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*Now closed* 2021 Contest Entry Fee


  • GBP: £10.00
  • EUR: €11.20
  • AUD: $18.28

*NOW CLOSED* Our 2020 contest has now closed, and any entry fees paid for after 9am on 29th march will be donated in full to icing smiles


Our competition is back and we can't wait to see what you will create! With £500 prize for the winner in EACH category PLUS a feature in Cake Masters Magazine.

Here are the categories you can enter:

We want to see how you include textures, patterns and prints on your fashion themed entries!   We love sprinkles, and you need to submit an entry with sprinkles! It is as simple as that!   We are looking forward to seeing your animal themed cakes! This can be anything from modelling to sculpted to tiered cakes or cookies taking inspiration from animal prints!  
We want to see entries inspired by the four seasons! Will you be inspired by the sunny days of summer or the ice cold days in winter?   Your cake must include at least five different colours!   To celebrate the life of an inspirational woman in the cake decorating industry, we would love to see entries dedicated to Kerry. From her role in the industry, her fantastic cake show OSSAS or her signature style of decorating, we can’t wait to see what you create to honour Kerry. In 200 words, please discuss Kerry’s influence on your work or life, and how she has inspired you.   For ALL entries, please include up to 200 words about your entry on the contest form. Thank you to our 2021 sponsors, Roxy & Rich, Renshaw Academy, Portaleo Paints by Sugarin and Wholesale Sugar Flowers. We are also delighted to be supporting our charity partner Icing Smiles again.  


For all the information and rules please visit HERE


  1. What is the Cake Masters Magazine Cake Design Contest? An online cake contest where you will need to submit two good quality photos of your competition entry. This competition closes on March 29th 2021 9am.
  2. Is there an entry fee? Yes. There is a fee. 25% of all fees will go to our chosen charity, Icing Smiles.
  3. How many categories can I enter? As many as you like! You are able to enter all the categories if you wish and you may submit up to 3 different entries per category.
  4. How do I enter? Please purchase your entry here and then send us your entries with form to
  5. Where can I find the contest form? You can find the contest form here.
  6. Can I use a dummy? Yes, you can use a foam or a dummy as the base of your cake.
  7. Can I use a cake that I have made before? Yes, if it fits the theme, you can.  Please note that if you entered our 2020 contest, you can not enter the same creations.
  8. When do I have to submit by? Please send your entries (including 2 photos and contest forms) to by 9am March 29th 2021. No changes can be made after submission.
  9. Can I post my entry on social media? No you cannot. Judging is done blind and you must not share on social media, even in closed or private groups. If you are entering a creation that you have made before and already shared on social media, you can still submit, but you must not reshare or repost the creation announcing it is your entry. Please DM or email us if you have any questions
  10. How is it judged? Judging will be done by a panel and the winner will be based on the collective score. Scores will be based on interpretation of the theme, originality and creativity, overall appeal, technique and execution. Judging will take place from 1st April and once judging is completed, all entries will be uploaded onto Facebook for the People’s Choice voting to start.
  11. What is the prize? There will be one winner per category. Each category winner will receive a prize of £500/$650/€550. Prize money will be paid via bank transfer or PayPal. (Prize monies may be subject to transfer fees and exchange rate differences)
  12. Will there be a People’s Choice? Yes! All entries will be put on Facebook. The entry with the most reactions will win People’s Choice and will be published in the magazine.
  13. Can I use non-edible items? Yes you can use non-toxic or removable items as details on your entries.
  14. Can I enter cupcakes or cookies? Yes you can, You can send a collection of up to 12 cookies or cupcakes.
  15. Do I have to fill in the form? Yes. This will give the judges more of an insight into what you have submitted.
For any further questions or queries, please email