I started out as a free member for quite a while now. This year, I had extra money to spend on education and decided to become an Elite member. I really love it! Whenever I have a new cake come up that I’m not quite sure how to execute, I can find a tutorial to help.
When you watch a tutorial while in the planning process you can identify potential problems and make sure you’re better prepared.
I struggled with structures and sculpted cakes. Liz does a great job explaining many different options and how to go about properly supporting your cake. I also find that there is typically one part of the process that I didn’t quite think through. When you watch a tutorial while in the planning process you can identify potential problems and make sure you’re better prepared.
Reaching Your Cake Goals
This year, my goals were to compete (and place) in a cake competition and be published in a magazine. I met both of these goals, which is huge for me! This directly affected the success of my business. I am able to charge more, I am on the list of great vendors in my state, and I am booking challenging creative cakes. This is a direct result of my investment in a good teacher like Liz.
I appreciate that Sugar Geek Show is always pushing the envelope. They are always experimenting with something really innovative and unique. I think that this is a unique service and it sets them apart from other cake teachers.
I appreciate that Liz is always pushing the envelope. She is always experimenting with something really innovative and unique. She regularly works with unconventional sugar mediums like isomalt, wafer paper, gelatin, chocolate, and different types of paints. I think that this is a unique service and it sets her apart from other cake teachers.
I also use the isomalt eye molds and transfer sheets as well as the chocolate skull mold. This definitely simplifies my sculpting process and helps me create a better product. I recommend these to all my cake friends!