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Castles and Crown Cake Recipes for your Princess

If you've been baking cakes and cupcakes decorated as castles, crowns, and magic wands — share them here.

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Cinderella cake
Photo by: BethelBunch
Derby,
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Princess Birthday cake!
Photo by: nyzmommy224
marydel, MD
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The Little Mermaid
Photo by: jacksparrow112800
Statesboro, GA
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Princess castle birthday cake
Photo by: Kmp6180
Philadelphia, PA
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Disney Villians & Princess' Castle Cake
Photo by: BigMamaFolk
Houston, TX
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enchanted forest
Photo by: samanthabeller
phoenix, AZ
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Colleen's Cake for Gracie 2008
Photo by: colleenlockwood
Fort Worth, TX,
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Princess Deslyn's Castle Cake
Photo by: DesireeSlater
Wapp. Falls, NY
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Cupcake Tiara Tower
Photo by: krauses93
Bloomfield, MI
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Tips for Taking a Great Photo:
  • Avoid clutter. Keep the background simple -- your cake is the star!
  • Daytime, natural light is best. If your area is bright enough, try taking the photo without the flash. To brighten up your space for non-flash photos,
  • You can use a silver platter or other reflective surface under your cake.
  • Try shooting your cake at a slight angle to give it a sense of depth and perspective. Find the most interesting element and make it a focal point.
  • Upload a horizontal photo. If you crop the image on your computer, make sure you keep a landscape 4:3 aspect ratio.
  • For best results, make your image 1200x900 (or "save for web").
  • With a digital camera, you can take as many photos as possible and choose the best one. Have fun!