Nothing can ever replace a face to face class for its hands-on experience however Ceri’s virtual classes are a great way to enhance your skills.

Water Lily

This project is a themed cake based on the Water Lily. Ceri will take you through how to create the Water Lily topper, the swirling pond effect and the river stones at the base.

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Vintage Easter Egg

Join Ceri as he puts a twist on an Easter egg, something for those who don’t want chocolate but still want an egg.

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The Rose

In this lesson Ceri will share with you his technique for creating a commercial rose, just the thing for your valentine’s project.

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A Very Holly Christmas

No spiky icing on this Christmas cake but certainly spiky leaves, holly leaves that is, join Ceri whilst he shows you what his family Christmas cake is going to look like this year.

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Fall In Love

An Autumnal themed cake, draped in fallen leaves, suitable for Halloween or Thanksgiving. In this month’s lesson Ceri uses line work and shows you his method for creating the leaves and explains how to accurately colour them.

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Stargazer Lily

A classic flower on a contemporary cake, in this month’s lesson Ceri shows you his method for creating these elegant blooms and discusses the variety of colours you can explore.

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Three In One

Versatility is the secret, therefore in this project I’ve taken on a friends challenge and found three different uses for one piece of equipment. I explore different ways in which I can decorate a cake, cupcake and cookie with delightful results.

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Classic Apricot

This project is a traditional cake, using mirrored scroll piping, cushion work and paste panels with a tiny piped rose accent to add that extra finishing touch

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Little Lambeth

The Little Lambeth is a contemporary version of traditional piping skills. A trend lately for ornate piped borders sweeping through America and Canada, soon to be hitting the UK. This little class project is a perfect example of adapting these traditional skills to a new contemporary style.

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Delicate Lemon

Ranunculus, a tight compact flower which is fast becoming a bride’s favourite combined with the recent trend in wafer paper has generated this delicately coloured cake. Delicate lemon is an amalgamation of several techniques combined to create a cake project suitable for any occasion.

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Wings of Gold

Simple in its design yet high in its visual impact Wings of Gold uses both new and old techniques to create a stunning cake topped with a ball of piped royal icing blossoms.

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Feathered Friends

Fun and friendly, feathered friend’s follows in the current trend of bird cage cakes. This month’s project introduces you to simple runout techniques, sugarpaste extruding and clay guns also a commercial gum paste Dahlia.

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Golden Egg

A modern twist on a traditional holiday ‘The Golden Egg’ celebrates the Easter holiday, however this cake is also well suited as a reveal cake for the pregnant couple with the bow colour representing the sex of the unborn child. It could also be used for a christening or good luck cake, hatching a new career etc.

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Sweet On You

With Valentines in mind, a delicate edible box of treats is the perfect way to say I Love You. This will make your love token even sweeter; great for any occasion where you wish to make someone feel special.

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Homecoming Queen

Fabric effects and delicate feminine colours are very on trend at the present and Homecoming Queen is the perfect girly cake suitable for many occasions from graduation to birthday, coming of age or your own precious little princesses’ celebration cake.

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The Frosty Gift

Prepare for the seasonal festivities with a winter themed cake. In this month’s project we take a look at modelling polar bears, an inscription and a simple royal icing technique for giving the illusion an ice flow.

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Fabric Fall

Fabric effects are a fascinating topic and this project will introduce you to some of the techniques involved. October’s project will explore the uses of fabric effects on a wedding cake combined with a royal icing border and commercial paste roses and leaves, dots and mini piped roses.

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Baby’s Here

This project is a simple sugarpaste/fondant cake using royal icing techniques to accent the cake with modelling to create the rattle topper. This cake is ideal for a christening or first birthday and you’ll have fun changing the colours to suit your occasion.

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Simple Summer Days

Perfect for a summer or spring wedding. This project is aimed at the beginners out there, a simple wedding cake using clean lines and repetition to create the wow factor, modelling a quick daisy is also included in this cake.

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Iced Cookies

Decorated cookies have fast become a favourite at weddings as place settings and wedding favours in this project we will look at different ways of finishing a cookie using simple techniques to get that wow factor.

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Big and Blousy Peony

The most popular flower for weddings is the rose however a very close second is the peony. In this lesson you will learn how to create this feature flower with both leaf and bud.

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Ribbons and Pearls

This sweet two tier cake will challenge your accuracy, behind its simple lines and relaxed forms lay a secret and it’s in the detail. Uniformity and repetition is a contemporary style of cake decorating, stunning when done well, but done badly and it will be obvious.

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All Around My Heart

Simplicity of design will work every time and with this project you will learn a few very simple techniques for creating a stunning looking cake the design of which would work well and if created as tiers of a wedding cake.

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Iced Cookies

Decorated cookies have fast become a favourite at weddings as place settings and wedding favours in this project we will look at different ways of finishing a cookie using simple techniques to get that wow factor.

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Clematis Cascade

Create a stunning arrangement of clematis with Ceri Griffiths as he takes you through all of the steps involved from making the centres to the petals and dusting. Ceri will show you his way to create these stunning yet simple blooms.

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