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This was for an Alice in Wonderland themed bridal shower and was my first topsy turvy.
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By Mcgrace
Jun 2, 2007
This is the most ridiculously unstable cake in history. Maybe not quite, since it actually is standing, but having a tilt table is a serious contributer to that!

I made it for an unbirthday party, like Alice in Wonderland, hence the Mad Hatter's hat and teacup on top with the disembodied teapot spout pouring into it.
By wuzzled
Jun 13, 2007
This was made for a friend and fellow Disney fanatic whose favorite character if Alice in Wonderland.  I used the Storybook Doll pan.
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By gramofgwen
May 27, 2007
By Anonymous
Apr 3, 2006
I made this cake for my sister-in-law's 20th birthday. My first time making a funky cake like this. There were some challenges to overcome and I learned quite a lot from them.
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By cakesbyanh
Apr 23, 2006
MMF fondant covered cake......wondermold body, cake molded for head, arms and tail. buttercream crumb coat and mmf fondant in violet and hot pink.
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By Egotrip77
Oct 9, 2005
This was SO much easier to do in buttercream! I'll never go back to struggling to cover these tiers in fondant!!

Did the wild colours with Americolor dyes, fondant detailing. Cheshire cat in gumpaste. Pearls in fondant dusted with irridescent powder.

Cake is Pistachio with Passionfruit buttercream, Dark Chocolate with Grand Marnier buttercream & Banana with Coconut buttercream.
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By antonia74
Dec 2, 2006
I made this cake because I wanted an alice themed cake... the face didn't turn out the way I would have liked, but I didn't have a face mold, and the stores were closed... but I'm still glad it turned out as nicely as it did.
By alicetehfaerie
Apr 28, 2007
I made this for an 18 year old girls birthday this weekend, the theme of her party was "painting the roses red" the tables were all decorated with card towers and teapots and red roses, it looked realy well done! Everythig is edible! the body and head are made using fondant, the cards are gumpaste and the roses and grass are royal icing!
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By socake
Aug 26, 2006
I made this cake for my sister's 24th Birthday. The bottom two cakes are fake becuase it would be too much cake. All the characters are edible and were made from modelling paste and gumpaste. It was hard to capture all the cake in one photo so hopefully the collage is easy to follow!
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By Jelena
Sep 10, 2006
I made this cake for my Grandmother's 70th Birthday Party.  It was "Alicia" in Wonderland themed with the head table being the madhatter's tea party.  Each layer was a different flavor (white, red velvet, lemon). the cake was frosted in BC and all the decorations were fondant.
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By sjlarby
Oct 2, 2006
top view
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By sjlarby
Oct 2, 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
Cheshire Cat-I used the Wilton Cat pan..seems a little too pink.
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By Mey
Mar 24, 2006
First attempt at a topsy turvey cake.  Party was Alice in Wonderland, and the teapots were the favors for the girls, Velvet Mad Hatter hats for the boys.  So each layer coordinated with one of the teapots.  Cut outs of Alice and other characters, plus one of the birthday girl on top.  Found great crazy candles and put shaped pipe cleaners on the top as well.  Was Wilton fondant at the time, now I only use MMF.
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By SweetResults
Jul 19, 2006
I made this for a school fundraiser - it had to be based on a book.  It made a nice bit of money for the school library.  :)  I had a lot of fun with the face.
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By Carynne
Mar 30, 2006
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By mvucic
Oct 9, 2006
Wonderland Wedding Cake
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By Weddinc
Aug 1, 2006
Made these using MMF as the icing.  Painted/Drew decorations on them.  Used as favors for the Alice in Wonderland Tea Party for my twin girls' b-day party this weekend.
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By mvucic
Oct 9, 2006
Made for favors for an Alice in Wonderland tea party.  Used No-Fail Sugar Cookie recipe and Americolor food colors to dye them red and black.  Worked really well!  Only a couple drops, and I got the desired color!
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By mvucic
Oct 9, 2006
I made this for my daughter's unbirthday. This was my very first layer cake and the first time I had made or used fondant. I made marshmallow creme fondant and used teal buttercream frosting. I used the topsy turvy cake instructions found on this website, but decided not to angle the last tort because I didn't use that big of cakes. The kids loved the cake, especially the surprising color of the buttercream.
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By stephivey
Oct 23, 2006
Three tier buttercream covered wedding cake.  Sizes are 12", 9" and 6".  Royal icing snowflakes.  Lemon cake with lemon curd, chocolate cake with toffee cream and white cake with wildberry preserves.
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By suzyqqq27
Nov 12, 2006
I decorated this cake with gummy bears doing all kinds of winter activities.  sledding, sking, snoball fight, igloo, burying in the snow, and snowman of course.  sugarcone trees with pretzel trunks.  Chocolate cake with buttercream frosting.
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By pfeifferr
Dec 5, 2006
What fun this was! And nothing went wrong this time lol. Got idea from gallieries. White choco cake 2 layer, and White as snow frosting from here (Awesome recipe). MMF snowman. Was for lady whose commercial kitchen I'm going to use when I go into biz one day! Oh only prob was found out at 2am I had no more green when I went to do trees (had yellow/blue though lol). You can't tell from pic but I sprinkled sugar mixed with gold dust on the trees etc for snow. I will find out today how they liked the cake.
By oceanspitfire
Dec 8, 2006
same as the other one just a close up on the snowflakes.
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By OhMyGoodies
Dec 8, 2006
Took this idea from WBH.  Not too shabby for my first attempt at chocolate snowmen.  It was a fun cake and I hope my DD's MIL likes it.  Spice cake with Cream Cheese Buttercream and chocolate decorations.
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By christeena
Dec 15, 2006
My attempt at the Whimsicle Bakehouse's "winter wonderland" cake.  Didn't quite turn out like I had hoped but I still think it's cute.  Italian Cream Cake with cream cheese icing.
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By catscratchfever
Dec 24, 2006
Christmas cake done for family's party on eve of Christmas. Christmas tree is cupcake baked in paper cone. Pan is lined with marshmallow with BC snowman. The rest are cake toppers except for the bigger Santa which is a candle.
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By nanzz
Dec 25, 2006
My first wedding cake.  Dusted with edible glitter and pixie dust.  Royal Icing snowflakes.  Fondant on globe pillars
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By Barbend
Dec 27, 2006
This is a Strawberry and White Checkerboard cake surrounded by a winter wonderland of decorated trees and a couple of snowmen.  There is an overhead view and the back view as well as the front view.  The snowmen are doughnut holes with a pretzel stick in them and then covered in icing.  The decorated trees are sugar ice cream cones that I broke into different sizes and covered with buttercream star tips and then covered with tiny sugar lights.
By dguys502
Dec 28, 2006
Extra cake for a winter wonderland wedding.  The wedding cake is also included in my photos.
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By Barbend
Dec 30, 2006
This one was for my boss.
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By cakes21
Jan 22, 2007
THis was done for my First every customer!!  She wanted the American girls Molly and Emily ice skating.  And since her daughter's birthday is valentines day she wanted hearts tied in.  This was totally inspired by several wonderful cakes here on cc.  I was pretty happy with the cake, except for the size of the girls, but it was my first try at making dolls out of fondant.
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By liha21
Feb 6, 2007
This is for friend in an opera class.  She wanted me to create a cake where the chess pieces were whimsically marching by twos.  The cake matched the stage setting perfectly.  It was a spice cake with cheesecake flavoring.  Chess pieces were chocolate mint.  Fun cake.
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By lr2017
Feb 16, 2007
I made this banana and coconut cake for my 21st last year.  I had a Mad Hatter's Tea Party and my best friend's mum suggested a Painting The Roses Red Cake.  Roses are marizipan partially painted in food colouring.  The blue thing was a paint brush but the brush part has been sliced off.
By reddsetgogirl
Mar 3, 2007
We are having a baby shower for my cousin this weekend. She is a BIG tea drinker so we decided to go with the Alice in Wonderland Tea Party theme. Instead of mints I made TINY cookies. They are just sugar cookies with tinted dough. I love them! Enjoy!
By Yizzi
Apr 10, 2007
Alice in Wonderland Baby shower cake. My first try at a topsy turvy. The top two cakes turned out fine. The bottom tier however was red velvet (not a dense cake recipe :(  It could not hold the weight of the icing and the side was cracking off at 2:00 AM the morning of the shower. OOPS!  I wrapped it in plastic wrap (like a belt) and I re-iced and decorated it. So, in the end, served them side by side. No one knew the difference... but it made me sad.
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By Yizzi
Apr 16, 2007
This was my interpretation of Alice in Wonderland.  Everything is edible except for the stick holding the name at the top (name is in royal icing).
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By lynda-bob
Apr 26, 2007
This is my Alice in Wonderland teapot. That's the Dormouse's bottom. the Dormouse is chocolate. The teacup is a mini cupcake covered in poured sugar, all wrapped in fondant.
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By kbochick
Apr 28, 2007
This cake was made for my sister's 25th birthday.
She loves Alice in Wonderland. 
Cake was covered in fondant and all decorations were made using fondant and gumpaste except the ribbon on the bottome of the cake.
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By BabyKat
Jun 26, 2007


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