Sunday, September 26, 2010

Woody (Toy Story) Cake



My daughter, Ruth, and I made this Woody cake for a customer this weekend. Everything is edible except the hat and Woody.




All three layers are frosted with buttercream. We used fondant for the cow print, rope, belt & buckle and the star.

Hope you had a Happy 3rd Birthday, Conner!!


11 comments:

  1. This cake is really great. I love it. There are not a lot of good Toy Story cakes out there.

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  2. Thank you for the comment, Shawna! This is my most looked at cake right now! I did a smaller Toy Story cake with a big #1 cookie on top in January of this year.

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  3. ashley hendricksonMay 8, 2011 at 7:58 PM

    my son is wanting a woody cake for his 3rd bday....is this cake really hard to make..i have NEVER done it before, please email me back at ashhendrickson@carolina.rr.com if you could...thanks sooo much!

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  4. I LOVE this cake and I'm going to try to make it for my son next week for his 3rd birthday. This is all new to me, but I am tired of paying people to make me cakes that fall apart before I serve them. : ( Any tips?

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  5. Just allow yourself plenty of time, and do all your fondant add-ons ahead of time! Good luck and let me know how it goes!

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  6. I am going to try this cake for my grandsons 2nd birthday this weekend. I have made a lot of cakes but I am certainly not a professional. My daughter is doubting me but I think this looks easy. Is it? It sure us sharp.
    Karla

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  7. Hi Karla, Thanks for stopping by! It's not a hard cake. Basically just your normal 3 tier cake with details!! Good luck!

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  8. Tricia, can you tell me what size pans you used? Also are they single layer pans doubled?
    karla

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  9. Hi Karla, I used 6", 8" and 10" pans. All three tiers are two layers.

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  10. Hi, I wanted to know if you could please tell me how did you do your bandana cake board?

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  11. Hi Annette,
    I used a new bandana and stapled it to a wood cake board.

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