Beginner Camps for Kids Ages 8 to 14 M-F, 1:30-3:00ish June 15-19 SORRY JUNE CAMP IS FULL
Aug. 10-14 a few spots still open $70 (includes a take-home kit with supplies except for cakes and frosting)
Beginner Camp for Teens & Adults Ages 13 and up 5 Tuesday evenings 7:00-8:30ish July 21-Aug 18 SORRY THIS CAMP IS FULL $70 (includes a take-home kit with supplies except for cakes and frosting)
Advanced Camp (for kids who have participated in Grace's past camp and are ready for advanced techniques): M-F, 1:30-3:30ish July 27-31 SORRY THIS CAMP IS FULL $70 (includes a take-home kit with supplies except for cakes and frosting)
Join my cake wizard of a 17-yr-old daughter, Grace, as she teaches you her favorite tips and tricks for decorating beautiful and fun cupcakes and cakes. These camps were a big hit the last 2 years!
Grace has been perfecting her frosting and fondant techniques for 7 years. She even created the cake for her cousin's wedding! Grace is also the Artistic & Activities Coordinator at Flapdoodles and the painter of their South Store mural!
In the beginner classes, students will become familiar with their new kit of tips, learn how to create a perfect frosting, troubleshoot, and create delectables like cactus cupcakes and an ombre rose cake!
In the advanced class, students will build on what they have learned in the past to develop more technical skills, closing out the week with an amazing unicorn cake!
Take-home kits include: Tip set (advanced students already own this), extra icing bags, food coloring, cupcake liners & sprinkles, and other items to complete their projects.
Students will provide cupcakes, 6 inch round cakes, frosting (Grace will provide the recipe,) grease spray, parchment paper, and some kitchen tools like a rolling pin and spatula. Grace will post a video on how she makes the frosting and cakes.
Please fill out the form below. I will email you an invoice for tuition within 1-2 days. Payment can be made via Venmo or a check in the mail to Grace Pearson. Sorry, PayPal has given us problems, so we don't use it.