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Ginger P. from St. George, Utah

cute teddy bear baby cake with colorful blanket

I made this teddy bear cake for a friend's baby shower. She decorated the baby's room with teddy bears so I thought this would make a fun centerpiece. I used Wilton's cuddly teddy bear mold and used a yellow cake and a pound cake mix. Decorating it was the best part! The fur tip was really fun to use. The blanket is made out of fondant. I decorated it with different frosting design tips to make it look like a baby quilt. Everyone at the baby shower loved it.

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Michelle W. from Gainesville, Virginia

smiling brown teddy bear blanket cake

This is a baby shower cake I created for a teddy bear themed shower for a girl. I wanted to make something special that included some of baby's things like the baby booties, blanket, pacifier bottle and most importantly the teddy bear! I baked 2 11x15 inch cakes (1 yellow and 1 chocolate) and then placed them next to one another and iced it as one giant sheet cake in pink buttercream with a buttercream ruffles on the sides.

Next I baked a cake in a teddy bear shaped pan and decorated it with a decorating tip (normally used for the look of grass) to create the look of fur on the bear. I then colored with food coloring some rolled fondant and rolled it out to design a blanket, cutting wavy edges with a paring knife. Using a heart shaped cookie cutter and another decorating tip, I was able to make imprints like embroidery on the blanket. Next I hand poured white chocolate (some of it colored pink) into baby themed molds to create the booties, pacifier, baby blocks, bottle and other accessories. Everything is edible! The mom to be absolutely loved this cake and I loved making it for this joyous event.

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Patty J. from Lapeer, Michigan

mommy and baby teddy bear block baby shower cake
closeup of baby teddy bear cake sitting next to baby block cake

Instructions for cake located here.

closeup of larger teddy bear cake with pacifier

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Cindy V. from Frederick, MD

pink purple and white baby shower cake closeup of baby sleepeing on a pink a purple blanket cake pink and purple flondant bow on baby cake

This cake was for a family member. I came up with the idea on my own. We didn't have a theme for the shower, but we knew it was a girl. This is an 11x15 sheet cake with a 6 inch round cake in the corner. I baked and frosted the cakes with butter cream icing, then covered with Satin Ice fondant. Before you stack the cakes, you must put wooden dowels under the smaller cake so that is doesn't sink into the cake underneath. All of the decorations are made out of gum paste. They are all free hand, I did not use any molds. For the quilt I cut out squares of gum paste and then glued (gum paste powder and water) them to a piece of cardboard. After placing the quilt onto the top layer I piped royal icing beads around it.

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Christy P. from Tucson, Arizona

teddy and pink blue and yellow blanket cake

This is a 3 tier with mini teddy bear baby cake I made. The sex of baby was unknown.

This vanilla mini bear cake was covered in white fondant. The bottom layer is a 10 inch chocolate cake iced with white buttercream. The middle layer is an 8 inch vanilla cake filled with lemon filling - iced with white buttercream. The top layer is strawberry cake filled with fresh strawberries - iced with white buttercream frosting.

The decorations were made from Wilton's pastel color fondant. The blue on sides are circles cut in half and placed around cake with buttercream piping. The buttons are small circles. Letters were cut out with metal cutters.

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Andrea from Eastvale, CA

blue teddy bears and polka dot baby cake

I made this cake for a baby boy. It is a stacked cake with chocolate, buttercream filling and frosting. All of the accents including the characters were made from fondant.

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