A few weeks ago when I first saw this Cakes in Full Bloom Cake Decorating class over at Craftsy, I knew it had to be on my list of must-take classes! I mean look at those cakes!! Confetti and shimmer and pink and and sequins and flowers and just WOW!
And let me tell you – I was not disappointed!
I’ve recently seen a couple of amazing sequins tutorials floating around the cake world and while the outcome is fantastic – the method is overwhelming for me. However, Erin Gardner’s method in the Cakes in Full Bloom Class is so easy and attainable… I’m convinced anybody can do it! (not that anybody couldn’t do the other methods – it would just take longer and more tools)
In addition to the sequins tutorial – another thing I really loved was the tutorial for the peonies (and other flowers). I’m still a chicken when it comes to making sugar flowers, but I was so impressed with the tutorials in this class and maybe, just maybe I’ll try my hand at making some soon!
To give you a little bit more insight into the class, here’s a description from Craftsy…
Use modern design principles and cake artist Erin Gardner’s smart techniques to create radiant, floral-inspired cakes. You’ll make statement flowers like the open peony, honeycomb dahlia and trendy ranunculus, as well as fun fillers like billy balls, eucalyptus leaves and hellebore flowers. Then, decorate Erin’s Confetti Cake, covering one tier with vibrant rainbow confetti and the other with an understated pattern of matte dots set against a shimmering background. Decorate the I Heart Cake with a top tier encrusted in gold sequins and a bottom tier of horizontal stripes with inset hearts. Bring the Monoglam Cake to life with a gilded topper, vertical stripes and a Swiss dot pattern of gilded bows. Complement enticing cake designs with vibrant sugar-flower arrangements that make an irresistible showpiece for any event.
If you’re ready to take this class, hurry and grab it now (it’s 25% off off)! But if you’re still not sure, please sign up for a free class or click over and visit CakeJournal.com and read my full review for more information!
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