Winnie the Pooh has been spotted looking for honey at GorillaGrilla, stop in and say hello! One of the most beloved Disney characters of all time comes to GorillaGrilla with our Winnie The Pooh Tsum Tsum Cupcake.
Ready for some fun? Try out these trivia questions and test your knowledge of Winnie the Pooh
2. True or False… The Hundred Acre Wood is based on a fictional place.
3. True or False… Animators drawing the movie, Winnie the Pooh and The Blustery Day, released in 1968, used 1.2 million pencils.
4. True or False… Animators drew 50,000 drawings of characters when creating Winnie the Pooh and The Blustery Day.
5. True or False… The original Winnie the Pooh was a real stuffed animal named Phinny.
6. True or False.. In real life, Christopher Robin endured taunts and bullying at school because of the success of his father’s books. He grew up to resent this and felt his father exploited him and his childhood.
7. True or False.. The Smithsonian has on display the original stuffed animals that inspired Winnie the Pooh.
This cupcake topper, like the other Tsum Tsum cupcakes, is made from fondant, using Wilton Gel Food Coloring.
My kids got me hooked on the Disney Tsum Tsum game by Line. It’s available on both Android and IOS and it’s a simple, connect the character type of game, but you can earn coins and buy your favorite Tsum Tsums to play with. Each of the Tsum Tsums in the game have a special skill they can use to help clear Tsum Tsums. Winnie The Pooh, in particular, will allow you to stop the timer for a little bit. Winnie The Pooh’s special skill can be activated by connecting 15 Winnie Tsums. You can find Winnie The Pooh in the Happiness box in the store.
2. False! The Hundred Acre Wood is indeed based on a real place. In East Sussex, there is a place called Ashdown Forest, which inspired AA Milne. In addition, the forest now has a bridge called “Poohsticks” bridge, named after the game played by Pooh and Christopher Robin.
4. False! Animators actually drew approximately 100,000 drawings to complete Winnie the Pooh and The Blustery Day.
5. False! Although Winnie the Pooh was a real stuffed animal bought for Christopher Robin on his first birthday, Phinny wasn’t the bear’s name. His name was actually Edward and was purchased at Harrods.
6. Unfortunately, this is true
7. False! You can actually see the original stuffed animals at the New York Public Library, they have been on display since 1987.
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