Classes

Learn to Decorate with Frosting Class for Adults

Take this Decorate with Frosting Class for Adults and you’ll never have to pay those sky-high prices for store-bought cakes again!

I took my first Wilton Cake Decorating Class way back in 1989 for the sole purpose of being able to decorate birthday cakes for my kids. Back then a store-bought decorated cake was only $12.99. Now they can cost more than $20 and the decorations are usually something any beginner can do.

Learn to Decorate with Frosting Class for Adults – $35
Sun. 1/13/19 10:30 – 12:30 and Tues. 4/23/19 6:30 – 8:30 pm (You choose)
Contact the store at 614-851-0431 now to book this class. All classes held at Joann Fabrics 4600 W. Broad St. Columbus.

What you’ll learn in this class:

  • The basics of buttercream icing
  • How to prepare, fill and use decorating bags
  • Basic piping techniques using decorating bags with round and star tips
  • Texturing techniques for buttercream

Supplies List

  • Wilton coupler
  • Wilton white decorator icing, 16 oz. can
  • Wilton decorating tip 3 and 16 set
  • Wilton decorating tip 12 and 21 set
  • Wilton tip 2D
  • Wilton icing colors – 2 or 3 of your choice
  • Wilton 9″ angled spatula (optional)
  • Wilton 12″ disposable decorating bags (Free, while supplies last)

Bring from home:

  • Gallon size zipper bag for cleanup
  • Butter knife (if not using spatula listed above)
  • Small squeeze bottle of water
  • Confectioner’s sugar
  • Disposable cups or bowls for mixing icing
  • Damp cloth in plastic bag
  • Scissors
  • Paper towels
  • Toothpicks
  • Paper plate
  • Parchent or was paper
  • Tape

View my full schedule of classes HERE.
Contact me to schedule a private party HERE.

I schedule new classes every week.  [block]2[/block] and I’ll send you weekly updates.  I’ll let you know when Wilton products are on sale and when classes are on sale!

Donna Anderson

Donna Anderson 'works' at Joann Fabrics at 4600 W. Broad St. in Columbus, OH. Just look for the crazy old lady behind the cutting counter. As a kid, she ran with scissors and ate paste. She's since found safer, more creative ways to use her Fiskars and Mod Podge. Next time you're at the store, stop by the cutting counter and have a chat! (Just please don't ask me about lightbulbs!)

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