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Lolabelle Fri 07-Sep-07 20:08:09

Birthday this weekend and been soooo crap and my dd1 really, really wants a Disney Cars birthday cake and i am the worst cake maker ever and would die at the thought of making that particular one anyway, even Cars adornments would be ok i guess as i could stick them on a shop bought choc cake or something but surely someone makes a Disney Cars cake??? Any help would be so so appreciated as she would be so made up!

Clayhead Fri 07-Sep-07 20:12:24

M&S used to do them.

Toothyboy Fri 07-Sep-07 20:13:09

Ds1 had one from Tesco in April - I think they still do them.

Lolabelle Fri 07-Sep-07 20:15:18

God i feel a huge ring round coming on - the thin is every damn website for supermarkets make you register as a customer before browsing and i've got passwords and logins coming out of me ears but i can get to a tesco or an m&s in theory if dh babysits dd1 and weeny ds. just want to know what places i can narrow one down to!

pobletsmum Fri 07-Sep-07 20:19:22

We got one from M&S late May. Probably best to ring before you go, just in case they've sold out.

chacha3 Fri 07-Sep-07 20:20:00

asda was there today

MerlinsBeard Fri 07-Sep-07 20:21:10

sainsbo and tesco do them with lightening mcqueen and mater on

Lolabelle Fri 07-Sep-07 20:23:36

one in asda today?? I am so grateful i will find an asda if it kills me! I checked tesco online but when typing in disney cars nothing came up but i guess a good look is in order! dh has just decided to tell me he has to work this weekend so i have a 3 yr old & 3 month old joining me in this search AND i have to make sure the 3 yr old doesn't see it. Thanks darling hubby...

popsycal Fri 07-Sep-07 20:27:30


my mum made ds1 a cake - plain cakes, red icing
printed out cars characters, covered them which plastic stuff, stuck then on cocktail sticks and into the cake

he loved it

Lolabelle Fri 07-Sep-07 20:33:13

well when i thought dh might actually not work one weekend i was planning to do something if i couldn't find one but now i have two very high maintenance children with zero help i'm thinking 100% shop bought all the way!!

pobletsmum Fri 07-Sep-07 21:47:05

I still say ring before you go, even if it's ASDA. They might reserve one for you.

LyraBelacqua Fri 07-Sep-07 21:49:20

I've seen Lightning McQueen ones in Sainsbury's. DS1 nearly chose it but opted for Bart Simpson at the last minute.

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