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post #16 of 23
I have enjoyed my wilton courses so much!!!! i looked forward to each class all week long! i learned so many things, and my instructor is wonderful!!!!!! i get to take gum paste flowers from her next!! cant wait!!!!!
i encourage all that havent taken the class yet to do so, i've learned much more than i thought i would.
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post #17 of 23
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Originally Posted by beachcakes

Where do you take wilton courses? Michaels? I'd love to take a course. The closest Michaels is 50 miles from here and only offers classes during the day! icon_cry.gif




Michaels is not the only place that does Wilton classes. I actually have a hardware store in my town that has a Wilton Instructor teach one set of classes a year.

Here is a link to find out where the closest classes are near you.
http://www.wilton.com/classes/closestclass.cfm

Hope this helps.
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post #18 of 23
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Originally Posted by nola

I think the Wilton classes are great, you learn a lot.
The key is the instructor and my instructor SUCKS! But she's at the closet Michael's, so I've had to stick with her.



You should call around to the cake stores in your area they usually do the wilton classes. and a lot of them will also give you 10-20% off anything in the store for the entire time you are taking the class.
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post #19 of 23
I tried to register for class 1 but it was filled
I did take the last spot in class 2 and I start tomorrow
I am so excited, just hope skipping class 1 doesn't pose a problem

I have decorated a little on my own, and have learned so many new techniques her at CC

Wish me luck, I'll post pictures and keep you updated.

Have a good day Denise
post #20 of 23
When I took courses years ago, they weren't exactly Wilton, but I took them at a cake decorating shop. The shop still offers the classes, but it's too far a way from me to go on a weekly basis. I will, however, be taking the courses at Joann's or Michaels soon..... I'll probably wait until school starts in the fall though.

Debbi
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post #21 of 23
I am so excited, I started course 2 tonight.
The instructor was awsome and we had so much fun.
I skipped course 1 and she asked how I learned on my own
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It was really nice to have a person to talk to and learn from and the other students were great,just a small class of 5.

Can't wait for next Wed.

Denise
post #22 of 23
I'm new here, have just found this wonderful website! Here is my wilton III final cake from last month.
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post #23 of 23
What a beautiful cake....Great Job thumbs_up.gif
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