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14th Sep 2019 09:30 - 17:00

£70.00

Creator of Sugar Wobblies and long standing member of the Sugarcraft Guild Georgie Godbold, is back at the Academy this September showing you how to recreate the fun and funky ‘Flo the Flamingo’.

An excellent class for beginners, you’ll learn how to cover a small bevelled round cake dummy using Renshaw Ready to Roll Icing, as well as how to decorate the base to create a stylish perch for Flo to sit on.

Followed by the opportunity to develop your modelling skills, creating accurate proportions and simplistic animal facial features when making both Flo and her adorable little chick using the Renshaw Modelling Paste range in Georgie’s iconic ‘Wobbly’ style, along with Rainbow Dust ProGel Colours to enhance your design.

Finally finishing your day by adding those all important finishing touches to your design such as the flowers, feathers and of course Flo’s glasses and necklace.

Was £85, now £70

 

Please refer to the map for details of our exact location.

 

WHAT WE PROVIDE:

All equipment, materials*, a cake box and an apron to wear!
A buffet styled lunch, afternoon tea and refreshments throughout the day.
Helpful academy staff, should you require assistance.
*All our cakes are made with a standard sponge recipe which contains wheat flour, eggs, sugar, butter and may contain nuts. Our Rice Krispie bases may contain barley, pork gelatine and sugar. Our Marzipan products contain nuts.

 

IS THIS COURSE SUITABLE FOR ME?

This course is suitable for beginners.
ALL attendees must be 18 years old, or over.

Not for you? Browse our other courses HERE.

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN

  • How to cover a cake dummy in Renshaw Ready to Roll Icing.
  • How to create a mother and chick flamingo in a 'Sugar Wobbly' style.
  • How to work with the Renshaw Modelling Paste range and Rainbow Dust Colours.
  • How to create accurate proportions on a model.
  • How to create simplistic animal facial features.

CONTACT

Renshaw Academy
Real Good Food Development Centre
61 Stephenson Way
Wavertree Technology Park
Liverpool
L13 1HN

Tel: 0151 541 3790
info@renshawacademy.com

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