Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Dollhouse Miniatures 1:12 Scale Pain Au Chocolat

I started making some dollhouse miniatures Pain au chocolat lately. But the truth is, I have not eaten one in a long time even thought it is a favourite food of mine.
I don't pass by the french bakery often and even the Japanese bakery don't make them as well. I guess that's why.

I always like to eat mine hot and warm from the oven, how about you? Even if I leave them overnight, I would toast them the next morning before I eat them.

It was my first time making these 1:12 scale Pain Au Chocolat, but am loving them! It was fun to make and I am seldom hungry while making dollhouse miniatures food, but this one made me yearn for a real one! So when I finished making them, I said that I would get a real one to treat myself.



Pain au chocolat on my finger

I am able to make them in other sizes too, so if you are interested, just contact me! :)







15 comments:

  1. We were just discussing the other day what the best things to eat in Paris were.....my son-in-law said that he loved the pastry thingies with the chocolate inside....I totally agree!!
    Your pain au chocolat in miniature also look good enough to eat!!

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  2. Thank you Linda! Yes they are just so delicious!!

    Happy 2012 to you!!

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  3. I love chocolate crossant!! Looks so yummy!

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  4. Your pains au chocolat are perfect.
    Geneviève

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  5. Love it!! Have been eating a couple in the last days;) Yours looks so real:)

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  6. Thank you Christel. It is sooo delicious now that I think of it again. I think I need to get it again sometime soon. :)

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  7. Delicious! I love this cacke.
    Bye Faby

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  8. What a coincidence. I made mini pain au chocolat too. But I only did ONE so far. I eat them at Starbucks. It's good enough for me!

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  9. Love your MINIS... I'm your newest follower, I'd live to invite you over to visit and follow me when you have time... thanks for sharing... xoso Sandy

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  10. I'm wondering if you can make those into earrings? I would love to purchase a set like that. They are SO cute!!

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  12. Very cute!
    I love those warm as well, we always pop them in the oven for a couple of minutes (we do the same for the croissants)

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  13. I just came upon your site & I am so massively impressed. Your work is so amazingly perfect that it takes my breath away!!! I am very interested in making dollhouse miniatures & I have dabbled in it, but since having my son now 13 months old, I have put it on hold for a bit. I just love looking at your works though, you are incredibly talented :)

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