Win | Art of Cake 2015 at Shore City

Win | Art of Cake 2015 at Shore City

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Visit Shore City from August 6th to 27th and you’ll see five awe-inspiring cakes, all competing for your vote for the Art of Cake 2015 ultimate winner. 

All of Auckland’s professional cakers were invited to enter this year’s competition, taking their cues from 5 beautiful, artistic and perfectly curated mood boards created by LeeAnn Yare, Kylie Cooke, Clare Grove, FOUREYES and Shore City’s charity Cure Kids.

The finalists have been announced and their cake creations are spectacular!  This really is a must-see event that will be appreciated by young and old alike.  It’s colourful, elegant, thought provoking and fun.  There will be exciting new prizes, fashion and foodie celebs involved, and as always, it will be your vote that decides this year’s winner.

When you spend $5 or more you can vote for your favourite cake and help decide this years Best Cake Artist at Art of Cake 2015.  By casting your vote, you’ll also be in to WIN a $500 Shore City Gift Card or 1 of 10 annual subscriptions to Taste magazine.

2015 Finalists

Oriental Gardens – Sondra & the Sweet Bites Cakes team, Best Cake Artist at Art of Cake 2013 and 2014

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A Monochromatic Statement – Jenny from For Heaven’s Cake

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Pop Couture – Kelley and Trudy from Cherry Cake Company
Mummy Blog new Zealand Art of CakeThe Bold and the Beautiful – Kerry, Joanne & Nina from Cake Collective
Mummy Blog new Zealand Art of CakeDark Romance – Elina from Bake-a-boo

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LeeAnn Yare contributed the Dark Romance mood board which inspired the entry above, crafted by Elina from Bake-a-boo.  I have one copy of LeAnn’s fab book “Rooms to Love” to giveaway to one lucky reader!

Just comment below with your winning pick from this years Art of Cake finalists.  Competition open to NZ residents only and closes Sunday 23/8/15 10pm.








  1. Gemma Paaymans · August 18, 2015

    Wow, some seriously awesome cakes right there! Pop Couture is very clever but I like Dark Romance the best, it has an elegance about it!

  2. Louana · August 18, 2015

    Those cakes are works of art! I can't imagine the hours involved in producing such masterpieces! It's a hard choice between Pop Couture and Dark Romance, but I think I love Dark Romance the best, although I can't imagine eating black icing!

  3. Britt · August 18, 2015

    Oh cannot choose! Dark romance or A monochromatic statement. Will definitely pop along to see them in person. I know even the size of them will be mindblowing.

  4. sarah · August 20, 2015

    Dark Romance is rad!

  5. Karena Wilson · August 23, 2015

    Pop couture is awesome, my kids would all love that one too, especially miss 18! What amazing cakes, has given me so many ideas, I love making my family cakes!

  6. Hazel · August 23, 2015

    Pop Couture – I love the kookiness of it! So fab! Totally suits Brooklyn’s latest super hero craze. And his favourite dinner time meal too! Had to trick him out of having spaghetti on toast for his birthday dinner! A bit naughty – but couldn’t face the whole family eating it!! Lols!

    • thebestnest · August 24, 2015

      Congratulations Hazel! Please send through your delivery address so we can get your prize to you xx melissa at thebestnest.co.nz

  7. Tania · August 23, 2015

    My favourite is Dark Romance by Elina from Bake-a-boo. It's well balanced and the colours work beautifully.

  8. karen · August 24, 2015

    loving pop culture- love the kiwi touch