Celebrate Fall with these gorgeous floral cupcakes! These edible bouquets are filled with warm colors and hand-piped flowers that truly draw upon the charm of the season. They will be the perfect treats to make for all your Fall gatherings!


In this class you will learn how to:

- Use a variety tools specific to making this design

- Create warm shades of buttercream

- Properly prepare and use a piping bag

- Use different tips to pipe various flowers

- Complete the design with fillers and foliage


The class is filled with step-by-step video instruction and everything is pre-recorded so you can learn at your own pace. You will also get unlimited access so you can watch whenever you want and revisit it as many times as you need. So join me to create this beautiful set of Fall cupcakes! 


(This is a project-based class focused only on decorating techniques. You may use any cake and buttercream recipe you wish. If you are interested in my recipes, please visit my Recipes course.)

Course curriculum

  • 1
    Welcome!
    • Class Introduction
    • What You'll Learn
  • 2
    Pre-Class Prep
    • Cupcakes
    • Buttercream
    • Recipe Course
  • 3
    Tools
    • Tool List
    • Tools
  • 4
    Coloring
    • What You'll Need
    • Intro
    • Golden Yellow
    • Dark Orange
    • Light Orange
    • Burgundy
    • Pink
    • Moss Green
    • Brown
    • Color Recap
  • 5
    Piping Bag Assembly
    • What You’ll Need
    • Tools
    • Preparing the Bags
    • Filling the Bags
  • 6
    Flat Flowers
    • What You’ll Need
    • Sunflower
    • Sunflower Continued
    • Camellia
    • Camellia Continued
    • Flat Flowers Recap
  • 7
    Dimensional Flowers
    • What You’ll Need
    • Intro
    • Burgundy Roses
    • Pink Roses
    • Chrysanthemum
    • Chrysanthemum Continued
    • Bud
    • Dimensional Flower Recap
  • 8
    Arrangement
    • What You’ll Need
    • Intro
    • Arranging Flowers (Part 1)
    • Arranging Flowers (Part 2)
    • Arrangement Recap
  • 9
    Class Recap
    • Congratulations!
    • Show Off Your Cupcakes!
    • Other Classes You May Enjoy
    • Thank you!

Features

  • Pre-recorded Videos

    Cake decorating is a visually dimensional skill. To best experience this art form, this class is taught through a series of videos. This will help communicate the angles, speed and pressure necessary to create this design.

  • Self-paced Learning

    Everyone has different levels of experience and comfort when it comes to piping, so being able to absorb information at your own pace is important to learning well. Review tutorials and watch videos as many times as you want, at the speed you want, across all devices.

  • Facebook Group Community

    Every class has built-in discussion capabilities, making it easy to interact with the instructor and fellow students. Ask questions, share ideas and inspire one another as you take this course

Instructor

  • Liz Shim

    Liz Shim

    Liz Shim, owner and head designer of Eat Cake Be Merry, discovered that she loved creating edible art when she was first taught how to make sugar flowers as a teenager. She was absolutely amazed at how a simple piece of gumpaste can be transformed into a beautiful rose. After graduating from the University of Michigan, Liz moved to San Francisco where she attended the California Culinary Academy. There she cultivated her passion for cakes and graduated the LeCordon Bleu program with highest honors in baking and pastry arts. Then, she flew across the country to New York City to hone her skills with some of the finest cake designers in the industry. In 2009, Liz started Eat Cake Be Merry and spent a decade making custom cakes for NYC clients. In 2019, Eat Cake Be Merry relocated to Houston, TX. Liz has appeared on television shows, has her works published in books and has been featured in numerous nationwide magazines such as People, Money, Brides, The Knot and Better Home and Gardens. She has been named one of Martha Stewart's Top Pastry Pros in America and has been awarded multiple times for the Best Wedding Cakes in America by Brides Magazine, as well as Best of Weddings by The Knot. She is also the instructor of three online Craftsy classes and teaches workshops worldwide.