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This 3-D cake really makes an impression at parties. We started with Classic Wonder Mold and Mini Ball cakes and added a curved tail shaped from marshmallows. The edible spikes are piped ahead of time using melted candy.
Hit it out of the park with A Diamond for the Groom. Ideal for any baseball-loving groom, this cake can be personalized with messages written on the construction paper pennants surrounding the baseball diamond.
Perfect for the baseball enthusiast, this fun cake has your favorite player root-root-rooting for the home team! The Juggling Clown Pan creates the perfect background for this terrific torte.
Stage a delivery-system surprise at your next shower. Instead of a stork cake, present a baby-toting pterodactyl created using a Partysaurus Pan cake and our stork patterns.
Create a 3-D cake that doubles as your centerpiece! (If you don?t have the Jack-O-Lantern pan you can use a Sports Ball cake, trimmed and shaped.)
Ahoy Mate! Ye best serve this cake at your next party, or ye walk the plank. A fondant scarf, gold earring, and eye patch complete the look of this pirate face.
Your time together flies by when you are A Perfect Fit! Surrounded by fondant hearts and celebrating the joys of being together, this cake is a perfect fit for an anniversary or Valentine?s Day celebration.
Blessings Bestowed on this day are jewels to cherish forever! A mosaic of brightly colored piping gel squares provides eye-catching contrast to this otherwise all-white cake design.
How sweet is this honey bee cake! From his make-ahead wings to his licorice antennae, this is one bee you?ll want at your party. The Mini Stand-Up Bear pan is sized to serve one so you?ll want to add extra members of the hive!
Invite man?s best friend to your next party. This heart-shaped cake can be custom-colored to match your pet. Vary the rolled fondant ears and features for a one-of-a kind creation.
Party guests will tell A Tall Tale after eating this cake. Use the megasaurus pan to create a cake that features a giraffe feasting on a meal of icing leaves.
This cake started off as Noah?s Ark but is now left with only two fishermen and two fish. They?re planning an all-day voyage but will their parchment sail withstand choppy waters? Their wives want to know!