Cake International is a wonderful showcase for sugarcraft talent from both the Uk and around the world. This year saw a staggering amount of entries in each class, for example the wedding cake class had 50 cakes entered! I am always so busy that it is never possible to see all the entries but here are a few more that appealed to me (see yestursdays post for my absolute favourites):
Isn’t the detail on this amazing house wonderful, I wonder if it is based on a real building? Annelies was awarded 3 gold, one silver and one bronze awards at the show!!! Click here to read more about this talented Dutch lady.
These flowers were simply amazing – I dread to think of how many hours, days, weeks or months this exhibit took to create. I couldn’t stop looking at the flawless details……
This mask really appealed to me, I love the texture of the patterns and the fact it is all in white!
A competition entry from the international class, a beautifully created windmill from Holland.
In my early sugarcraft days I used to enter competitions, it’s hard work but a lot of fun and certainly well worth while as you learn so much. If you have never entered a cake competition but have been thinking about it I would urge you to take the plunge and have a go. There are usually classes to suit all abilities.
Good luck Lindy