Where did everything go?

I have done a bit of website house cleaning today. 

The information for private classes is currently down. While I adjust to my new job and all of it’s duties, ramp up for back to school and on top of that help my son successfully start his football season I have taken them down just to lessen my load. 

I have left up my information on Wilton classes at Joann Fabrics where I am now working as the Education Coordinator and Wilton Instructor.  I will be starting Wilton classes back up in November. Until then all classes shown are being taught my Malynda, the Wilton Instructor at that store location. 

Let me know if you have any questions. 

Confectionately yours, 

Carolyn 

Real Buttercream

Real Buttercream
This is for decorating and creates a medium consistency.
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Ingredients
  1. 1 cup Vegetable Shortening
  2. 1 cup (2 sticks) sweet cream butter
  3. 2 t. clear vanilla
  4. 2 lb. bag Powdered Sugar
  5. 1 T. Meringue Powder
  6. 4 T. heavy whipping cream
Instructions
  1. Combine all of your wet ingredients and the vegetable shortening and beat until combined.
  2. Place all of your dry ingredients into a bowl and mix together with the wet ingredients and beat it at medium speed for three minutes.
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Crusting Buttercream

Crusting Buttercream
This should come out as a thin recipe when using 1/2 cup milk. It will come out closer to a decorating consistency if using 1/3 cup.
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Ingredients
  1. 1/3 to 1/2 cup milk
  2. 2 to 3 Tbsp clear vanilla
  3. 1-1/3 cup Vegetable Shortening
  4. 3 tbsp powdered dream whip
  5. 2 lb powdered sugar
Instructions
  1. Place all of your wet ingredients and your vegetable shortening together and mix.
  2. Add the dry ingredients and mix until combined.
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Last Chance on Private Classes through Saturday night

Arrangements have been made and I will be starting with Joann Fabrics on Sunday August 16th.  

Once starting there I will be back to being “exclusive” on the classes I can teach for the foreseeable future.  Between now and Saturday at 11:59pm I am offering all two hour classes at $15.

I will provide the decorating supplies (bags, tips etc)  and you provide the edible items (cake/cookies and frosting) .  

You can take your class anytime before September 30th that works for both of us to meet up. 

I will also include a free gift (a 12 inch disposable bag filled with random goodies) for the first 20 registrations received. 

Thank you for your support over the years as my student at Michaels and I hope you are able to continue on with me during this new adventure. 

If you are in the Joann Fabric store starting Monday don’t forget to pop your head into the classroom (my new office and probably won’t be wandering far from it for awhile) and say hi.  I can always use the friendly face and a hug. 

Confectionately yours, 

Caroly n