Enter your Halloween cake by Monday, November 1st for a chance to win. Add the photo to your profile and label the title Halloween Cake Contest. All entries will be featured at the top of the photos page. Sponsored by SugarEd Productions andA&H Cake Design.
1st place: "Bows & Boxes" set of 2 dvds by Sharon Zambito of SugarEd Productions. Please visit Sharon's website for more details about this dvd set.
Please enter only ONE photo per entry. You may enter as many cakes as you like. Voting will take place from November 2nd to November 8th. The top 10 cakes will be displayed on November 9th and will be determined by the number of people selecting it as their favorite. Judges will vote on November 10 - 11. The winners will be posted on November 12th.
A & H Cake Design offers the some of the lowest prices on cake decorating supplies. They also have quick & reasonable shipping rates.
The winner will also be featured in A&H Cake Design's newsletter and on their website.
I greee I feel the best deadline for a cake contest is for a few days or so after the holidy is over...many times i do cakes for clients, due on or the day before the holiday, and usually the deadline is over...more people order as the holiday approaches, as now a days, you never know whether or not you will even have company, etc or will need a cake at all...lol just my thoughts:)
Theresa, for those just starting cake decorating, the extension of the submission date would be most beneficial as they wouldn't necessarily have a photo from a previous Halloween to submit.
Seeing as the 31st is on a Sunday and most festivities would be completed the Saturday before, if an extension is decided upon, maybe do it until the 30th instead of the 31st.
The October entries can be voted on and still give a theme for November, yes?
I agree with Theresa. Making cakes for a particular occasion requires a last minute creation. I plan on entering the contest and will have at least one thing made by the 22 but most likely people will be making Halloween cakes the week of Halloween.