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These three graduates are thrilled to be at the head of the class! Be sure to change the features on our Class of the Century cake to resemble the guest of honor and his best buddies.
What a novel way to keep the graduation memories alive! Create an individual locker for each party guest using the Mini Loaf Pan. Use Graduation Icing Decorations and Jumbo Star Sprinkles for quick decorations. You can even use it for back-to-school treats by changing the icing decorations to a school theme.
This confident graduate is ready to stand on her own two feet and celebrate. Make cupcakes in Silly-Feet! Silicone Baking Cups and pipe a buttercream icing mound for head. Make mortarboard, hands and tassel with tinted fondant. Two thumbs up for a super accomplishment!
Happy graduate is certainly In the Glee Club today with this graduation cake. Use the school colors for the cap and tassel to earn extra credit for your efforts!
Show your graduate he or she is on top. This bobbling topper is a fun way to celebrate!
Why confine your cupcakes to one spring color? With the Color Swirl Three-Color Coupler, you can combine cool blue and teal hues with white to cover cupcakes with a bracing blast of colorful buttercream icing.
What a refreshing treat for the grad! Just fill the Graduate Pan with strawberry gelatin, let chill 1 1/2 hours. Stir coarsely chopped strawberries and whisked whipped topping and let set. Outline with softened cream cheese and garnish with strawberries and blueberry eyes.
Celebrate graduation with cupcakes in school colors topped with iced cookies. Just tint some of the cake batter and use Two-Tone Cupcake Pan Set to make two-color cupcakes. The Color Flow iced cookies can be decorated with the graduation year or graduate's name or ice them in the school colors.
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