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Mickey mouse wedding cake

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I would like to make the mickey mouse wedding cake that was on unwraped.

The problem is I cannot find a mickey stamp. Can anyone give me suggestions

to use an alternative for the mickey stamp. Some other mickey silhouette ?

post #2 of 7

First you need to get permission from Disney . . .

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post #3 of 7

Do you still need permission if you are not selling this but are making this for yourself?
 

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Do you still need permission if you are not selling this but are making this for yourself?

If the cake will be publicly displayed (e.g. at a venue instead of being served at home) you still need permission.
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Plus, Disney just isn't a company you mess with. They have people surfing the web just looking for copyright violators.
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post #6 of 7

Ok here's my thoughts on the subject of Disney, the bully-boy copyright kings.

 

If I had a grandkid that wanted a Disney cake. No amount of legal mumbo jumbo would keep me from my appointed task. Chain me up! Guilty as charged!!!!

 

But not for a client, not for a webpage, not for money, not for nobody else.

 

I just recently worked for a mall cookie store. Where there was a Disney store upstairs. People would come asking if we did Disney and ask in sucha way that I knew they had been turned down previously probably more than once even.

 

The store did them. I did not do them. But the store did.

 

So big judgement call. But this is where I stand on it.

one baker's never ever do is the next baker's 'i swear by this'
 
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one baker's never ever do is the next baker's 'i swear by this'
 
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If I had a grandkid that wanted a Disney cake. No amount of legal mumbo jumbo would keep me from my appointed task. Chain me up! Guilty as charged!!!!
As long as you don't sell or transfer the cake to someone else or publicly display the cake (including posting pictures of said cake online) you should be fine.
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