Create Exquisite Wafer Paper Flowers Cake Designs
Online education for cake designers and decorators
Unless you acquire the creative skills to stand out in your market, it can be a struggle to charge enough to sustain a profitable business.
You might also find yourself stuck:
- Repeating the same Pinterest designs.
- Losing your passion and creative spark.
- Questioning the future of your business.
Whether you work with fondant or buttercream, gum paste or wafer paper, you can elevate your cake designs by mastering color theory and flowers.
It’s worked for me and over 4000 of my students.
It can work for you, too.
This is how we can help you do it.
"This course has been the best investment to my creative business!
Winifred is so thorough and explains her technique with so much detail by breaking her methods down into small steps and guiding you through her whole process.
I am a very visual learner and her videos are easy to follow and understand. Her cameras are set up in many different angles that give you close up detail on her techniques with the tools being used. And the best part is that you have unlimited access to the courses and can go back to replay any part of the video that you needed a refresher on.
Before taking this class I had never worked with wafer paper. But with Winifred’s thorough instructions I was able to produce results beyond my expectations. Winifred is very methodical in her instructions and takes you step by step through out this entire course."
- Grace Ivers (@gracefulpastries)
"Thank you Winifred for the easy to follow tutorials ♥️ I watch your videos so often that I feel like i know you personally 😂 Your soothing and calm voice makes the experience super personable 💕💕 "
- Kendra P. (@petalocakery)
All 1:1 Learning Opportunities with Winifred are currently booked out for 2022, with a Wait List for 2023.
Why wait, when you can start learning from Winifred now and gain direct access to her inside the private Facebook community!
Any student who purchases an online class gains access to the Private FB community.
You’re able to charge more for your products, increasing your profitability.
You lead a more balanced life and no longer feel you’re approaching burnout
You’re not plagued by self doubt and feel confident in your work.
You create exquisite flowers and your cake designs are sought after.
Your designs attract your ideal clients and you have a waitlist to work with you.
Trial and error is a thing of the past and you’re surrounded by a community of fellow cake artists wanting to support you and lift you up.
You can be one of them too.
I make my flowers with both wafer paper and gum paste, depending on the look I want to achieve. All of my online classes are currently taught using wafer paper, which is made up of a combination of potato starch, water, and vegetable oil. Most wafer papers are flavorless or have a neutral taste which is an advantage as it doesn’t affect the taste of a cake when the flowers are applied.
I love both mediums for different reasons. One big reason why I use wafer paper instead of gumpaste is because of how light weight it is. When adding a lot of flowers to a cake design, this is important. Other benefits of wafer paper include taking only minutes to dry, which means faster assembly and no waiting overnight before dusting. Flowers made from wafer paper can also last forever, so you won’t have to worry about flowers withering again.
Wafer paper is not hard to learn. You can give it a try for yourself with my FREE Cosmos workshop, and read the testimonials from students who have produced stunning results working with wafer paper for the first time. Many techniques for gumpaste and wafer paper are interchangeable.
Wafer paper can work on buttercream cakes, too. Just remember to add in a layer of melted cocoa butter between the wafer paper flowers and the buttercream so the condensation from the buttercream will not soften or affect the wafer paper. (Wafer paper is sensitive to moisture.)
I teach both wafer paper flowers and cake design—specifically how to plan & conceptualize a design and how to decorate flowers on cakes—in my
WKC is based in Singapore where the humidity level is around 70-80% on average, so yes! Both wafer paper and gum paste flowers can be made in humid climates. Helpful tools include a dehumidifier to reduce the humidity level to about 60-65%, and the use of vodka to condition wafer paper. You can learn more about working with wafer paper on my blog.
Invest in yourself so you can stand out in your unique way and steer away of creating replicated cake designs.
Find your style and attract your ideal clients.
We are here to help.
Do check out our FAQs page, and if you need more help,
feel free to chat with me in the LIVE chat box located at the bottom right hand corner of the screen or drop us an email on any questions you may have and we will be more than happy to help.
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