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post #16 of 21
Wow. some of you had a not so Nice instructors. ours was really sweet. and she would tell us how to do everything. to thicken,thin, stiffen all of it. But when I signed up for my course I was given a list of supplies to bring for the 1st night. we worked! took notes in between and talked and worked. but they also had premade icing you could buy off the shelf, I didnt like it because it smelled funny to me (too much almond for me) but it worked fine. so I would call the store and ask if there is a supply list. I would bring a small note book and keep up with the tips she gives you they come in handy.But I must say this site is the Best! I love these ladys here. they are awesome if they dont know they will help you find out!
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post #17 of 21
i have the nicest, sweetest, well informed instructor! i just love her! i've taken all three wilton courses and have learned so much!!!!!!!!! now she is teaching a class on gumpaste flowers and i love that too!!!!!!!!
i would like to say, take as many class as you can! they arent that expensive and you'll learn sooooo much!
post #18 of 21
icon_smile.gif I have never taken any Wilton classes. I'm sorry if this sounds offensive to anybody but I find Wilton style not very challenging.
I just think they're style is somewhat outdated. I think they are pretty, but I just don't find them interesting. But that's just me...

I'm happy for you for taking these classes. Enjoy your classes...
Happy decorating..
post #19 of 21
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It is not offensive that you don't like the wilton style,to each his own.

I have been decorating for the last 3 years and I do have my own style,as I am self taught.

Believe me the pictures in the gallery are definately not my best by far.Those are the only ones I have pictures of,out of about 40 cakes.I do need to get a digitable camera.(xmas wish)

I want to take the wilton courses be cause I want to expand my knowledge.

I will take what I learn there and what I learn on my own and creat my own style,as everybody does.

And as far as I know wilton is the only ones that offer classes. At least in my area.
post #20 of 21
I agree with you somewhat as well. But it is a great way to get started and learn the basics. Once I complete the classes, then I will take over the world with my cakes. icon_lol.gif ha ha ha!!!!!
post #21 of 21
i never took any classes. i kinda wish i could have, but there where never any in my area. i had to purchase the videos instead.
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