Author: MoTipton

Making Dollhouse Miniature Ice Cream

Some people search their whole lives for the meaning of life; I, however, have been on a tireless quest for the perfect miniature ice cream scoop–to each their own. The texture of scooped ice cream is tricky to achieve in polymer clay, and I’ve tried using various tools to recreate it without much luck. Today, […]

Making American and Italian Miniature Foods

For the past week and or so, I’ve been sculpting miniature foods for a custom order consisting of a tiny menu of American summer foods and another menu of Italian warm weather eats. Today, I want to give you a tour of both, so make sure you’ve had something to eat before you scroll any […]

A Rainbow of Miniature Mixers

The paint has dried, and it’s time to introduce you to the new lineup of colorful little stand mixers (and one hand mixer!). Inspired by spring, I went for a rainbow of hues, and you can add these pieces to your collection by clicking on the color names below. They tend to sell out quickly, […]

New Kitchen Accessories and a Colorful Project

I have a selection of brand new kitchen accessories in my shop to help you complete your miniature food scenes, from jadeite canisters, a wooden cutting board, miniature cake servers, mixing bowl sets, and kitchen wrap. I’ve also restocked many sold out items, such as lazy susans, loaf pans, measuring spoons, cookie sheets, and more. […]

Stand Mixers in Summer Colors and Other Miniatures

I wouldn’t be surprised if dollhouse miniature stand mixers eventually have their own black market. These pieces are frequently out of stock with all of my suppliers, and when I do get my hands on them, they sell like hot cakes. This week’s supply shipment contained a whopping four stand mixers, so I reserved one […]

Sandwich Earrings and More New Pieces

I’ve been working on food jewelry pieces this week, along with one preparation board, and I have some pictures to share with you! First off, I needed to restock some staples, so I made a pair of cheeseburger earrings and a pair of peanut butter and jelly earrings. I was still feeling the sandwich vibe, […]

Dollhouse Miniature Summer Foods

Last week, I asked my Facebook fans which foods I should include in my dollhouse miniature summer party, and today, I want to give you a little behind-the-scenes peek at the making of these tiny foods. Shall we? You can’t have a summer party without ice cream, so I made tiny ice cream sandwiches, creating […]

Learning How to Flock

If you’ve been reading my blog from Day One (thank you, first of all!), you may remember my plan to create little mouse dolls, and all of the ups and downs that ensued as I tried to figure out the best way to make them. I experimented with making them entirely of polymer clay, air […]

New Food Jewelry (Say Hello to Mr. Gnome)

The food jewelry section of my shop has been a little neglected lately, so I spent some time this week restocking a handful pieces, as well as making new items that I’d love to show you. First off, I made a woodland cookie necklace with a green-clad gnome, a yellow daisy, and a green matcha […]

Studio Peek: Lots of Miniature Food

I’ve just finished a large custom order, and I hope you’re not hungry because I have lots of tasty pictures for you. I also finished a pizza earring custom order last week: As well as an order for hand-painted stand mixers: I’ll be restocking food jewelry pieces in my shop this week, so stay tuned […]

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