Miniature Food - Filled Table

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    It looks like a birthday table :)

    handmade by myself in 1:12 dollhouse scale.

    All the food is made of polymer clay.

    Titania Complementos, Rosinha Biscuit, and 18 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. L♥valizious 30 months ago | reply

      Oooooh Stéphanie!! I'm in awe! You're making me beyond happy, I feel like the luckiest girl in the world :D *happy dance*

    2. Peach Blossom Hill 30 months ago | reply

      Fabulously scrumptious!

    3. lunerin 30 months ago | reply

      cute as always, and hey! look who i found in NY Times! You are quoted here, Steph! :)

    4. PetitPlat - Stephanie Kilgast 30 months ago | reply

      yup I know! Incredible right? It's too bad they didn't use one of my pictures, but hey, it was so incredible to be interviewed by the NYT :)


      I hope you'll love it in real too :D

    5. lunerin 30 months ago | reply

      when i read your name, i thought... hmmm, this name sounds familiar... hmmm... i remember you mostly as petit plat. :P
      And, yep that is so cool to be featured in NY Times! congratz again

    6. Rainbow Mermaid 27 months ago | reply

      Hi Stephanie :) How are you? I hope 2012 is starting off well for you.
      Do you create your cake sponge texture using a pin? I always forget to do it on my mini cakes!

    7. PetitPlat - Stephanie Kilgast 27 months ago | reply

      Jo, very well, thanks :)
      Yup I use a pin ^^ do think about it! it makes a huge difference!

    8. Rainbow Mermaid 27 months ago | reply

      I just made an apple cake for a friend and I remembered to do the cake texture, yay! I used a toothpick and I'm very pleased with it. I will upload a photo later if you'd like to see. It's no way near as good as your magical work, of course :)

    9. PetitPlat - Stephanie Kilgast 27 months ago | reply

      tag me so I won't forget to see it ^^

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