Wednesday 11th November 2020
With only 2 weeks to go until the end of The Great British Bake Off 2020, we just couldn’t let it go without a good send off. So, we are excited to announce our next competition, with a £250 Hobbycraft voucher up for grabs!
Take yourselves back to the first episode of the 2020 series: Cake Week. As the sun glistened over the tent and we heard that familiar jingle, Bake Off had arrived to sweeten up a pretty rubbish year. The showstopper of ‘Personal Celebrity Heroes’ was and still is a highlight of the series – perhaps for all the wrong reasons…
To enter our competition, we want YOU to create your own personal celebrity hero in baked form. Don’t be alarmed, you don’t have to follow in the footsteps of the 3D bust cakes you have already seen- as long as it’s a bake and it’s edible, that’s fine by us!
Here’s some inspiration to show you what we mean:
Why not try a pull-apart cupcake collage to create an image of your chosen celebrity or use different shapes biscuits to create a jigsaw style edible celeb!
You could even go big with a 3D sculpture out of bread or biscuits, as we’ve seen on previous series.
Entry is super simple – once you’ve made your bake, take a few photos (as clear as possible, displaying your whole submission, and ideally from a few angles so we see it in full), post them on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and tag it using the hashtag #RENSHAWCAKEOFF2020. Make sure your image is available to see publicly, as we won’t be able to see submissions from private accounts.
Our favourite entry will receive a whopping £250 Hobbycraft voucher, which is one of our biggest prizes ever, so you’ll need to make your submission worth it!
The competition ends on Sunday 13th December at midnight, so you have PLENTY of time to create a true showstopper. All participation is subject to the terms and conditions outlined below.
We’re looking forward to seeing what you create! Best of luck to you all, and as always, stay safe, and happy baking!
These Terms & Conditions are subject to English law. The decisions of the Promoter are final and no correspondence will be entered into.