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Choose Between Two Options
- $40 for a Buttercream Basics class for one (an $85 value)
- $80 for a Buttercream Basics class for two (a $170 value)
In a two-hour hands-on class, professional decorators teach students introductory cake-decorating skills. Participants learn how to ice and top cakes with simple designs such as flowers, dots, and ribbons, and they take home their decorated confection and a toolkit after class. Cakes, icing, and supplies are provided; students are advised to bring an apron. Classes are currently scheduled for June 13, 19, 20, 26, and 27, with new classes added as demand dictates; visit Cincinnati Cake and Candy's schedule page for the most up-to-date times.
Cincinnati Cake and Candy Supplies
A cake-decorating teacher has transformed a former party cake store into Cincinnati Cake and Candy Supplies, which sells an extensive inventory of cake and cupcake supplies to both local and international clients. Besides building its stock of bakeware and decorations, the store also hosts classes on candy making and special courses for children or pie-fearing birds.
98% of 238 customers recommend
“The class was great, very informative. Will definitely do another class.”
“Such a fun class! Having never decorated before I was super nervous, but they made it easy and fun. Will definitely be back!”
“Great fun! They teach you many basic techniques that you can later build on. I've always made and decorated cakes for my family but this class showed me how to do it...”
“Great fun! They teach you many basic techniques that you can later build on. I've always made and decorated cakes for my family but this class showed me how to do it right, how to do it faster and with much better-looking results! I took my adult daughter here for her birthday and we both enjoyed it so much - we wanted to come home and make more cakes just so we could practice decorating them!”