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This locker-shaped graduation cake goes a long way to creating a unique way to say congratulations. With traditional locker “decorations” and realistic looking locker doors, your graduate won’t soon forget this symbol of 4 years of success.
This colorful crayon design will draw lots of attention at a birthday party! Make the crayons using a rainbow of light and bright Sugar Sheets! colors.
Hot roll mix, baked and shaped using our Topping Off Success Pan, is the foundation of this Grad Cap Sandwich. It’s big enough to share but hungry seniors may mean you’ll need still more than one!
The sky’s the limit for this lucky graduate! Graduation Mindset cake urges them to reach for the stars as they journey out into the world.
Come September, your teens and tweens will find themselves Booked For Another Year. Here we’ve covered a long loaf cake with fondant and decorated it with fondant students, books and lockers to complete the back to school experience!
It’s a class reunion on this fun yearbook cake, made in our Book Pan! Create the custom faces with rolled fondant and add names and messages with FoodWriter Edible Color Markers.
Treat the graduate to an Honor Roll Scroll Graduation Cake. The cap, diploma and curls, as well as the attached side strips, are made of fondant. Looking for something girlier? Use a different shape for your Graduation cakes or use 3 shades of her school colors!
This school house is really rocking. Happy gingerbread children are outside frolicking with snowmen and dancing around decorated trees. The roof is trimmed with striped gum and royal icing icicles.
It’s a day that celebrates the height of accomplishments. Why not make a graduation cake equally as impressive? This 3-tiered graduation cake features fondant graduates on every level.
This schoolhouse is rocking! Build it with five stacked cakes and a cookie pop message that shouts the excitement from the rooftop.
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!
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.
Well here’s smart thinking at its best! Make candy pops that look like the graduates themselves. Fill Round Cookie Treat Pan with candy for face. Position Comfort Grip™ Square Crinkle Cutter on cookie sheet and fill with candy for mortarboards. Make tassels from fruit slice jelly candies.