March 7, 2019
The annual That Takes The Cake Show went off with a bang this year in Roundrock, TX. The theme of this year’s show was The Wild West, and Cowboy-themed cakes were in abundance at the cake competition. ACD correspondent, Cydni Mitchell shares some highlights from the show.
Taking first place in the Professional/Masters Cupcake category was Thomas Hogan who created these delightful yarn-ball cupcakes with a cute sculpted kitty.
Our very own Sales Director, Laurie Collins created this vintage-inspired country wedding cake complete with lace, hat box, leather straps and hand-painted details.
The talented Yi Han took second place in the Individual Showpiece Sculpted category for this incredible sculpted bear with Native American figurines.
This stunning 3-dimensional cookie display was created by Heather Brookshire, who took third place in the Cookie Professional/Masters category.
Sugar Artist, Beth Nolan took first place in the Special Royal Icing category for this Jasper-ware-inspired design in the traditional Wedgwood blue with delicate white piping.
This incredible sculpted Bull was created by Karon Reynolds, she took first place in the Professional/Masters category for Individual Showpiece Sculpted.
Sara Weber took second place in the Individual Showpiece category for this fantastic tiered creation. We love the sugar-cacti!
Quite possible the star attraction of the entire show was this incredible Native-American inspired design by Jennifer Reese of Good Gosh Ganache. Jennifer took a very well-deserved first place prize in the Individual Showpiece category of the show.
This year’s sugar-art installation was created by International sugar-artist and teacher, Jacqui Kelly and her students who designed and sculpted these fun saloon figurines.
Rebekah Wilbur with Photography by Cydni Mitchell
Many thanks to Cydni Mitchell, owner of TheSweetFest , SugarCoinAcademy, and The Ultimate Sugar Show for taking these wonderful photographs.