Dollhouse Breads

 

 

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My recent Tea for Two.

This past week I focused more on dollhouse scale miniatures, as I am starting my first dollhouse build. I’m very excited to complete it (and share it with you all)… but I have to constantly remind myself to slow down and focus on all the tiny details!

Tiny details are the best parts after all.

I thought I would share some bread and scones I made to go with a tea set I had in my collection of supplies. Breads are always fun to do as they evoke such a homey, warm feeling.

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A poppyseed and cream cheese bagel necklace that I recently did

 

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Strawberry and cream scones…for a proper tea

I am also sharing the work of some of my favourite miniature artists. These are some of the best miniaturists I have come across!

The following photos are from the uber talented Satoshi Tanaka from Nunu’s House miniatures. Absolutely my favourite artist!

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Photo credit from Nunu’s House miniatures

 

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Just look at that amazing crust! Photo from Nunu’s photostream

There are also a couple of Singaporean artists I love to follow; Cindy Teh (Snowfern Clover) and Pei Li’s Dollhouse Miniatures.

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A perfect sandwich by Pei Li. Photo credit from her facebook page.

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Cindy Teh’s beautiful fluffy cake texture. I’d love to know just how she achieves it!          Photo credit from her Snowfern Clover facebook page.

Pei Li also makes gorgeous flowers and other non-food items. Cindy Teh’s sushi and fruits are beyond compare in my opinion. If you love miniatures and are looking for inspiration, check out these two ladies!

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7 thoughts on “Dollhouse Breads

  1. Oh my goodness! You’re bread is beautiful and adorable! You are so good at making miniatures! And the other artists’ works are also ASTOUNDING! How do they (and you) do that? Thanks for sharing! ♥

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    • well Allison, the other artists have super powers I think…other than that, it’s just about taking time.Working slowly and not being afraid to scrap it and start over. With polymer clay, rubbing alcohol and a soft brush will erase all kinds of textural or shading/colouring mistakes. I make lots of them 🙂 Thanks for the compliment!

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