About Me

I am an active Wilton Method Instructor at Michael's in Federal Way and Tukwila, WA. I created this blog to showcase my students' work, during and after their classes with me. It's a wonderful medium to share and exchange ideas expressed in cakes. Please feel free to share the pictures with your friends and relatives. We would love to receive your comments about these wonderful creations. Enjoy! If you have any questions, send me an email to: sweetnessinseattle@yahoo.com

Friday, April 24, 2009


Note the class schedule for May 2009. The current promotion is 40% off class fee. In addition, use the bounce back coupon that I'm giving you on your last day to get an additional $5 off the fees.

COURSE 1 (Discover Cake Decorating) - MAY 6, 2009 (WEDNESDAY) - 6:30 - 8:30 pm

COURSE 2 (Flowers and Borders) - MAY 7, 2009 (THURSDAY) - 6:30 - 8:30 pm

COURSE 3 (Fondant and Tiered Cakes)- MAY 5, 2009 (TUESDAY) - 6:30 - 8:30 pm

COURSE 4 (Fondant & Gumpaste) - MAY 8, 2009 (FRIDAY) - 6:30 - 8:30 pm

Classes held at Michael's in Federal Way, WA

Course 1 Second Day - Clowns, Cupcakes and more

The class learned clowns, figures, and swirl flowers this week. All these have been represented on cupcakes and here they are...

Monday, April 20, 2009

Cake projects

I want to share pictures of cakes made by my youngest student (she's 9) who's now in my Course 2. According to her mom, she's been wanting to take cake decorating classes for a long time and she's excited that she's doing them now with her mom. Just goes to show that age doesn't matter especially in cake decorating, right Madison? So when she's not decorating a cake for class project, she's making cakes at home to practice. And I always say that practice makes perfect. Madison, you provide inspiration to the adults who think they can't do it. So keep up the good work. Check these out...

Thursday, April 16, 2009

April 2009 - Course 1 - Second Day

Hello everyone. Here are the pictures of the cakes you've made for Course 1 Second day. This is the group where we bring together people with different cake decorating experiences/levels. It includes those who've been baking for some time, and those who are just starting. They take the class either to take their skills to the next level, or just for refresher. I always tell my class to take pictures of cakes they make. This way, you can see the progression of your skills. At the same time, it gives you a chance to inform the public what kind of cake you made recently, and the cakes you've made thus far. It also helps inspire those who don't believe in themselves. Look at the cakes from Course 1 April 2009.