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Pomp and Circumstance never tasted so sweet. Celebrate your special graduate’s new chapter in life with this bookish graduation cake. Use either the boy or girl graduate Shape-N-Amaze 3-D character to top your cake.
Mini Wonder Mold and Mini Doll Picks work in tandem to create this 3-D cake. Even beginners will be able to add the beautiful gown of easy-to-pipe icing stars!
Birthday gals feel special when they spy this so-pretty kitty perched atop a 2-layer cake pedestal. Use fondant letters shaped with our A-B-C and 1-2-3 Cutter Set to add names, ages and message.
Declare her queen for the day. Customize a Crown Pan cake by using icings tinted with the celebrant’s favorite colors and by adding personalized messages and meaningful symbols.
Favorite personalities start by creating pops using the Wilton Silicone Boy Mold.
Pull out all the stops and hit all the exciting spots for this colorful first birthday cake. Baking this first birthday cake is a simple matter when you use our shaped #1 Pan.
Cuter than any bug in the fanciest rug, this angelic creature casts a charming spell. Turn a Mini Stand-up Bear Pan cake into a pretty pixie with piped-icing and fondant details and parchment paper wings.
School’s out for summer! Celebrate the season by outfitting a 10 in. x 2 in. Round Pan cake with fondant features and sunglasses shaped using our patterns.
Create your own edible family tree! Our Sugar Sheets! make the perfect outfits for your boy or girl-shaped cookies.
Think “Far out!” and build a flower-powered vehicle around a 3-D Cruiser Pan cake. Carry the cake to reunion-tour concerts or serve it Woodstock anniversary celebrations.
Baking Her First Birthday Cake is a simple matter when you use our shaped #1 Pan. The royal icing drop flowers are made ahead of time so party day is less hectic. (See His First Birthday Cake for a design made for little boys.)
Here's a real retro ride, perfect for today's birthday girls or baby boomers who want to take a spin into the past. Watch our online video.
Piped royal icing flowers and heart-shaped antennae turn a Lady Bug Pan cake into one very sweet beetle. Serve this pretty confection anytime gal pals (no matter their ages) gather.
Accessorize your next girlfriend gathering with a flower-powered clutch. Use a variety of our decorating tips to create a lively interplay of textures and forms atop a Purse Pan cake.
The whole team will rally around this cake that Cheers for the Birthday Girl. Fondant covered cake is decorated using fondant cut-outs and piped icing details. Twisted fondant ropes make a quick border.
Quilt a baby blanket. Use Cutter/Embosser to cut 3 in. quilt squares from light and dark fondants. Use mini cutters to cut out center designs in one light square and one dark square. Switch same-shape centers for a two-tone inlay effect. Repeat until there’s enough squares to cover a Sheet Pan cake.
Hit it out of the park with these fun, baseball-inspired cake ball pops. Dipped in delicious Candy Melts candy, create the features using tinted Wilton Ready-To-Use Rolled Fondant.
Invite festive-shaped gingerbread boy and girl pops to your holiday celebration. Individual treats are fun to make, easy to serve...and eat!
A pretty princess rides happily into the sunset! Use piped-icing details to convert a Princess Carriage Pan cake into a vivacious vehicle.