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The most important thing you can do is to invest in your skill – not necessarily money-wise, but time-wise. The old adage that “practice makes perfect,” most certainly applies to this business. I started out taking Wilton classes and have continued my learning process through DVDs, YouTube, in-classroom lessons and trial and error – especially trial and error!
Cake decorating is a great business because it unleashes your inner artist, but it’s not as glamorous as they make it look on television. Once you make it a business, you will experience late nights baking, stressful decorating projects, nerve-wrecking deliveries, deadlines, etc. etc. In the end, though, it’s like childbirth, you forget all the pain you went through and simply LOVE your creation.
Best of luck and practice, practice, practice!
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