2010 Cake Show: Adult Intermediate, part two

Adult Intermediate Division: Developing skills. Two to four years cake decorating experience; 30 to 60 hours of cake decorating or sugar art instruction. Open to all styles.

(There were too many entries to show to show all of them, so the photos below are the ones I either liked, found interesting for some reason or another, or they placed in their category.)

  • Wedding Tiered Cakes
    Cakes with two or more tiers decorated specifically for weddings or anniversaries. Any techniques or sugar mediums may be used.

    Victorian Wedgwood Wedding by Rosemary Galpin
    Victorian Wedgwood Wedding by Rosemary Galpin

    Tulip Suprise by Julie Reid
    Tulip Suprise by Julie Reid
    (why do people keep leaving out the first “r” in this word?)

    Bright Red Beginning by Nancy Castillo
    Bright Red Beginning by Nancy Castillo

    Winter Wedding by Kristi Bomar
    Winter Wedding by Kristi Bomar

    Winter Wedding by Kristi Bomar - groom
    Note on the entry form: Damaged in transit. The groom was a no-show, he left the bride at the alter!

    Simply Orchids by Julie Reis
    Third Place for Wedding Tiered Cakes
    Simply Orchids by Julie Reis

    Quilled Elegance by Caren Rumsey
    Second Place for Wedding Tiered Cakes
    Quilled Elegance by Caren Rumsey

    (no name) by Rachel Larson
    First Place for Wedding Tiered Cakes
    (no name) by Rachel Larson
    Business Name: Quack’s

  • Buttercream Only Cakes
    Any non-tiered cake with any theme decorated using only buttercream icing. No fondant, non-edible decorations or other sugar mediums will be allowed.

    Floral Essence by LaTasha Perry
    Second Place for Buttercream Only Cakes
    Floral Essence by LaTasha Perry

    Love by Doralou Brown
    First Place for Buttercream Only Cakes
    Love by Doralou Brown

  • Special Techniques Not-On-A-Cake
    These are entries made of fondant, gumpaste, sugar molding, color flow, royal icing, etc. Displayed as an individual technique and NOT as a decoration on a cake. A combination of techniques and mediums may be used, but it must be presented alone and not as part of a cake. Once again, no cake.

    Date Night by Bobbie Byrd
    Date Night by Bobbie Byrd

    Sarah - A Victorian Bride by Rosemary Galpin
    Third Place for Special Techniques Not-On-A-Cake
    Sarah – A Victorian Bride by Rosemary Galpin
    Business Name: Memory Makers Cakes

    Southern Splendor by Rosemary Galpin
    Second Place for Special Techniques Not-On-A-Cake
    Southern Splendor by Rosemary Galpin
    Business Name: Memory Makers Cakes

    The Proposal by Tracye Boyd
    First Place for Special Techniques Not-On-A-Cake
    The Proposal by Tracye Boyd

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