Monday, February 13, 2012

Mouthwatering Miniatures

I did a little baking last night but unfortunately, none of it is safe to eat. This is my first attempt at polymer clay miniature food. I am self-taught from youtube videos, various online tutorials and just plain trial and error. I have always had a fascination with miniatures; the detail in something so small is just so remarkable to me! 




These cinnamon buns didn't come out that well but I thought I would include them anyways.


I apologize for the blurry pictures on these but my camera isn't that great at close ups!


I think these chocolate chip cookies are my favorite baked item of the night. They look so real!


If you don't have a dollhouse, no worries, you can still make these! You can attach a magnet on the back and stick it to your fridge, you can put a jump ring in it and turn it into a charm or pendant or you can glue it onto a ring. The possibilities are endless! Let me know if you are interested in a step by step tutorial.

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11 comments:

  1. OMG!! Those are so real looking! You even have air holes in the bread! And the coloring is amazing! Awesome job!

    I used to play with polymer clay too...the only thing I did well were roses...like everyone else at the time.LOL
    *hugs*deb

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    1. Thanks for the sweet comment! I have never done roses or flowers before but I will probably attempt it sooner or later!

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  2. Lindsey these are breathtaking, You have wonderful talent, I would love to be able to do this, I am not that crafty, but I am going to check out how these are done.

    Thanks for sharing :-) Again these are beautiful.

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    1. Thanks Pamela! They are really not the difficult; the hardest part is the fact that they are so small!

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  3. Oh my gosh! I could hardly believe these were miniatures - so glad you put coins next to them for perspective. You do have amazing talent, Lindsey. Thanks so much for sharing it with us.

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    1. Thanks! They were a lot of fun to make! :)

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  4. I love the bread loaf! I'm a total bread fiend, so of course I would, right? :) I'm following from the Linky Party.

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    1. lol I LOVE bread too! Thanks for the follow! :)

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  5. Yes, I'd love a tutorial, please! xo Jennifer

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  6. I would love a tutorial on the bread especially!

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