Win A Year’s Premium Membership to Paul Bradford Sugarcraft School!

I consider myself a competent baker and making your average cake is not too much trouble for me, but when it comes to cake decorating, this is the area I struggle in! I can pipe buttercream on a cupcake and drizzle chocolate on some brownies in my sleep, but when faced a with a block of fondant I freeze. Thankfully, there are lots of amazing and talented people out there to lead the way through the wonderful world of sugarcraft, and one of them is the Paul Bradford Sugarcraft School.

So, if you’re looking to hone your sugarcraft skills, learn new tricks and designs,
or start from scratch, it’s a great place to go to for detailed
tutorials and expert advice.

Paul has had a long career in the food industry. From working in a bakery, to starting his own cake business and then eventually setting up his cake decorating school. He’s made cakes for celebrities like the Bee Gees and even royalty too!

The Sugarcraft School is based in Edinburgh, but for those of us that can’t make it up to Scotland he also runs online decorating courses which you can take from the comfort of your own kitchen.

The Paul Bradford Sugarcraft School have kindly offered me a year’s premium membership to their online cake decorating school (worth over £95) to give away to one lucky reader! All you have to do is use the Rafflecopter at the end of this post to enter for your chance to win.

Premium Membership includes:

  • Over 150 Free Lessons
  • Step by Step video tutorials for all levels
  • Tuition from Paul Bradford
  • 306 Cake Decorating Courses
  • New detailed course every week
  • No contract, cancel anytime
  • Access to private PBSS Members Facebook Group
  • 15% discount on your first Cake-Stuff.com order

For more information on the membership and FAQs, check out their website by clicking here.

 

NB. I have not received any products or compensation for this post, all opinions are my own

 

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