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Show Us Your Cakes! (post #64745)

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Wanna post photos of some of your best creations? With all the talent here, it would be nice to be able to have an all-occassion cake "scrapbook" to peruse for ideas. Easier to view than hunting through old threads since there is no 'image' search here (unless i am missing something).

I'll start. My recent R2D2 cake and molten planet cake for my son's 7th birthday this week.
also, an older pic of the cake i made my ex (then husband) for his first birthday since the birth of our son. I was still nursing then, which is the joke behind the concept. It's not x-rated, but be warned that there is chest-oidal imagery :-)

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wonka's picture

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OMG that is beatiful. I want you for my mom.

KitchenWitch's picture

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OMG - that's so fantastic!

~RuthAnn


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mireillec's picture

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How talented you are. The cake is awesome.

Sondra's picture

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Thanks for the info.  Again, fantastic job!

Jillsifer's picture

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That's gorgeous!

 


 


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CookiM0nster's picture

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My latest and final Threadcakes entry. This has been a lot of fun. For this on I did some sugar work - for the first time. I really enjoyed it. I could get into that.

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Syrah's picture

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That is amazing!

"Life is not easy for any of us. But what of that? We must have perseverance and, above all, confidence in ourselves. We must believe that we are gifted for something, and that this thing, at whatever cost, must be obtained."
-Marie Curie
My perseverance will be rewarded.

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CookiM0nster's picture

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Thanks everyone.
Yes, my boys get to eat them. They shared this one with friends.

mireillec's picture

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There's lucky.

MadMom's picture

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You are amazing.  Tell me, do the boys get to eat your efforts?



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dorcast's picture

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Truly incredible!

RuthWells's picture

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Wow! I'd love to see more shots of it, closer up -- hint, hint....

Ruth Wells


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 - G.B. Shaw

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CookiM0nster's picture

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If you want more details go here:
http://www.threadcakes.com/entries/view/435

Marcia's picture

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Thank you for the link. The cake looks even more amazing in that picture. Wow, pretty much says it all for me.

RuthWells's picture

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Wow -- absolutely amazing!

Ruth Wells


"Gardening is the only unquestionably useful job."
 - G.B. Shaw


www.lemonade-and-kidneys.blogspot.com



www.ruthssweetpleasures.com

http://www.pkdcure.org/Default.aspx?TabId=1182&ParticipantID=316&Type=1

Ruth Wells

"Gardening is the only unquestionably useful job."
 - G.B. Shaw

www.lemonade-and-kidneys.blogspot.com

www.ruthssweetpleasures.com

http://www.pkdcure.org/Default.aspx?TabI...

evelyn's picture

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you, my dear, are simply AMAZING!!!

Children are unpredictable. You never know what inconsistency they're going to catch you in next.

In life, learn the rules so that you know how to break them properly.
Marcia's picture

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What can I say? Another amazing seems redundant, but that's what it is. Just stunning work.

Lee's picture

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Both cakes are fantastic!  You're a real artist.

Biscuit's picture

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THat is so cool!!!!!  I love it!  That reminds me of this book Max used to love "The Teeny Tiny Ghost"! (g)


 


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mireillec's picture

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An other masterpiece.

butterscotch's picture

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Holy, moly.  Both of these cakes are stupendous, CM.  You are really gifted.

moxie's picture

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That is absolutely amazing! Just beautiful!!

TracyK's picture

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FANTASTIC! Very bloodthirsty, LOL. I love it, and I bet Max was THRILLED.


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annieqst's picture

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Having spent too much time in the water and been concerned about those big fish, there's something awful creepy about that cake. As a kid? I would have loved it!! Great (albeit creepy) cake!

Biscuit's picture

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ITA with you (G).  Especially when you cut into it - eh!  But as you said - we're not 8 year old boys, either.  Also - all the men thought it was awesome, too.


Guess what I did with the 2nd shark?  (lol)  Today happens to be Max's principal's birthday.  He's 65, I think.  So Max wanted HIM to have the second shark.  I took it off the cake and gave it to him this morning.  He laughed so hard at it, and thanked Max very much, said it was the best birthday surprise he'd had in years. (G).  I guess if you are an elementary school principal, and been an elementary age educator for as long as he's been, you develop a great sense of humor and tolerance for the disgusting-ness of little boys (G).


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- Mark Twain

"When a stupid man is doing something he is ashamed of, he always declares that it is his duty."  - George Bernard Shaw

msm-s's picture

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thanks for the info... looks like I'm going to have to get some of those pans...

DeannaS's picture

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Amazing! Truly wonderful job on that cake. You rock - and I love Max's vivid imagination.

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