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The Party Shop
$45 for Your Choice of One of Two Cake Decorating Classes
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- Christmas is coming!
- Grab a three hour cake decoration class for $45 from The Party Shop.
- Choose from: a Christmas theme class on 21st November or cake decoration class on 28th November.
- Go further than just the icing on the cake
- Create a masterpiece that will be admired as it takes its place as centre of attention.
This is more than the icing on the cake. This is your first step towards making seriously awesome looking pieces of art. Remember though, you need to be emotionally prepared because there will come a time where you masterpiece will in fact be hacked up and eaten!
Grab a three hour cake decoration class for $45 from The Party Shop. Choose from:
- November 21st 2012. Bring your own Christmas Cake or Cake you want to decorate.
- November 28th 2012. Cake Decorating Techniques - find out how easy it is to make your own Christmas decorations.
When you serve up a cake it's best to feel proud of what is being put on the table as it takes its place as centre of attention. The highly experienced team from The Party Shop will show you a thing or two about how to make professional and beautiful looking cakes that you will enjoy making. From pretty colours to intricate details, learn how to decorate using the correct techniques. Be prepared for that next big occasion or start working toward a beautiful Christmas treat the whole family can enjoy. All equipment is supplied for each class and you will even get to take home your creation and leftover ingredients. If you wish to purchase any of the ingredient products, these will be available at a special price during the day of the course. This course is suitable for both beginners and experienced cake makers and specialises in Satin Ice Rolled Fondant.
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