The Sugarcraft Lounge
The Sugarcraft Lounge is a private Facebook group with exclusive access for all British Sugarcraft Guild members.
• Enjoy online demonstrations
• Post photos
• Ask for help
• Cake chat with fellow members
• Find resources
It’s easy to join The Sugarcraft Lounge!
Simply request access from your Facebook profile and answer the entry question with your BSG membership number (the number written on your current member’s card). Your membership card is issued either at your Local Branch or from the BSG Office if you join/renew in the BSG Online Store.
Click play to enjoy a short highlights video from the full 90-minute figure modelling tutorial presented by multi-award-winning sugarcrafter, tutor and author, Rhianydd Webb.
Rhianydd dropped into The Sugarcraft Lounge back in June. Demonstrating live, she showed us how to create the delightful ‘Faie the Fairie’.
You can view more video highlights on the BSG YouTube Channel
Here’s a selection of photos from other ‘Live in the Lounge’ online video tutorials over recent months. We’ve covered a whole host of cake decorating techniques, from Iris Folding to Figure Modelling, via Sugar Flowers and Cocoa Painting…
There are always lots of new skills, ideas and handy hints & tips to learn from our team of expert demonstrators.
In addition to the live video tutorials, BSG members can share photos, ask for help and advice, plus find recipes and other resources posted in The Sugarcraft Lounge.
This gallery shows just a very small selection of cake photos that some of our talented members have shared with the group. All skill levels are always welcomed.
Why don’t you join them in
The Sugarcraft Lounge?
* FAQ. Why are the online demonstrations removed after 2 weeks?
A. It is not our intention to build a library of online tutorials. Demonstrators continue to visit branches around the UK where they aren’t recorded – members watch the demo and go home. It is a concession that we are allowed to record them for ‘Live in the Lounge’. We hope that members will be inspired and encouraged to visit their local branch for the full ‘live in-person’ social experience wherever possible.