You might think your local bakery prepares some stunning designer cakes, but it’s hard to hold a candle to these winning delights from the annual online Threadcake competition. The delicious competition is open to both professional cake bakers and ametuers alike.
No matter who you are, or where you seek your inspiration, the goal is to create either a 2D or 3D cake, which are judged in separate competitions. One of the main rules is that nearly all of the cake must be edible. The entries are truly out of this world, try not to let your mouth water too much.
The Endless Sea
This seaworthy cake was made by Jacinta Perkins.
Watering A Life Into Itself Cake
This beautiful cake, which incorporates a deer, birds, and greenery took April Koteh days to make. Not only was this cake a success in the Threadcake competition, but it was also a success at an Art exhibit put on by Nickelodeon, where April’s husband happens to work!
Calestial Cephalopod Cake
This creative cake was baked by Corinna Maguire. She started off making the center out of chocolate cake using a ball tin for the very first time. She says that she, “Loved making him and am fairly happy with him too.”
Cutout Ralph Cake
Kylie Mangles is responsible for this highly detailed cake which took a staggering 5-days to mold, make, and bake!
An edible version of Little Red Riding Hood, for more than just wolves! This well crafted cake was submitted by Jennifer Kennedy.
Yenna Susanty created this cake in all of its glory, you would never even guess she only started cake decorating early this same year, back in February. Due to some lack of experience, the cake took a solid 3-days to put together. All in all it was well worth it!
When Elizabeth Marek first got started on her cake it looked like a tower of colorful cakes all thrown together, but by the time she was done it was a true masterpiece.
A King In Every Corner
Nanthini Retnam brings the dinosaurs back to life with this fierce cake design.
3D Kit Tee
Ana Mourinho Remigio chose to make this 3D cake simply because she’s a cat lover! After entering the contest, this cake was given to Ana’s aunt as a birthday present. Needless to say, she thought it was puuurfect!
Back in 2007, the very first Threadcake competition ever was held, and since then it has become an annual tradition we can all look forward to, even if you have no idea how to mold sugar into a cat or massive octopus.
While the cakes are one of a kind, the winning entries are based on t-shirts you can purchase through the Threadless website. Threadless actually holds a number of contests, and not all of them have to do with food.
Threadcake Entries From Previous Years
Tea at 2,000 Feet
Elizabeth Marek was the winner of the 2013 competition with this awesome cake.
Mechanic Owl King
Erin Wieglenda Cronbaugh won 2nd place in 2013 for this hoot of a cake!
The Fox Confessor by Ashlee Perkins
The Friendly Spirit by Rebecca Mcdowell
The Curious Collector by Shakar Bakery Cakes
God Save The Villain by Erin Schwartz
Under The Moon and Stars by Lucy Atkinson
The Communist Party by Neli Josefsen
Nature Photography by Samantha Friday
The Projectionist by Mary Tomczak
Good Night by Molly Sullivan
Summer Voyage by Ann Bailey
As of November 3 the competition closed for this year, but you can still get your mixing spoon and flour ready for next year. As the official website for the competition says, “even if you don’t win you still get to eat cake!” And who doesn’t like to eat cake?!
Ramen ses Return by Jessica Allard