LeanneW Posted 16 Apr 2014 , 7:28pm
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Dawn's Candy and Cake in Bothel WA is hosting Colette Peters and Kathleen Lange, sandwiched on either end of the Washington State Sugar Art Show. I'll be taking Kathleen's Lambeth boot camp and of course can't wait to see them both at the show.

 

Colette Peters April 22-24  - Cake structure, fantasy flowers, brush embroidery and over piping- only $900

 

Kathleen Lang April 28-29  - Boot Camp 101-102: 2day accelerated program  $475

April 30 - May 3  Boot Camp 301-401: 4 day intense fun and skill building $775

 

Take all for a huge saving only   $1700

 

Call Dawn to make your reservation today! 425-348-9380

 

Dawn’s Candy & Cake

18107 Bothell Way NE

Bothell, WA 98011

425-348-9380

dawnscandyandcake.com

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shanter Posted 17 Apr 2014 , 3:16am
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I thought we couldn't advertise classes that were not Cake Central. Why the double standard?

cakefat Posted 17 Apr 2014 , 3:59am
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I thought we couldn't advertise classes that were not Cake Central. Why the double standard?

 

Hamster, when you become president of the twilight cake club, the rules won't apply to you either. 

bilbo Posted 17 Apr 2014 , 4:14am
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Hamster, when you become president of the twilight cake club, the rules won't apply to you either. 

I want to be a member of the twilight cake club - red velvet for all??:lol:

shanter Posted 17 Apr 2014 , 4:25am
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Carrot cake on Sunday!

If I can't be President of the Twilight Cake Club may I be Duchess of Batter? Princess Bilbo, I'd be happy to have you at my court.

shanter

cakefat Posted 17 Apr 2014 , 4:36am
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I think all the batty roles have been taken but seriously, you should start something new and call it "the even better than the twilight cake club".

 

I would vote you in as president or overlord (whichever you wish to be called), because how many hamsters do you know that can use a computer, type, spell and use proper grammar?!  

 

Not many, that's my guess. 

shanter Posted 17 Apr 2014 , 4:50am
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I think I prefer Archduchess Overwoman. And I will have minions.

 

("how many hamsters do you know that can use a computer, type, spell and use proper grammar?! ")

 

You noticed! <grin>

morganchampagne Posted 17 Apr 2014 , 8:29am
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AArchduchess Overwoman. I like it and I bow to you oh wise one!

shanter Posted 17 Apr 2014 , 5:05pm
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I would like to take one or two of the classes if I could afford it. The minions don't make much money and of course, as archduchess, I'm exempt from earming any filthy lucre.

LeanneW Posted 18 Apr 2014 , 1:41am

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I would like to take one or two of the classes if I could afford it.

 

Shanter will you be at the Washington State Sugar Art Show? Do we know each other? Please come to the show and find me and say hi. Colette will be doing a demonstration as well. 

ApplegumPam Posted 18 Apr 2014 , 4:14am

Leanne W -  can you confirm whether or not it is OK to post info about Classes now?

 

AZCouture Posted 18 Apr 2014 , 1:48pm

AApparently yes. Please email or call me for information regarding my classes as well. I'm in AZ, quick drive from San Diego or Phoenix. :)

MimiFix Posted 18 Apr 2014 , 1:53pm

AZ, I've followed you for years and LOVE your work. And I'm planning a trip out west. Can you tell us what you'll be teaching?

shanter Posted 18 Apr 2014 , 3:39pm

@LeanneW

 

Sorry, I don't think I will be able to attend the cake show in Everett.

shanter

AZCouture Posted 19 Apr 2014 , 4:35am

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AZ, I've followed you for years and LOVE your work. And I'm planning a trip out west. Can you tell us what you'll be teaching?

Why yes, I'd love to. We'll go step by step from filling and icing, smoothing the bc to a glassy smooth finish with perfectly straight edges and sharp tops, and getting perfect fondant coverings down, with bottom edges that never need a border! Some fun surprise decorating at the end as well. Basically in a nutshell, it will be the basics kicked up a notch. Basics boot camp if you will. Students will spend approximately a full day, and go home with a two tiered cake. Recipes and methods recorded on paper to take home too, so you can put your knowledge right to work.

bilbo Posted 19 Apr 2014 , 12:30pm

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Why yes, I'd love to. We'll go step by step from filling and icing, smoothing the bc to a glassy smooth finish with perfectly straight edges and sharp tops, and getting perfect fondant coverings down, with bottom edges that never need a border! Some fun surprise decorating at the end as well. Basically in a nutshell, it will be the basics kicked up a notch. Basics boot camp if you will. Students will spend approximately a full day, and go home with a two tiered cake. Recipes and methods recorded on paper to take home too, so you can put your knowledge right to work.

What a fantastic opportunity to learn from a master without fear of cancellation! 

JWinslow Posted 19 Apr 2014 , 1:45pm

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What a fantastic opportunity to learn from a master without fear of cancellation! 

Good point - especially for those that make travel arrangements out of driving distance.

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