Gerbera Flower Sugarcraft and Cupcake Decorating workshop

28 Apr

Monday 8th July and Monday 15th July 2013


with Gina Liston from Poppy’s Pantry

7.00 pm – 9.30pm (2 ½ hrs) at Brighton Road Baptist Church, Horsham





This workshop is ideal for those wanting to learn some basics of sugarcraft and how to use flower paste. Gina Liston from Poppy’s Pantry, based in Cowfold, makes the most wonderful creations and so is the perfect person to be running these workshops for us. Take a look at her website here and her facebook page here.

Gina will be bringing her professionally baked cupcakes and will be teaching us how to make some stunning floral edible decorations to top them using basic sugarcraft techniques. The focus will be on creating the intricate Gerbera flower using floral paste and then dusts are used to colour them to create a realistic effect. Each person will go home with their own creations of cupcakes in a gorgeous Poppy’s Pantry gift box.

Everything is included in the price of the workshop, we just ask if you can bring a few bits of basic equipment. This is a perfect workshop for total beginners as the places are limited to only 10 people.


Gerbera Flowers shown with Roses (not inc in this workshop)


Suitable : for all abilities

Place: limited to 10 places

Cost:  £18

You will need to bring:

–           An apron, medium sized mixing bowl, a large spoon and a spatula

We also have another Sugarcraft/ Cupcake Decorating workshop based on the theme of Alice in Wonderland on 13th May. More information is here.

Please email us at if you are interested and we can send you the booking form.



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