Saturday, March 6, 2010

Show and Tell Monday ~ 1:12 scale profiterole towers

After the last 1:12 scale profiterole towers was sold a while ago, I haven't had chance to make another. I finally manage to make another new one, and this time, I made some taro flavoured ones. Brown, purple, pink and creamy white makes a nice combination I think! With such a colourful combination, I kept the decorations simple by just adding some fruit slices decoration. Hope you like it!

Available now at my etsy shop:

Next week is the miniature talk! I'm just tying up loose ends here, cleaning up my slides, write up, that really should be it.


the sassy beach said...

Wow it gets better and better I love your posts nice work!
Have a great week.
hugs sassy gail of

Mary Patterson said...

Oh my! They look good enough to eat ... so very realistic. Your work is totally amazing. Congrats!
Mary Patterson
Mary's Cottage Treasures

Carolee Crafts said...

Beautiful as always. Good luck with your talk, know you will be fine, just remember to breathe, something I am inclined to forget when doing a talk, nerves....

Patricia said...

very pretty colors, just the right accents with the fruit slices. Looks perfect and good enough to eat! Nice work,
Patricia Rose-A Potpourri of Fabric, Fragrance and Findings

Lisa said...

Pei Li

As always a feast for the eyes.

Love it!

Vera said...

Looks yummy! I shouldn't be amazed at your work by now, but each time I am! Just too cute.


Tedi said...

Pei, As you know, I think everything you do is mouthwateringly amazing! Just beautiful... really.
Hugs, Tedi

carolineAlexander said...

I don't know how you do it. You pay attention to the finest details, wonderful!

Ascension said...

Que maravilla de trabajo, enhorabuena.
besitos ascension

Marie said...

Pei Li,
Just when I think you have done something amazing, you go ahead and top yourself. This one is fantastic.

RachK said...

This looks fabulous! Good luck with the talk.

gail said...

Hi Pei Li.. Your work is beautiful. I love the colors of this new piece. I always look forward to seeing what is new each week.
(()) gail