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No fumbles here! Jenee D. of Phenix City, Ala., scored a touchdown with this winning football cake – the grin on her little fan's face says it all.
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Charmed, I'm sure. Krissie G. of Arima, Trinidad amp Tobago, gave her pink and blue castle cake the royal treatment, down to the frosting-adorned turrets.
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We're sure the party went swimmingly. Jennifer B. of Stouffville, Ontario, crafted this adorable fondant fish – from The Cat in the Hat – that's almost too cute to eat.
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THE RIGHT DIRECTION
No doubt squeals were involved when these One Direction cookies by Carla F. hit the stage, um, table.
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James and his friends must have had a blast digging into this edible work zone (check out those marshmallow boulders!) by Sara of Minneapolis, Minn. How many little builders did that take?
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A Halloween birthday is double cause for celebration. Jenna K. of Westmoorings, Trinidad, got a little scary with her sugar art, though the eerie trio of the pumpkin, haunted house and graveyard is more treat than trick.
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TASTE THE RAINBOW
It may look like a traditional chocolate layer cake from the outside, but the colorful stripes inside will produce smiles all around. Even more important – it's delish! "It was best cake in my life," says Keta of Tbilisi, Ga.
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TOP OF THE POPS
Could dessert on a stick be any cooler? Janet M. of Bloomfield, N.J., jazzed up her cake pops for little partygoers with a sprinkling of bright colored sugar.
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TICKLE ME HAPPY
A Sesame Street birthday is a classic choice, especially when Elmo makes an appearance. Mary M. of Hement, Calif,. made Noah’s day with well wishes from his furry little friend.