oooooooooh....I'm so excited to see this! Thanks for all of your wonderful tutorials.
I also purchased the instructions on your "female character" a few months ago. It was brilliant and your explanations with the photos was so helpful. I've recommended it to everyone!
Thank you so much for doing that tutorial. It's wonderful to see you at work and sharing it with us.
Will definately have to try doing that teddy bear.
Thank you again
Wow! You make it look so easy. Thank you so much for sharing your tutorial. You rock!!
Thank you so much Lorraine!!!!
Lorraine - I just took a look at your photos and wow are they great! I may need to pm you in the next week as I am doing a groom's cake with an ocean wave theme that has a groom's standing on a surf board with the bride in his arms and a little girl hanging onto the coat tails of the groom. Your little people and animals are amazing!
I just loved the teddybear. Thanks for sharing.
I just looked at your photos, wow! The farmer's cake with the collies and sheep and the darling highland cow is my favorite, though I think the tiling cake is fantastic and very original. I have to ask please, what do you use as the glue for your figures? Thanks!
I swear I'm like a kid on Christmas morning everytime I see you have posted a new video! Thank you for sharing so much with us! I have learned so much from just being able to watch you work. I finally had the guts to do my first fondant figures on my son's 5th birthday cake last week, and I credit my new found confidence to you!
Thank you for the great tutorial.
Thanks a bunch!! I'm going to try it right now!
I have to ask please, what do you use as the glue for your figures? Thanks!
Thank you loads everyone. Anya....your little boys cake is absolutely outstanding!! Amazing work.
For glue, I mix a quarter teaspoon of CMC powder...that is Tylose or Tylopur to 2 tablespoons of warm water and leave it in the fridge overnight. It never looks like it is going to blend but in the morning you will have a perfectly clear glue which should be a syrupy consistency. If it is too thick, just add a little water and stir it with a cocktail stick (toothpick?) and there's your glue. Keep it in a little jar with a good fitting lid and change your glue weekly. Keep it in the fridge when you're not using it.
Thanks for sharing your work with us once again.....your so amazing!
Thank you ever so much!
Lorraine, I'm like Anya, when I see you have done something new to share with us, it brightens my day. I hope you know how much pleasure your work gives us all & how much we appreciate you sharing with us. For those of you who have not bought any of Lorraine's tutorials, get them, they are incredible.
Thanks so much !! Love it !! You make it look so easy !
I LURVE that little guy! Thanks for sharing these tutorials with us, it's so kind of you.