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I could use the top half of my giant cupcake pan to make the dress and use any doll or make one! Disney's Frozen Elsa doll cake made with an Ombre Rosette skirt for a Frozen birthday party

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30 Incredibly Beautiful Gold Wedding Cakes

From art deco designs to ombre and pretty flowers, these gold cakes are too pretty for words.

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Fudgy Oreo Brownies

Fudgy Oreo Brownies - Deliciously thick and fudgy brownies that are chocolatey rich, and loaded with Oreo cookies - the perfect indulgent treat!

Simple and classy - not my usual Christmas style, but it's rather lovely!

Image viaSimple and classy - not my usual Christmas style, but it's rather lovely!Image viaHoliday Snow Globe Cake -- put a fishbowl on your cake! so simple!

Factor Children’s Birthday Cakes That Will Blow Your Mind

Factor Children’s Birthday Cakes That Will Blow Your Mind

Sprinkle Ice Cream Bowls: Who needs a cone when you eat a SPRINKLE Ice Cream Bowl?!

Twist of Taste- Collard Greens Juice You might be more accustomed to eating your collard greens with grilled chicken or chopping them up in a salad, but

How To: Make A Disney Frozen Princess Cake

How To: Make A Disney Frozen Princess Cake. The girls demonstrating may be silly and some of the comments mention that this type of cake has been around for years but I enjoyed the demonstration and having the idea brought to mind.

My 16 year old daughter wanted not just any Olaf cake but a floating, life sized head version for her birthday! I found some snaps on google and with a lot of Rice Krispies set about making the head so it was light as possible. I had to get handy and drill through the cake boards for the wooden dowels to ensure he stayed in place. She was thrilled with it.....it wasn't eaten for days as she loved it too much!

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My 16 year old daughter wanted not just any Olaf cake but a floating, life sized head version for her birthday! I found some snaps on google and with a lot of Rice Krispies set about making the head so it was light as possible. I had to get handy and drill through the cake boards for the wooden dowels to ensure he stayed in place. She was thrilled with it.....it wasn't eaten for days as she loved it too much!

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