Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Workshop: How to Make a Kai-Lan Cake Topper

I'll be teaching my 1st class/workshop on how to make a Kai-Lan cake topper out of modeling chocolate.

When: 9:00-11:00 am on Sat, March 19th, 2011

Where: Aliso Viejo, CA (exact address will be provided with RSVP)

Cost: $45 includes all supplies - all you need to bring is a box to bring her home in.

How to sign up:
1) through Facebook, it's posted as an event under www.facebook.com/sugarsweetcakesandtreats

2) by emailing me at: sugarsweetcakesandtreats@gmail.com

Space is limited - RSVP due Thursday, March 11th.


Unknown said...

I saw your link on Cake central. May I just say you have some serious cake skills!! I am thoroughly impressed.
I am a fan of anime, very cool.

SugarSweet said...

Thank you Iman =)

Anonymous said...

You do great work. Thank you for sharing your knowledge. Your IMBC looks really white. What brand of butter do you use?

SugarSweet said...

Thank you! I use the Unsalted Sweet Cream Butter by Kirkland Signature (Costco Brand). It's more of a very light, off-white color but it isn't noticeable unless you have something bright white up next to it.

Anonymous said...

What color do you use to get the flesh color?

SugarSweet said...

it's a mix of AmeriColor gels: Pink and Egg Yellow. I recently bought the AmeriColor Flesh color but I still find myself adding a dab here and there of other colors to it to get it just right. Always try it out on a small ball of fondant or modeling chocolate first since gel colors are strong and then add more of the white fondant or modeling chocolate to it until it looks right.

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