Cake Decoration


<p>Shipley College offers a Cake Decoration course that is perfect for beginners and intermediates looking to expand and develop their skills. Over the ten-week courses, you will learn various techniques that will enable you to produce a professional-looking cake. The course will provide you with fresh ideas and inspire you to be creative, allowing you to push yourself further than you thought possible. This course is for anyone interested in cake decorating and looking to improve existing skills. By the end of the course, you will have the confidence to work on your own cakes, explore different decorating ideas and make cakes for friends and family with ease. It could even lead to a start in commercial cake decorating.
<p>September - learn how to make a festive decorated candle made from fruit cake with a complement of Christmas roses to make a stylish centerpiece. You will also learn how to create a Hellebore flower using wires with other added foliage. Various surface decorating techniques, including lettering, will be covered. Sign up now and develop your cake decorating skills to their full potential!</p>
<p>January - you will learn how to make a cake suitable for a wedding, engagement or anniversary. You will create a couple in sugar paste sitting upon a cake with sugar paste flowers including roses. You will also add decoration to the cake in royal icing, adding detail to clothing by adding texture, colour, and piping. Sign up now and take your cake decorating skills to the next level!</p>
<p>April - you will make a flower fairy, dragonfly, cup and saucer, and tea pot. The fairy will be made in sugarpaste, and the dragonfly wings will be decorated with iridescent colours. The cup and saucer will have a fine china feel, and the teapot will be the main cake.</p><p>Join us in beautiful Saltaire this spring and let your cake decorating skills bloom!</p>

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