80s cartoon creations – Smurfs, Scooby, Care Bears, Jetsons


Nablopomo – Favorite animated character

Yay, time for some cartoon fun. I don’t have a favorite, but here are some other people’s creations related to some cartoons I would’ve watched in mostly the 80s. (The picture above is mostly 90s toons that my sister would’ve watched instead, but I thought it was a cool collection of cupcakes).

Smurf cookies with papa smurf and smurfette

Smurf Cookies

Bugs bunny sandwich with strawberries and carrots

Bugs Bunny Sandwich – Did you know they brought Bugs back?? In 2011, they have a new show called The Looney Tunes Show where Bugs and Daffy are living together in LA and all their neighbors are other toons from the original shows from long ago. I haven’t brought myself to actually watch it yet.

Scooby Doo birthday party with lots of Scooby food treats

Scooby Doo Party

Care Bears bento box with hearts

Care Bears BentoBento boxes still amaze me

Charlie Brown Cafe food picture of pastries crepe and ice cream

Charlie Brown Café

Flintstones Flinstones vitamins with eyes

Flintstones Googly Vitamins – The whole site is filled with things with googly eyes.

Garfield food lasagna cake

Garfield and his Lasagna

 Muppet Babies cake food Muppet Babies food  Muppet Babies cake food

Muppet Babies Cakes

Jetsons food moleculaire food printer automated automatic food preparation

Jetsons-style Electrolux Moleculaire food printer – Here’s a video explaining how it works, but doesn’t it remind you of the Jetsons?


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    November 8, 2011

    my kids like the new Bugs Bunny show. They do show some of the classic clips too…

    unrelated and funny.. Captcha code: artyriat

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    November 9, 2011

    I watched like, two episodes of the new bugs bunny show. It was a major disappointment. ):

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    Quirky Jessi
    November 21, 2011

    Okay, so I finally watched a couple episodes. It wasn’t as bad as I thought it’d be. If I keep it in mind as a “new cartoon” that stands on its own versus comparing it to what I watched as a kid, then it’s not so bad. It’s kinda weird connecting the characters to what I remember otherwise, though.

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