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This cake was done for fraternal boy/girl twins.  The mom wanted one cake with a princess and car on it.  So I came up with this coloring book page idea, incorporating both ideas in the same style.  It came out better than I had planned.
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By amandasweetcakes
Aug 28, 2005
This was a Baby Shower cake for the Grandma of soon to be Twins. 
It's a cherry chip cake with Buttercream, Fondant, Gumpaste, and Royal icing.
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By samymccray
Feb 1, 2006
This was for a small party for twins. One likes blue, one likes pink.
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By jenurator
Feb 2, 2006
Made for twins turning 65.  Carrot cake with crusting cream cheese icing and fondant pea pods.
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By astro
Feb 9, 2006
This is a tiered cake with baby clothes on the "line" and twins on top. Flower "buttons" adorn the top and bottom of the cake as a border, separated by bows. The entire cakes is edible; made of fondant.
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By jacqui69
Mar 8, 2006
1/2 sheet cakes Decorated with Buttercream for twins christening
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By krispy
Mar 10, 2006
This is the first baby shower cake that I have made.  I combined a few ideas from cakes that I say on CC.  Top is white cake with vanilla icing and the bottom is chocolate.  Cake for dear friend and her husband who are adopting twins!!  A boy and A girl.  Thanks for looking!!!
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By 4cardsfanz
Apr 6, 2006
My cousin had twins.  A boy and a girl.  I know this cake has been done soooo many times, but my family had never seen it before.  They absolutely loved the cakes, especially the little belly buttons and toes.  It was fun and quite an easy cake to do.
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By hockeymom
Apr 13, 2006
Baby shower cake for fraternal twins.  Size 11x15, gumpaste booties, candy melts and candy mold used to make the rattles and pins, all buttercream icing, fondant baby bracelets.  You can't tell in the picture but I piped the babies names on the bracelets.
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By sweetbaker
Apr 15, 2006
I LOVED doing this cake, because 'The Cat in the Hat' was always one of my favorites growing-up.  I found an image online & cut it out, then traced it onto the buttercream with a toothpick once the frosting was able to get firm in the fridge.  Flipped-over the image & traced it again, that's how I was able to get them so close, but the rest was free hand, so their faces & some parts aren't identical.
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By OCakes
Apr 23, 2006
THIS WAS MY TWIN BOYS' BIRTHDAY CAKE. THIS WAS MY FIRST TIME DOING A CAKE LIKE THIS. THE BLOCKS ARE FONDANT COVERED MARBLE CAKE AND TRIMMED IN BUTTERCREAM. THE BOTTOM WAS ALMOND WITH RASPBERRY COBERED IN BUTTERCREAM. IT TOOK A LONG TIME FOR ME TO DO BECAUSE OF MY INEXPERIENCE BUT I WAS VERY HAPPY WITH THE RESULTS, AS WAS EVERYONE AT THE PARTY.
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By SELMABASIC
Apr 26, 2006
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By midialjoje
Apr 27, 2006
These cakes are christening cakes for twin girls. The colour scheme matched the invitations for the christening.
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By socake
Apr 29, 2006
This cake was done for a twin shower.
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By amandasweetcakes
May 2, 2006
Topper for my Goddaughter's (and her twin sister's) Christening.  Made from gumpaste, 7 x 5 oval.  Flown from NY to FL.  I had planned to bake the cake while there, but ran out of time, so they got it from a bakery.
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By beachcakes
May 3, 2006
I made this for my coworker's daughter's baby shower.  She is having twin boys.  The babies are made from fondant.  The cake is 1/2 chocolate w/buttercream filling and 1/2 yellow w/strawberry filling.
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By delightfulsweetbea
May 5, 2006
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By elif
May 6, 2006
for cousins
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By midialjoje
May 14, 2006
These are two little cakes I did at the last minute. My sister-in-law wanted to celebrate her twin's birthday at my son's first communion party but she wasn't going to have a cake for them since I was already having one for my son. I made these little smash cakes just for them.
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By mariak
May 22, 2006
A pic of the twins cakes together.  This has to be my favorite cake I have done so far....and I haven't done many yet!
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By CareyAnn
May 22, 2006
A plain white cake was requested for this baby shower.
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By TemptationJ9
Jun 21, 2006
Thanks to Hockeymom for posting her version of this cake!

I had never seen it before and didn't know what to do for a client having a shower for a mum expecting twin grils...then I came across her posted photo.
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By antonia74
Jun 25, 2006
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By cakesbyjess
Jul 6, 2006
Smash cakes made for my twin niece and nephew who are turning one!  Ducks are just rubber duckies I bought online, bubbles are MMF rolled in shimmer dust.  Thanks for looking.
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By mhill91801
Jul 6, 2006
All buttercream with silver luster dust painted on the rattles.  For a shower of an expectant mother of twiins.
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By jenncowin
Jul 8, 2006
These are cakes I made for my sister-in-law's baby shower.  We knew she was pregnant with twin girls so I made two cakes - one was chocolate and one was vanilla.  Both are iced in buttercream.  Thanks for looking.
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By CarolynE
Jul 16, 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
This is a chocolate mud cake.  The decorations were inspired by frosting111.  Thanks for your help.  These just looked so beautiful when they were finished and I am sure I will be making these decorations again.  I was very happy with the result.  A beautiful cake for two beautiful baby girls!!
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By randel
Aug 13, 2006
I made two sets of these cookies for my boyfriend's twin brothers for their 15th birthday.  They're chocolate cut-outs with robin's egg blue meringue icing and flocked sugar polka dots.
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By Britton
Aug 16, 2006
I made two sets of these cookies for my boyfriend's twin brothers for their 15th birthday.  They're chocolate cut-outs with robin's egg blue meringue icing and flocked sugar polka dots.
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By Britton
Aug 16, 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
This was the boy (Cameron).  I added a bow to the girl's head (Cloe).  Both were formed from fondant and gum tex.
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By sherrialex
Aug 18, 2006
I had to invent a cake for my twins this year.  I combined Cars with Dora.  Turned out fairly well I think.
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By chellebelle
Aug 19, 2006
This is a full sheet half strawberry and half lemon cake.  The baby heads are french vanilla.  All buttercream icing.  I saw a cake on cc similar to this one and LOVED it, so I changed it up a bit and the mom loved it as well.  I used the grass tip for the hair and fringe around the quilt.
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By tsuitor
Aug 25, 2006
Made this cake for twins that were graduating from 8th grade. Used little hero pan. I had no idea what to do until a member from CC suggested to just use my imagination. So I did. And I thank you very much I tried to find your cc name but could not find the message I had written. Talk about being a newbie HEE HEE! Had lots of fun doing this one. Chocolate cake with strawberry filling buttercream frosting with fondant and edible glitter. I found it Thank You Lukasross!=)
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By sthrasher1
Aug 25, 2006
yellow 10" cake, buttercream, fondant accents.  Thanks for all the help and ideas!  for twin boys
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By jdelectables
Aug 28, 2006
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By marecip
Sep 4, 2006
I made this for my twin girls' first birthday. Thanks to all that had pictures of castle cakes; I used as inspiration. This is only my second cake and I was very pleased with how it turned out.
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By smorton255
Sep 8, 2006
Made for a friend who was adopting twins.  Over 200 cupcakes decorated in buttercream and topped with molded chocolate.  Sorry that it's sideways.  I'm not very computer savvy!!
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By sweetbee
Sep 24, 2006
This is a cake I had done for my twin neices who were turning 4.  They loved being able to eat their own monkey!
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By Calejo
May 9, 2005

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