flower class inspired by michelle cake designs

flower class inspired by michelle cake designs

by inspiredbymichelle on January 13, 2013

in cake decorating class

Flower class Inspired by Michelle Cake Designs

The new flowers class for cake decorators. No experience is needed to attend this class.

Flowers taught in this class are parrot tulip, country rose, ranunuculus and hydrangea.

gumpaste country rose

gumpaste country rose

This 2 day class will be taught at Inspired by Michelle Cake Designs on 6th and 7th March 2013.

This method is a practical and quick way of making these flowers with no complicated materials/tools needed.

After doing this class you will be able to look at any flower and know the best way to make it.

flower class inspired by michelle

flower class inspired by michelle

These flowers are wired which gives them a wonderful life like appearance. Petal dusting is also included in this class.

It is two days starting sharply at 9.30am and finishing at 4.00pm. Price is $550.00 gst included.

As it is a 2 day class cafe lunch is provided. Cutters, veiners and templates are also included to take home at the end of the class.

Please email Michelle at inspiredbymichelle@gmail.com for further information or to enroll in the class.

It is also being taught in England at Pretty Witty Cakes in April 2013 and Cake Atelier in The Netherlands in May 2013. All information for the international classes can be found directly from the venues.

All classes currently listed for 2013 can be found here http://inspiredbymichelleblog.com/2012/12/29/cake-decorating-classes/ or in my events section on facebook https://www.facebook.com/InspiredbyMichelleCakeDesigns

flower class inspired by michelle

gumpaste flower class inspired by michelle

Please do not hesitate to ask any questions at all.

Bye for now, Michelle

Michelle Rea

Cake Decorating Classes Sydney

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