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Friday, February 28, 2014

Cheese Board and Easter Prep Board in 1:3 scale

Cheese and crackers for Saige

I also made a 1:3 scale Italian Easter bread prep scene for a special customer.

New thin mint girl scout cookies 1:3 scale

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Nom nom nom!

It's snowing again! I think it was a little too early to bring out the Easter I bring you some cookie monster cupcakes. I hear he has become the veggie monster since it's a healthier option.
1:3 scale

Sunday, February 23, 2014

Easter Baking

Easter baking prep scene 1:12 scale
cupcakes and Italian Easter bread

Easter basket, hot cross buns, Italian Easter breads

 And of course I had to spoil my little Saige with some Easter treats in 1:3 scale

 Italian Easter bread

bunny cupcakes

peeps cupcakes

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Snow Day!

Saige is enjoying her snow day with some snacks and candies!

Monday, February 10, 2014

Hobbit Pantry Update

I've added more foods and pots to the pantry. I still need to make the back shelves and the circular entrance.

I recently purchased a meat hanger on ebay, so hopefully I will get that set up this week!

The commissioner of this project (my husband) is not too impressed with the progress, but hopefully I will finish it before the next Hobbit movie :-)

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Girl Scout Cookie Hair Bow

Look at what Brittany did with the girl scout cookies! So cute!! Only if I was a little younger...

You can find her listing here

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Almost Mini

I made some almost life-size thin mints and samoas (1 1/2" in diameter) for a custom order. This was my first not-so-miniature work and I am just grateful to be making miniatures. I think 1:3 scale will be my limit for now. Luckily they look real enough since my husband was about to take a bite-sorry!

I also saw some s'mores kisses cookies on pinterest and decided to make them in 1:3 scale.

Banoffee pie and Apple pie in 1:3 scale

NY cheesecake in 1:3 scale
My dolls are greedy and a sliver of cheesecake will not cut it- that explains the huge slice :-)