Participants must be in 1st-5th Grade (at the time of the contest) and may have only one (1) adult helper. The youth participant should do the lion-share of the work.
Cakes must be baked and brought to the Uniontown Mall, free of any icing. Cake mixes may be used!
All supplies, tools, frosting and other edible items should be brought with the participant. Pre-made frosting may be used.
Absolutely no store bought cakes nor cakes made by a cake decorating professional will be allowed.
The use of non-edible decorations will not be permitted (with the exception of toothpicks or wooden skewers).
Each cake entry will be given a number for judging.
Participants should arrive at least 30 minutes prior to the contest start. (The contest will start in the activity area promptly at 1PM. All participants will be given 60 minutes to complete their design.
The cake should be decorated to represent a scene from the participant’s favorite book. If possible that book should be brought to be displayed with the cake.
All cakes must be taken home. Judging and clean-up will conclude at approximately 3:30PM.
Awards will be given for the following:
Overall Best Cake
Professionally made book cake!
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