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Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Binghamton Bearcats!

This was a graduation cake for Tim who just graduated from Binghamton University. I used my Cricut to cut out the letters and I cut out the bearcat with an X-acto knife. This was a vanilla cake with chocolate fudge filling.


  1. Looks yummy. Congratulations to your son.
    Stop over for my anniversary give away

  2. That looks great! I'm your newest follower from MBC!


  3. Beautiful cake, Allison. I love your comment about missing your commenters...the blog world is fickle like that...

    So, of course, I HAD to come comment. Hope they come back soon.

  4. Looks like you're off to a great start with the Cricut Cake! Is it easy to use? I read some bad reviews about it but I saw a video demo and it looks pretty simple. What are the pros and cons? Maybe I'll ask Santa to bring me one! Keep up the good work! :o)

  5. What a beautiful cake!! OMgoodness..I was just looking at the Cricut Cake yesterday at Michaels and I was just ooooohing and awwwing...I just bought an edible printer and a kopykake last week, so I am not getting this anytime soon. I am looking forward to seeing creations with it!! Your cakes are beautiful!!

  6. Thank you!
    @Alyssa...thank you for the comment :-)
    @Loren...The Cricut Cake is hard to get used to. Fondant and gum paste has to be frozen before it gets cut or it stretches too much. That part of it is a pain and is super time consuming. I'm learning that I need to get several mats so I always have one ready. It's just a matter of getting used to how it works. I just bought sugarveil to use in it. I'll let you know how that works.'s too bad we dont live You could borrow my Cricut and I'd use your printer. That's my next investment and I cannot wait!

  7. This cake was for my brother's graduation. It really looked amazing. (Tasted even better!)