I took Course I and II which each cost me $25 each.... The last course I took through Michael's and I got it for half price. Cost me $12.50 for the 4 one night (2 hours each) classes. Supplies can be kind of pricey, but to me, it's been worth it
Not a bad idea at all especially since I've done some cakes on my own including 2 barbie stand up cakes so I do have a pretty good idea....The only problem is i don't know what the Course Books are. If you guys can tell me the names of the books I need maybe I can go from there.
I took my Wilton classes at Hobby Lobby, and it was $25 plus the price of the kit ($0 or $25). They gave us each a voucher for a % (can't remember how much) off any cake decorating items (not only Wilton) in the store for the duration of the class. I bought things the night of class more than once and stopped in other times when I was in town. For the second class the voucher was good for one time only and that was the first night of class. I had no extra cash that night so they said I ould use it the next time. That made NO sense. I let my instructor know that they were losing a LOT of business that way. I never did use my voucher. I bought everything I needed at another store closer to home. I could never figure out what they could have been thinking by making that change. If I take another class it won't be at HL. However, there IS a Michaels just 30 mi away now. Ü
"Life's tough, pilgrim. It's even tougher if you're stupid!" John Wayne
I took the classes at Joann and they were 12.50 (with the coupon) and I bought the mid size tool kit and it was 25 dollars(with the coupon). There is a local cake decorating store and they have classes too, and they are much more, but they have everything you could imagine for classes.