Welcome to All Prospective Class Instructors,

We’re excited to see your class submissions for the 36th Annual San Diego Cake Show, March 15-17th 2019. Classes will be held on Friday, Saturday & Sunday. Mini classes will be held Saturday & Sunday.

Obviously, our students mean a lot to us and we want them to be happy. In an effort to continue to make our Show bigger & better than ever we sent out surveys and have compiled our previous students’ feedback as to what they would like to see & learn at The Show. So please consider the following information as you consider what class or classes you plan to submit.

Here is what they shared with us.
We asked what type of class would they prefer to see at The Show…
Hands-On Decoration Technique (learning a specific technique) classes won out over Hands-on Project classes (complete entire project to take home), Demo classes, Kids classes, & Business classes. Although, as we all know cool project classes do draw them in, or at the very least cool class pictures.

We asked what medium would you like to see more classes offered in at The Show?
Of course, the overwhelming response was cake, but that was followed by cookie, then cupcake, and chocolate.

We asked what technique, skill, or method would you most like to learn… and left it as a fill in the answer type question, so that they had to type their own response . Here are the responses…
Buttercream-from basics to more intermediate and advanced buttercream techniques, large scale sculpted/3D cakes & internal structures, cookie decorating, advanced fondant techniques for wedding cakes, Bean paste flowers and/or Macrame, cocoa painting, Fondant-sculpting realistic figures, toppers, & faces, realistic gumpaste flowers-both wired and non-wired, isomalt , Chocolate, ice carving , fruit carving, isomalt modeling, painting with buttercream or painted cake, piping techniques for buttercream & royal icing techniques (lambeth, stringwork, etc), tempering & creating chocolate art, wafer flowers

We asked about class cost at The Show…
We had quite a bit of feedback about class costs. Students would like to see some more classes priced in the $80-150 range. So, if you have a great class – hands on or demo- in that range please submit it.

You can aim your classes at kids, beginners, intermediate or professional students. As a large group of our ticket buyers is the general public one of our biggest class draws is if they – the general public & beginners- feel like they can take the class.

Mini Classes
If you wish to submit a mini class, please keep these things in mind as you consider what you would like to submit. We are looking for classes that are 45 minutes to 1 hour long. Targeted at beginners, the general public or moms who wants to make something cool. Or kid friendly classes that parents/grandparents can take with them.

A lot of mini classes sell the day of to those attending The Show. We are trying something new this year and launching all classes at the same time. We like to keep the mini class prices low to attract the general public, kids & beginners demographic. We ask that you try to keep it under $25 per student for these classes. We cap the class at 20 to 24 students. This year we will accept some mini classes as demos.

Thank you for submitting your classes, we look forward to reviewing all the amazing submissions.

San Diego Cake Show Committee.

Mini Class Submission Form

Submit your mini class for possible addition to the 36th Annual San Diego Cake Show Mini Class Offerings. Please note ALL fields are required for ALL class submissions except the social media links at the bottom.  If you are planning to submit more than one class it’s a good idea to have your bio information, social media links, and other identical information in another document so that you can copy and paste it, instead of typing it multiple times.

Submission deadline is September 30, 2018.

  • Enter Short/Concise Attention Grabbing Mini Class Title
  • Enter Mini Class Price in US $ (San Diego Cake Show fee will be in addition to this price)
  • Select the mini class length that best fits. Please note that you will not be able to exceed your time frame.
  • Upload picture of finished mini class project. Remember students are very visual when selecting classes, good lighting and project staging matters. 1 Picture required with up to 4 project pictures allowed. Max file size 10 MB each. Pictures that are 1200 x 1200px display best. Only .jpg & .png files will be accepted.
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  • Enter an engaging and detailed mini class description. If your mini class is selected this is the description your potential students will see when deciding to purchase your mini class or not. Please try to be as clear, concise, and descriptive as you can and remember typos matter!
  • What skill level should the student be at to take this class?
  • Will instructor and/or students need electricity to complete the mini class project.
  • Select any special equipment needed in classroom.
  • Upload the head shot you would like used to promote your class(s). Max file size 10MB. Only .jpg & .png files will be accepted.
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  • Enter a Blurb about what makes you such a great instructor choice.
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Tickets and Classes for the 2019 Show will be available in November Dismiss