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Sangeeta Shah

Sangeeta Shah

Female |Waterloo, Canada

Free Tutorials - July - Making a daisy in Gum paste/Cold Porcelain

10 Jul

2010 03:00 PM (CST)

This class ran for 125 minutes

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About the class

About the class

This webinar is hosted in English

Our 1st "FREE" Live Demo class,

•Learn how to make a daisy from either gum paste or cold porcelain
•Anyone keen to learn my techniques of flower making are welcome to join this demo
•The demo is offered for free for you to take it with ease from your home. No traveling at all!

Introduction to the gum paste medium and cold porcelain will be covered in this demo. This demo has been designed for students with no or little experience in making flowers out of the mentioned mediums.

The topics that will be covered in this class include introduction to the mediums,tools used, making the center, making the flower & leaves.

About the Host

Sangeeta Shah

Sangeeta Shah

Waterloo, Canada

Sangeeta Shah has been continually exploring and mastering the art of sugar craft and cold porcelain for over 12 years. Having moved extensively to different countries all her life, Sangeeta has now settled in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada with her husband and two children.

She has a passion for teaching and discovering new techniques in sugar artistry. Her portfolio consists of numerous flowers and figurines and sculptures, many of which have brought home awards.

Sangeeta started teaching the art form in the Middle East in the early years following encouragement from one of her instructors. She participated in and demonstrated at various club events for which she gained notice from the local newspapers. In addition to having taught classes, she is currently in the process of developing her own instructional DVD's for various projects. A valued CSSA (Canadian Society Of Sugar Artistry)member and an ICES (International Cake Exploration Societé) member living in Waterloo, Ontario, she avidly participates in various ICES Conventions, and has also been noticed by the local news company in Toronto for her breath taking 'birdhouse' cake for which she was also awarded 1st prize at an annual cake competition hosted by CSSA in 2009.

In 2010, Sangeeta brought home the People's Choice Award for her Indian inspired and magnificently detailed wedding cake at the same annual cake competition.

In addition to satiating her passion for sugar artistry and cold porcelain, she continually keeps herself busy with other forms of arts and craft.

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