Try Something New at The Wilton School

January 19th, 2011 by Sandy Folsom

Looking to do something new and learn something different? Have you always wondered if you were naturally creative or if someone inspired you, you could be creative? The Wilton School has provided excellence in cake decorating and has inspired creativity for over 80 years.

Try Something New at The Wilton School In November, a student from Austria attended our 1-day class in Fondant for the Holidays. We looked at her and said, “Austria?!” We have never had a student from Austria – she made the 96th country that has attended the school. We are always excited about newcomers and former students alike. Previous students think of us as continuing their education and furthering their cake decorating skills. Of course, anyone traveling from abroad and afar is curious about what we have to offer.

The Master Course remains our most popular. The Master Course builds a solid foundation to either “NEW” cake decorators or those who want to perfect their skills. We offer at least 13 Master Classes a year, including a 4 consecutive weekend and bilingual class too. Try Something New at The Wilton School

Keeping up with today’s trends, you will find an Advanced Sugar Artistry Class that will take you over the top teaching you artistic balance in a contemporary fashion, utilizing spun, piped and blown sugar. Then adding what you have learned in sugar to a 2-tier fondant cake, making you top decorator in your league.

Try Something New at The Wilton School Anyone who has taken a class from Laurie Bradach will understand why her NEW Showpiece Class will be more than phenomenal! You will be learning advanced blowing techniques to create birds, fish and fruit. And who knows, with Laurie’s attitude of “think freely and creatively,” there may be more.

For those of you who need to work on “REAL” cakes whether in buttercream or fondant, decorate with royal or gum paste, you need to check those 3-day workshop classes for additional information.

Try Something New at The Wilton School
A favorite on our staff is Colette Peters with her NEW class, Sculpt A Cake. Her topsy, turvy look will delight your family and friends with this delightful teapot design.

There is still more at the Wilton School. If you are a seasoned decorator and want to dabble in chocolate, we can turn you into a chocoholic with our Chocolate Inspirations classes. Need to perfect your baking skills? We have 1-day or 3-day baking workshop classes. You won’t be disappointed, sign up early because these fill up fast.

Discover something extraordinary, learn to create 3-dimensional floral designs with clear gelatin turning the gelatin into exquisite works of art.

Who could resist turning fondant pieces into adorable dimensional figures with personalities whether it is for a birthday, holiday or a special occasion. The fondant modeling class will be a hard choice to pass up.

You can either sign up online with your registration fee, or call Marie at 1-800-772-7111, ext. 2888 for further information regarding any classes at the Wilton School.

Can’t wait to see you.

Sandy Folsom Sandy is the Director of the The Wilton School. Sandy has been teaching professional cake decorating classes for over 25 years, 18 of those with Wilton. Internationally, she has shared her expertise with well-known professionals and enthusiastic students in Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and Taiwan. Folsom had the opportunity to work side by side for 10 years with Wesley Wilton, the youngest son of Dewey McKinley Wilton, founder of Wilton Industries. Sandy's students describe her as "patient, fun and a great instructor."

18 Replies

  1. Ria Nieuwoudt says:

    I would SO MUCH want to attend the classes! Is there no other way for our people in South Africa?

  2. Sandy Folsom says:

    The Wilton Master Course has been taught in several countries, but not South Africa. I just finished a course in Lisbon, Portugal and we have 1 scheduled in Amsterdam for April 4-14. Possibly that would be a little closer. You can check our website for the contact person in the Netherlands, if that is more convenient for you. Looking forward to meeting you.

  3. C says:

    Is there any chance you might offer these shorter classes (such as the 1 day project courses) elsewhere in certain major Canadian cities? Unfortunately the Wilton headquarter location is too far for me to get to for a 1 day course. If it were a bit closer to home, even a 3-4 hour drive to a major Canadian city, I would be interested in taking some of your courses.

  4. Chris says:

    Just attended a “fondant covered cake” class run by Laurel Cohen. It used the Wilton methods and fondant. It was so much fun and so easy to make a great looking cake. I was so happy with it, I posted it on my blog. I hope to experiment more in the coming weeks.

  5. Tracy says:

    I’m sold. I’m signed up for the weekend masters class to start feb 13. I want to know if classes were canceled because of the weather how and when would we students be notified.

  6. Tracy says:

    Sandy,

    I just completed the weekend master course this past Sunday. OMG it was fantastic. Debbie and Lorena were fabulous. I learned so much. I really recommend the master course to anyone who is interested. I will be a returning student for other courses. Thanks so much for these great instructors.

    Tracy

  7. Sandy Folsom says:

    I am so glad to hear that you will be returning. Both instrctors teach other courses. Lorena will be teaching the Artistic Gelatin Class on Sat., March 12. Turning plain gelatin into a display of flowers, unbelieveable, but she will show you how easy it is. Or, Intro To Fondant Modeling in the afternoons after the Master’s, March 21-25, working with fondant and modeling into cute little figures. Lorena also teaches baking classes, check those out because there is a 3-day workshop April 27-29. Debbie will be teaching a Fondant & GP working with real cakes May 2-4. So there definitely is more in store for you now that you have finished the Master Course. Hope to see you soon!

  8. Tracy says:

    Are there any classes offered that cover figure piping?

  9. Burcu says:

    Hi, do u have a schedule of master course in other countries in europe for the rest of 2012? İ really want to apply this course, i m living in turkey

    Thank u

    Burcu

    • Sinem says:

      Merhaba Burcu,

      Umarim bu yazim sana ulasiyordur. Ben Belcika’da yasiyorum ve ozellikle 2012-2013 doneminde Avrupa’da yapilacak Wilton master kurslari ile ilgileniyorum. Bilgi paylasimi yapabiliriz diye Emailimi gonderiyorum. sinemdemokan10@gmail.com Yazarsan sevinirim :)

  10. Arno says:

    Hi, I am also very interested in the master course in Europe – it would be great to save the $900 flight to chicago!

    Thank you!

    Arno

  11. Sinem says:

    Hello Sandy,

    I was wondering if you already have a schedule for Wilton Master courses which held in Europe. I live close to Netherlands and i’m interested in the master courses for 2012-2013 season. Any information would be appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Sinem

  12. Hello Sandy,

    I also live in the Netherlands and woud like to take part in the Wilton master course. Is there any chance that in 2012/2013 a new course is taking place.
    I woud like to have further information.

    Thanks a lot,

    With kind regards,

    Tamara van de Pol

  13. Hi ! Im also interested to attend a Wilton Master course! Im from Austria Innsbruck please inform me if you having plan to come in Europe . Thank u !

  14. Nazem says:

    Hello Sandy,

    Do you still schedule Wilton Master courses in Europe? I live in Turkey.

  15. Sandy Folsom says:

    Currently there are no classes scheduled for Europe. We would love if you would come to the NEW Wilton School in Darien, Il. Check our facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/wiltonschool to see graduation pictures from Master’s and so much more.

  16. OSMAN says:

    Hi,

    I would like know about ıf there is any schedule course in Euope or Turkey. My wife wonder about course.

  17. avan tengra says:

    Am from india I want to attend the wilton school for short courses. Can u guide me.

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