Thursday, January 5, 2012

The Flour Power Tour 2012

Part 2 of Looking back at 2011 is still in the meantime here is a look at my personal teaching & travel line up for 2012!

The first leg of travel will be to Denver Colorado where I will be judging & demonstrating at the Sweet Times in the Rockies cake show. The show takes place February 11th & 12th at the Colorado Garden and Home Show.

Next stop is the That Takes The Cake Show in Austin Texas. The show takes place February 25th & 26th and consists of a sugar art show, live demonstrations, vendors, mini classes and celebrity classes! I'll be teaching Eat Your Art Out - how to make fun faux foods as well as making a silicone mould.

Some of the fun treats from Eat Your Art Out

In March I will taking 2 more trips. First to attend the Extreme Flowers - Giants to Miniatures class with Ron Ben-Israel at Custom Cakes in Savannah Georgia.

Later that month I will be teaching 2 classes at the Great Lakes Mini Classes in Dearborn Michigan. Another fun show consisting of a sugar art show, vendors and guest classes - be sure to check it out!

In August I will be demonstrating at the ICES convention in Reno, Nevada August 2nd - 5th. Join me at the Snakeskin Lace Effect demo on Friday August 3rd at 2pm - I will be sharing the techniques I used to make my 3rd place sugar shoe at the 2011 OSSAS show. Looking forward to attending the convention!

3rd place Masters Sugar Shoe at OSSAS 2011

In September I will be making my annual trek to Tulsa Oklahoma to attend & compete in the Oklahoma Sugar Art Show September 29th-30th. The Grand Wedding Cake Competition theme this year is Hats, Headbands & Headgear - should be interesting!

The last stop on the tour for 2012 is in October where I will be attending & teaching at the Cake Love convention in Vancouver, British Columbia. Last year the first convention was a blast with tons of great classes - this year is proving to be bigger & better with an amazing line up! Be sure to check it out!

Display cake from the 1st Cake Love Convention

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