1:4 scale choc chip cookies. commissioned items.
1:4 scale chocolates. part of the same commish.
same breads but taken in better lighting. i haven't yet painted the other batch. real life keeps butting in, i'll try and complete them tomorrow. having a bit of problems figuring out what colours to use though. the breads in Singapore (the ones most commonly seen) tend to be more ochre-ish than brown. wonder why. i think it might have something to do with it looking prettier? or just coincidental due to type of flour used?
re-printed the striped liners, and made them in various shades.
boring personal entry below, you can skip it XD
ran to a few places today after a nice afternoon out with my aunt. we went to a food fair, but there wasn't really much special there, so we wound up having lunch at a japanese restaurant.
headed over to Funan (an IT mall in SG) but couldn't find what i wanted, and got trapped in a stationary store. XD i really love stickers, have loved them since i was a kid. the papers are for....what else, cupcake liners. they're thinner than what i'm currently using, so i don't know if my customers would be able to handle the flimsiness, but oh~~~ 50 COLOURS!!!! XD
and lots of ribbons too. approx 1.5-3mm wide...i taught myself how to tie bows, with minimal wastage! i guess if you wanna learn how to you've gotta check out some youtube vids or summat, it's kinda complicated and you need like, 4 arms. OK I JEST but yea it's really fiddly working at such small scales.
and the microbeads are FINALLY HERE OMG T_T i waited SOOOOO long for these! finally i can make the cookies i've been holding back on!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
k. got stuff to do. and it's late. and i'm exhausted.
Cookieeeeess - yummmm!!! They look so real and so does the bread! Ooooh, the little chocolates are so cool!! Your cupcake papers turned out perfect too. How the heck did you tie such a tiny little bow!!!! I've tried before and about had a fit before I finally gave up and just glued together a fake bow, which of course didn't look as nice, lol.ReplyDelete
P.S. I read the boring personal part anyway - it wasn't THAT boring, LOL.
Those cookies look good enough to eat!
I could NEVER tie the tiny bow and so I finally bought a bunch of them from Daiso. I don't know what I am going to do if they ever close! lolReplyDelete
Your cookies are too real. Please add a sign that says "Hazardous to the Hungry".
I know that stationery shop well. I walk past Finan almost everyday (its near my office) and sometimes go in to the shop but not buying much. I didn't know they sell microbeads though :):). Again, I bought mine from Daiso.
haha Kristy, yea it's so hard to tie the tiny bows! i don't care if a cheat method is used, i would use it too if it meant taking a shorter time to make it ;PReplyDelete
thanks Fairywhiz ^ ^ i think that's the best compliment one could receive!
Sans, you KNOW i'm a HuUUGE fan of Daiso! i didn't know daiso carried microbeads :O i got mine online, from seller 'morezmore'. it took a really long time for the postal service to deliver it, seems like most of my orders are suffering some postal lethargy of late :( maybe after the mad new year/christmas rush, the postpeople are tired! XD