Sunday, October 26, 2008

Miniature Tarts

Making food miniatures can be quite addictive! ;) Let's try some rose tarts this time since my fruit canes are not ready yet. I wanted to give this a sweet and luxurious feel.

I love making the white cream. Some miniaturists have tools that are able to squeeze out cream like the real thing but such tools are very rare and expensive in Singapore, so I made do with an eyebrow tweezer (!).

The ones with tiny beads went quite smoothly, but I must have overestimated myself in making the roses. Making a miniature rose is really VERY VERY hard! It is even harder using air dry clay since the clay dries up quickly upon contact with air. I managed to do 6 decent-looking roses after repeated attempts.

I'm happy with the finished product and am waiting for it to dry before putting it up on my Etsy shop ( or Ebay. I welcome pre-order/custom order - please email

Friday, October 24, 2008

Miniature Breakfast and Bread

My new creation - miniature American breakfast set!

Fluffy egg + 2 sausages + a croissant + a glass of orange juice (yes! with ice cubes!) + a slice of watermelon for a balanced diet. *lol* :) Even comes with miniature cutlery.

The breakfast preparatory set below is new but I have decided to put it here! Available at etsy.

To purchase, please email
The items are listed on my Etsy shop at
Do check out other items I'm selling at Etsy too!

Saturday, October 18, 2008

Miniature Donuts

It is hard to find food miniatures in Singapore, other than the Japanese Re-ment or Megahouse collections. I collect Re-ment items too, especially their cake series but I find that their miniatures are getting bigger and bigger! Maybe I should showcase some of my secret items from Re-ment later. :)

Now that I have some time, I decided to make more miniatures myself. Making miniatures can be very time consuming and requires a lot of patience. Most importantly, it can be very expensive! Imagine this: to make one small strawberry, you need to buy one pack of clay, a big tube of red and green paint each, some lacquer... the list can grow! After careful planning, I decided to get some pastel colours for my donut project.

I also made some coloured sprinkles and "sugar" to coat the donuts. There you go - a plate of sweet donuts, made from air dry clay! How do you like them?

You may purchase from my Etsy shop or just drop me an email at If you like other flavours like chocolate donuts, I take custom order too! It will take about 1-2 weeks, depending on the quantity of donuts.

Friday, October 10, 2008

Miniature Ice Cream (II)

The new series of ice cream is finally here!

Each of these miniatures is individually handmade. The ice creams are made of clay and placed in real glass! Superb details - just check out the crushed nuts and small bits of sliced fruits in some of them. Some also come with a waffle biscuit.

The height of the tallest ice cream you see here is only about 1.5" (3.8cm) tall, up to the tip of the cherry stalk.

Each is priced at US$3 (SGD4.20). I accept Paypal for overseas order. You may also purchase from - just drop me an email ( to list the ice creams you want if it is not there. For purchase in Singapore, local pick-up of item is available to save you on postage costs.

Custom order welcome, for example I can help you set up an ice cream display shelf/cabinet or decorate on the base of a photoframe. Good gift for the coming yuletide season!

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Thanks for looking! I think I am going to "bake" some bread and donuts next....