Toy Story Cake

by Kimberly Rivers
(Falkville, Alabama)

Toy Story Cake

Toy Story Cake

This cake was baked for my grandson's third birthday.

I found a picture of Woody and Bulleye's on in the internet.

I put the picture under Saran Wrap and outlined it in black icing. I let this set for about 10 minutes. Then I filled it in with a thinner icing. I then put it in freezer for about 30 minutes.

Next, I covered the entire back with white icing. I put it back into the freezer until I was ready to use. Then I pulled off the Saran Wrap and turned it over very carefully and put it on the cake.

Finally, I piped a border around the picture.

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Feb 16, 2008
Good idea!
by: Debbie

I never would have thought to use saran wrap that way, I'll try this the next time I need a picture on a cake. What a Great Idea!

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