Marvelous Molds Silicone Onlays Cake Contest Winner!

Leslie Bruckman - Nom Nom Sweeties

Leslie Bruckman – Nom Nom Sweeties

Congratulations, LeslieBruckman!

The votes are in! Leslie Bruckman of Nom Nom Sweeties’ Great Gatsby-inspired cake was the top pick of the Cake Central community and the winner of the Marvelous Molds Silicone Onlays Cake Contest! Leslie’s art-deco creation truly takes an amazing product to the next level- her cake features several Marvelous Molds Silicone Onlays, including an innovative chevron design that just blew us away! As the winning entry, her cake will appear in detail in an upcoming issue of Cake Central Magazine.

When all of the entries for the Marvelous Molds Silicone Onlays Cake Contest came in, we knew voting for just one winner would be a tough task. All of the cakes in the contest are stunning and use Silicone Onlays from Marvelous Molds in unique and creative ways.

We would like to thank all of the talented cake decorators who entered the exclusive Marvelous Molds Silicone Onlays Cake Contest hosted by Cake Central. All the entries were beautiful and perfectly showcased the versatility of Marvelous Molds products.

 

logoSilicone Onlays were invented as an alternative to using stencils which can be messy and difficult to use. Whether decorating a cake or engaging in any arts & crafts project where stencils are used, Silicone Onlays will transfer 3D designs to almost any surface. Because all Silicone Onlays are made with food grade silicone, they perform perfectly with cake decorating products like fondant, gumpaste and modelling chocolate along with any non-food, clay-like material commonly found in the Arts & Crafts fields. Take the free “Silicone Onlay Video Class” which will teach you everything you need to know when using this innovative, patent-pending design transfer device.

Damask Onlays

Chevron Onlays

Moroccan Lattice

 

 

Comments (14)

on

simply gorgeous. Watched the tutorial, it looks simple, easy and what great ideas one can come up with. The possibilities seem endless. Bra'vo Chef Palazzolo!

on

I actually used a combination of homemade marshmallow fondant and modeling chocolate for the covering and the pearls. It helps me get the firmer corners and edges. The details were all gumpaste.

on

I love so many of the cakes I couldn't even begin to pick my favorite one. Excellent job everyone! I loved seeing all the creativity and amazing designs.

on

I was admiring your cake for a while wondering how you got such detail! I love the Great Gatsby, and hoping to take a little inspiration from your cake for my own creation. You deserved to win. I've been looking at Gatsby cakes for a while for my sisters birthday coming up, and this is by far the best. Great Job :)

on

Beautiful cake!!! What did you use for the fringe so it wouldn't dry out and break? That design is insane detail! I love it! What gave you the inspiration for the pattern on the front?


Login To Leave A Comment