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I made this for our Cub Scout Pack.  The bulbs are royal icing.
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By tinascakes
Feb 16, 2006
Done for a customer that bought the little dinosaur figurines.  I am so happy with the way this turned out.  It's a yellow cake with chocolate BC.  Everything, but the dinosaurs, is edible.  And you folks were right...Harry the Caveman wouldn't have looked right at all!  Thanks for looking.
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By oohlalacakes
Feb 16, 2006
This was for a frog lover who collects red eyed tree frogs.  I made the frogs out of MMF and painted them with food color, then dusted them with green luster dust.  The leaves are MMF painted with green luster dust also.  The letters are royal icing transfers, and everything else is buttercream.
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By teesue
Feb 17, 2006
Baseball Field Cake. All BC and MMF and palm tree are pretzels and BC. Sand is graham crakcer crumbs mixed with raw sugar.. This was fun
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By drurys
Feb 28, 2006
I was asked to make something for our family reunion.  The cupcakes were very convenient!
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By mmdd
Mar 9, 2006
The couple married & had their reception river-side; they would depart the reception via boat so they picked this for their cake.  The boat and couple are hand molded.  Trees are choco transfer - uuggg very delicate!  and shells are choco molded. Tiers are iced in buttercream.   Unfortunately no matter how many times & ways I tried I could NOT get the man to sit up straight! :(
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By kakeladi
Mar 12, 2006
Three-tiered Christmas tree cake with green buttercream frosting and handmade fondant decorations. This cake was quite the hit.
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By leonard
Mar 13, 2006
This cake was made for a 4th grade class party. It was a last minute idea.
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By kimhamjohn
Mar 13, 2006
birthday cake - fairy molded to look like girl
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By Florimbio
Mar 18, 2006
I got the idea for the outdoor scene from here.  Chocolate cake with cookies and cream filling and buttercream icing.  Fondant accents.
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By _ChristyB_
Mar 19, 2006
mmf over BC over banana cake. Wanted to use up month-old mmf before it went to pot (if such a thing's possible).
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By ariun
Mar 19, 2006
Found original idea on this site & in Wilton mag.  The cake looks okay from this pic but, trust me, up close it was not so good.  I made a huge mistake by piping the lines on the trees prior to sticking them together.  Every single tree I had to chip off the royal icing in order to get the tree to go together correctly.  Plus, my trees were flat, obviously my cake was not...I lack forethought....I should have dried the trees on something with a slight arch.  Oh well, live and learn.
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By Virginia
Mar 19, 2006
Family Reunion cake I made for a friend of mine.  Lots of green!
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By geehouse
Mar 20, 2006
Go over Crocodile Lake, Around the Chocolate Tree, and Through the Troll Bridge to Juliana's Birthday Party!
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By julismom
Mar 23, 2006
The "adult" cake to accompany the jungle cupcakes for the kids....vanilla cake with chocolate ganache buttercream, covered in fondant.....all decorations sculpted from fondant.....thanks for looking!
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By adven68
Mar 26, 2006
Lemon Cake w/Vanilla BC Icing.  12", 8", 4" rounds. Little girl wanted Princess Snow White and Dora the Explorer cake.  Her Mother send me a cake pic of plastic Dora on a leafy, grassy, cake and told me to use my imagination on how to combine the two.  So I came up w/ Apples for Snow White and Trees/Grass for Dora.  Added plastic Dora and SnowWhite at party.  Also, I wanted to thanks ChristyCakes for the inspiration I got from her tractor cake.  Thanks!
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By bjfranco
Mar 26, 2006
buttercream/Christmas tree pan on top of a round, last minute, Wilton inspired
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By lmorton
Mar 27, 2006
Baby shower cake for a woman who was about to have her 5th child
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By Florimbio
Mar 30, 2006
White Cake/BC Icing
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By mamaof4
Dec 22, 2005
Well guys the valcano and the cake turned out great, I put a shot glass in the top of the valcano and some dry Ice and it was smoking.

Thans for the great words and advise, this was only the 2nd cake I have done, and I am thinking that I am not done yet!
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By dolphing81
Mar 31, 2006
This was a 20cm dark fruit cake covered in fondant. I wasn't happy with the overall cake, but was impressed with the tree - a cone of fondant snipped at with embroidery scissors.
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By Allyson
Apr 1, 2006
Made for our Christmas card last year.So nearly a "picture" of DH, DD and me. Everything made from polymer clay.
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By Tuggy
Apr 2, 2006
Found little jelly fish at a confectionary wholesaler I visited. Then I found this wonderful website and am completely inspired by all of the like-minded people I have found here. So I made this cake yesterday.
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By Allyson
Apr 3, 2006
The tree is an icecream cone covered with buttercream using #352.  The candycanes are real candycanes.  Powdered sugar created the "snow effect."  Santa is a chocolate foil covered candy on a mini-Hershey's chocolate and candy canes for his sleigh.
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By PixieDiva
Apr 3, 2006
This is my take on the Debbie Brown tree stump. I made it into an Easter cake by adding lots of little tiny easter eggs all around the cake. I also put in an easter lamb! I also added a little fairy!
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By bmote1
Apr 9, 2006
I made this for a raffle at kids school.  2 6" cakes iced in buttercream with MMF trees, giraffes, snakes and elephant trunks.
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By cashley
Apr 12, 2006
I made this cake with bc icing (colored & chocolate). The river is icing gel and the trees are made with pretzel sticks and icing (the icing was melting off the trees because it was so hot outside!) The rocks are made with jelly bellys and robin eggs. The power rangers were obviously toys that I added. This cake was thought up well in advance but put together just an hour or so before the party! I flew have way across the country to made this cake for my godson and he LOVED it!
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By ajeffery2001
Apr 12, 2006
This is a version of the woodland tree cake from Debbie Brown's Enchanted Cakes. I made it the home base of operations for easter egg painting! It's the first cake I've ever covered in MMF. There's a very noticeable join, but other that I'm pretty proud that it stayed upright!
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By goodcakefairy
Apr 16, 2006
Thanks to framjmc for the idea. the trunk is chocolate cake and everything else is mmf
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By kgunn
Apr 16, 2006
I had so much fun doing this cake. I got the idea from Bmote1 (Thank you so much) I agree her on the book - Debbie Brown Enchanted Cakes for Children. I love, love, love the book! I used three 6" round chocolate cakes with a ganache filling and chocolate buttercream icing. The outside and all characters/pieces are fondant. My children and  family loved it and didn't want to cut into it. haha I had to cut it for them. LOL
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By BamaSweets
Apr 18, 2006
This was for a 50th birthday for a woman who didn't look a day over 29!
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By lisasconfections
Apr 19, 2006
I used tip #1D to pipe the hills on the side and #352 to make the pines. Fondant is the foundation for the bear and royal icing was applied and textured to look like fur. He was painted with a petal dust and lemon extract mixture. The large pine is royal icing piped with #352 and dried over a parchment cone that was then peeled away. Tip #47 was used to cover a hidden pillar for the trunk.
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By Lynne
Apr 19, 2006
Handmade chocolate flowers top this tree cake with pond below.
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By melbiltam
Apr 19, 2006
This is for a friends 30th birthday.  They all when skydiving and I offered to make a cake to commemorate the occasion.  The whole this is buttercream except the sky which is satin icing and the decorations which I bought or made.  The parachute is paper mache.
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By cjlukas
Apr 22, 2006
This was a birthday cake modeled after an aerial view of the guest of honors tree farm. Iced in buttercream with fondant hotdogs and accents.
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By glitterkris
Apr 22, 2006
I made this cake for a little girl who was turning 8 and had a Hawaiian Slumber Party Birthday and she wanted a Bratz cake.  All the decorations are made with fondant and painted with thinned icing color.  The doll was a bit big and hides the palm tree which was a pretzel rod covered in chocolate with fondant leaves.  The 'water' gel actually was only around the top of the bottom layer, but ended up 'sliding down' in transit. I also used graham cracker crumbs for the sand.  The girls loved it.
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By sillyrabbit
Apr 24, 2006
Saw a cake like this on this site I'm not sure where.  Made this for Pop-Pop's birthday. A real family man.
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By icingonthecupcake
Apr 25, 2006
Trees and flowers are made of royal icing. Rocks, kayak and couple are made of fondant. Everything is edible.
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By cakesbyanh
Apr 25, 2006
Cupcake cake apple tree for teacher appreciation week. Children's names on paper leaves. Birds and nest in tree trunk.
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By KimAZ
Apr 26, 2006
The cake was pictured at an angle so you could see the White Rabbit on the front, but I think you can still see the top picture okay.  Everything was done with buttercream, and a lot of it was applied with paintbrushes & toothpicks.  Thanks for looking!  :D
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By OCakes
May 7, 2006

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