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Sunday, May 26, 2013

Meats, Eats, and Treats

Some of my fellow bloggers have asked me to show some of the foods I have made in the past. I hesitate because I know I need to practice more using polymerclay.  I put polymer clay food making down for a while. Now, I think I will pick it up again due to the encouragement I have been getting. I still need practice, practice practice!

Oh, and I couldn't find the meat I made. When I  find it I promise to share. Hey, whats that smell! (Is that rotting clay meat?)
My dolls better not bite into the cookies.They are about three years old! The two  dishes in the background hold candy. These came out really cute back then. I will definately remake some.
This breakfast food was made and shot last summer.



dollhouse grits diners
I really liked the way these looked, but close ups didn't do them justice.
 I will try again soon.


Some of the cookies have gone missing. I will use these for my houses.




Here is a little something I made a few days ago. Ice cream sandwiches!
Click on pictures for a larger view

19 comments :

  1. Hello from Spain: yme like your food creations. Your food is very real. I like ice cream biscuits and sausage. Great job. Keep in touch

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    1. Marta,
      Thank you! You are very encouraging.

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  2. Yay! I'm happy that you finally posted them. Your dolls look quite happy with their food.

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    1. Vanessa,
      It took a little encouragement from you and a few others. :-)

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  3. Hello Grandmommy,
    In the pictures the food looks very well made and quite realistic. I just love the rbeakfast...but now I am in the mood for ice cream sandwiches!
    I am happy you are going back to making mini food because I think you have a strong talent for it.
    Big hug,
    Giac

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    1. GIAC, I know I can always count on you to make me feel like I can do...whatever!
      You will now see more food coming from me! :-)
      Major hugs!

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  4. The dolls are very choosy! =)
    To me, the photos show beautiful and realistic food.

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    1. Eliana,
      Thanks so much! Maybe next time I will put more flavor in them. LOL

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  5. Those ice cream sandwiches look so delicious!

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    1. Lucille,
      Thank you! I made what I like to eat. lol

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  6. Great job on the food! Your food looks real and edible! I am puzzled you think you need "more" practice...why? These look great!

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    1. Georgia Girl,
      Thank you so much. I see such wonderfully skilled work out there and I am humbled to work harder.

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  7. Welcome to my blog, A faitytale come true. There by I found your blog. You make some very exciting minis. See you soon.
    Hugs
    Wyrna

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  8. Wyrna,
    Thanks so much! I hope I keep exciting you in the future!

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  9. Looks good - not sure you need any more practice, unless those dollies want more variety (you know how demanding dollies are). Got a chuckle from "what's that smell - rotting clay meat?" Ha-ha!

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  10. Roville,
    Thanks. Your words are kind. I see so many beautiful clay foods I aspire to be better.
    You are right about those demanding dollies. ahahaha. Glad you got a chuckle! :-)

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  11. hello Grandmommy, You did an excellent job on the food and I am always excited to see what you are doing. Keep up the good work. Jean

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    1. Jean,
      Thanks! My dolly, just hearing what you have done last gets me excited and going.

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    2. My dolly friend is what I meant to type lol.

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It is fun hearing from all of you!