Fun Fondant Zebra with Norm and Zane
Learn how to hand mold this adorable baby Zebra. You will start out by using rice treats for the bodies. Then you will learn how to assemble the body parts. Making eyes, Zane will show you two ways (1) cut outs, (2) painting. Painting the eyes is so important.
The adorable animals will look great for any occasions, baby shower, children's cakes, and so much more.
This is a great money maker! You will take home the step by step photo handouts for all three animals. The size of this Zebra is about the about the size of your fist.
Students Will Learn:
- using the right fondant without having any cracking
- hand molding the animals
- making eyes/what expressions to use - painting eyes
- supports for the animals
All supplies and equipment for this class are included in the price. All you need to do is show up ready to learn!
All class sales are final but may be transferred to another individual. If class minimum enrollment is not met with 24 hours prior to the start of class Little Bitts may cancel the class. Participants who have already paid will have the option of payment being returned in full or credit transferred to another class.
This class will be taught by Chef Norman and Chef Zane, who are co owners of Norm & Zane The Sweet Life LLC., a custom cakery in Annandale, Virginia. They are an award-winning Chocolatier, Pastry Chefs and they are famous for their White Chocolate Curl Cake, three-dimensional chocolate figurines, painting on cakes, high heel shoes, and jewelry all in sugar. This is just to name a few of their sugar tenants.
They are working with some major cake companies such as Sweet Art Galleries/Choco-PanTM, LucksTM, The Sugar ArtTM, The Swiss ColonyTM, and ClearViewMoldsTM in developing tools along with edible products.
They have demonstrated and taught at the Smithsonian in Washington DC, ICES Conventions all over the USA, Stratford College School of Culinary Arts, Canada, Dubai, Africa and many other events in the cake
world. They are often featured on many TV shows: Historic Tours and Recipes, Fox 5 News, Good Morning Washington, Channel 10 news, A & E TV, Dubai TV, they have competed in thirteen Food Network Challenges and four with TLC/ Discovery, The Cooking Channel, CMT network, and A & E TV. They also have been seen on the Oprah Show, Talk Soup, and Four Weddings.
Some of the cakes they have designed; were for: President Clinton, the Washington Post, Rosie O'Donnell, T. Boone Pickens, Patti Labelle, and Monte Durham with Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta this is just few of their high profile customers. They have been featured in many publications such as: Cakes & Sugarcraft, Cake Craft & Decoration, Food Art, The Washington Post, Washingto- nian, Pastry Art & Design Magazine, Edible Artists Network, People Magazine (A Cake From Every State where their cake was chosen to represent VA), and American Cake Decorating Magazine. Some of Norman’s titles bestowed to him are: ICES Hall of Fame inductee, Northern Cambria Hall of Fame Inductee, Pastry Chef, Certified Master Sugar Artist, Top Ten Cake Artist. Zane is also a Pastry Chef and was also named by Dessert Professional Magazine as one of the Top Ten Cake Artist of the USA.