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Small Cakes, Big Business
Small Cakes, Big Business
Chrissie Boon
Learn how to make an affordable collection of original cake designs for satisfied customers who keep coming back — and bring their friends!
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Create profitable designs that meet budgets and exceed expectations. Learn to decorate and price cakes that turn clients into repeat customers.
Chrissie Boon
Chrissie Boon
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Turn prospective clients into satisfied customers. Learn business strategies and decorating techniques as you build your skills and a compelling cake portfolio.
Chrissie Boon
Chrissie Boon
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Learn industry secrets and practical techniques that will set your cakes and your business apart from the rest! Small business owner Kara Andretta shows you how.
Kara Andretta
Kara Andretta

Join the discussion! While your instructor may choose to chime in, this space is intended as a maker-to-maker forum.

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