Enter your cake decorated with piped figures by Friday, February 18th for a chance to win. Add the photo to your profile and label the title Figure Piping Contest. All entries will be featured at the top of the photos page. You may enter as many cakes as you like, but please enter only 1 photo per cake entry.
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FYI, figure piping is figures such as animals or people that are piped on to a cake using an icing bag.
1st place: Cupcake Figure Piping Video by Roland Winbeckler.
The top ten cakes will be determined by the number of people selecting them as their favorites. Voting will take place from Saturday, February 19th to Wednesday, February 23rd.
To vote, select the cake you want to vote for and click on it. Scroll down the page and look for favorite which is beneath the photo. Click on favorite to vote. You may vote for as many cakes as you like. Courteous comments are welcome, but do not count towards the vote.
Please do not solicit votes on other websites. If we discover someone cheated, that person's cake will be disqualified.
Judges will vote from February 24th - 26th. The winners will be posted on February 28th.
Congratulations, Sandy Morgenstern and Danielle Gouldthorpe!
I'm still a little confused on the definition of piped figures based on what I'm seeing in the submissions. I don't do any piping yet. But I want to make sure my voting reflects the correct interpretation of the theme. My interpretation is that piped figures means three dimensional figures (people animals etc) piped on top of a cake...kind of like those clowns they do in the Wilton class, but the operative word here being three dimensional. But most of the submissions are flat, two dimensional piping. Am I being too literal, or is either okay?