Very cool! Thanks for sharing.
what is CMC for glue please? Thanks for this! Awesome!
Thank you for the tutorial, you did a great job!
Thank you, your instructions came just in time for a mermaid cake I am in the middle of putting together. I have awakened at night pondering how I was going to construct the wave effect I wanted, and this looks like it will be perfect. Thanks for allowing me to get some sleep tonight. (My best ideas seem to come to me when I'm awakened in the middle of a deep sleep. Caking = insomnia!)
Thank you Corline, you rock!! :)
I meant **Caroline** :oops:
Well ...holy cow...you have done a wonderful technique and your tutorial is clear and easy to follow. THANKS for posting this. It is very helpful and most generous of you.
Thank you so much for your tutorial.. Love this technique.! :)
Wonderful lesson clear and completely understandable thank you so very much for sharing<
I can only say that you are a genious!
carol i found u on central. browsing through central i recognised the cake. wow! that is the most beautiful cake.iona
Super tute! Well done.
Thank you :-)
This is awesome - thank you!
Thank you very much
Thanks Caroline, that is a wonderful technique a your instructions seem very easy to follow.
Awesome, can't wait to try.
Tanks for the tutorial great job
The waves are truly awesome! Could you do a tutorial also on how you got such great looking dolphins? Please?
Thank you for sharing your technique. Beautiful cake.
thank you so much this is beautiful thanks for sharing will certainly be handy for what i need
What a great idea! Very well explained - thank you
Thanks for sharing!! Would you mind sharing where you got that great comb? I've never seen one like it!
Thank you so much for sharing with your fellow cake crafters.
Awesome cake! I would also like to know what CMC is lol Thanks
Very nicely done!! CMC = carboxymethyl cellulose. It is an ingredient used in the making of gumpaste (in our world. It's in ice cream, toothpaste also). You've seen it under different brand names, but more likely as Tylose.
Thank you so much for sharing!
Thank you so much! Will be using your tutorial for my brother's cake.He loves to fish.
Thanks everyone for your lovely comments and you too DDiva for the CMC explanation. I can also confirm that my tools were bought from Debbie Brown but I have found a site that does the exact set so anyone interested can get it from creationsbyedith.com. Here's the link. http://www.creationsbyedith.com/index.php/cPath/222_258/sort/4a/page/2?osCsid=538cd54f486736f64b3ecd32c2e47d23
I love it. You are very ceative. Thank you for sharing.
...into my Favs for future use...Thank you for the tutorial...
what a awesome cake!!
Thanks so much for sharing this technique!!! Beautiful cake!!!
a picture is worth a thousand words. your technique came across like a light bulb going off. Great job. I see where I can use this in many applications. Thanks a million!! keep up the good work.
WOW LOVE THIS ! AMAZING IDEA TFS ,
Thank You!! You did a great job explaining how to make those beautiful waves. Can't wait to try to make some waves.lol
Stunning! Thanks for the tutorial! :)
Wow this is so amazing thanks for sharing.
Thank you...great idea, cute cake!
wow thanks for this!
fabulous tutorial, I'm dying to try this out!
Can't wait to try this out!!! Thanks!!
This is a fantastic effect! Very kind of you to share:)
thank you so much for you tutorials,cant wait to try
Such a great tutorial!! Can't wait to use this on my Noah's ark baby shower cake. The mother asked for dolphins since that's her favorite so we are putting two near the ark and wanted to make some waves.
Stunning cake! Great tutorial. Thank you!
What types of letter cutters are on this cake? I see them everywhere but cannot seem to find the cutters :(