Sugar Daddy's Class Timetable - Summer / Autumn 2018
Sweetpea and Pulled Flowers - 11th and 18th June
Coating a Madeira Cake With Sugarpaste - 13th June
Unwired Flowers - 25th June
Modelling a Mermaid - 3rd September
Piping with Royal Icing - 4th September
Brush Embroidery - 10th September
Wired Roses with Leaves and Carnations - 17th and 24th September
Description of Classes
Wired Roses with Leaves and Carnations – 2 Weeks (£40)
This two-week course will show you how to make realistic roses on stems with leaves, ideal for taping into sprays. This course includes techniques for colouring and glazing. You will also be shown how to make that classic favourite the carnation. This class is suitable for beginners and serves as a good introduction to working with flowerpaste and constructing flowers.
Coating a Madeira Cake with Sugarpaste – 1 week (£20)
This is another essential class covering how to get the best finish on a sugarpaste coated Madeira cake. You will be instructed in layering a cake and applying butter cream before coating the cake with sugarpaste. Will also be shown how to ice the board for that extra professional finish.
Modelling a Mermaid - 1 Week (£20)
Move over unicorns - under the sea is the next big trend! Ann will show you how to make a 3D mermaid figure sitting on a rock for the top of your cake.
Brush Embroidery – 1 Week (£20)
Create beautiful delicate decorative motifs in piped royal icing. You will make a decorated plaque to take away.
Wired Sweetpeas and Pulled Flowers - 2 weeks (£40)
This two-week course will show you how to make realistic sweetpeas on stems, ideal for taping into sprays. This course includes techniques for colouring. You will also be shown how to make tpulled wired flowers which make useful fillers in sprays and arrangements. This class is suitable for beginners and intermediate flower makers.
Unwired Flowers - 1 Week (£20)
You will be shown how to make a variety of unwired flowers and leaves using different cutters and freehand techniques. You will then be shown how to arrange them on a plaque that can be used as a cake topper.