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Learn to Pipe: Beautiful Buttercream Blooms

Amy Kimmel, Baking and Pastry Arts Instructor

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12 Lessons (1h 35m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:27
    • 2. Tools

      8:14
    • 3. Resources

      5:58
    • 4. Color Matching

      10:24
    • 5. Raspberry

      5:46
    • 6. Violet

      8:13
    • 7. Rose

      8:15
    • 8. Choosing Flowers

      7:18
    • 9. Ranunculus

      10:17
    • 10. Camellia

      12:09
    • 11. Fillers and Project

      14:24
    • 12. Thanks

      1:30

About This Class

Buttercream flowers are my absolute favorite to pipe and arrange on cakes!  In this class, I want to show you the techniques to achieve colorful blooms on your own projects.

We will talk about the process of choosing and creating flowers so you can build the skills to pipe almost any bloom, berry, bud, or leaf out of delicious frosting.  I'm going to show you some very specific techniques such as color matching, choosing the right tools,  and how to determine the structure of a flower so that you are confident to create. 

This isn't your cookie cutter point A to point B class.  If you're looking for a way to break out of the mold and learn skills to be more creative, then this course is definitely for you.  I look forward to seeing you in class!

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Amy Kimmel

Baking and Pastry Arts Instructor

Food is the thing that connects us all. From the people who painstakingly grow our food to the hard workers that prepare the food to the billions of people that consume it. Whether we realize it or not, aside from all of our differences, it's what makes us all the same in some way. We need it for survival, use it for an income, and love it for all of it's nourishment and joy, Making food for other people has always been, and will always be, a great passion and source of fulfillment for me. I ...

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