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Belle doll cake.  I made 4 different cakes to go with the Beauty and the Beast theme.  Belle, Mrs. Potts & Chip, Castle, and rose cupcakes.
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By 4cakefiends
Oct 17, 2005
I usd Wilton's wonder mold cake pan for this.  Sliced off a small portion to give it a bottom.  Frosted in red and chocolate BC, then chocolate ganache poured over chocolate BC.  Yellow BC seeds and green fondant leaves and stems.
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By Mac
Nov 10, 2005
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Dec 2, 2005
This cake was done using the Classic WonderMold pan placed on top of an 8" round cake.  The cake is chocolate with chocolate filling.  It is covered in MMF and airbrushed with gold luster dust.
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By gmcakes
Jul 12, 2007
This isn't the most beautiful attempt at a Wonder Woman cake, but my sister was happy with it.  I would have used stars on the skin if I could do it over.  Originally, the cake pan came with a plastic face.  Unfortunately, I didn't have it.
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By karajoy
Mar 3, 2006
Oscar, the 5yo birthday boy is having a Super Hero party!  The Flash is on the backside of the city.  I got the idea from the 2005 Wilton Yearbook and have used it a few times for other themes ~ Batman and King Kong.
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By wyatt
Mar 19, 2006
I made this cake for my daughters 2nd bday.  She loved it!
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By sweetexpressions
Apr 14, 2006
made as kind of a joke for a guy friend who turned 16. had a little trouble with covering her torso
By dandelion
Apr 23, 2006
My daughter Erin loves bugs.  I made the wings of the butterfly out of the large heart pan and the body of the butterfly was made out of the mini wonder mold pan.  The bumble bees and lady bugs were made out of the mini egg pan.
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By pastrypantry
May 16, 2006
Cheese cake for a wonder woman fan.  Wonderwoman cookie with "building" sugar cookies
By margery
May 17, 2006
I did this cake back shortly before I finished Wilton 1, for my nephew's Luau-themed birthday party. I used the Wonder Pan for the top, overfilling it so it reached the maximum 8" diameter.  For the base tier I used a 9"x3" round pan.  The French Buttercream icing was piped on in a shell pattern, then smoothed slightly with a hot spatula to give it the texture you see in the side.  The shell pattern was not smoothed beneath the raspberry filling/lava.  The sides were airbrushed.
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By playingwithsugar
Jun 15, 2006
Second Super Hero Cake. 10" & 6" BC icing, Fondant letters & stars, white chocolate spider webs, hershey chocolate candy bars for buildings & plastic figures.  The kids flipped over the chocolate buildings....thanks goodness there was enough for all the kids.  Will make more next time. :)
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By bjfranco
Jun 17, 2006
I made this for my son's birthday.  He is wild about the Justice League.  I wish I had known about BCT back then....this might have been a good candidate.  Red Velvet cake with cream cheese frosting, piped design from a piping gel the design from his JLA calendar.  He was so excited!
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By karateka
Jun 22, 2006
This was another cake made for my soon-to-be SIL's shower.  It is a Mixed Berry Pound Cake (from Williams-Sonoma website).  It was really delicious and not too sweet!  Fondant covered and dusted with super pearl dust.  Added some crystal sugars to the edges of the dress.  TFL!
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By mvucic
Jun 28, 2006
First time doing a doll cake.  Probably the most fun cake to do!  I'm not much of a hair stylist though!
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By bradleysmom
Jul 16, 2006
My first doll cake.  My fondant was too soft to lay over the whole cake so I layered on a piece at a time.  Not exactly what I was going for, but not too bad.  Chocolate cake with french vanilla mousse covered in MMF.  The mousse began to leach out  from under her dress at the party and it looked like she was peeing!  How do I keep mousse from leaching?  Also, I re-styled Belle's hair because it looked all wrong. I used Pampered Chef batter bowl to bake cake in. Very happy with the shape of the cake!
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By martig
Jul 17, 2006
My daughter loves Ariel, so we chose a Disney Ariel doll with the Wonder Mold pan on a 11x15 sheet cake.  We have her fin down the back of the rock that is near the shore.  Graham cracker crumbs for sand, and buttercream shells other sea items.
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By vonnie2booboo
Jul 31, 2006
Just practicing before my Wilton I class starts.  This is the first time I've ever made this kind of a cake.  I made two and gave them to the neighbor's twins who were turning 1.  I thought they made cute "smash cakes."
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By SweetTater
Aug 14, 2006
I made two of these doll cakes for my neighbor's twins who turned 1.  I thought they made cute "smash cakes"
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By SweetTater
Aug 14, 2006
Our Church this year went thru The Chronicles of Narnia, using the religious imagery as the theme..So this is a Devils Food Chocolate Full Sheet. Aslans Tent was carved from Wiltons Wonder Mold (dome) pan in French Vanilla... completely decorated in Buttercream and toys to coincide with the movie
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By southrnhearts
Aug 31, 2006
My little boys over the summer kind of played Tag with a Little Turtle, that they affectionately named "SAM" in my Mothers backyard...We would find him and play with him andnail polished their names on his shell in bright pink nail polish...Then Sam would disappear, and reappar. His last appearance was when my Mothers Neighbor handed him back to us from "over the fence," pink polish still intact! So, as a Birthday gift, I made her a SAM cake for her Birthday a couple weeks later. She was totally surprised!
By southrnhearts
Aug 31, 2006
Using the tips from this website, I made this cake for my niece’s birthday. All the kids (and even more adults) were transfixed by it. It was huge! Because I used a real doll (Barbie-size), the wonder mold wasn’t tall enough, so I added an 9-inch round at the bottom. I didn’t like the top ruffle I added at the end (the beads were too “fat”), but the rest of it looked great. Yellow is my niece’s favorite color so the cake was lemon as well.
All buttercream with cake sparkles for shine.
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By Eren
Sep 9, 2006
This is my first cupcake cake.  WOW...they are a LOT of fun!!!  I can't wait to think of an idea to do another one.  However, the FBCT was awful.  It looked great until I went to apply it to the cake and it smeared everywhere.  I was really proud of my tracing, since I REALLY cannot draw.  I used the canned chocolate fudge frosting for the black.  I won't do that again for FBCT.  I'll figure out another way to get black.  I also used the VIVA method for the first time....WHAT A DIFFERENCE!
By Derby
Sep 10, 2006
I'm so tired of Bratz-even though I think these doll cakes turn out pretty cute.  This was a yellow with BC and RI drop flowers
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By mgdqueen
Sep 12, 2006
This is a burning skyscraper with Batman, Robin, Superman, and Wonderwoman.  It was for a friend's daughter's 7th bday.  Each layer is a different flavor cake with different fillings!  Lots of work, but she was so happy when she saw her cake!!!
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By jennianne
Sep 17, 2006
This is a terrible mess but a good experiment for me.  It is a 3-D cake, the buildings are cake some are frosted and some are covered in fondant. I had a terrible time with the fondant and I was running out of time. The little figures are also fondant but they came out bigger than I wanted.  The cakes stayed in building formation easily. I did not use dowels or any other support.
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By SunshineFamily
Sep 30, 2006
Made for my Brother's Wedding.  It's Mixed Berry Pound Cake from the Williams-Sonoma website.  It's not supposed to be so shiny, but it ended up in the cooler and formed condensation when brought to room temp. :(  It was matte with super pearl dust brushed all over the skirt.  Thanks to spottydog for help with the scalloped skirt edge :)
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By mvucic
Oct 1, 2006
Posted this earlier today, but I went out and found this beautiful coloured ‘paua’ lustre dust which I now have painted on her tail, can one be addicted to lustre dust?
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By katharry
Oct 7, 2006
My first 'Barbie Doll' cake
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By katharry
Oct 12, 2006
This is a cake I made for my brothers fience's bridal shower.  I got the idea from The Wilton 2007 yearbook.  The bride and bridesmaids are fondent with royal accents and the cake is buttercream.  Thanks Bradleysmom for all your help!
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By juliebean
Oct 16, 2006
This one was REALLY fun after the disasterous Snare Drum I did yesterday (until 3:30am today).  It's scratch white cake with all buttercream.  I borrowed the idea from Cinico...thanks to you for the inspiration!
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By Derby
Oct 19, 2006
Fondant covered wonder mold.  I used tapered fondant logs to give the dress shape.  The front is ruffled BC and the top of the dress is fondant.  I used the spray blue for the dress color.  The football field was sprayed green with pulled grass.
By estherwheat
Oct 25, 2006
I made this cake for a relatives bridal shower. It's my first ever barbie cake. Made with the wilton wonder mold, fondant and Barbie. Everyone at the shower Loved it despite obvious flaws (as usual, they didn't notice).
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By Daniellemhv
Oct 27, 2006
My 6 year old requested these dolls after seeing some done on this site. But she wanted me to take it a step further and make the boys to for the boys attending her party. I was really pleased with the girl cakes but the boy cakes kinda look like little fat penguins.  I made the girls from mini wonder molds and boys are two cupcakes stacked.  Heads,necks, bow ties,crown and girls bodies are fondant. Skirts, and tuxes are bc.
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By klacrawford
Oct 27, 2006
This cake is a surprise cake for a friend. He Apparently liked wonder woman when he was young.  Quit laughing nearly every red blooded American boy did. Ha ha  That is a picture of his wife, an edible image.   Hope he likes it
By Mommyofseven
Nov 1, 2006
MMF doll cakes (real dolls) and 6 " cake.  My first time with MMF and second time with fondant.  Self taught so not really very good but made my dd happy.  Should have used cake boards and then put them all together instead of decorating in such close quarters.
By redbird
Nov 12, 2006
My DIL Brooke made her first doll cake today. Isn't she pretty? A real Southern Belle.
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By doleta
Nov 15, 2006
Well not the best looking Wonder Woman but I guess it could have been worse!  I absolutely hate doing faces!  Straberry cake with strawberry filling.
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By Jenn1978
Nov 29, 2006
FINALLY- I get to make a doll cake!!  I made this one for my niece who was turning 9.  It snowed like crazy here on her b-day (we got 12"!!!) so I had to make her a 'snow princess' LOL
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By momsandraven
Dec 3, 2006
This was my first go at Fondant - MMF.  I found it easier to use than I thought it would be.  The colors did not turn out as deep as I wanted.
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By cakecre8tor
Aug 10, 2005


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