Want to impress your customers with breathtaking cake designs that make them say "I've never seen that before!"? Learn to create gorgeous buttercream flowers, not by piping with tips, but by sculpting with a palette knife. Your cakes won't necessarily look like oil paintings, rather sculpted frescos.
In this class you will learn the following:
- Which palette knife will give you the look you desire for petals and leaves
- How to properly apply buttercream to your palette knife to give you sharp edges
- How to mix food coloring on a palette to give you dramatic results
- Palette knife application techniques to give your cakes luxurious blooms
INSTRUCTOR: Miri Nadler
DATE: SUNDAY, Nov 10, 2019
TIME: 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
CLASS LENGTH: 4 HOURS
REGISTRATION FEE: $250 + Eventbrite Fees
VIP Plus and Professional Experience pass holders who would like to participate in the more advanced Extra Sugar Classes hosted by the industry's top cake and sugar artists have the option to transfer up to 25% of their Core Class credits to credits for use with their Extra Sugar Class registration fee. CLICK HERE to transfer your Core Class credits to Extra Sugar Class credits.
Miri is originally from Los Angeles where she began her food blog in 2009 called “Miri in the Village.” She set out to teach herself how to bake, and in the process, perfect her recipes, technique and flavor pairings. While in LA, Miri worked in the administration of a luxury bakery, where she received a front row education of how to run a kitchen. Though she explored many culinary avenues on her blog, Miri’s biggest strength and deepest passion has always been pastries.
In 2016, Miri and her family moved to the Triangle region of North Carolina, and is currently settled just south of Raleigh. Having seen women in Asia use palette knives to decorate cakes on Instagram, Miri made her 2019 New Year’s resolution to figure out how to do the same. It wasn’t long until Miri mastered the craft and developed her own unique style. An Instagram account and several requests for orders later, Ten Bloom Cakes was born.