Chalkboard Style Cake Decoration

Chalkboard style cakes are extremely fashionable right now. Learn how to decorate your cake in this style in 55 minutes.
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  • Lectures 6
  • Length 1 hour
  • Skill Level Intermediate Level
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 4/2015 English

Course Description

Chalkboard cakes are all the rave right now, they are extremely fashionable in the cake decorating world.

Watch Polly "Pixie" Nemeth decorate a cake in a chalkboard style. We go through it step by step, from covering the cake with fondant to painting it, and then creating each of the foods featured on the cake.

We go through every step from cutting the cake to adding the ganache, covering it in fondant. Then creating the chalkboard effect, painting the cake, and finally creating the food items you see around the cake.

The course is 55 minutes but very detailed so you will need to pause it while decorating the cake.

If you are a beginner or intermediate cake decorator then this is a great course to learn.

What are the requirements?

  • Materials: 15cm, 20cm, 25cm (6”, 8”, 10”) • round chocolate mud cakes • Dark chocolate ganache • Black fondant • Long slim skewers • 15cm, 20cm (6”, 8”) slim round • cake base boards with a small hole • in the centre • 30cm (12”) thick cake base board • covered in black vinyl • Small amount of each fondant: red, • orange, pea green, cream, white. • Sugar syrup
  • Equipment: Smoothers • Large scraper • Large serrated knife Palette knife • Corn starch shaker •Lazy Susan Turntable • Large and small rolling pins • Wide soft brush • Narrow paint brushes Alcohol • Edible coloured powders • Modelling tools Balling tool • 5cm (2”) Leaf cutter

What am I going to get from this course?

  • decorate a cake in chalkboard style
  • Create vegetable cake decorations
  • Paint on a cake

What is the target audience?

  • beginner or intermediate cake decorator
  • someone able to lay fondant on a cake already

What you get with this course?

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30 day money back guarantee.

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Lifetime access.

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Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Chalkboard Style Cake Decorating
00:26

This is the introduction to the course where you can meet our awesome instructor Pixie, and see what sort of cake you will be learning to make in the course!

02:15

You will see what type of cake you will be using and how to cut it properly.

06:10

Here you will learn how to ganache the cake, and also cover it with the black fondant that is needed for the chalkboard effect.

18:31

You will learn how to paint the decorations onto the cake, which look like a chalkboard.

13:03

You will learn how to create some vegetables and add them to the cake.

16:04

You will learn how to create some crabs and vegetables to decorate the cake.

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Instructor Biography

Peter Zaborszky, LearnCakeDecoratingOnline Owner

LearnCakeDecoratingOnline is the biggest cake decorating tutorial site online. We have 250 hours of tutorials and 2 new videos each month. We teach hundreds of students every month to decorate cakes in various styles. We have 6 different teachers teaching on our site and now the videos will be featured on Udemy!

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