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This was for our families celebration.  Several family members are war veterans, thus the name 'Patriotic Remembrance'
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By Chris
Apr 13, 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
I bought the checkered board pan and this was a great reason to test it out!  I was short on time so it didn't turn out quite like I wanted it to (it never does!!)  It is White cake Buttercream icing under MMF.  Fireworks on top BC, Fireworks on sides MMF.
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By leily
Jul 11, 2005
The stars are made out of chocolate
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By cakecre8tor
May 24, 2005
This was a 12"x18" half white half chocolate sheetcake for an Eagle Scout celebration. It is iced in 1/2 Crisco 1/2 butter buttercream. The Eagle Medal is paper wrapped in a piece of Ziploce. Couldn't get it turned into an edible image in time.
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By HeatherMari
Oct 21, 2005
No fail with royal icing.
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By tinabee
Dec 14, 2005
This cake was made for a friend leaving for Iraq and also it was his birthday - the letter made of Royal icing say - We Will Miss You, We Love You and then the top is supposed to be a birthday hat.  First layer was white cake with Lemon filling, second layer was white cake with raspberry mousse and the top was chocolate with raspberry mousse.  All frosted with buttercream.
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By cakecre8tor
Jan 7, 2006
Inspired by a cake out of Colette Peters' book of Birthday cakes  - Letters are royal icing.  Chocolate fudge cake with Buttercream icing.
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By cakecre8tor
Jan 30, 2006
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
Just a quick birthday cake for a friend.  I made the "Best Birthday Cake" from the WBH with Chocolate mousse filling and buttercream icing.
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By cakecre8tor
Mar 6, 2006
Customer didn't know what they wanted except NO BLACK.  I went with a R,W & B theme.  Nothing fancy but they liked it.
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By jewels625
Apr 18, 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 cake was done for a coworker leaving for active duty. It's a two tier cake iced in buttercream airbrushed red and blue. White fondant stars added as a finishing touch.
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By BakeQueen
May 16, 2006
Birthday cake for a Biker.  Choc. Cake with buttercream icing.  Pictures are edible images.
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By Sherry0565
May 18, 2006
This is the first ever wedding cake that I made.  It had chocolate, white, and yellow cake.  It was frosted with bc and covered in mmf.  It was sure a learning experience, but turned out well.  Of course you always learn from the first.  I can't wait for order number 2.  If you can give any suggestions for improvement i would appreciate the input.  Thanks for looking.
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By angelbabym
May 20, 2006
This cake was made for Hoover elementary schools 5th grade graduation from the D.A.R.E. Program. Everything on the cake was made of chocolate, the kids really loved that!
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By kayscake
May 26, 2006
Two 11x15 sheet cakes (one choc, one yellow) and a Texas shaped choc cake on top.  Customer having an anniversary celebration for her business and wanted R,W & B theme as well as the Texas shape but wanted it very clean & simple.  This was a VERY heavy cake.  I had trouble deciding on a red or blue background and I was glad I chose the red-it made it really stand out.
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By jewels625
May 31, 2006
This cake was two layers thick, one layer choco and the other french vanilla. It is a half sheet cake made with bc. This was made for a potluck at work on Memorial Day but I think it would work for 4th of July or Patriot Day also.
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By ajeffery2001
Jun 2, 2006
This was made for the grand opening of a restaurant called Wild Wing!!!  It took FOREVER!!!
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By jdogga
Feb 17, 2006
1/2 yellow, half choc. sheet cake.  BC frosting, roses.  Butterfly done on printer sprinkled with glitter and covered in contact paper.
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By jewels625
Jun 26, 2006
Baked 2 cakes in the Wilton Star Pan and stacked them.   Used USA letters from Wilton 101 Cookie Cutter set.   Used stars from Wilton Nesting Star cutter set.
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By TTHUNTER
Jun 29, 2006
A few quicky cakes I threw together for a gathering tomorrow, happy 4th everyone!!
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By cakesbgood
Jul 1, 2006
My dad's birthday is July 4, but we had a small party (like, 5 of us LOL) today - I think he was pretty floored.  Everything is done in MMF, I had to run the stars straight up on the top tier because I had major problems with it cracking.  I airbrushed some of the stars with a mix of lustre dust and vodka (although not sure I recommend it as it clogs a little).  The large MMF stars that said Happy Birthday Dad, well, one busted on the way to the house so I skipped them - shows detail better though.  :)
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By candy177
Jul 2, 2006
This was very last minute - DH told his mother I'd make one for their party on Saturday - WITHOUT asking me first!?  (Our house is a construction zone right now)  grrrrrrr   Anyway - I went ahead and did it, with some suggestions from a few of you here and on another board.  Left half is chocolate sour cream cc's, right half is red velvet - cream cheese icing all over.  This went really quickly and I think I'm now hooked on these little ccc's!  Thanks for looking!
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By JennT
Jul 2, 2006
Sugar cookies with buttercream frosting.  I prefer royal for cookies, but didn't have meringue powder.  They still turned out ok, but not as polished looking.
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By lotsoftots
Jul 3, 2006
Red velvet cake, white cake, ganache in the middle and bc frosting stars using the extra large star tip. Had some trouble getting the red, red. I didnt know you should let dark colors sit overnight to absorb...geez, ya just learn somethin' new everyday! ;-)
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By Wendoger
Jul 3, 2006
It's my birthday today and I made my own cake. 8 inch dark chocolate w/buttercream frosting. Happy 4th of July to you all.
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By sue_dye
Jul 4, 2006
This is a 7X11 sheet cake covered in BC.
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By Chef_Mommy
Jul 4, 2006
This is (2) 12 x 18 sheetcakes - torted & filled. One is 7UP lemon cake w/ a lemon lime curd & the other is a chocolate root-beer cake with root-beer flavored buttercream. The "confetti" are little stars - and the shells on the edge are red, white, & blue striped using Wilton's "bag striping" technique w/ Americolors.
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By imartsy
Jul 4, 2006
Here's my first Fourth of July cake (7"-10").  It's cream cheese buttercream with fondant stars, stripes, ruffles, and flag.  The flag is dusted with super gold luster dust.  I put red and blue crumbs and luster dust on the white icing behind the flag to give the appearance of a fireworks celebration.
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By fronklowes
Jul 5, 2006
6" all buttercream with wrapped flag design around the side and Fireworks picks
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By HeatherMari
Jul 6, 2006
This was a 2 tier 6" lemon cake with snow white buttercream and fondant stars.
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By MavericksMommy
Jul 6, 2006
My daughter's birthday is on the 4th of July so made her a cake - red, white and blue layers -- dipped some strawberries, too.
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By craftermom
Jul 7, 2006
A friend wanted a birthday cake for her son's 4th of July birthday but didn't want anything on top, just some decorations on the sides.  10" round, white with strawberry filling.
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By craftermom
Jul 7, 2006
The cake is frosted with buttercream. The large stars are white chocolate  inserted with florest wires. I used tinsel picks and silver ting-ting (from the florist supply shop) to resemble fireworks,
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By PGray315
Jul 11, 2006
This is a full sheet cake made for the employees at the Regional Medical Center that had to work on the evening of the 4th of July.  I tried to make sure they didn't miss out on all of the fireworks.  I got lots of great compliments on the cake.
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By kimhamjohn
Jul 13, 2006
This is my first time using MMF, first time doing a tiered cake and first time doing a Topsy Turvy cake.  Did not turn out as well as I had imagined(made a few noticeable mistakes) but I did learn alot from it.  I got alot of information from the site that I could not get from anywhere else.  I am looking forward to getting better at this with the help from this site and you fine folks.  Thanks for all the help!!  Cake is Milk Chocolate and Yellow w/Cookies & Cream BC Filling and MMF.
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By pamthom
Jul 14, 2006
These were really fun to do.  I bought the Wilton cupcake holder for 12 cupcakes...kinda wish I had the bigger one now.  Made these to take to a family get-together. French Vanilla with vanilla frosting.  I colored red, white, and blue, added sprinkles and Wilton firework picks.  My family loved them.
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By ashlymomx2
Jul 16, 2006
done this for some people at work that went in together for a guy that was leaving their department.
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By cdstem
Jun 2, 2006
The roses were made ahead of time on parchment paper then placed on the cake the next day. Lined piping bag with red and blue to make the border. I was not paying close attention to the placement of each colored rose. Next time I will scatter them more.
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By edibleartwork
Jul 23, 2006

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