Halloween II

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What kind of cake should i make?

In a few months I will be entering a cake contest, but i can’t decide how I’m going to decorate it, so if you can send me pictures, ideas, anything that will help I would love that.

BTW: It’s a cake contest for Halloween/Fall.

9 Responses to What kind of cake should i make?

  • Miz Lamb says:

    http://www.wilton.com for cake decorating ideas. They will be getting out their fall ideas now. Or you can go the newsstands and find the Wilton Cake Decorating Annual for this year and read through it. I have used it for years and have about 40 of these magazines stashed in my recipe shelves.

  • Ally says:

    it is up to you

  • ? Lolipop Lolipop? says:

    German Chocolate……mmm. yum!

  • Mark W says:

    how bout a grave yard theme

  • Miss.Sw33tSunshine says:

    how about a vampire or frankenstein scene or like an adams family theme????? or if you want to make it cute, like a little pumpkin theme?

    sorry, haha i dont have much ideas, if i think of more, i will edit later…

    — – — —— — —— —- – – ———— — —- — ————————-
    – vampire
    -pumpkin (not that original, but hey!)
    – ghost (same with this one)
    – adams family!
    – autumn leaves
    – mummy
    – frankenstein familiy (frankestein, frankenbride, frankenchild, and frankendog!!!)

    good luck!

  • Alyssa says:

    chocolate cake is always good. i would put some store bought halloween candies on it,like those little pumpkins and stuff.you could always do a classic halloween theme which is like cruched up chocolate wafers as dirt with gummie worms. heres a great website i found: http://www.coolest-birthday-cakes.com/halloween-cake.html.
    hope i helped! ,good luck 🙂

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  • Anna says:

    Type in halloween cakes into google search and search images when the results come up.

  • Sugs says:

    The idea is for you to come up with ideas and not someone else’s or they should be the one winning. Sure you already know the fall colors and just use your Imagination. Try practicing ahead.

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