This wasn't all that recent but I have been doing some mini-ing.
I made a miniature angel cake out of polymer clay, it's about 2cm long
A little duck, it can be used in a bathroom too. I made 2 because the first one got squished under the camera when I was videoing a tutorial of how to make it. I don't know why but I cooked the squashed too. You can see both of them sitting happily next to each other...(they weren't cooked yet, so that's' why they look a little moist.)
Toothbrushes and toothpaste....
And a handul of miniature tomatoes and a giant mini bunch of bananas, very cute!
Here are some christmas presents I made for my friends:
I made these out of polymer clay for my friend Joony's birthday:
Now for a tutorial....
How to make a miniature paperweight!
(this is completely from my brain though I seen 1 or 2 tutorials similar to this.)
You will need...
Clear glue, sharp scissors, laminated or photographed pattern or picture, craft knife or permanent fine liner pen and a transparent nugget - mine came with a jewelry craft set but you can use a plastic bumper like how it it was done over at My Small Obsession http://www.mysmallobsession.com/paperweightproject.html
1. Place the nugget on the pattern/ picture and draw or scratch out the shape of the nugget
2. Cut it out very carefully...
3. Put a very small amount of glue on the plastic and place the nugget on top of it very gently
4. Leave it to dry and when you will come back it will be ready to be put into a scene!
Finished! That was incredibly easy, I like to keep things simple. You can create loads by using different patterns and colours to make a neat collection!
See you soon! xox
(P.S. if you have been looking at the photos and thinking 'oh my, what skinny long fingers you have!', well your'e perfectly right. I have very big, long and skinny hands, do take note I play the cello, clarinet and piano. Sometimes if I stare at my hands for too long, they look really weird and alieny, it's strange, I always end prodding my hands to see what they're made of...yeah weird huh - you should try it yourself.....)