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  1. Penguin Snowmen Christmas Cake

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    Christmas overload...this was a Christmas cake my dad helped me decorate and was our centre piece for Christmas dinner. He had fun making the front snowmen and did really well considering they were his first attempt. He inspired me to do the penguins and we had a lot of laughs putting the final design together.
  2. MC Builders Cake

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    A madeira builders cake covered with edible building decorations such block pavings, a lump hammer, Travis Perkins Sand Bag, a Concrete Mixer, stones, buckets and brown sugar for the sand. This was made for my Dad for his 21 years in business in Feb 2011.
  3. Simple Snowman Christmas Cake Design

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    This was the first cake decorating topper I taught my students how to make on a festive fayre weekend in Christmas 2010 with Linda. It was a very simple design and very easy to do yet very effective. It is simple shapes that form a snowman. This was taught in December 2010.
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  4. Christmas Cupcakes

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    Christmas cupcakes, I always find that you can create effective designs by simply using 3 different colours of icing.
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  5. Ferrero Rocher Cake

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    Here is a Ferrero Rocher cake that I have made for my friends birthday. It contains a chocolate and vanilla sponge cake which has been covered in Dairy Milk chocolate. Then I placed it on the pre iced cake board (that I had covered and edged earlier) and surrounded it with Rossini Curls (thanks Paul!). I tied them together with a bow to hold in place, sprinkled the top of the cake with White Chocolate Curls and Chocolate Sprinkles for added colour and then ...

    Updated 25 Jan 2013 at 12:22 by Angie

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