This Star Wars-themed cake sets itself apart from all of the others that I’ve seen thanks to a blinking LED that takes the place of the planet-destroying laser. The rest of it is edible, from the base to the to TIE Fighters.
Check out Jennifer Landa’s fancy Death Star dress, that comes complete with galaxy tights and a TIE Interceptor serre-tête. I’m sure all Star Wars fans are going a bit loony over this, and I have to say that it looks pretty good.
Yes, you read that right. This is an authentic recreation from LEGO of the Death Star from Star Wars. This means that you can go to a store and buy this kit, which includes over 3,800 pieces, and start building your own Death Star.
The Death Star plans may not be in the main computer, but it does look like they are floating around Raleigh, North Carolina these days. I spotted the first of these mysterious photos over on Flickr and they sure make it look like a junior Death Star is under construction in the heart of the Southern city.
Yeah, we too thought Darth Vader was building the Death Star as a weapon of mass intergalactic destruction. Turns out the Death Star was actually built to do something much more important – to protect the Empire’s delicious cookies.
Remember the Death Star? That ultimate weapon of doom that was part of the main plot in the original Star Wars movies? Well, this Christmas, how about making a small and cute version out of LEGO bricks for your Christmas tree?
Pastry Jedi/awesome baker/awesomer mom Lisa Smiley made this huge Death Star-topped birthday cake for her son’s 9th birthday. I guess we should expect nothing less than magical things from a person whose last name is Smiley.
For the sake of baking enthusiasts out there, the Death Star topping is a coconut cake with coconut buttercream, while it’s base is a red velvet cake.
The guys over at kuriositas have posted these pics of some awesome Death Star inspired watermelons and cantaloupes.
All you need is a pen knife and a little patience, and you can make your own Death Star melons.
First it was gold-plated toilet seats, and now we’ve got the most expensive government-produced weapon in the history of anything being used for grilling burgers. It would be a travesty if it wasn’t the coolest customization ever.
This is what happens when two grills become one: weapons and food production.
What could be better than Darth Vader, Death Star and Stormtrooper themed PEZ dispensers, loaded with sugary fruit-flavored candies? I’ll tell you – GIANT Darth Vader, Death Star and Stormtrooper themed PEZ dispensers, loaded with MASS-QUANTITIES of sugary fruit-flavored candies.
These huge Star Wars PEZ dispensers measure in at 12-inches tall, and dispense not single candies, but entire reams of 12 candies at a time from under their oversize flip-top heads.