Here's The Real Story Behind This "Terrible" Elsa Cake Everyone Was Sharing
The much-mocked creation was the work of a charity that makes cakes for sick children.
By Sophie Gadd

A volunteer for the charity Icing Smiles posted this response on Facebook, commenting:

“My heart broke for the baker because I know how much of herself she puts into her donations. My heart broke for the family should they come across the posts because it may take from their joy of receiving the gift. It broke for our team whose extraordinary efforts were used in this way. Our Sugar Angel wasn’t commissioned to copy Shawna’s work, she was asked for a Frozen cake for a sick child and she did just that.”

The nonprofit organisation creates cakes and other treats for families impacted by the critical illness of a child. The charity’s website says that its goal is “to create a custom cake for the ill child, or their sibling, that provides a temporary escape from worry and creates a positive memory during a difficult time”.



G | 8 min | Animation, Short, Adventure | 13 March 2015 (USA)

Ratings: 7.3/10 from 2,506 users Reviews: 24 user | 13 critic

On Anna’s birthday, Elsa and Kristoff are determined to give her the best celebration ever, but Elsa’s icy powers may put more than just the party at risk.

Directors: Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee

Writers: Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee, 1 more credit

Stars: Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff

Frozen Fever  Frozen Fever (2015)


G  |  8 min  |  Animation, Short, Adventure  |  13 March 2015 (USA)
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Ratings: 7.3/10 from 2,648 users  
Reviews: 24 user | 13 critic

On Anna’s birthday, Elsa and Kristoff are determined to give her the best celebration ever, but Elsa’s icy powers may put more than just the party at risk.

Directors: Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee
Writers: Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee, 1 more credit »
Stars: Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff | See full cast and crew »


Sooo… A follower told me that she had seen my crossover work being mentioned in a Swedish teen magazine (a magazine that I grew up reading, none the less), and I was like “yeah, I wish”, but then I was like “but what if…?”. Called my brother, gave him a task, he came to visit and lore and behold, it was true! (*_*)

I do make a weird face whenever I remember that the article makes it seem like I only work with Disney movies (especially because Jack Frost is included here, LOL), but who am I to complain?! This is too cool!! <3 

((Så jäkla spännande!! Men jag kan inte läsa/se på tidningen utan att rodna!))

(MY ROUGH) TRANSLATION: “The YouTube user The Nameless Doll is a Swedish/Finnish film student whom edits together short videos, creating new versions of already existing Disney movies. Sometimes she creates a new film and story by blending together two different Disney-moives, and other times she shows how she makes a video. Check out her channel, you will not be disappointed!” 

anonymous asked:

Why do u like Anna? Elsa steals the show

B/c Anna is cute

Originally posted by snowelsaofarendelle

Funny af 

Originally posted by olafthefrozensnowman

A great dancer

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Originally posted by drag0ns-are-cool

Bad ass

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And Perfect

Originally posted by dreamberks

She literally risked her life just to bring her sister home, sacrificed her own survival to keep her sister safe, and sucker-punched her abusive ex. Also she threw a flaming bedroll at wolves and smacked them with a lute, all while looking cute af. How can you not love Anna?

Why the  original disney princesses are better feminist icons than Queen Elsa.

Snow White. 

She’s able to stay strong when her psychopathic stepmom is after her because she’s more beauitful in appearance than her. She manages to keep a smile on her face, and keep a positive outlook on life and she just keeps on going and doesn’t let the fact that she almost died and she’s being hunted down by her dangerous and creepy stepmom stress her out, or worry her. She just keeps on rolling on. Snow is naive, though she helps out with the most strongest of love in her heart. 


Cinderella is a abuse survivor, if you don’t think that is strong, you need to quickly think again. She also comes out of the abusive home, compassionate and good-natured, she doesn’t let her step families abuse affect or damage her. Usually a story, just like Cinderella’s would be used for a sympathetic villian backstory, though Cinderella doesn’t let her horrible domestic life destroy her. Cinderella is a survivor.


Despite not knowing and being completely clueless about her past and who real identity, hidden from her- and suddenly being told this real identity, and that she must bewed a royal prince, she’s able to carry this heavy weight on her shoulders, and not break or collapse. Yes, she cries, but crying is not a weakness. Aurora is able to deal with being a princess and a forced marriage to who she thinks at the time a stranger, like a warrior, she’s able to stay strong during the most terrible moments in her life. 


She sings a nice song about being free, though she’s completely terrible towards her sister by refusing to rush towards her aid when she strikes her in the chest with her ice magic, and summons a ice giant after her and her guide. She never worries about her sister when she’s in jail, not one moment is her wondering if her younger sibling is safe and ok. She runs away instead of dealing with things, or trying to logically work things out with her people and castle staff. She planned to just run around in circles or something forever ?! Yes, Snow did run away once, but after she realized that she should calm down, and try and find a safe place with food, water and a bed asap. Snow thought things through, she didn’t run around in circles, like a lunatic. Elsa doesn’t have a moment of strength, it’s just faux feminism, like a illusion, like a flashy magical show that tricks the audience into fooling that something complicated is happening, when he’s just doing a simple novice trick. Elsa does a flashy show and dance, and changes costume into a sexy outfit and struts towards the audience with faux confidence, and then slams the door on the audience with a Dreamworks Face smirk. Though, it’s all lies, Elsa is not a strong feminist character. Anna would be more closely matching that role, not fully, but at least Anna does something, she tries, she makes a effort, a attempt. Where does Elsa ever say that she’s going to at least try and battle what’s trying to beat her down ? To try and be a good role model for children ? Never. Elsa lets her demons slowly defeat her to the cold icy ground. Elsa is just fortunate that the sister she treated so shitty, is sympathetic and saves her from everything, even though she treated her like she was just a obnoxious brat that’s clueless. Elsa should be apologizing towards her kingdom, people, and sister- though instead she just creates a childish ice skating ring. If I lived in Arendelle, I would be taking the next boat to 1845 disney verse Canada. Maybe Brother Bear, a much better sibling movie is happening at that time.

  • Anna:What did you get for Elsa?
  • Kristoff:A new wineglass, a briefcase with her name branded on it, her favorite tea imported from India, and a box of chocolate caramels.
  • Anna:Well, how did you know she wanted all that?
  • Kristoff:Because last week she said to us, “For my birthday, I’d really like a new wineglass, a briefcase with my name branded on it, my favorite tea from India, and a box of chocolate caramels.”
  • Anna:What was I doing when she said that?
  • Kristoff:Staring at her.

Can we stay with you?
I am never leaving you again!
NO, NO, HIM! We mean him..

Don’t laugh, Frost.

Jelsa as Clawen ( + Kristanna Children ) in Jurassic World AU_(:3

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