What you get
- 10 full HD video lessons of more than 3 class hours.
- Can be accessed from everywhere on all devices.
- Can be watched as many times as you want for life time.
- Very detailed instructions in close-ups on new techniques to treat wafer paper to make it so soft & pliable in all silky smooth colors either light or dark in a very quick, simple & easy way without any alcohol involved and applications of wafer paper in making realistic David Austin roses & Red Charm peonies.
- Full detail material worksheets.
- Quick responses from the instructor.
- Continuous support to resolve any single technical issue arising.
After the first courses in wafer paper flowers and wedding cake textures, Jessica got so many compliments on her clever skills in treating wafer paper and making pretty edibles out of this brittle medium. Her students near & far also asked for new classes in more wafer paper classes. Their concern is always her inspirations & this course has been designed for you all who always love her works & support her.
You will learn something very new but simple to treat wafer paper to make it so receptive to veining work which creates very life-like details on the flower petals & leaves. She will show you how to color wafer paper to achieve very smooth colors, either dark or light -her “speciality” in making wafer paper flowers that you might not see from others.
You will also learn all flower techniques to create beautiful David Austin roses & Red Charm peonies in her own styles.
Join her & enjoy the class!
- Lessons 12
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 340
- Assessments Yes
- Lesson 1: Choice of wafer paper
- Lesson 2: Making wafer paper glue & Conditioning wafer paper petal samples
- Lesson 3: A checklist of successful tips
- Lesson 4: Wafer paper trouble shooting
- Lesson 5: Making a Red Charm peony (Part 1): Structuring the flower, coloring & making the center layers
- Lesson 6: Making a Red Charm peony (Part 2): Making the outer layers
- Lesson 7: Making a Red Charm peony (Part 3): Making, dusting & glazing peony calyx & leaves; assembling work
- Lesson 8: Making a vibrant yellow David Austin rose (Part 1): Structuring the flower, coloring & making the center layers
- Lesson 9: Making a vibrant yellow David Austin rose (Part 2): Making the cupped layers
- Lesson 10: Making a vibrant yellow David Austin rose (Part 3): Making the open layers
- Lesson 11: Making a vibrant yellow David Austin rose (Part 4): Making, dusting & glazing rose calyx & leaves; dusting the rose &assembling work.
- Course materials
How different is this course from the
“realistic wafer paper class”
The new course has 2 new flowers with smooth coloring techniques using an adapted conditioner compared to the other one.
Is d conditioner same as d same as was taught in realistic wafer flowers class???
It is different to treat wafer paper in all weather conditions.
When this video ready ? thanks jess
The videos will be published in early February, 2020.
Hi. Please will you teach the wafer paper flowers from scratch or just the finishing
From scratch: conditioning, veining,shaping,assembling,dusting, glazing….everything!
Hi Jess, is it necessary/recommended to purchase and complete the “Wafer paper Realistic Flowers” & ” Wafer Paper Creative Textures” before doing this? 🙂
They are not designed according to levels of skills,but the new course “wafer paper flowers with silky smooth colors” includes more complex flowers. You can take any at your interest.
Hello Jess, can wafer paper flowers be refrigerated? If yes, for how long and do you have any tips to properly do it?
Yes they can be stored in the fridge. But wafer paper flowers are very strong in normal room temperature regardless how humid the weather is, so I recommend storing them in normal room temperature in a box with tightly closed lid if you want to make many for later orders. Just remember to let them dry completely before stocking into a box.
Anyway that’s ok to put them in the fridge in case you display them on a (buttercream/ganache) cake for few days before delivering. They will not collapse in the fridge but may become a bit more fragile outside the fridge.
No need to store them in the fridge for a long time because in normal room temperature they stay in good condition.