Can you spot the difference? Hamm had to replace Slinky Dog who went overboard.
This amazing cake was created by Elizabeth Stevens
Early scripts for Toy Story featured a Barbie Doll in a prominent role as Woody’s love interest. The original ending sequence, in which Buzz and Woody chase the moving truck, was scripted to have Barbie drive her Corvette off the truck and rescue Woody and Buzz from Sid’s dog, a-la Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton) in Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991). Mattel, the company that owns the Barbie character, declined on the basis that they thought the film would be a failure and that they didn’t want Barbie to have a defined personality, preferring to let children imagine Barbie’s personality traits on their own. Thus, Barbie was dropped from the script, and her character was reworked into that of Bo-Peep. When the film proved a huge success, Mattel did allow Barbie to appear in Toy Story 2 & 3. (IMDB)
This wonderful cake was created by Nesrin Tong
The animation team perfected the movement of the toy soldiers by gluing some sneakers to a sheet of wood and trying to walk around with them on. (IMDB)
This cute cake was baked by Dragonfly
In Cars, Lightning McQueen seeks the sponsorship of Dinoco, which is the name of the gas station at which Woody and Buzz get lost in Toy Story. (Pixar Wiki)
I love this Mr. Potato Head. The first time I saw this picture, I thought it was a toy, not an edible figure. This great cake was created by Sugar Siren.
That is an amazing cake. My twin sons wanted toy trucks for their birthday and a bob the builder cake. Mine sucked compared to these and I tried so hard. They loved em though. Thank God they’re only three or they probably wouldn’t have been so impressed with dad’s baking abilities.
Cool! I also made a Bob the Builder birthday cake for my son when he was three.