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Back to basics is where the beginner cake decorating enthusiast starts. This class is open to all beginners, (we will except any mature child over the age of 13, however we'd like to meet the student beforehand). We do suggest that once you have attended this class you enrol on our preparation of sponge base or preparation of a fruit cake class. Back to basics is an excellent class for beginners wishing to learn the basic skills in cake decorating. We will be executing all the techniques today on a 'faux cake'. This ensures all students start with the perfect base. You will be shown how to cover your base with professional sugarpaste and we will explain how this differs from commercially purchased roll out icing. We will show you how to colour the paste and produce a smooth finish like the professionals. You will be shown how to texture the board. Pipe around the base, add ribbon and embellish the sides with a swag finish. To complete your cake we will demonstrate how to use cutters and moulds then under guidance you will be let loose to decorate your cake and make it personal.
This course is held in our new teaching facility “The Studio”. Free car parking is available very nearby. “The Studio” is situated within yards of the local Bus Station and Taxi Rank, with only a 5 minute walk to the Train Station.
This class is a full day starting at 10:00 and finishing around 16:30
Date: Saturday 17th November 2018
The course price includes everything you need including an 8” faux cake, We will provide all the ingredients, materials, the use of all sugarcraft tools, equipment. Course attendees will receive student discount on items purchased in the cake decorating supplies shop on the day of your course. Liquid refreshments are available free of charge.
What you need to bring:
An apron, your lunch, a box to take your master piece home in, a smile and your enthusiasm.