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Stretch Your Style: Designs for Any Client
Stretch Your Style: Designs for Any Client
Tracey Rothwell
Confidently create designs that complement any client's style or theme. Become a more versatile decorator as you make cute, steampunk, romantic and gothic cakes.
Curiously Similar
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Create three awe-inspiring cakes with simple tools and materials. Plus, learn an array of inspiring techniques you can use in any design.
Kristen Erich
Kristen Erich
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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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Master couture techniques for cake designs that inspire.
Lori  Hutchinson
Lori Hutchinson

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