Time for some lovely pics

We made SO much in class, I couldn't resist sharing some of my class demonstration subjects with you


Crazy amount of work right? and there was more.


I taught six weekly classes last term, each twelve weeks, and if you want to know which classes did which subjects visit the Weekly Class Pics page on the website


We made flowers from sugar, wafer paper and air drying clay.

Modelled figures with and without armatures with both cute and more detailed faces.

We worked with Agar Agar - the vegan version of gelatine

We piped buttercream floral cupcakes

We sculpted cheshire cats, toadstools, dragons outside their caves and even a telephone.


I cannot wait for this terms class.

Here are a few photographs of what we will be doing but there is always more!

Enrolment is open ready for class on Monday, but you can always join any time, as the recordings are stored on the site to watch whenever you wish.




But there is so much more:

Royal Iced cookies

Flowers for cakes using the very popular air drying clay - flowers that last forever.

Sharp edge cakes

A two tier peacock cake with cascading feathers

A cute bride and groom

A beautiful open rose

Cute Animal cake toppers

and even better, one of the classes will be wiring up multiple arrangements using the flowers they make during the term.


I think that will most definitely keep us busy this term.


Want to do a section of a course?

Have a look at the time table for this term and just get in touch via dragonsanddaffodils@gmail.com

You may not be able to commit to the whole 8 weeks, but would love to do the three weeks of animal modelling? No Problem, that is just about to be added to the site as an option.

You might want to just do the two week gelatine section, or learn how to make lavender?

Just get in touch and I can organise that for you.


Monday morning

Four weeks of Air drying clay flowers (can also make in sugar) including bird of paradise, anthurium, gladioli, lisianthus. Then we will make a cute bride and groom for two weeks followed by the peacock cake for two weeks.


Monday evening

This term is all about learning to arrange the flowers, but first we will make hibiscus, chinese jasmine flowers, buds and leaves and eucalyptus leaves. Then the last three weeks of term we will learn different ways to arrange and add to a cake.


Tuesday Evening

First we will spend two weeks making royal iced cookies before moving on to a beautiful open rose and foliage. We will spend a week learning to sharp ice a polystyrene dummy with additional information on how to use this skill with cake, but don't forget to visit the free online tutorials section for videos on how to do this too. Finally we will spend two weeks creating floral gelatine desserts.


Wednesday morning

Two parts to this term. The first sections we will spend creating Snowdrops, pansy, lavender and tulips, then the last three weeks will be spent creating cute animal toppers.


I think I have given you more than enough to read for one night, so I will say goodnight.

I can't wait until Monday.

Term is going to be great!


Happy caking


Rhi


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