LIT Christmas Class Replay with Jennifer Reese


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Sugar Medium: 
  • Cake

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In this class, you’ll wow everyone with this interactive light-up Neon cake! Jennifer will be teaching the ins and outs of this special effects cake, featuring a trendy neon light facade with a ridiculously cool hipster llama and a Christmas tree. She’ll be covering in detail how to plan your project, building simple and complex lightboxes, paneling a square cake, applying edible snow and making isomalt light bulbs.

You’ll learn:

  • How to plan your Neon project
  • Special Effects – Simple and more Complex versions
  • Fondant Paneling a Square Cake
  • Poured Isomlat Sugar
  • Templates
  • Tricks and tips and so much more!

Jennifer Reese

Good Gosh Ganache
Jennifer Reese is the sugar artist and pastry chef behind Good Gosh Ganache. She strives to bring unique perspective and fresh ideas to her designs and loves to push the boundaries of her craft. Her bold works of art have been published in both print and online publications, including American Cake Decorating, Cake Masters, Cake Central, Modern Luxury Brides, The B Collective Magazine, Scary Mommy, and POPSUGAR. Her artistic journey began in graphic design and computer animation at Texas A&M University, and then flourished after receiving an Elite Diploma de Patisserie from the Culinary Institute Le Notre. She learned quickly that successful artistry requires imagination, and worked hard to build her brand around a creative approach to cake design. She has a strong competitive drive and an avid appreciation for collaboration with and learning from other artists in her craft. Working in her studio, teaching in the classroom and at home with her family, she is blessed to be able to share her creative passion with those around her.