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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.
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.
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.)
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.
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.
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!
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.
A pretty princess rides happily into the sunset! Use piped-icing details to convert a Princess Carriage Pan cake into a vivacious vehicle.
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.
Favorite personalities start by creating pops using the Wilton Silicone Boy Mold.
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.
Pint-sized cutie is Having a Growth Spurt! 3-D cake is surrounded by a garden full of cupcakes, each topped by a pretty flower-shaped candy.
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.
A Teen Doll Pick pops out to share best wishes. After piping lovely zigzag garlands, rosettes and shell borders around the cakes, add Tip 366 pull-out leaves around the doll pick’s base to create a torn-paper effect.
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.
Hello Kitty Icing Decorations take to the friendly skies, via cookie airplanes created using our pattern and royal icing details.
Invite festive-shaped gingerbread boy and girl pops to your holiday celebration. Individual treats are fun to make, easy to serve...and eat!
Serve pocketbook petit fours at any girly-girl gathering. Trim Mini Loaf Pan cakes and cut shapes from a Sheet Pan cake with Round and Heart Comfort Grip Cutters to create purse forms.
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.