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I made this cake for my mothers work place.  It doubled as an office christmas party, and a birthday party cake.  I wasn't planning on putting the snowflakes around the side, but the birthday girl was there when I was placing the snowflakes on... I think it turned out ok like that thou.
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By isabella
Jan 31, 2006
This was for my husband's office.   9 x 13 Chocolate cake with Grand Marnier flavored Italian Meringue "buttercream" filling and icing.  The filling had orange marmalade added.  The snowfamily is fondant.
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By itsacake
Feb 10, 2006
Here is a my second attempt to make a wedding cake.  It was for a winter wonderland themed wedding.  Buttercream iced with royal icing snowflakes and royal topper.  The fondant trim is supposed to resemble snowballs...they were covered in luster dust, and the whole cake was sprinkled with cake sparkles...Fun to do!
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By MelMel
Feb 22, 2006
One of my first cakes
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By cmmom
Mar 14, 2006
Frosted in buttercream, decorations are chocolate
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By Keliames
Mar 15, 2006
Hands down my favorite cake.  Got the idea on this site (thanks!).  The penguins, fish and igloo tiles are fondant.  Trees are sugar cones.  Water is piping gel with blue food coloring. The igloo is the Wilton barbie doll cake pan (the dress). The cake was very time consuming but did not take much skill at all.
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By Virginia
Mar 19, 2006
The client told me that the birthday "girl" was into snowboarding so this what I came up with.  I was hoping she didn't take offense to the my humor indicating that she had crashed and was now buried in the snow.  The hat, mittens, boots and snowboard are all fondant.
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By kelleygirl
Mar 22, 2006
This was for my in-laws 40th wedding anniversary.  It is all BC with royal icing snowfakes.  I also sprinkled the whole cake with edible clear glitter.
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By MicheleF
Mar 28, 2006
Made for a winter birthday, the snowflakes are royal icing, and the frosting was bc cream cheese.  Name was also done in royal icing.
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By JenniferRemington
Mar 30, 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 cake entry from the Mid-Atlantic Wedding Cake Contest. The theme was four seasons and you were allowed to pick only one season. The fisherman knit sweater was done by braiding spaghetti thin pieces of fondant. The Burberry plaid wasn't difficult just very time consuming.
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By krissy_kze
Apr 9, 2006
This was my wedding cake.  I started it the night before I got married and finished it the morning of my wedding.  We had a really small wedding at our house and I still wanted an impressive looking cake.  Although this isn't exactly what I wanted I was still pleased with the outcome.  We got married in December and I thought the candy canes on the wedding topper tied it all together.
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By pastrypantry
Apr 11, 2006
I made this cake for my dad real quick in one night, so it's a little sloppy. However, it was a lot of fun. The front 2 penquins are sliding. The 2 on the right-hand side in front of the igloo are a father and daugher (to represent us) and then there are 5 penquins on the left sige of the igloo that are playing king of the hill. Oh and the penguin in the back right hand corner was made by my husband.
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By jewelykaye
Apr 17, 2006
Cake is iced in IMBC and the characters and trees are freehanded from candymelts.  Thanks for looking!
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By jeans541
Apr 28, 2006
This is a cake i made for my very best friend. Had so much fun making it. bc decorations, piping gel frozen lake. The bear is chocolate and the sheet cake is cinnamon swirl.
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By Laroux
May 1, 2006
I took this cake to church for a potluck we had and the theme was birthdays.  There were 12 different tables decorated for each month of the year.  I thought it was a great idea and it was also alot of fun.
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By yacbutrfly05
May 7, 2006
This was my 1st ever attempt at a wedding cake.  I spent 10 hrs decorating it.  The snowflakes are made from royal icing in advance.  The cake is covered in buttercream w/ a fondant snow look over it.
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By Kaysha
May 20, 2006
I fun doing this cake for a Chirstmas celebration at work.  The snowmen are styrofoam balls covered in royal icing and royal icing accents.  The trees are royal icing piped over icecream cones.
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By missyek
May 21, 2006
This was a bday cake for a mom that like Penguins.  Marble with bc, Chilly Willy is made from chocolate clay, 3d painted with luster dust.  He was fun to make.. sprinkled edible glitter on top for frost affect...
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By tye
May 22, 2006
freehand snowflakes were piped on the sides of each cake and adorned with silver dragees.  the snowflakes on top of each cake were made from royal icing with edible glitter or sugar crystals added while still wet
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By all4cake
Jul 3, 2006
This was my first wedding cake and my first stacked cake, I was really nervous but I think it turned out okay.  It was for a wedding, this past winter.  All of the layers were 4 layers each(2 cakes torted) and they were all different flavours.  The top layer was chocolate(the Bride's favourite), the next was spice, the next one was chocolate and vanilla alternated, and the one after that that was vanilla and the last one was chocolate, again.  All of the snowflakes were handmade out of Royal icing.
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By Lousaria
Jul 5, 2006
3 tier stacked cake, with blue ribbon and royal icing snowflakes.
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By absolutecakes
Jul 20, 2006
These cakes were chocolate.  I covered them with buttercream and then 2 layers of fondant.  The top layer is cut off to resemble snow drifts and then the top was cut like a pie (wedges) and rolled back to dry. I made the snowflakes by hand with royal icing.  (Thanks Wilton for the idea...)
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By BeckySue
Jul 21, 2006
Snowman, white cake, buttercream frosting
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By fourowens
Jul 31, 2006
I got this idea from someone here on CC.  I am sorry I dont know who they are so I cant credit their name.  I made the snow and sides of the cakes out of royal icing.  The penguins are completely made of fondant.  The little presents are also made of fondant with royal touches.
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By mrssambo
Aug 5, 2006
Snow man is a #10 tip with a decopic head.  Ice is blue piping gel.  Penguins are a #6 with #3 details.  Borders are #22
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By jsmoliks
Aug 6, 2006
This is just a trial run with a new recipe I found this week. This stuff dries very fast so I had to work alot faster then I thought would have to so alot of the detail I was hoping for just wasn't going to happen! I am very new at 3D figure-making so any comments/thoughts/tips would be most welcome.
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By sunshine4U
Aug 16, 2006
Made this cake using pyrex bowls to bake cake. Buttercream frosting done haphazardly to look like packed snow with fondant accents. Only inedible part was the brim on the hat (the crown is 2 sculpted cupcakes)
It was a birthday cake for my niece's Jan birthday but thought it would be better suited under holiday cakes
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By stampingsam
Aug 19, 2006
I know this cake seems simple but I wanted to post it because I was so proud of the flower topper I made =) I chopped a styrofoam ball in half and arranged the roses around it and set it on the cake. The bride went crazy. I have a confession-- I used quilting pins (large with round plastic head) to attach the ribbon. I would never do it on someones cake I didn't know but I've done it in situations where I will be there to pull them out and count them. What does everyone else do to attach ribbon to cake???
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By stampingsam
Aug 19, 2006
3D igloo made from wondermold pan and 2 mini loaf pans.  Some fondant and some buttercream penguins and snowballs.  Sugar cone trees covered in BC and sprinkled powdered sugar. Piping gel for water in pond. Inspired by Virginia's version.
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By KimAZ
Sep 12, 2006
Another version of the peguin cake that so many friends have done here on CC... Thanks for looking!!!
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By Florimbio
Sep 17, 2006
Iced in buttercream with gumpaste Polar Bear and snowflakes.
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By ShirleyW
Oct 4, 2006
Gumpaste Polar Bears on a sled, hats and scarves, and igloo are gumpaste as well. I liked the cake plate, thought it needed a polar bear cake.
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By ShirleyW
Mar 24, 2007
Taken from a bunch of lovely versions from CC. It was a lot of fun to play with fondant for the first time and I thrilled my roommate with penguins.
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By christy_ob
Oct 9, 2006
This is based on a cake in the Wilton 2007 yearbook.  We had a family Christmas early since my husbands cousin was on leave from Iraq.  The squares are fondant and it was my first time making something other than MMF. It wound up sticking so the square decorations didn't work out well.  I ended up having to rush on the top layer so it didn't turn out as well as hoped either but it was the first practice I've had time for in months so at least I had fun!
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By calla74
Oct 12, 2006
Detailed, very time-consuming cookies - so pretty with luster dust!
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By Lambshack
Oct 20, 2006
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By vickymacd
Oct 25, 2006
Buttercream icing on a shaped cake.
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By WendyB
Nov 2, 2006
Customer wanted some coconut, so...it helped portray the snow!
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By kycake
Nov 8, 2006
This cake was for a children's christmas party at church.  I am still learning so I was pleased with how it turned out.
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By MaddieCakes
Apr 13, 2005

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