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Where can I get a Simpsons Birthday cake?

(15 Posts)
unicorn Mon 09-May-05 19:01:18

with Bart, not just Homer? (Tesco have the Homer one)

DD Wants one for her 6th birthday (on Thursday!!), but is being rather specific!

compo Mon 09-May-05 19:03:05

Asda might have one. Or you could order one here

MarsLady Mon 09-May-05 19:05:20


unicorn Mon 09-May-05 19:05:55

ta compo- will try Asda.

I am not paying 65 pound for a cake@@!

wordgirl Mon 09-May-05 19:08:41

We had one last year but I can't remember if it was from M&S or Sainsbury's but I'm pretty sure it was one of the two.

compo Mon 09-May-05 19:09:35

ooh sorry didn't look at the prices, just googled!!!

unicorn Wed 11-May-05 21:36:14

Well I am still on the hunt...Safeway/Sainsbury/Sommerfield and M+S so far (Asda is last resort as it isn't very handy)

Don't suppose anyone has actually seen a Bart.. (or even better...Lisa) cake in stock anywhere have you?

DD has her 6th birthday tomorrow (can't believe it- where does that time go etc etc?!!)- but the party is on Sunday.

Janh Wed 11-May-05 21:37:12

Have you tried a local bakery, unicorn? They might be able to get a transfer to stick on an ordinary cake?

MarsLady Wed 11-May-05 21:51:45

pretty convinced that I've seen it in M&S. If your local store doesn't have one they have the numbers of other stores that might. I hope you find one.

unicorn Wed 11-May-05 21:54:38

cheers - now why didn't I think of that!!?
I shall just call M+S, instead of trudging around!!!

otherwise yep transfer is a good idea.

ta v much, oh wise ones!

Evesmama Wed 11-May-05 22:16:32

look in yellow pages for cake decorators.
i got a dora one for dd's 2nd birthday, they can do the actual shape or a 'photo' on top.hth

p.s 14 in sq one was £15.

Aero Wed 11-May-05 22:19:30

Try calling Sainsburys too. I have seen this cake somewhere!

unicorn Sat 14-May-05 09:52:13

nded up with homer cake...
asda said they had a Bart - but got it wrong.
ho hum

MarsLady Sat 14-May-05 10:04:57

I'm sorry honey. I had such hopes for M&S.

unicorn Sun 15-May-05 15:57:32

honestly I worry about stuff like this for absolutely NO reason!!

DD has just had her party (very enjoyable - for her!)- and the Homer cake passed off without incident!!!!!!

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