Newbie Dewbie Cake Decorating: Beginner Icing and Piping (Video Course)
Learners will make a simple beginner decorators icing. Then, learn how to prepare, hold, squeeze and pipe with a decorators bag as well as how to write, make leaves, make easy flowers and borders. Finally, they'll decorate a fake cake.
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No live meetings
Over 4 weeks
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How does a "Flex" course work?
No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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This course will take a much more methodical approach to beginner cake decorating than we do in my fast paced “Beginner to Cake Boss in 5 Days!” course. This course is set up for the absolute beginner in mind with plenty of time to grasp each step and concept. We will not be baking a cake or decorating a real cake during this course since there’s already plenty to learn before that step. There are minimal supplies needed for this course. Students can participate with photos and/or...
CAKE DECORATING SUPPLIES: At least 3 pastry bags (reusable or disposable but not ziplock bags) At least 3 couplers with rings At least 1 cake decorating food coloring paste These are the tips we need for this course. I’m giving you the Wilton brand for reference so that you can purchase what you can find. 1 Star tip: #18, #21, or #32 1 Writing tip: #3, #5 or #7 1 Writing tip #12 1 Leaf tip: # #352, or #70 Small cake turntable is optional but useful when decorating cakes SUPPLIES FROM YOUR KITCHEN Something round, rectangular or square like a pot or plastic container to practice on for the last day. The Dollar Tree has cute little 6 inch Styrofoam that you can stack up and decorate. You might need to hot glue them or put some toothpicks or something through it to keep them together. They also sell a nice large white rectangular plastic dish pan that could be trimmed down some and used like a sheet cake. Be creative! Wax paper or like a cutting board or cookie sheet, something to pipe frosting on. Parchment paper to make parchment paper bags Electric mixer Large Ziplock bag to store filled pastry bags Spatula Sieve or a whisk Measuring cups and spoons Ingredients for the frosting A sheet protector(s) There’s a nice one in the teacher supplies at Dollar Tree with math practice papers.
No live meetings, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students may need help using the electric mixer to make the frosting. They may also need help printing out the practice sheets.
Lisa O.Learn to Love to Learn!
109 total reviews
253 completed classes
Over my life, as a curious and hard working "multipotentialite", I've definitely not been afraid to push myself constantly, at every age, to learn new and exciting things. The list is varied and long! Here are but a few of my top skills and...