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Saturday, May 12, 2012

Oyster platter and plants

I made a new oyster platter (this time everything is attached) to bring to my parents. The orange in the middle is the cocktail sauce on an empty shell (saw them do this at a restaurant!).

I also made other kind of plants to display in my new shop (which I still cannot make up my mind-donut? bakery? candy?).

Have a great weekend!


  1. Se ven tan reales, esas ostras enhorabuena.
    M encantan tus plantas.
    besitos ascension

  2. Hi..thanks for visiting my blog..glad that you did cos now i can pop into yours. I've never come across a miniature artist and your creations are so cute and adorable. they are so tiny. is it difficult to do? very intresting..shall be following you.

  3. Great job. I like your plants.
    Bye Faby

  4. Las ostras están biuenísimas y los cactus preciosos. Besos

  5. I love the succulents! We have them all around the house. I also did a Cinco de Mayo tribute, but my attempt at making food is limited to ,oranges, lemons and limes!

  6. Las ostras están casi para comérselas pero esas plantas son reales.

  7. Hello from Spain: congratulations on your oyster platter. Looks like a real-planted. I love the seafood. In my country is very expensive. They are also beautiful plants. Keep in touch.

  8. So real!!!! The oyster platter is crazy real! The oysters inside, the shells, the delicate and translucent lemon slices and the hot sauce in the middle, and the "ice" oh wonderful!

    Jackie :D

  9. Oh wow!!! The oysters and plants look very real, well done dear.