Unicorn Mini Class
How to make a sugar Unicorn model.
Due to current guidelines, a few changes have been needed to ensure a fully ‘Covid Secure’ environment for all learners and staff. Please visit our Coronavirus Update page for up to date information on our new guidelines here prior to your new course starting date. We also want to make you aware of a new self-declaration form which needs to be filled out and submitted no later or earlier than 48 hours prior to your course starting. This is extremely important and your course place depends on us receiving this information in a timely manner. If for any reason you do not submit this form in time you will lose your course place and any entitlement to a refund. Please fill out the form here. Please be aware that if you answer any questions with a negative reply, we will request that a Covid test is to be taken prior to you taking in part in any class here at The CakeArt Studio. To be entitled to a complimentary class or transfer, a positive test result must be forwarded to us covering the scheduled date of the lesson missed. We look forward to welcoming you back to The Studio very soon! If you need any further help or guidance please contact us by email and we will provide as much support as possible. As you can imagine, this is a very busy time for us, so there might be a slight delay in receiving a reply.
Introducing our Unicorn Mini-Class, where we provide the tuition and use of basic equipment and you provide the materials. This ensures lower priced classes, expert tuition and support. Unlike online tutorials or Youtube ,here you get benefit fromf a personal tutor who can help and advice during the whole process.nNo more stop or rewind and trying to work things out for yourself. Anyone wishing to purchase materials from our sister company will receive student discount on our competitive prices.
250g white modelling paste (preferred Saracino), small heart cutter (optional), 6″ round board, edible glue, food colouring of choice plus 100g white modelling paste, disposable gloves or a variety of coloured Saracino, cocktail stick, grip seal bag, fine paint brush and black food colouring. Alternatively a black edible felt pen may be used and an apron.
This course is held in our new teaching facility The Studio. Free Car parking is available very nearby. We are situated within yards of the local bus station and taxi rank, with only a five-minute walk to Atherstone train station (with an hourly service seven-days-a-week to most locations including London and Crewe). Based in the heart of the Midlands Atherstone is on the main A5 national route and close to the M42 motorway, allowing easy access to Birmingham Airport. The Studio offers an informal relaxed atmosphere and as we only cater for small numbers, it ensures you will get a very close and personal teaching experience. Places are limited so book today to avoid disappointment! Don’t delay and miss out on this wonderful opportunity to attend a class with an award-winning college (Winner of best college two-years consecutively at Cake International).
At our school of excellence, we focus on providing quality run courses taught by our head of school, Lynda Gilbey, experienced and highly qualified tutor, approved by Knightsbridge PME and a Senior Salon Culinaire, Lead NISE and Judge for Cake International. At the CakeArt Studio you can be sure of an excellent service in a professional environment. Our class only caters for a maximum of eight students, ensuring you get individual attention in intimate friendly surroundings.