cake decoration classes in bangalore, cupcake decor

Vegan cake decoration



Basic Fondant Cupcake Deco. Classes
Please find the details for the cupcake class
Time : 10:00 am -1:00 pm
Rate : 3,500/-
Techniques taught :
1) Demo on making of veg fondant .
2) Demo on how to make eggless cupcakes(recipe for cupcakes with eggs will be provided in the recipe booklet)
3) How to color fondant
4) Covering cupcakes with fondant
5) Using Embossing Folder
6) Using Stencils
7) Color with Lustre dusts
8) Using Moulds
9) Making rose without cutter
10) Making Carnation(made with ready made gumpaste)
11) Making ribbon roses
Take home 8 self decorated cupcakes Recipe booklet (cupcake , fondant and buttercream recipe)

A workshop on Saree Tassels with Crochet

Basic OR Advanced level

 Date : September 3rd & 4th

Timings – 10.00am to 2.00pm

Fee – Rs1,500 for 2 days

 Raw materials will be provided.
Tickets Available :


candle making

Have you wondered how beautiful scented candles are made or enjoy their presence in your home ?? Moreover this festive season bring that warmth n light in your homes with the glow of your very own handcrafted candles along with the satisfaction happiness of knowing that you made it All By yourself !!
Learn to create Your very own interesting aromatic candles in this Scent-sational Meehrrs candlemaking workshop over the weekend. In this Real hands-on interactive workshop we learn all about this very unique Candlemaking art with Rameet (Candlemaking artist of Meehrr handcrafted candles)

In this Scent-sational workshop we shall make :-

1)Yummylicious Sundae candle
2)Cappuccino candle
3)Floating star candle
4)Ice candle

Date :- 4th sep (Sunday)
Time:- 11am-2pm
Venue:- Bloom n grow (koramangala)
Workshop fees # ₹1900/-


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Class size is limited so fills up fast. To avoid dissapointments block your seat now by sms or call on 9342818593 or email



how to make a dreamcatcher

Dream a dream with Dreamcatchers

Content of the workshop –
A short introduction to Dreamcatchers
– Meaning, origin, materials that are/were used, patterns and mandalas and placement of dream catchers

Age group – 10 years plus

Fee – Rs 500/- only

Tickets Available:

Dreamcatcher kit will include the following:-
– Hoop
– Wool
– Beads
– Fevicol
– Nylon thread
– Feathers
– Scissors

We learn to weave a dreamcatcher by listening to beautiful meditative music and feel the essence of making a dream catcher.

About Arteisch – Native Americans chased bad dreams away from their babies with these elegant rings. I weave them to keep the good dreams in. In 2013, my hands learned to weave as well as paint. I applied the same elements of design in weaving dreamcatchers. My dreamcatchers are a smorgasbord of tiny to huge hoops, contemporary patterns and palettes. Most of my work is inspired by exploring places, people and their cultures. This drift is about learning and unlearning, to imagine and to create.




Sospeso Workshop

Sospeso is a creative 3D art and craft form. This wonderful art involves heating and shaping flat patterns, and designing them into beautiful 3D art pieces. It is almost magical to see a small piece of plastic turn into a beautiful piece of art, right in your hands. This amazing technique was created and patented by an Italian decorator and is popularly used by artists world over.

Take part in this fabulous workshop, to learn the unique and innovative craft form. Together, we will use this art to create a wall clock – what’s in store, look up the pictures attached.

This experience is sure to set you off on a new hobby, that is new and very different from anything else out there which you can then use to create other dazzling and attractive art pieces like coasters, key holders, photo frames and many more…

Workshop details:
Age Group: 15+
Seats available : 8
Material: All provided for, you just need you to be there!

Take Home: A wonderful self-created wall clock

Date – September 3, 2016

Timing – 10am – 2.30pm

Charges: Rs. 2.000/- participant

Interested? – Contact Vijaya @ 93420 38119


textile printing, paper printing

Fabric and paper printing workshop


Date – Septemeber 22nd and 23rd, 2016.
Learn the complete process of screen printing & print your own t-shirts, saris, bed linens, gift wraps, coasters,gift bags, envelopes, visiting cards & much more.
A 2 day course at Bloom & Grow, Koramangala from 10 am to 4 pm.
The course includes:
Meshing the screen
Making the stencil
Photo emulsion process
DIY exposing box
Multi-screen printing
Multi- colour printing
Seamless printing
Printing on fabric
Printing on paper
& much more.
Fee for the course is ₹5,500 which is inclusive of all material & a kit worth ₹2,000 & a life long access to 500+ designs for you to get started.
To Register, call/msg 9845520213
Natural dyeing and block printing
Date : September 24th, 2016
Nature is full of colours, colours so beautiful and captivating that men from early times have tried to capture its ephemeral beauty to decorate themselves and their homes as colour seem to speak the very language of the soul.
Art of traditional block printing on to cotton cloth is thought to have existed in India for over 4500 years. Evidence of the Indian craftsman’s unsurpassed skill with printed and dyed cotton cloth appears through out the history. They used complex techniques to achieve desired patterns, and they changed from place to place depending on the weather conditions and materials available. Each pattern, motif meant something and spoke of their identity.
The five hour workshop will introduce you to the basics of hand block printing and dyeing using natural materials available around you.It will cover the following :
– Understanding natural dyes and its properties
– Understanding block printing practices in India
– Identifying locally available materials
– Preparing the fabric for dyeing and mordanting
– Practice dyeing using two local materials
– How to extract colours and how to use them as dye and colour paste
– Techniques of block printing, practice printing and printing on scarf to take home
– Post treatment of fabric
You will be introduced to the locally available ingredients that can be used for dyeing at the workshop. We will be making samples using two ingredients Manjista and Katachu. Also you will get to carry Annato seeds and Palash flowers to try at home
You will take home printed scarf and dyed fabric samples along with a ready to start beginner kit.
Fee – Rs 3,000/- including all materials.
Lunch break of half an hour. Pls carry lunch or you can walk over for a bite from the many restaurants closeby.
Artist: Prajna Rajanna of MOTIFS OF THE EARTH

Art Journal workshop with Shilpa

Date: September 25th, 2016

Art journal

Art journalling workshop

Art Journal is expressing yourself through your art.

An art journal can be a record of your daily thoughts, a travel journal, an exercise or diet diary, a dream journal, a place where you jot down your goals or to-do lists, or… well, almost any record that you’d like to keep in a book or notebook.
They become “art journals” when you add any kind of illustration or embellishment to the pages.
These pages share ideas and tips for creating and keeping your own illustrated journal.

In this workshop, you will learn about different art journal surfaces, techniques like stamping, stenciling, collage, making layers, using embellishments.. and many more.

Date: 25th September, 2016
Time: 9.30am to 1pm
Venue: Bloom and Grow Studio, Koramangala, Bangalore
Fees: RS.2,000/-

You need to bring:
2 Scissors- 1small and 1 big,
Tissue paper pack.
Colour palette
Craft heat tool or hair dryer (must’ve)
Synthetic brushes – (Any one that you have)
flat brushes size 8 and 11,
round brush size 8
pot/cup to hold water
Waste cloth

Other materials will be provided
All skill levels can join in.

Everyone will take home their 2 beautiful Art Journal page.

Mosaic Workshop by Whisperinng glass

mosaic workshop

Mosaic workshop in bangalore

Mosaic is the art of creating images with an assemblage of small pieces of coloured glass, tile, stone or other materials. It is a technique of decorative art or interior decoration.

Come learn and have fun creating a Mosaic Art Piece for your home along with a new skill.

In this beginner workshop you will be taught the creative process of designing, nipping, assembling glasspieces and grouting to make your own 8×8 glass mosaic.

Workshop details:
Date : Sunday, September 25th, 2016
Timing : 10:00am – 2.00pm
Venue : Bloom n Grow, Koramangala
Fee : Rs. 2,050/- per participant

About the artist – Whispering glass by Deepikka Sharma
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Class size is limited. Please block your seat now by sms or call on 9686183001 or email