This intermediate course is ideal if you have some experience in cake decorating and wish to explore a range of techniques to develop your skills further. You will produce a highly impressive, professional looking cake at the end of the ten weeks. Please note, some items will be provided, however, you will need the following equipment: A nylon 9” rolling pin, a smoother, a nylon board to work on (ideally a grooved veining board), a cake drum (at least 2” bigger than your cake) a craft frilling stick, cornflour, small scissors, plastic storage box and metal ball tool - medium and nozzles no.1 and no.1.5 or 2. Other equipment you may need will be advised by the tutor at the beginning of the course. You will also need to supply ingredients for making a cake and the decorations. This equipment will be enough for all three courses. APRIL Mouse House Working in sugar paste and petal/ Mexican paste we will model a woodland scene of a tree stump mouse house. We will make some mice who live there and some other woodland friends, bees, birds, and caterpillars. The house will be decorated with flowers, leaves and mushrooms made from petal paste and other details can be added to suit everyone’s abilities including waistcoats, hats and tiny cups and plates of food. You will learn different techniques from modelling to rolling, using cutters, adding colour and textures. Hand painting fine detailing to create a stunning personalised cake for any special occasion.
|Study Type||Part Time|
|Start Date||Start Time||End Date||End Time||Day||Duration||Venue|
|26-Apr-2023||7pm||12-Jul-2023||9pm||Wednesday||10 Weeks||Shipley College|
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