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Click to view a collection of vehicle cake ideas with photos and how-to instructions.
On this page you'll find a very nice recipe idea for a nativity scene cake.
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Here you'll find a very cool Glee cake that you can make yourself at home.
Click to view a unique Budweiser cake design.
Take a look at a cool Calgary Flames cake made out of fondant.
On this page you'll find ideas for making a very cool teapot cake.
Take a look at our collection of baby shower cakes. You'll find detailed baking instructions and tips to make your own.
Click to view Elmo cake recipes with how-to instructions and pictures.
Take a look at some unique football cake ideas including pictures and how-to instructions.
Take a look at pirate ship cake recipe ideas with how-to instructions.
Here you will find easy to follow ideas for making barnyard cakes.
Take a look at a good-looking designs of cheeseburger cake.
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Take a look at cool buzz lightyear cake design with picture and how-to baking instructions.
On this page you can view easy-to-make Ruby Gloom cake recipe with baking instructions and photos.
The idea for this Canon camera cake came from a good friend, as a gift for her (now) husband. He is a photographer, and she requested a cake that resembled
This crate cake was made for a man who was a citrus industry great, when the citrus industry was booming in Central Florida in the 1950's and 60's. He
Here you'll find a divorce cake that is controversial but a lot of fun.
Take a look at a collection of Lightning Mcqueen cake designs with recipes and photos.
Take a look at ghoulish Halloween cake ideas, recipes, and designs.
Take a look at tips and tricks for making baby bum cake.
Here you'll find tips and tricks for baking a nice pregnant belly cake.
I made this Go Diego Go cake for my son's second birthday. The best part about it is that after the kid's were finished eating the cake, there were a bunch
Here is how you make Halloween birthday cake. Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Place the rack in the center of the oven. Lightly grease and flour, or use
For this fire helmet cake, I made three 9 inch circle cakes. I used a regular box cake mix to make these. As soon as they were cool I put icing on the
I made this jacket cake for my brother's birthday. He had just recently opened up his own flooring store. This was a devils food cake with chocolate pudding
This army tank cake was my very first attempt at making a complete and properly decorated cake. And I was quite satisfied with the final results I got.
Here is Steak & Potato Dinner cake. Steak cake is 9x13x 2 1/2 red velvet cake (I wanted the medium rare steak look), chocolate butter cream, chocolate
I made this baseball hat cake for a birthday group luncheon and their initials are DCC. They love carrot cake! So I made a carrot cake with pineapple,
When making this baby 1st birthday cake, I decided to start a couple days before I needed the cake. The little Baby TV characters need a little time to
Here is how you bake this Louis Vuitton cake. Cake Ingredients: 220g Butter 220g Dark Chocolate 125g self-raising flour 125g plain flour 50g cocoa powder
I made this castle cake for a friend of mine's son who is turning 8 this year. Moja! My friend is very eco-friendly and asked me to create a cake with
Plan to set aside a good 20 hours for this shoebox flip flop cake, but it is beautiful in the end! For the shoeboxes, make sheet cakes of whichever flavor
Some time ago, I was asked to make a Snow White cake with all of the 7 Dwarfs. For this cake, I decided to do the scene where Snow White wakes up in the
Here is how you make this Japanese garden cake. Mayo Cake: (original recipe has been doubled for this design) 2c water 4c flour 2c mayo (replaces eggs
This clothesline cake consisted of an 8 inch tier and a 12 inch. They were both two cakes torted into four layers. The easiest way to tort and trim your
This picnic cake was made with traditional buttercream icing and yellow cake. I used three round cake pans to make the three size tiers. The picnic blanket
This Thomas the Tank Engine cake was my first ever cake. I used the Nordic Ware cake pan that I got from Williams-Sonoma, but can be found online at nordicware.com.
My 3 year old son loves Candyland and wanted a Candyland cake, so I got the board game out and got to work. I made a 1/2 sheet cake by combining two 9x13
For this Cinderella castle cake, bake two 6 inch and 12 inch cakes. Torte and fill with your desired icing or jams, then crumb coat and let chill. After
This peony cake was 12 inches, but it doesn't need to be more than 8 or so. It was 2 cakes torted and filled, so four layers. I iced it light pink, but
I love this stethoscope cake. I made it for a friend of mine who was going away to med school. The cake itself is 8 inches and four layers. This cake is
I loved making this Cowboys baby cake. The whole thing is edible so get ready! This cake was 10 inches on the bottom. Bake two 10 inch cakes and tort
Oh this 80s cake was fun and everything is edible except the Rubik's cube (we wanted her to have that to play with) and the stars stuck in the cake! I
I made this train cake for a little girl's birthday party that she was having at a train station. They wanted a marble cake with buttercream frosting.
For this pink flamingo cake, you'll need one 3x3 ft wooden board, two 3/4 inch dowels, eight 1/4 inch dowels, one 4x6 inch board. Cut two 3/4 inch dowels
This is a Halloween cake I made for my grandson's 7th birthday. It was a two tier cake. To make it, I used 8 inch size pan for the bottom tier and 6 inch
I made this Halloween cake for my sister. She had a triple Halloween party. Frankenstein is who she chose, the Mummy was for my 8 year old nephew, and