Advaced Flowers Class

This is the end result of a class I teach fMichael's. The last class I taught I had one student and this was her final cake after 6 weeks of work. It contains more than 20 types of flowers that we created in the class and then the last session I helped her assemble the cake andshe arranged the flowers she'd made over the last 5 weeks.

Comments

astro Says... 9 years ago

Absolutely beautiful!!!

goodcakefairy Says... 9 years ago

Whoa. Apparently yout advanced flowers class was different than mine. That's awesome! How'd she male the eucalyptus looking greenery?

luv2cake Says... 9 years ago

That is so gorgeous. Great job. I didn't even know about an advanced flowers class. I will need to check that out!

SUELA Says... 9 years ago

Wow! What class is that? Is it a Wilton class? Are they gumpaste or royal icing?

scWMI Says... 9 years ago

Suela - it's not a Wilton class. I wrote the course using some old Wilton Books and some flowers from Colette Peters, to give a little more variety. All the flowers you see are made with royal icing and then mounted on toothpicks, except for the baby's breath, leaves, and eucalyptus, which are made directly on wire

justsweet Says... 9 years ago

Wow that is great.

ellepal Says... 9 years ago

really cool arrangement

barbara-ann Says... 9 years ago

This is by far one of the prettiest cakes I have seen. It is so different.. Which Wilton books did you use for the flowers? How did you start teaching this class at Michaels?

Mac Says... 9 years ago

I wish you were in my area--I would definitely sign up for your class. Beautiful

luvtodecorate Says... 9 years ago

What state/area are you in?

scWMI Says... 9 years ago

I used Wilton books from the 70's along with the Wilton Encyclopedia of Cake Decorating Volume 1....gotta love E-Bay. I started the class because I had people who wanted more classes after Course 3 from Wilton. I currently teach at the Michael's in Spartanburg, SC, and have been there for 5 years and taught around 530 or so students at last count (all cake classes I offer).

KimAZ Says... 9 years ago

Stunning cake! Teach me! Teach me! I'd take this class from you in a heart beat. Hopefully more Wilton teachers will follow your lead. Outstanding job!

craftst3 Says... 8 years ago

This cake is beautiful. I'd take your classes with no problem.I have been looking for classes that go beyond course 3 but cannot find any. Maybe will have to follow your idea and get the books and try to teach myself. Thank you for sharing your work with us.

astro Says... 9 years ago

Absolutely beautiful!!!

goodcakefairy Says... 9 years ago

Whoa. Apparently yout advanced flowers class was different than mine. That's awesome! How'd she male the eucalyptus looking greenery?

luv2cake Says... 9 years ago

That is so gorgeous. Great job. I didn't even know about an advanced flowers class. I will need to check that out!

SUELA Says... 9 years ago

Wow! What class is that? Is it a Wilton class? Are they gumpaste or royal icing?

scWMI Says... 9 years ago

Suela - it's not a Wilton class. I wrote the course using some old Wilton Books and some flowers from Colette Peters, to give a little more variety. All the flowers you see are made with royal icing and then mounted on toothpicks, except for the baby's breath, leaves, and eucalyptus, which are made directly on wire

justsweet Says... 9 years ago

Wow that is great.

ellepal Says... 9 years ago

really cool arrangement

barbara-ann Says... 9 years ago

This is by far one of the prettiest cakes I have seen. It is so different.. Which Wilton books did you use for the flowers? How did you start teaching this class at Michaels?

Mac Says... 9 years ago

I wish you were in my area--I would definitely sign up for your class. Beautiful

luvtodecorate Says... 9 years ago

What state/area are you in?

scWMI Says... 9 years ago

I used Wilton books from the 70's along with the Wilton Encyclopedia of Cake Decorating Volume 1....gotta love E-Bay. I started the class because I had people who wanted more classes after Course 3 from Wilton. I currently teach at the Michael's in Spartanburg, SC, and have been there for 5 years and taught around 530 or so students at last count (all cake classes I offer).

KimAZ Says... 9 years ago

Stunning cake! Teach me! Teach me! I'd take this class from you in a heart beat. Hopefully more Wilton teachers will follow your lead. Outstanding job!

craftst3 Says... 8 years ago

This cake is beautiful. I'd take your classes with no problem.I have been looking for classes that go beyond course 3 but cannot find any. Maybe will have to follow your idea and get the books and try to teach myself. Thank you for sharing your work with us.


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