Mardi Gras in December

by Sweet Violet Cake Company
(Lynchburg, VA )


Side view of cake to feature tassles

This page is a compilation of cake shares by Wedding cakes for You visitors. Starting with a gorgeous Mardi Gras Cake. This cake was made for a sweet 16 party. The theme was Mardi Gras. The young lady is very feminine and loved pink so we decided to feature pink as an accent color. The cake was pink velvet with vanilla butter cream.

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Mr. and Mrs. Allsorts

by LAURA Melina Mansfield
(BRACKNELL BERKSHIRE)

Mr. and Mrs. Allsorts

Mr. and Mrs. Allsorts

MY NAME IS LAURA MANSFIELD I NEEDED TO CREATE SOMETHING DIFFERENT IN THE CAKE WORLD AND AS I LIKE MODELING I DECIDED TO MAKE BERTI BASSETTE AND BECAUSE BERTIE NEEDED A COMPANION I THE MADE BEATRICE BASSETTE.

Marzipan Figures And Fruitcake


ALL OF THE FIGURES I MADE WERE FROM MARZIPAN. ALL CAKES WERE FRUIT CAKES AND WITH JAMAiCAN RUM.

A Wedding Fair and A Craft Magazine


THE ACTUAL CAKE TOOK ME NEARLY TWO WEEKS. I MADE A THREE TIERED WEDDING CAKE. AND WENT TO A WEDDING FAIR WHERE PEOPLE LOVED WHAT I CREATED. I THEN WENT ON TO CAKE AND CRAFT MAGAZINE. I RECENTLY GOT THE STAR PRIZE IN THE JUNES ISSUE. I WILL RECEIVE £40 OF CAKE DECORATING EQUIPMENT AS A PRIZE.

Cake Decorating Classes


I ALSO TOOK A BEGINNERS COURSE AND AN ADVANCED COURSE WITH MASTER CHOCOLATIER MARK TILLING. WHAT AN EXPERIENCE!!!

The Cake Decorating Bug Has Bitten


I HAVE HAD THE SUGARCRAFT BUG FOR MANY YEARS AND I AM SO PASSIONATE AND ExCITED ABOUT WHAT I HAVE ACHIEVED. I WILL CONTINUE AND HOPE TO INSPIRE OTHER PEOPLE, AS I ALSO HAVE BECOME A TEACHER OF SUGARCRAFTING.

TIP


WHEN MODELING USE A PRODUCT CALLED CMC. PUT HALF OF A TEASPOON IN HALF OF A POUND OF SUGARPASTE LEAVE FOR AN HOUR. WHEN KNEEDING THE PASTE IT WILL START TO BECOME ELASTIC. ITS THEN TIME TO USE IT.

Thank you Laura for a great story and cake entry. What an unusual and interesting cake. Congratulations on the award from the crafting magazine too!

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Monkey Birthday Cake

by Phyllis White
(Chico, Ca)

Grandaughter's First Birthday Cake

Grandaughter's First Birthday Cake

My Grandaughter's Monkey Birthday Cake.
The party was a monkey birthday theme. I wanted to make something very sweet, so I created a sweet little girl monkey sitting on the cake eating a banana. I sculpted the monkey out of fondant. It was a vanilla with banana pudding filling. I made a marshmallow fondant, covered the cake and made the decorations with the it.
My granddaughters monkey birthday cake was a huge success.

Comments


Great detail!
by: Brianne
This is such a cute design! I love the blushing cheeks on the monkey! Absolutely adorable!!! Your detail is amazing! Fondant is something that I have never tried but after seeing so many fabulous cakes and what can be done with fondant, I definitely will have to give it a try!

So pretty
by: Yani

"This is so cute and pretty, luv the monkey girl...great job"

Love it
by: Anonymous
This is so adorable! and so clean. I love it!

Lucky Granddaughter!
by: Lorelie
Phyllis,
Thanks for being the first to enter the 6th Cake Decorating Contest. You have a very lucky granddaughter.
I love seeing what other decorators are doing and hearing every ones stories. This is soooo awesome! I know how much work and love you put into that adorable Monkey cake.

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Fondant Cake

by Zaynab
(Abbas)


This is my Second Fondant Cake


I would really love to thank you for this treasure and most valuable website. It has really helped me a lot.

I joined a Wilton cake decorating course and we had to make fondant and roses. They taught us how to do the fondant and the roses but they didn't teach us how to make the cake because it's not part of the course.

Your website really helped so much. I made the lemon cake which is the best and the yummiest cake I have ever tasted and I made the carrot cake.

Thank you very much for the information.

Comments



Beautiful Fondant Cake!
by: Lorelie

Zaynab,

Thank you for your wonderful compliments! I am so glad that my website has helped you. Your cake is so sweet! I love the colors and the design.

I hope you continue to make lots of cakes! Thank you for submitting this one to my contest. Feel free to enter again with your next cake. I will be continually running new challenges.

Ask your friends and family to come and take a look at your work. I would love to see their comments.

Lorelie


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"a most delicious Italian Rum Cream Cake by Robin Covey

by Robin Covey
(Akron, Ohio)

A most delicious Italian Rum Cake

A most delicious Italian Rum Cake

The process took me 3 days in the preparation for this cake...one day to bake and soak the rum syrup throughout the cut layers. Another day to cure.

And then I made my delicious home made vanilla custard, divided it in half and made some chocolate as well. Then I used a chocolate drizzily fudge that I make that sets over each layer of rum soaked layers and filled it with my custards and my own buttery whip cream frosting.

I decorated the 4 layer 9" morsel somehow they always taste better that way. The cake was left to chill for the remainder of the day and then presented for a wedding cake tasting that evening. They were so impressed with the flavor I get the pleasure of making their cake in September.

Just wanted to share not one of my prettiest creations, but one of my tastiest. I don't expect to try and win this awesome contest with all the other excellent works of art.

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Butterfly Cake

by Meghan Brown
(WIlliamsburg, VA)


I made this butterfly cake for a customer. She brought me a single napkin and asked me to make her a baby shower cake. So this was what I made.

As you can imagine, the napkin was pink with stripes and pretty little butterflies. This was my very first fondant one, and I think it turned out just perfect! All of the decorations were in buttercream. The customer had her own topper. :)

Comments


so pretty
by: deanne
Great job!

Pretty Butterfly Creation
by: Lorelie
Very pretty butterfly cake Meghan! Thanks Brianne for the comment. Try the fondant I think you will find it fun.

Looks great!
by: Brianne
Very beautiful job!! I have not yet attempted a fondant cake! Looks great!

Jul 05, 2012
Our baby shower theme is butterflies
by: Anonymous

How much would something as beautiful as this go for. Can you give me an idea please??? Thank you!

Aug 05, 2012
How much?
by: Lorelie

Hi sorry i guess Meghan did not see your question. I can only tell you that prices vary greatly. It depends on the area you live in, what type, and how much decorating is involved. Some people charge for delivering as well.

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Princess Pillow cake!

by Janella Lainhart
(Mohave Valley Az)





I made this princess pillow cake for a girl turning 18! Her Mom wanted to surprise her with this 3 tier cake.

The Decoration


The beaded jewels are homemade and modeled with gumpaste covered in Dixie dust. I made edible sugar gems, using gem molds. I added gumpaste jewelry and the pillow was carved out of two cakes.
Fondant was put on each pillow then put together! A tiara made out of gumpaste and sprayed with silver luster, sits on top of pillow decorated with pearl dragees. The flowers are all hand made out of gumpaste, using large tear drop flower cutters.
The Zebra print was 50- 50 gumpaste and fondant rolled out thin and applied with a little water for glue.

The Cake Flavors


The flavors of the cake were, chocolate & white with buttercream! The b-day girl was so surprised when I delivered the cake. She called me later to thank me for making her cake and told me how much she LOVED it!

I really had fun making this cake, this was my first tiered princess pillow cake.

Comments


cute!
by: Anonymous

I really like this...lots of work I'm sure! Great job! ;)

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Princess Penny's Birthday Cake

by Robin Covey
(Akron, Ohio)

Princess Penny

Princess Penny

My daughter wanted a princess cake this year so I bought a cake doll and baked up 5 delicious layers of classic white cake and filled it with cherry filling and after a few processes of icing and cutting and chilling here's the creation I designed.

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Princess and the Frog Cake

by Connie
(Stewartsville, NJ)


This is the cake that started it all for me. My 4 year old was begging for a Princess and the Frog birthday cake. I wanted to have something really special and not just a grocery store one with the plastic figures pushed in. So I went online and found everything I needed. Then watched a little YouTube, read some Colette Peter's books, labored in the kitchen for almost 7 hours...but in the end, she was beyond thrilled with Mommy's Princess And The Frog creation.


FABULOUS!
by: Norma

Whether as a wedding cake or a birthday, this is fabulous. Congratulations!


Size layers
by: Anonymous

What size layers did you use for the cake?

Hi I'm answering for Connie in case she does not see this post.

Looks like either an 8 and a 6 inch or a 10 and an 8 inch.

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Tinkerbell Dream Cake

by Edith
(Sieg-Reed)

Dreamy Tinkerbell

Dreamy Tinkerbell

Fluffy Vanilla cake with buttercream frosting. Cool use of cake sprays.

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Louis Vuitton Cake

by Amanda F.
(Staten Island, NY)

A Fashionable Louis Vuitton Cake

A Fashionable Louis Vuitton Cake

A Fashionable Louis Vuitton Cake



Lois Vuitton Cake

This cake was made for my cousin who loves Louis Vuitton pocketbooks and fashion in general. The cake has pocketbooks, lipstick, eyeshadow, nail polish and a mini version of her on top. The main attraction is the Louis Vuitton shoe on top. She absolutely loved the cake. The cake itself was vanilla sponge with fresh strawberry filling.

Wow I love it. So fashionable. I love all of the details on your cake and it sounds delicious too. Thank you for entering this wonderful shoe cake design for a high fashion cake.

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Giraffe Cake

by Teressa Stokes
(Summerville, SC USA)


This giraffe cake is a cake that I made for a friends daughters baby shower.(She adopted a baby boy) His nursery theme was Giraffes...

Thank you Tracy for entering your adorable giraffe cake in the cake decorating contest at "Wedding Cakes For You". It's really well done. You friend must have loved it. Can you tell us more? What flavors, what size and how you did it?
Did you use marshmallow fondant?

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Bow Cake!!!

by Helga Maldonado
(CT)


I made this cake for my friend's little girl birthday. She's so cute and always have a big bow in her head. :) That's why she wants a big bow on top of the cake, and of course I love making bows it's so fun and easy. And always cute.

Comments


Beautiful !
by: Anonymous
Like ur color combination. U did a good job with the ribbon roses and that bow is gorgeous.

luv bows
by: Yani
What a pretty cake, luv the pink bow on top of the cake!!

So Pretty!
by: Lorelie
Thanks Helga, It is so pretty. It's obvious you like to make bows. Very nice work.

I like your cake design
by: Robin Covey
very pretty little cake! looks original

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Nursing Retirement Cake

by Katelynn
(Surprise, AZ)


A friend of my mom's was leaving her work so she wanted me to make a cake for him. He was a nurse retiring from the ED so I made him a scrub top with all the supplies. It is chocolate with coconut pastry cream ....Enjoy!


Too Funny!
by: Anonymous
Love the bloody band aids!! Very original and I'm sure it made everyone smile.

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Spring Strawberry Filled Wedding Cake

by Robin Covey
(Akron, Ohio)



I was inspired to make a wedding cake out of the need to post another picture of my work on my website and such. I got creative and wanted to do a traditional small 3 tier stacked cake, so here it is.

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Spiked Heel

by Edith Sieg-Reed
(Newport News, VA)


A young lady that I met happens to like the designer Christian Louboutin and asked if I could help make her birthday special. She wanted a pair of his famous shoes, and this was her way of having them ;-)
Thank you Edith for your spiked heel cake. Very cool! Can you give us some details on how you made these fabulous shoes?

Comments


Making the spiked shoe
by: Anonymous

Using crispy rice cereal is so much easier to deal with; someone else mentioned, it is lighter than an actual cake as well. I'm sure one could carve out a shoe, but the crispie rice is so fun to play with. You almost have to overcook the marshmallows. By doing this, it makes the contents stick together better. I like to eat these delicious treats, but for the sake of molding, it has to be harder, so the marshmallows just need to be cooked longer.

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Superman Cake

by Edith Sieg-Reed
(Newport News, VA)


Superman cake! I am a nurse and a young man that has Down's syndrome was at the nurse's station talking about his upcoming birthday. I asked him what kind of cake would he want and he replied, Superman. His enthusiasm prompted this cake. The look of surprise and all the hugs and thank yous from this special guy was priceless! The fondant back drop was my first, so I was delighted in it turned out.

Thank you Edith for yet another great entry into the cake competition. What a nice thing you did making the superman cake for this little boy.

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Picnic Cake:)

by Maria Paula
(Joshua Tree, California, United States)



This picnic cake was made for my mom and her friends. They love to have picnics, talk and eat really good food. So she asked me to make a cake that represented her friends and of course her.

Here is what I came up with. A cake with her and her two friends enjoying a picnic. It is a chocolate cake with icing on the top covered with rolled fondant, fondant flowers and fondant figures.

I like this cake because it can be used in every occasion.
My mom and her friends loved the cake so much they did not want to cut it. I felt all my hard work has paid off with my picnic cake.

I hope you like it:)

Comments


Thank you
Looks Too Good To Eat
by: Lorelie
Hi Maria, Thanks for entering your picnic cake. very nice job. I love all of the little miniature foods.

FUNN
by: Anonymous
The fondant figures come to life in this cake it is incredible, it is fun to look at, all the food and drinks on the table are amazing

Jun 21, 2012
Question
by: Eva

I am new at this cake thing so I don't know that much. I was wondering how you did the tablecloth. Is that fondant, or did you use food writing markers? My work place is having a picnic and I'm doing a cake. I thought of doing something with this tablecloth pattern. This cake is amazing!!

July 03, 2012
Hello Eva
by: maria paula duarte

hello eva how are you??
thank you for liking my cake
I just paint the fondant with food coloring and cut it with a cookie cutter.
i have a video in youtube in spanish( i dont know how much it would help you).. but i show all the process... I dont think you have to understand to know what i am talking about.. just by looking you would be fine, plus you can ask me if you have any questions...
mi youtube user name is everydaywithmariapau
so just go in youtube and search for my channel name.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5knmZPwWYg&list=UU0JYUhiBDPyWNX2K9SLPFzw&index=2&feature=plcp

thats the link ....

thank you..

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Cat Birthday Cake

by Meena Mustafa
(Virginia USA)


I made this cat birthday cake for Mohd's birthday which was on the 6th of June. He just loves cats. So I surprised him with this cake cause all his three cats love being in the living room :). The decor from carpet to couch was created by me using gum paste and food colors. If you look closely I even made the cat's poop near the plant lol. The flavor was German chocolate covered in fondant. I really enjoyed making the art work for this cake. Hope you guys will like it too :)

Thanks Meena Your cat birthday cake is great! Very unique idea.

Comments



marvellous
by: SONIA
nice piece of art its looking really delicious hope its taste the same...lukin really yummy...:)good work Meena lovin it...:)

Fantastic Scene!
by: Anonymous
This is one amazing creation. Thanks for sharing this feline-lover's view of a comfy setting.
The detail work is phenomenal!

Unique
by: Sum
Fantastic! Clever idea and good color choices.

Wow
by: Yani
"What an adorable cake and all those cats are so cute!!."
A for Adorable

by: Anonymous
This is my favorite cake since I am a cat lover. Lots of hard work for fine details. I am sure Mohd loved it.

So luscious cake
by: Virginia
So great,I had a piece of my birthday cake from Meena and always wish to have some more, Thanks so much for such amazing flavor.

Wonderful
by: Ahmad
It looks marvelous and I hope it tastes the same. It depicts the wonderful artistic sense and great skills of its creator. Simply superb and awesome.




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Princess Party Cake

by Maria Paula
(Joshua Tree, California, United States)


My princess party cake was made for a friend who has a one year old baby girl. She told me it was going to be a princess party so I decided to make this for her to enjoy. Everyone liked it and the little girl was so happy looking with her first birthday cake, it was awesome.:)

I covered the cake with buttercream and then rolled fondant. The fondant figures and fondant animals are made with lots of love:)
I hope you like my princess party cake.
Thank you

Comments


Really Sweet!
by: Lorelie
Hi Maria, Thanks for your entries. You do amazing work. You must spend many hours making your fondant figures.

LOVELY
by: Anonymous
This cake is really sweet and thoughtful, it looks like it was brought straight out of a scene from a princess movie.

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Pumpkin Graveyard Cake

by Anthony Parker
(Coram, New York)



This pumpkin graveyard cake has a delicious double chocolate as it's base layer, topped with Hershey's chocolate icing and Oreo cookie crumbs.

The Pumpkin is made of a delicious yellow cake recipe topped with orange and green fondant, with dark chocolate for it's face.

Also on this wonderful cake are a variety of Halloween decorations all made from white and dark chocolate which include ghosts, rat, eyeball, skull, tombstone, and a bone arm coming out of the grave. Wrapped around the cake is candy corn and a few mellow creme pumpkins.

After making this Pumpkin Graveyard Cake, I definitely learned how important greasing the pan prior to baking is. Lost a whole cake! :(

Comments


awesome
by: Anonymous
This was so good and very festive...and so much detail!

Awesome
by: Brooke
Great job!! Very creative, and it tasted very yummy too!!

Pumpkin!
by: Anonymous
Looks amazing. The detail is really good especially the stem. Keep up the good work. Can imagine it tasted as good as it looks .

Great!!
by: Anonymous
This was both delicious and creative. I loved all the little details incorporated with it, like the grave stones and ghosts. =]

Delicious
by: Anonymous
As somebody that attended the Halloween party and actually saw it and tasted it in person, this was without a doubt the best cake I've ever had. It was even better than some wedding cakes I've had in the past.

Spooky
by: Lorelie
Anthony, Thank You for your awesome Pumpkin Graveyard Cake entry. Very cool. I am sure it tasted great too. Good Luck! let everyone know about your entry so they can vote and comment.

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"I Love Sweets" Birthday Cake

by Ann Bailey
(North Carolina)


This "I Love Sweets" cake was made for a young girl whose mother said she couldn't make up her mind what kind she wanted. She went back and forth between an ice cream one to chocolate cupcakes to strawberry shortcake. So I thought it was a good idea to combine all of them into one.

The ice cream cone is made of rice Kripsie treats and the slice of cake on top is strawberry with fresh strawberries inside. The bottom is a triple chocolate fudge with chocolate ganache, covered with fondant.

I decorated the bottom tier with fondant cupcakes flavored with amaretto. I had fun making it and the young girl and mother loved it.

Thank you Ann for a great entry! The idea is very unique. Love it. Hope it gets lots of comments and ratings.

Comments


very cute
by: Anonymous
well executed and I adore the whimsy

WOW
by: Rachel
Your cake is really cool. I love the way you made the ice cream cone and especially the cupcakes on the side. Great job

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Ahoy!

by Mary Chraca
(Wood Dale, IL)


Ahoy! The Mayflower


For Thanksgiving, I wanted to make a cake that would wow my family and friends but also represent the holiday. I have done various turkey themed deserts, so I decided to do something different: The Mayflower.

Construction


The base is a regular half sheet. I dyed buttercream an ocean blue and spread it on generously. Using my flat spatula, I went over the icing in a rocking motion to replicate the sea, creating a wave effect.

For the boat, I baked a cake in a bread pan. I knew this would give me a dense and oblong cake (similar in structure to a ship) without much carving. Once the cake cooled, I cut off a rectangle piece (the last sixth of the bread-pan cake). I put that on top of the end of the cake to create height and secured it with frosting.

I then began carving the ship. I rounded the back. At the front of the ship, I carved it to a point and slowly angled downward. Once completed, I dirty-iced the ship. Next, I covered it in a light brown and added a piped border in a slightly darker brown.

Cake Decorations


For decorations, I piped three stars on either side of the ship as well as on the back. I cut 5 small marshmallows in half and placed the sticky side on top of each star to act as windows. For the ship's sails, I used 3 pretzel rods, cutting two of them to be shorter than the middle sale. Lastly, I cut three squares from edible paper and punched holes on either side placing them over the pretzel rods. Voilà!

Thanks Mary, I love your Ships Ahoy cake design, You gave a couple of great decorating tips too. Love the pretzel rods and edible paper sails tip. And the frugal: baking tip.
Thanks for entering the cake decorating contest. Good luck and may you get lots of comments and ratings.

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Baptism Cake

by Ilona
(PA)

My Baby Boy's Baptism Cake

My Baby Boy's Baptism Cake

Baptism Cake For My Baby Boy



Family and friends were coming to celebrate my baby boy's Christening and I wanted to make a cake for the occasion. When I began to think about the type I was going to make I decided that I wanted it to symbolize certain aspects of his special day.

Since it was a baptism I wanted to show both innocence and purity. I decided to use chocolate to represent the innocence of children (what kid doesn't like chocolate?), and white flowers to symbolize the purity and tranquility of a newborn.

For the bottom tier I used yellow with chocolate ganache' and vanilla meringue filling (which took 2 attempts to make it correctly). The upper tier was chocolate with chocolate ganache'. The dogwood fondant flowers were brushed with petal dust powder to make them appear realistic.

The best compliment I received was it was as delicious as it was pretty.
Ilona R.

Thank you Ilona for submitting your beautiful Chocolate Baptism Cake. It is very sweet. The fondant flowers are very well done too :-) and it looks so yummy.

Beautiful!
by: Alecia F.

Ilona,

Your baptism cake looks sooo yummy! Great job!!
I just entered the contest myself, but I should have read the other submissions first. I'm not a writer, that's for sure! I love how you talked about innocence and purity and that it influenced how you pick the colors and flavors!

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X-Box Cake

by Meena Mustafa
(Virginia USA)

X-Box Cake

X-Box Cake

X-Box Cake

I made this cake for my son's 10 Birthday as he just loves playing computer games. It was chocolate covered in fondant. He was so happy to see it that he wouldn't even take his eyes off of it lol. I am so glad I could bake this for the love of my life and make his day :)

Thanks Meena for your contest entry. Your son looks soooo happy with his x-box cake.

Comments


Very cool!
by: Rachel

Impressive! Great job!

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Star Wars Cake Jabba The Cake

by Rachel Souza
(Sutter Creek, CA)

Jabba The Hut

Jabba The Hut

Jabba The Hut
The Shaping of the Jabba Cakes

I used 4 boxes red velvet cake and part of a big top cupcake and two sheets, to start. I shaped and cut then with homemade frosting crumb coated then let dry a bit. Then started the mass creature and was done 3 hours after decorating. I had used sprinkles for his eyes. My Son loved his Birthday surprise!!!

Thank you Rachel for your Star Wars Cake Jabba The Cake. I love that you showed us how you sculpted him. He is quite ugly isn't he? Tell all of your friends and family to comment and rate your cake entry. Good Luck

Comments



Awesome !!
by: erik
I never thought i could get hungry looking at jabba. Great job.

Great!
by: Melanie Buhlert
I am sure that this made both Matt and Jakob feel proud. You took one of their favorite things and made it into CAKE!! It looks just like jabba the hut.......only edible. Great job!!

Love it!!
by: Christine K
This is SO creative - I love it!!
totally awesome

by: super
Jabba as a Cake so Great!!

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