desertm Posted 23 May 2006 , 10:36am
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Hi all,

I just started a course in pulled and blown sugar, and would like to get your feedback on my work. I find all this work extremely difficult, and I am not sure I will e able to do anything once I have to stand on my own, without the teacher preparing the sugar and/or isomalt for me. Anyway, right now I am enjoying myself.
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caboose_970 Posted 23 May 2006 , 10:43am
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WOW!!!! I am at lost for words.... Beautiful!
Keep up the great work! Tina

tedgar Posted 23 May 2006 , 11:07am
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Where are you taking the classes? These are beautiful!!!

spottydog Posted 23 May 2006 , 11:21am
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Absolutely Stunning work.! WOW

desertm Posted 23 May 2006 , 8:25pm
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Thank you all!!! Tedgar, I live abroad, and my teacher studied with Ewald Notter a few years ago

Katskakes Posted 23 May 2006 , 8:37pm
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those are beautiful!! i have thought of taking a recreational course on that too. but i think i'm getting way over my head w/all this decorating. First cakes, then cookies, i want to learn pulled sugar and more.

Kat

SugarCreations Posted 23 May 2006 , 10:45pm
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Looks like your teacher learned his lessons well. The work looks great! Way to go!

Best Regards Sugarcreations...

Omicake Posted 23 May 2006 , 10:54pm
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Some beautiful work of art! That swan is lovely!Is it true that you can burn your hands if not careful , when pulling the sugar?

cakes80 Posted 23 May 2006 , 11:06pm
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Really lovely! I too have considered taking a class but haven't had the nerve yet. I think both pieces are really beautiful!

petitesweet Posted 24 May 2006 , 10:37pm

This is beautiful work. I am hoping to try my hand at this soon.

danifani Posted 24 May 2006 , 10:47pm

Absolutely stunning work! You should be very proud!

fearlessbaker Posted 24 May 2006 , 11:05pm

having singned up for a class being given in September I was undecided whethe or to take it. This was a great help to me. It looks like it coud be difficult and probably something one has to keep working and studing. There just doesn't seem to be that many teachers around.

desertm Posted 25 May 2006 , 4:02am

Omicake, burning your hands is one of the risks in this kind of work. We use a double layer of disposable gloves, but still, it is hoooooooot!!! I keep my lavender essential oil at hand all the time, just in case.

I_Love_Cake_Decorating Posted 27 May 2006 , 5:12am

These are amazing!!! GREAT WORK!!! thumbs_up.gif

skylightsky Posted 31 May 2006 , 6:47am

If this is your first work, I can only imagine what will happen in the future.

The teacher you named must be a wonderfully gifted man.

wyatt Posted 31 May 2006 , 6:51am

WOW...your work is beautiful. It looks difficult and oh so detail oriented...

shrek Posted 14 Jul 2006 , 4:14am

wow wow wow!

cashley Posted 14 Jul 2006 , 4:16am

Wow absolutley gorgeous work... great job.

enchantedmoments Posted 27 Jul 2006 , 3:01pm

great job.
How long has it taken to get that far?
Looks as if you were made to make sugar art. thumbs_up.gif

MavericksMommy Posted 27 Jul 2006 , 3:11pm

Those are beautiful! You really have a talent for pulled sugar- they look like Venetian Art glass! I wish I could do that!

jellyb123 Posted 29 Jul 2006 , 1:49am

I took an Intro to Sugar Art class w/ Wilton and it was lots of fun and the medium allows you to be really creative. From what they said, though, the decorations dont stay in prime condition for very long. I wanted to make cake toppers with it and they told me that I should really do the work within the 24 hrs. prior to the wedding. Too much stress for me, cutting it that close! icon_surprised.gif

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