If you’ve always wondered how to achieve super-smooth icing or how to make pretty sugar flowers for your cakes, then a Squires Kitchen Sugarcraft course is for you.
At Squires Kitchen we have been teaching the art of sugarcraft for nearly 30 years. When you join us, you will learn all the skills and techniques you need to further your hobby, profession or passion. We have courses suitable for everyone from the beginner to the advanced sugarcrafter. Classes are taught by our team of talented tutors who include best-selling author and modelling expert Carlos Lischetti, the world-famous Eddie Spence MBE, leading sugar florist Alan Dunn, and popular sugarcraft expert and SK Head Tutor Paddi Clark.
Perfect Wedding Cakes & Favours
Whether the bride-to-be wants a traditional tiered cake or bespoke cookies as her wedding favours, we’ll teach you the skills you need to provide a professional and elegant finish.
With a range of courses which are perfect to help you hone your baking and decorating skills, you will learn from the best in the business and will go home with the confidence to create.
Foundation Master Certificate
Gain the skills and experience needed to be able to work with the sugarcrafter’s key areas - sugarpaste, royal icing, modelling and sugar flowers.
Squires Kitchen International School offers students the opportunity to work towards their Foundation Master Certificate in Sugarcraft, either on our 6-day intensive course or at your leisure by taking our 1- and 2- day Foundation courses as and when you choose.
Master Certificate courses
Beautiful sugar flowers
Create sugar flowers that will look stunning on any celebration cake.
Whether you’re new to the art of sugar flowers and want to learn simple techniques to create beautiful sprays or want to tackle something a little more complex we have a course for you.
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