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sugar art - gum paste classes


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Hi all...I need help. I know that Lori of Wildflowers teaches classes in New York. Who else, besides Nicholas Lodge or Scott, teaches flowers? I ran across someone online, bookmarked that page, and that computer crashed with no way of getting the info back. She is a dark haired lady who teaches. Not elderly, and a professional. Not a hobbyist.

She could be in the area around New York, too. Anyone have any clues or names for me to look up?

Thanks,

Annette

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Jennifer Dontz travels to conduct flower classes. Contact me if you want her information. Her cakes are in the big floral arrangment books that are in florist shops - I guess they are FTD or whoever it is that publishes those big giant books that go out across the country. I think they come out yearly. She's awesome. Well credentialed.

There's B Keith Ryder Virginia.

And here's a good link

http://www.ices.org/links/sugarartinstruction.html

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Jennifer Dontz travels to conduct flower classes. Contact me if you want her information. Her cakes are in the big floral arrangment books that are in florist shops - I guess they are FTD or whoever it is that publishes those big giant books that go out across the country. I think they come out yearly. She's awesome. Well credentialed.

There's B Keith Ryder Virginia.

And here's a good link

http://www.ices.org/links/sugarartinstruction.html

Hey K8! Thanks for the shout-out.

I'm starting a series on gum paste fundamentals in the new year. One class a week for 10 weeks, each hitting different flowers and skills. Bit of a trek for Annette from New York, though. ;)

I know I'll be in New York in April to teach and demo at a Day of Sharing, but I don't recall now what topics they've asked for. I'll check, and if it's gum paste, I'll holler.

B. Keith Ryder

BCakes by BKeith

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I'll be teaching advanced cake decorating from my home as of early April, if you can wait until then. I live in Eastern Pennsylvania.

Theresa :biggrin:

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Jennifer Dontz travels to conduct flower classes. Contact me if you want her information. Her cakes are in the big floral arrangment books that are in florist shops - I guess they are FTD or whoever it is that publishes those big giant books that go out across the country. I think they come out yearly. She's awesome. Well credentialed.

There's B Keith Ryder Virginia.

And here's a good link

http://www.ices.org/links/sugarartinstruction.html

Hey K8! Thanks for the shout-out.

Absolutely, Cake-Buddy. I have been blessed to be in your class.

Hey I just heard that Jennifer will be doing a floral gum paste class in New York this fall. Here's her email, cakebabe1@aol.com. It will be a two day gumpaste floral class.

Both dynamite teachers!

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