Dragons & Daffodils School

by Rhianydd  Webb

Daft about Dragons &

Crazy about Cake

Welcome to september

By Rhianydd Webb, Sep 9 2018 05:48PM

September brings the start of colour in the trees.........well, Autumn is my favourite season after all..........the final blackberries and berries in the hedgerows and the start of cosy evenings in.

But most importantly, ....................CLASSES START BACK NEXT WEEK! :D


The summer break feels longer and longer each year, but I am so excited to be back to weekly classes tomorrow to see familiar and new faces alike.


We have a fab variety of subjects on offer this term and I simply can't wait.


So what else happened in August? Read on to find out.




Behind the Scenes


There are so many fun things that I get to do that are often hidden for months before you see them, and August was certainly full of those.


I have lovely magazine tutorials coming out over the next few months that I am really looking forward to sharing with you and lots of prep for fab projects too.


But what can I share?


Peach Life


I was so excited when Stephanie Would invited me to be involved in her fantastic collaboration that will be a feature at Cake International in November.


The fabulous stories of Roald Dahl being immortalised in Sugar, how fantastic will that be. It is amazing seeing all the work in progress pics appearing on a daily basis in the secret group, and having seen so many of them, I promise you are going to love them!


Here is my work in progress that Peach life shared recently.



first work in Progress pic for peach life
first work in Progress pic for peach life

Can you guess who it will be?


Saracino Classes at Cake International


Over the last few days, Saracino have been sharing the mini classes that will be running on their stand at the wonderful Cake International and I am thrilled to be teaching again.


Here is the information from Saracino


SARACINO MINI CLASS AT CAKE INTERNATIONAL SHOW IN BIRMINGHAM


We Are Pleased To Announce Another Mini Class That Is Now Available To Book. This Time We Are Giving You The Opportunity To Learn From Rhianydd Webb aka Dragons & Daffodils Cakes by Rhianydd Webb <3


Please Remember That We Only Have 9 Spaces Available So Book Quick To Avoid Disappointment.


The Class Was A Massive Success Last Year Therefore We Asked Rhianydd To Run It Again For Us. It Will Take Place On Sunday The 4th November At Saracino Stand J28 And Last For 3h Where You Will Learn How To Create Hands And Feet Using Saracino Modelling Paste <3


You Don't Have To Bring Anything With You As We Will Supply Products And Tools.

The Cost Of The Class Is £40. To Book Simply Email info@saracinodolci.co.uk



My class for Saracino at Cake International
My class for Saracino at Cake International

We had loads of time at the class last time, so Saracino requested that I teach it again and I am so looking forward to the longer class, because I hope we can really get stuck in.


Mr Bakers Blog


Thank you again for the mention Rob. This week in Sunday Sweets, Rob shared the tutorial I have written for saracino which is a free tutorial available on the website of an amplifier cake I made for a dear friend.


The tutorial teaches you step by step how to sculpt and create this Peterson Amplifier. My friend had more extras on her cake. Well, every lovely welsh lady needs both dragons and daffodils, and I couldn't resist writing her name in the guitar lead.

Here is the link to the tutorial and here is the link to Mr Bakers Blog.,



Something exciting!


I will be delivering a very special cake on Thursday next week.

That just might be a hint! So I will have some fab pictures for you in the blog on thursday, so make sure you pop by to read.


Until then.


Happy Caking

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Welcome to my Blog.

 

Anyone who has been to one of my classes or Demonstrations knows that I am passionate about my craft.  I wholeheartedly believe that knowledge should be shared, so if I know something, I will happily tell you.

 

This includes my love of what I call the History of Sugarcraft in our lifetime.  

 

I started cake decorating in 1995, learning from books and from attending British Sugarcraft Guild meetings with all the fabulous demonstrators, so my wish, is to share information about those that made it possible of the UK to create the cakes that we make today.

 

This Blog was created to share a little of that history along with blogposts with a little info about what is happening lately in the world of cake too.

 

So I hope we will see you here again

 

Rhianydd

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