Event Phone: 303-761-1522
- Beautiful Lilly Flowers
July 21, 2017
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Class is limited to 10 students. YOU MUST CALL CAKE CRAFTS TO SIGN UP FOR THE CLASS at 303-761-1522
You’re going to fall in love with making pulled Isomalt flowers. In this 4 hour hands on class you’ll be working with precooked Isomalt, heat lamps and learning pulling and shaping technique to create beautiful glass like Lilly’s and ribbons. No molds will be used in this class, how great is that! Pulled sugar flowers and ribbons are stunning on cakes.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
Peggy is internationally known, not only for her unique skills in sugar art, but also for the quality, and fun, demonstrations and classes, at which she inspires enthusiasm in everyone who attends. This reputation has opened many doors for her in the sugar world.
Peggy Tucker is a Certified Master Sugar Artist, one of 32 in the world, and is the owner of School Of Cakeology. She specializes in teaching the art of Sugar, Cake Design, and Cake Decorating, and is an International Instructor.
Peggy Tucker has been passing on her passion for sugar and cake decorating to professionals and amateurs for the last 15 years. She has also worked closely with companies to bring new quality products to the market. In 2009, she worked with CakePlay LLC to develop and bring to the market premade Isomalt, which brought new insight into the industry on how we could use Isomalt for everyday decorations. Her latest effort was in 2014 when she helped launch and bring to the market the new product DECOgel by Icing Images.
Peggy has been seen on the Food Network, Fox news, has written articles published in American Cake Decorating Magazine, Edible Artists Network Magazine, ICES Magazine, Minnesota Women Magazine and Rochester Newspapers have written many articles on her over the years. She is one of CakeFu Master Trainers and Edible Artists magazine experts. She loves doing cake challenges for charity events, her favorite ones are for Icing Smiles and Ovarian Cancer, as she is a survivor. She designs and manufactures her own line of chef coats with a portion of the proceeds going to the American Cancer Society. This endeavor of teaching has allowed her to travel, teach and judge all over the world. But most importantly it has allowed her to see her students achieve awards and medals of their own and to have made so many amazing new friends.
For more information about the instructor visit www.schoolofcakeology.com