I'm considering taking the 3 day fondant introduction class. Just wonderng if anyone on here has taken it and how did it go.
I don't think there's such a thing as a bad class from Nick. I've taken a couple of classes from him in Atlanta, as well as at ICES. He DOES move a little quickly, so be ready for that. But he gives awesome tips as you go along.
Yeah, thats where I would be taking the classes since I live here in Atlanta...I thought why not..since i'm around the corner...thanks!!
I haven't taken that one but I have taken a week long gumpaste flower class at the Wilton school and it was AWESOME!
I absolutely love taking classes with Nicholas Lodge. I have taken the one you mentioned and it was fantastic. You learn a lot of techniques such as draping, embossing, painting, gumpaste/fondant ribbon insertion, frilling, bows, etc. They have snacks, and drinks throughout the day and Scott makes a wonderful lunch everyday and fresh baked cookies in the afternoon.
Nick's classes are AAAAAA++++++++!!!!
I would take any class offered by him. I took his wedding flower class at cake camp and it was great. He does go fast but gives you great instructions to take with you. He is very organized and prepared.
Have to hop in here with a vote for any class you can get into - he is a marvelous teacher, very organized and focused, yet patient with beginners or less-experienced students. You'll learn so much, and he will earn every penny you spend with his teaching ability and experience . His staff is friendly and helpful. Just be sure to set up a home equity loan before you go into his store
I have not had the pleasure of taking one of his classes yet but I do have some of his DVD tutorials and love them.
And I have heard that Scott bakes chocolate chip cookies for everyone in the class!!!!
Well, im going to the store this weekend and i will sign up for the class..I cant wait to start!!
I have taken several classes with nick. I am going to take a 2 day class in sept . in charlotte nc. with him also. A friend and i went to his school in atlanta 2 summers ago. It was absolutely wonderful. Scot cooks lunch and then cookies in the afternoon. You are treated like royalty.Everything is right there for you to work with, even when he travels to teach. You will love it too.