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Sculpted Dog Cake
Sculpted Dog Cake
Elisa Strauss
Every dog has its day, so make your next celebration truly fetching with cake designer Elisa Strauss!
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Create gravity-defying cakes for legendary parties using a sturdy, versatile structure! Learn to carve, sculpt, cover and decorate custom unicorn cakes.
Kaysie Lackey
Kaysie Lackey
Rawwr! With Catherine Ruehle's help, learn to design, carve and decorate a fantastic dinosaur cake. You better eat it before it eats you!
Catherine Ruehle
Catherine Ruehle
Learn accessible techniques for creating a customizable dragon cake that transforms ordinary events into unforgettable parties!
Heather  Sherman
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