Class Description

Kintsugi is the traditional Japanese art form of fusing together broken pottery with the use of fine gold. In this self-paced online course Amanda draws inspiration from kintsugi to create this modern cake design that can be applied onto fondant or ganache cakes. Learn how to create mesmerizing depth of colour in your watercolours, layer tones and utilise piping techniques in this HD video course. This online class also has the bonus addition of the Wafer Paper Sails step-by-step Pictorial for recreating the delicate wafer paper decoration adorning the cake.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Kintsugi Watercolour Tutorial

    • Part 1 - Drawing the Pattern

    • Part 2 - Watercolour Painting

    • Part 3 - Piping

    • Part 4 - Mettalic Finish

  • 2

    Wafer Paper Sails

    • Wafer Paper Sails Pictorial

  • 3

    Additional Resources

    • Tools & Materials List

    • Pattern Guide PDF

    • Royal Icing Recipe

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Class Overview

HD VIDEO LESSONS & PDF
SKILL LEVEL: BEGINNER
TIME TO DECORATE: 1-2 DAYS
VIEWABLE ON MOBILE, TABLET & DESKTOP

Instructor

Amanda Lee

Amanda Lee is a multi-award winning cake decorator and instructor based in Adelaide, Australia. Evolving from a classical French patisserie background, she established Sugar Sugar Cakes as a means of exploring her passion for the arts through cake. Her signature style features avant-garde elements finished with a contemporary edge; best known for her painted cakes, modern wedding cakes & sculpted works. She has had the pleasure of being featured in Cake Masters, Brides of Adelaide Magazine, Cake! Magazine as well as numerous blogs and websites. Empowering cake decorators with contemporary cake skills and business knowledge is the main vision of Sugar Sugar Cakes, and Amanda sees this through by providing weekly Blog posts, live classes, online tutorials, private classes & mentorship to the vast cake community.