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The Wilton Method® - Course 2 - Royal Icing (Flowers and Cake Design) - Skill level - All Levels -Wednesday 13th March 2019 - 9-5pm

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The Wilton Method® - Course 2 - Royal Icing (Flowers and Cake Design)

Fully inclusive course ( use of equipment and ingredients)

Included in price is a Wilton Course 1 Kit ( worth £41.99)


Learn how to create professional-looking flowers and designs made from royal icing. You will develop core skills to make many varieties of flowers, such as rosebuds, pansies, lilies and The Wilton Rose. We recommend you achieve Wilton Method Course 1 to gain the prerequisite skills before enrolling on this course.

Included is a Wilton Course 2 Kit (worth £41.99) containing a workbook and much of the equipment you will use to complete your course.

Your Certified Wilton Method Instructor will help you each step of the way as you learn to:

  • Use royal icing to create eight different types of flowers including The Wilton Rose
  • How to design the colour palette and pattern for a cake
  • Learn piping techniques like basketweave, cornelli lace and brush embroidery
  • Pipe royal icing appliques and additional decorative borders
  • And much more!

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