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Edible Images Competition in Association with Icing Images – Competition Ended

COMPETITION CLOSED

 

Do you use edible images to decorate cakes, cupcakes or cookies?
Would you like your cake and bakes to be featured in Cake Masters Magazine?

Enter our competition in association with Icing Images, to find the best cakes decorated with edible images and win the chance to be featured in the next issue of Cake Masters Magazine!

We’re looking for cakes, cupcakes and cookies decorated with edible images. Entrants’ bakes will be shared in an album on Cake Masters Magazine’s Facebook page for all to see. The Cake Masters team and Debbie Coughlin, owner of Icing Images, will judge the entries of cakes, cupcakes and cookies decorated with edible images. The top four cakes will be chosen, and will win the opportunity to have their cake featured in the June 2015 issue of Cake Masters Magazine!

COMPETITION CLOSED

To enter the competition, send a high resolution picture of your cake, cookies or cupcakes where you have used edible images as part of your decoration, with your name, to content@cakemasters.co.uk by 10th May 2015.

Terms and Conditions:

Entrants can only submit their own work. The entrant must have the right to give permission for the image of their cake, cookie or cupcake to be posted on Facebook and published in Cake Masters Magazine. Credits for professional photography must be clearly specified in the email entry. Photos to be be printed in the magazine need to be high resolution. One entry only. Competition closes midnight – UK GMT 10th May.

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TAKE A LOOK AT THE ENTRIES SO FAR!

 

Icing Images sells edible photos, edible ink printers, cartridges, icing sheets and other edible printing supplies.

Cake made by Sugar Sugar Cake Studio

 

11 Responses to Edible Images Competition in Association with Icing Images – Competition Ended

  1. Suzette

    I can’t quite figure out how to enter. Is there a form to fill out? An email address to send entries to? I am apparently missing an important piece of the puzzle.

    Thanks!