2020 Contest Results
Thank you to everyone that participated in this years contest.
We appreciate all the time and thought that went into your entries.
-Ken, Alice and Jerry
2020 Contest Results
Three prizes will be awarded in each of the following categories.
1st prize: $80.00 gift certificate toward our molds.
2nd prize: $60.00 gift certificate toward our molds.
3rd prize: $40.00 gift certificate toward our molds.
Best Cookie Display (using only TSB molds)
This category is for the most creative cookie display using any of our molds; Springerle,
Spekulatius, Speculaas or Gingerbread or a good mix of all.
First Place: Dawn Williams
Materials used: These are Chocolate (Black Cocoa) and Vanilla Sugar Cookies. A Molded Twist on the traditional frosted Black & White cookies. Molded with TSB #1874 Heart Mold. Sliced in half & pushed together with opposite colors before baking. They spread a bit & the butter “melts” them back together during baking.
Second Place: Daniel Ellickson
Great selection and use of two mediums!
Materials Used: The cookies on the plate are anise springerle, the slightly darker ones surrounding are eggnog springerle. The large cookies at the top are speculaas and along the sides the pale white things are sculpey ornaments.
Third Place: Lorraine James
Love the contrast in cookie types and shapes!
Materials used: St Nick on the donkey (used for speculaas) and the Santa mold (for springerle)
Best Cake and Cupcake topper (using only TSB molds)
This category is for the best looking cake using a topper made with a single
TSB mold or a few. Cupcake submissions are also accepted. Be creative!
First Place: Nadia Pereira
Love this cake as a book and the theme is Perfect!
Materials used: I made a chocolate cake with chocolate ganache covered with fondant. All decorations for my Storybook cake are made of fondant. The mold I used is #2174.
I painted the image with food color gels and edible metallic paint.
It was a wonderful mold to work with!
Miscellaneous (using only TSB molds)
This category allows your creative side to really express itself.
Ornaments, free standing figures, picture collages, Spring themed, Summer themed etc.
First Place: Sue Meyer
Very creative and unique!
A cookie box designed with cookie molds and filled with edible cookies.
The tree is magnetic. I attached mini magnets to the backs of each red, foil backed cookie. Starting on the first, cover a number till Christmas. Extras are stored in the box in the front. Materials include springerle cookies, foil paper, macro pearl dust, mini magnets, magnetic tree and spray fixative.
Third Place: Carrie Roe
This is a beautiful use of molds. Very creative.
Title: “Happy Spring” Tulip Wreath:
Supplies used: TSB mold # 2143 Tulip / TSB mold # 1516 Alphabet / 22 tulip paper castings (paper linter) using the tulip mold and 3 paper castings for the letters spelling “Happy Spring” / Distress Oxide ink for painting / Distress Ink for painting / Liquitex glass bead texture gel / Distress Micro Glaze (sealer for ink) / Glitter gel pens / 15″ foam floral wreath form / Yellow ribbon / Watercolor paper / Tim Holtz wood grain embossing folder (for the picket fence) / Tim Holtz steel die # 662705
I really enjoyed working on this project and I’m glad to share this cheerful bit of spring with everyone. Using TSB molds are just as easy to use for paper casting as they are for cookie making and I’d encourage anyone to try it. The creative possibilities are endless!