Teddy Bear Cake

by Trishia Bartle
(Baldwinsville, N.Y., USA)

Teddy Bear Cake

Teddy Bear Cake

This was my third time making this cake. I made the cake for my mothers my own and a friends baby shower.

I used a cake mould and used boxed cake mix. As for the frosting it was homemade in which i had used different sized star tips for the decorations.

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Piggy Cake

by Brandi Kurtz
(Ephrata, PA)

I made this pig cake for my 7 yr. old nephew. He loves pigs and really wanted a pig cake, he was very specific that it looked like a real pig, not a "kiddy" pig.

I used an egg shaped pan for the body, the head was a 6 inch round cake pan that I shaped, the nose was a cupcake. I iced it with buttercream, and covered it with flesh colored fondant. The "mud" was just chocolate icing.

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Hello Kitty Cake

by Niloofar Esmaili
(Newcastle, NSW, Australia)

Hello Kitty

Hello Kitty

Hello Kitty Hello Kitty

I made this cake for my daughter's 2nd birthday.

I wanted to make a girly cake for her and as she knew Kitty I thought it will be good.

I used a big square tin to make the cake. I draw Kitty's face on the paper and then transformed it to the cake. The cake was butter cake and I used soft icing for decoration. For eyes and mouth I used jelly beans and for whiskers I used licorice.

The cupcakes were also butter cake and were decorated by soft icing.

Nicole's comments: Niloofar this is such a cute cake and i love all the little cupcakes too and the way you decorated the table. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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Bunny Cake

by Ellie & Georgia
(France & Engand)

Frederick the Funny Bunny

Frederick the Funny Bunny

We made this cake for Easter.

We used the recipe for the One bowl sponge cake from this website.

We used two 9 inch tins. While the cakes were in the oven, we made the icing (butter icing and normal icing). The butter icing was made for the ears, the teeth, the eyes and the cheeks. After the cakes had cooled, we cut the two oval shapes from one of them for the ears. The we covered the cake with pink icing. After, we placed the rolled out icing on in their places. So that the butter icing doesn't look a bit yellow, we put normal white icing over it. Then finally we put our little decorative touches to it (Smarties and Sprinkles!)

PS: if the butter icing slips off the normal icing, put tooth pics to keep them in place.

From Ellie & Georgia (age 15)

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Pig Cake

by Amanda Andrews
(Gilberdyke, East Yorkshire)

Rebecca Joy's Pig Cake

Rebecca Joy's Pig Cake

My daughter turned 3 this weekend and wanted a pig cake so I made a simple sponge cake mixture and baked it in my Pyrex mixing bowl on a lower heat and for slightly longer than usual. This, when turned out made the body. I covered it with ready roll out red icing and added the tail and hands (made out of pink icing).

I made the head by squashing a shop bought swiss roll into a round shape and covering it with roll out white icing that I mixed with a little food colouring to make pink.I attached it to the body using a BBQ wooden skewer.

For the legs and shoes I used the left over pink icing and 2 liquorice shapes. The face/ears were made using all the left over white/pink icing.

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Purple Kitty Cake

by Cheryl Shelvock
(Rockway, Ontario, Canada)

Callie's Purple Kitty Cake

Callie's Purple Kitty Cake

I made the purple kitty cake for my daughter's 2nd birthday in November. Purple by the way is her favourite colour.

I'm very proud of it as I've never really tried shaped cakes. I've tried making decorated cookies so applied some of the decorating techniques to this.

Callie wanted kitties for her birthday theme (we have 2 real ones that are quite cute) and a friend had made trucks and other fancy type cakes so I tried to be creative for her. I used one of her stuffed animals as inspiration as the real kitties wouldn't sit still!

I used one cake mix (any flavour.) I used white and baked it in 2 round pans as directed on the package. I bought a cake board at a local bulk food store and put one round on it for the body and cut the second round so it looked like a head and made a tail out of the rest.

The ears are frosted chocolate chunks and I used purple licorice whips and other candy to decorate along with coloured icing. The base icing is vanilla cream.

My daughter loved it! And so did the guests and the rest of our family.

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Bear Cake

by Bonnie Fletcher
(England)

Bear Cake

Bear Cake

It was for my christening. My name is Bonnie.

It has got my date of birth on it and my name. It has a teddy bear on it and very easy to make, just a few thing then you are done. Hope you like it.

Bonnie.

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