Live Virtual Royal Icing 101 and Halloween Transfer Class Playback – 10/1/20
This is a playback of the Live Virtual Royal Icing 101 and Halloween Transfer Class class on 10/1/20.
Royal icing can be magic when it's right, or completely frustrating when it's not. This class is designed to help you master the 5 most commonly used icing consistencies - stiff/ thick, piping, 25 sec or hybrid, medium and flood.
• I will demonstrate how to make the 5 different consistencies I like to use most. I will be using the Celebakes Royal Icing Mix. It can be found in my shop https://shop.laurascookiestudio.com/collections/royal-icing/products/royal-icing
• I will demonstrate how to make Halloween transfers using a practice sheet.
What are Royal Icing transfers? Royal Icing Transfers are edible sugar decorations or candies prepared from royal icing. To put it simply Royal Icing Transfer is basically royal icing that was piped or spread on a piece of wax paper, parchment paper or an acetate sheet, and it was left to dry. Making transfers is a great way to practice basic decorating skills, use up left over icing, and can help save time during the decorating process.
• Download my Royal Icing 101 and Royal Icing Transfers Class Packet
-Class Prep Guide with everything you need to to be prepared for class
- Printable and video step-by-step instructions
- Royal Icing 101 Class Handout
-Royal Icing Transfers Class Handouts
- Practice transfer template
- Halloween Transfer Sheet Template Bundle
Once you purchase you will be prompted to download playback instructions with the link to watch the class and download the Class Packet.
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*This is a LIVE Class and live things happen... like a camera may freeze up or my computer may take forever to load a document etc. But the good thing is, you can just fast forward ;)