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post #16 of 21
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That sounds great Susan! And such a bonus to be able to sell your cookie cutters too icon_smile.gif What is the event? Are there other classes going on too?
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post #17 of 21
It's for an ICES weekend of sharing. It's being held at Camp Carol Joy Holling, just outside Omaha, NE. The two days of decorating (Thursday, October 15 & Friday, the 16th) are split between me and another decorator. She is teaching gelatin flowers and fondant ribbon flowers. She'll take half of each day for her class, and I'll take the other half. I'm being allowed to take her class for free, and she can take mine for free. It sounds like she's not going to take my class, however, because she just got done doing a very large cookie order and really doesn't care to look at another cookie for quite some time! I'll be doing a demo for the weekend as well....haven't decided exactly what that will be. A simple cookie decorating demo, or go more ambitious and show how to put together a cookie tree centerpiece. Or maybe how to use decorated cookies to adorn cakes? The latest email I received said that there are 12 people signed up for my class so far, with October 12 being the deadline for signing up. I'm so-o-o looking forward to this!
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post #18 of 21
Over the weekend I went to a craft fair at the Waterford Foundation in VA. I met Betsy Cukla of Hammer Song Cookie Cutters there. (Of course I had to buy a bunch of cookie cutters too.)

I thought you might be interested to see the info on a cookie decorating class she will be doing Oct 11:

http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=135809467670
post #19 of 21
Wow, that class is expensive! I'd never be able to sell my husband on why I needed to spend $120 for a 2 1/2 hour class. An yet.....I'd LOVE to see what the class is like!
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post #20 of 21
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Originally Posted by GeminiRJ

An yet.....I'd LOVE to see what the class is like!



Me too! Her designs are very cute.

She does give some recipes and decorating directions in her little catalogs too.
post #21 of 21
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Wow - sounds like a great class! And probably worth every penny, if you ask me icon_smile.gif I decided not to do the class after giving it a lot of thought - for the same reason I'm not selling cookies any more. SOOOO much time when there's already so much to do for my family. Some day though!
Thank you all for your input.
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