With this cake decorating class, I want to give a run down of what happens in each lesson, so anxious people like me will know what to expect. Unfortunately, there’s not much cake decorating in the first lesson, which means no pictures taken by me. 😦
So what did we do? Well, we were told how to do things properly by the “Wilton Method.” Our instructor showed us how to make the appropriate icing, how to ice a cake, what things we will be learning and what materials we need. In my previous post, I had a picture of the kit that you can buy for the course. Little did I know that in addition to the mini kit, I need all this extra stuff.
So what am I going to do? Well, I’m going to return the kit in favour of these:
Plus cake boards, piping gel and a few duplicate tips to make my life easier. (Apparently, anyways.)
So, if you’re planning on taking a cake decorating course, be prepared to have to buy a lot of things. Even though I’m pretty sure that I want to continue with the other Wilton courses*, I suffered a bit of sticker shock – thank goodness Michaels has coupons!
*Our instructor told us that the tool kit will be most of what we require for all three Wilton Cake Decorating Courses.