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Lovell Recreation District, Community Education, and BOCES
P.O. Box 596
502 Hampshire Avenue
Lovell, WY 82431

Phone (307) 548-6466
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Cake Deco#1 Spring has Sprung

Session 1

April 18 (Th) 6:00 – 9:00 pm

Cake Decorating Fun: #1 Spring has Sprung


Celebrate Spring or Easter with a beautiful, colorful cake or darling lamb cupcakes that you make yourself.

Everyone will be so impressed. Evelyn Carter, of Evy’s Creative Cakes, will teach you how to frost &

decorate a cake or a dozen lamb cupcakes (children’s favorite), or both.


COST: $35           

DATE: April 18 (Th)  2 - 2 1/2 hours (depending on class size) 

For $10 more, Evelyn will bake your cakes for you, or 1 dozen cupcakes.

This class is for ages 13 and up.

 Class size is limited so register early.


Bring 2, 8 or 9 inch round cake layers that have been

baked, taken out of the pans, cooled completely, then covered.

(Instructions on that are at the bottom, under ‘HINTS’.)

AND / OR a dozen cupcakes

Bring 1 plate to put your cake on

Bring 1 Wilton cake decorating kit - found online, at any hobby store, or Walmart.

Bring a small off-set metal spatula

(that’s the one that is about 8 inches long & has a bend in it. It is not flat.)

A turn table would be helpful, but not necessary.


Buttercream icing in different colors

Marshmallows & fondant for lambs

 YOU WILL LEARN: how to level a cake, how to make buttercream icing, how to crumb coat & ice a cake,

how to make the icing smooth on the cake, how to use icing tips and make decorations, how to make buttercream

roses, how to make fondant cut-out flowers & butterflies, how to make a lovely border that makes your cakes

look like you bought them, and Evelyn’s special tips & tricks for buttercream icing


HINTS: To successfully remove cake from pans, when cakes are finished baking, remove from oven to

cooling racks and cool on racks for about 8 minutes. Do not allow cakes to cool in pans for more than

10 minutes or they may tear taking them out. Gently shake pans to loosen edges and invert cake into your hand. 

Then gently turn cake back over onto rack, flat side down and continue to let cool. When completely cool, cover

with plastic wrap. You can return wrapped cake to cleaned pan to cover.

If you bring your own tools, please have them marked.

A cooled cake (in fridge) makes them easier to handle, but that is after it is out of the pan.

Program Details
Days of the Week:
6:00 - 9:00 pm
Starting Date: Apr 18
Ending Date: Apr 18
Fees & Registration
Fee: $35.00
Deadline: Apr 11