  This is a picture of a cake I did for Christmas at my Grandmother's house.  The Christmas tree and the ornaments are made from royal icing.  The sides of the cake are covered in almond bark with sliced almonds around the top edge of the cake.
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By KTQbug
Dec 31, 2005
20 chocolate cupcakes arranged in the forever favourite Xmas tree pattern.  Iced in buttercream with silver dragees, green sanding sugar for sparkle and gummies as decorations.
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By tripletmom
Jan 2, 2006
Just a simple Christmas cake.  The tree is a sugar cone with buttercream leaves.  Presents are a caramel, a starburst, and behind the tree, a couple of Ande's mints all with bows.  Walkway is M&M's.  This is as close to a gingerbread house that I came this year!
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By sunlover00
Jan 2, 2006
This Cake was copied from one I saw on weddingchannel.com.  It was 4 10" round layers covered in fondant and painted by hand.  The gumpate pansies were painted with luster dust and the holly was purchased gumpaste.  The mushrooms were fondant as were the ladybugs.  The butterflies were edible images covered in piping gel but I never could get them to dry stiff.  The limb was Styrofoam covered in fondant.  I am still amazed by this cake.
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By frankandcathy
Jan 2, 2006
I TRIED (keyword here is 'tried') to do a Tree. It traveled in the car about an hour and the icing ended up cracking, but everything is edible! It could have been better, but it was still fun trying!!!
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By KNicole
Jan 2, 2006
Lemon cake. BC frosting and MMF, shells around base are Candy Molds
Sand is Graham cracker mixed with raw sugar.
This was a blast to make and oh so Southern California, even at this time of year!
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By drurys
Jan 3, 2006
Chocolate cake with peppermint buttercream icing and candy cane pieces.  Covered in MMF.  All decorations are MMF.
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By mvucic
Jan 4, 2006
Cake made for retiring forester. My first paid order!
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By elliott1
Jan 4, 2006
I made this for a Christmas gathering.  It was super simple.  I just used the triple star tip and used mini M&Ms for lighs and Skittles for ornaments!  I put peppermint in the buttercream frosting- YUM.  It was a chocolate cake from the CMD baked in Wilton's Iridesent Christmas Tree pan.  I used the pan for the truffles at the party too!
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By kellyh57
Jan 5, 2006
I made these for some family Christmas gatherings.  I used the No-Fail Sugar Cookie recipe and dyed it green for the cookies. I used the nesting star cookie cutters.  I realized after they were done that I was missing one of the stars- had put it away with the other cookie cutters- oops!  Buttercream holding stuff together and the mini M&M ornaments.
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By kellyh57
Jan 5, 2006
Chritmas tree CCC for my daughters class.
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By melony1976
Jan 7, 2006
I used sanding sugar on the garlands
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By taniabanana
Jan 9, 2006
This is a cake I made for my families Christmas party and seeing as that practically everyone in my family but me is diabetic I had to cut the sugar in both the cake and frosting. That was hard but it was actually pretty good if I do say so myself. I made the tree with the ice cream cone. I love doing those... but they kill your hand too! :o)
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By chefdot
Jan 14, 2006
This one was alot of fun doing. The ice cream cones for the trees, but the most fun was the detail work on the waterfall, especially at the bottom.
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By chefdot
Jan 14, 2006
2nd beach themed cake and much easier then the 1st. (Used fondant to make trees, flower, shells, etc.- very time consuming!).  This was fun to do and the bride to be loved it.  You can't tell in the pic but I used the edible glitter and the "sand" looked very real.
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By jewels625
Jan 17, 2006
I did two of these one for the house and one for a friend the kids loves the little cookies
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By kittysparkle
Jan 23, 2006
The pic of this isn't so great, it's pretty dark. But this is just one I made last fall for my youngest sons school, one of a few I made, for their bake sale. I wish I had iced it in green so it would have looked like grass, instead of just putting the green around the bottom for border. I'll know next time lol
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By cakesbgood
Jan 25, 2006
This is a two tiered (lemon w/lemon buttercream and chocolate w/ chocolate buttercream) cake made for a family get together--where there are 6 brothers and one sister! All decorations made from MMF.
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By mikaza
Jan 27, 2006
This was a fun cake I did for a Christmas party. I was told everyone was fighting over teh 'star'. People are funny.
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By flytrap77
Jan 28, 2006
Hummingbird cake with Cream cheese frosting and fondant accents.  Was a fun one to make.
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By cakecre8tor
Jan 28, 2006
This was my first ever cake decorated with cake decorating tools! Never done a rose other than than practice and it came out nice! My daughter loved it she just turned 5. The frosting is all butter cream. Let me know what you think!
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By emmie
Feb 7, 2006
Just thought I would add a closer shot of the tree and the globe...That was my favorite part!
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By emmie
Feb 7, 2006
This is my first ever fondant, tiered, decorated cake.  I made it with mmf and did the snowflakes and tree details with royal icing.  I got the idea out of the wilton book.  I think it turned out pretty well, since it is the first cake I have ever done that wasn't your basic 13 by 9 pan or molded pan with buttercream on it.
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By freddyfl
Feb 13, 2006
ok i know it's weird
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By TandTHarrell
Feb 15, 2006

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