Friday, October 28, 2011

Last Petalsweet Sugar Flower Class for 2011

Greetings and Happy Fall!! Below please find details and information regarding my last group sugar flower class for the year. I will be teaching some of my Spring favorites this Fall so you can be ready to use them in the new season in 2012. I'm thrilled to be able to teach again at the beautiful Baking Arts studio in San Francisco, California:

*Gardenias, Parrot Tulips and Sweet Peas*

Dates: Saturday and Sunday, December 3 - 4, 2011

Time: 9AM - 5PM both days

Location: Baking Arts

Class fee: $595.00

In this two day class, students will learn how to make three different Spring favorites in sugar, including gardenias, parrot tulips and sweet peas. The first part of class will cover modeling flower centers and buds, as well as putting together the gardenia flower and sweet peas in various stages of bloom. Students will also learn how to make wired petals for the parrot tulip and corresponding leaves. The second part of class will cover all of the appropriate coloring and dusting techniques to bring the flowers and leaves to life, as well as assembly and finishing touches.

Instructor will provide tools and supplies needed for class – and will have some cutters and petal dusts available for sale afterwards.

Both days also include morning coffee and pastries, a light lunch, and afternoon coffee and sweets!

Class size limited to 10 students. Registration is through Baking Arts.

Hope to see you in class updates (both US and international) coming soon, including more flower-making workshops as well as workshops for arranging and decorating with sugar flowers. Thanks so much for stopping by...

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