There is a large variety of decorating classes offered to those interested. Some baking classes, for instance, include those for cake decorating, candy or cake pop making and cookie decorating, according to Cake Arts Supplies. Other options include interior design classes like those mentioned on the Penn Foster site and jewelry making, as is mentioned on the Michael's site.
Cake decorating classes run from basic skills such as icing a cake and piping on some borders to making intricate flowers and other designs. Candy and cake pop classes teach how to melt and mold chocolate, how to make fudge and learn to produce basic holiday goodies. Cookie decorating classes teach how to make sugar cookies and style them according to a theme, such as an upcoming holiday.
Interior design classes are often offered by colleges. These classes cover areas such as furniture selection, color themes, lighting and accessories. Students learn how to choose appropriate flooring for certain spaces, budget according to the client's needs and how to start an interior design business.
Craft stores offer a variety of classes, one of which is jewelry making. These classes teach the latest trends, how to use beading to create different pieces and techniques to use tools associated with jewelry creation.