A couple weeks ago we featured necklaces with scented miniature food pendants and now we’ve found the perfect rings to match. Danvers, MA-based artist Casey the Crafter uses polymer clay to make each of these realistic and beautifully detailed food-themed rings by hand. In addition to rings, she also sculpts wonderful standalone pieces, which are perfect for dollhouses or simply as kawaii collectibles.
Check out CaseysMiniShop on Etsy to view more of her marvelous miniature creations.
I am still in awe that such an incredibly talented sculptor wanted to sculpt ME… Mark Dennis “Madsculptor” is inconceivably talented. Watching this come together has really been a privilege.
I made this shelves with cardboard and wooden sticks to display my miniatures! I’m going to create a tiny bakery and this is the first console I made. I’ll have to make more cakes too! Anyways this is gonna be a fun project to make~
So, this one of those cases where I almost went by it because I didn’t realize it was a miniature at first.
Cupcake küpelerin kremalarını hazırlarken :)
1:12 Koi in handmade pots. Koi fish are made from polymer clay and the water is made from resin. Pots were made by Alex Meiklejohn.
I know you all are probably sick of koi fish by now, but I made these pots for my miniature show this past weekend and I just had to post them. I really love how Alex’s pottery and when I first saw the large planter pots, I knew I’d have to use them for my koi pieces. :)
All but the two koi in the small bowl are available still. I’ll have them up in my Etsy shop tomorrow, as well as all the other items from my show.
The show went pretty well. I set up my room box displays for the first time and I’m finally happy with my display! I just need to add some steps to it and it will be 100% done! Now I just have to worry about my convention set up.
Doll of Katherine Howard, based on the Holbein miniature.