We’ve scheduled two classes so far for 2013. Our Tier I: Introduction to Cake Design class begins next Sunday, January 20th. Although this class is a beginner-level class, it’s also perfect for students who have some cake design experience and want to brush up on their skills. We find a lot of our students have already taken the Wilton class (as an instructor of mine once said, “Everyone starts with Wilton.”) but want a more professional-level understanding of cake artistry.
Tier I meets four consecutive Sundays from 10am to 1pm. All materials and supplies are included, and students receive their own piping kit and gel color kit. Cost: $399. Register here.
We also wanted to accommodate people who couldn’t commit to four consecutive weeks, or those who live too far to make the trip weekly. Our Fondant Intensive is designed for students who already have a background in cake design but want to improve their fondant skills. Students learn the tools, tips, and techniques used by professionals to give their cakes a flawless finish and learn ruffles, bows, single-cut flowers, and more.
The Fondant Intensive meets on Sunday, March 3rd, from 10am to 4pm. Register here.
And since no blog post is complete without a few cake photos, I thought I’d share a few recent ones.
Baby shower cake inspired by the mom-to-be’s baby shower invitation:
Cake for Bride’s Magazine featuring sugar raspberries, sugar succulents, and sugar poppies.
Cake covered in rice paper that we cut with a craft punch and accented with some orange sugar ranunculus:
Please feel free to contact us with any questions about our classes. Hope to see you there!